Adrian Center for the Arts is a flourishing network of artists, offering opportunities to children, students, adults and professional artists to pursue art, a place for self-expression and development of craft, through classes, workshops and artist’s studio spaces. In a peaceful surrounding, the campus vibe is interconnected through a diverse collection of media separated by buildings but not by spirit.

 "Celestial Bodies" exhibit opens April 12  through May 21

More than 30 pieces from artists throughout the midwest will be exhibited in this show that pays tribute to the Adrian Center for the Arts property owners PlaneWave Instruments. PlaneWave is the leading global designer and manufacturer of high-end research telescopes. Thanks to all of the artists who applied for this show. Accepted artists will be notified in March. Also, thanks to juror Rachel Veramay, curator at the Ella Sharp Museum in Jackson, Michigan. Stay tuned here for further announcements regarding the show and public reception.

ACA Signature Side by Side 2021 Opens  March 1

 

Culmination of four months of work between area high school art students and ACA artists to explore, develop competency and enjoy the visual arts! This year's participants: ACA 2D Director Jill Shafer and Clinton HIgh student Karlee Szczanick; ACA Resident Artist Ceramic Sculptor Amy Philp and Adrian High student Olivia Berry; ACA resident clay artist Rita Coudron and Sand Creek High student Leah Gregg; ACA Clay Studio Director Laura VanCamp and Adrian High student Courtney Smiddy; ACA resident artist an oil painter Taina Mantey and Britton High student Carlie Logan;  ACA resident artist Catherine Royer and Onsted High student Joselyn Oechsle; ACA member and print artist Christina Humble and Tecumseh High student Ruby Miller; and ACA member and stained glass artist Linda Jacobs and Adrian High student Taylor Ries; Special thanks to Shelley Hickman for underwriting this signature ACA program! Additional thanks to Ron Frenzen for jurying this exhibit and offering great reflections for our hardworking students.

 

Gallery hours are Thursdays and Fridays, 1 - 4 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. or by appointment by calling the Gallery Office at 517/759-3005. You may view a photo rendition of the exhibit in the ACA Web Gallery by clicking here.

Adrian Center for the Arts

1375 N Main St

BLDG 46, Adrian, MI 49221

P.O. Box 951, Adrian MI 49221

(517) 759-3005

 

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Adrian Center for the Arts is a flourishing network of artists, offering opportunities to children, students, adults and professional artists to pursue art, a place for self-expression and development of craft, through classes, workshops and artist’s studio spaces. In a peaceful surrounding, the campus vibe is interconnected through a diverse collection of media separated by buildings but not by spirit.

Adrian Center for the Arts is a flourishing network of artists, offering opportunities to children, students, adults and professional artists to pursue art, a place for self-expression and development of craft, through classes, workshops and artist’s studio spaces. In a peaceful surrounding, the campus vibe is interconnected through a diverse collection of media separated by buildings but not by spirit.