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.

Visit the ACA Gallery beginning May 26 for "Risk," a juried exhibit featuring artists from Lenawee and surrounding counties. 34 pieces representing a variety of mediums from 22 artists will be installed for the exhibit. 71 pieces were entered. Hours at the Gallery are 1 - 4 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays and 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Saturdays. The gallery is closed May 27 and 28 for Memorial weekend. The exhibit finishes with a closing public reception on June 25 from 2 - 4 p.m. To see the exhibiting artists click here.

YOUTH CAMP

 

Get ready to shine like the rockstar artist you are! Youth Camp will be held July 18 - 22: 9- Noon Grades 1 - 3 (must have completed kindergarten), and 1 - 4 p.m. grades 4 & 5.

Spend an exciting week exploring light in many ways! Students will use many different materials to create multiple projects from luminaries to cyanotype printing to glow in the dark painting. Each day students will work with the two experienced art teachers to create their own projects and one collaborative installation piece, culminating in a Friday afternoon art exhibition. Taina Mantey and Sarah Sych will lead the camp this year. Both are experienced art teachers, so be prepared to have a fun and learn a little too!

TEEN CAMP

 

For ages 13 - 17, is scheduled for June 28 - 30, 1 - 4 p.m.

Three different explorations of sculptural materials will combine into one large, framed project. This 3-day camp will include fiber arts, carving, and painting. Student artists will learn wet work felting to create a felted picture built with fibers. This felted picture will then be embellished with needlepoint felted 3D elements like the flat picture is breaking into the third dimension. The third portion of this project will consist of making a one-of-a-kind crafted frame that will continue to carry the message of the art. Art teacher Sarah Sych will be leading this camp.

Adrian Center for the Arts

1375 N Main St

BLDG 46, Adrian, MI 49221

P.O. Box 951, Adrian MI 49221

(517) 759-3005

 

ADRIANCENTERFORTHEARTS@GMAIL.COM

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.