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Starts: January 15 Ends: March 25

Exhibit: You Are T/Here

You Are T/Here is an exhibition that asks applicants to visually explore and describe what their own, personal “here” or “there” looks like. What IS “t/here”?

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Starts: January 15 Ends: April 22

Exhibit: Joan Richmond | Paper + Scissors + Glue = New Collages

Traverse City artist Joan Richmond exhibits collages at the Glen Arbor Arts Center. Paper + Scissors + Glue = New Collages, an exhibition of 12 new works…

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Starts: November 13, 2020 Ends: December 17, 2020

Exhibit: Small Works

The GAAC celebrates the holidays with an exhibition of original art. This holiday show features 2D + 3D work that’s 12” square or smaller, all priced at $150 or less.

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Starts: September 11, 2020 Ends: November 5, 2020

Exhibit: Art In A Time Of Coronavirus | A Postcard Response

Art In A Time Of Coronavirus is an exhibition of 97 hand-built postcards [4” x 6”] that present the maker’s personal response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Starts: September 11, 2020 Ends: November 5, 2020

Exhibit: Power Tools

Power Tools is a multifaceted, juried exhibition built on the belief that the arts provide us with powerful tools of expression.

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Starts: July 24, 2020 Ends: August 31, 2020

6FT APART ART: Mini Masterpieces Art Walk

Fifty 3” x 3” canvases were distributed to Leelanau County families to craft a personal, creative expression.

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Starts: July 24, 2020 Ends: August 27, 2020

6FT APART ART: Clothesline Exhibit

The Glen Arbor Arts Center is moving art outdoor as part of its 6ft Apart Art series of creative, pop-up events.

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Starts: July 24, 2020 Ends: August 27, 2020

Exhibit: Members Create

An annual tradition returns! The GAAC Members Create exhibition is a showcase of members’ talent. The 2020 Members Create features the work of 24 current GAAC members.

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Starts: May 15, 2020 Ends: July 16, 2020

Virtual Exhibit: New Views: Birdlandia

Birds offer symbolic ways for us to describe our inner and outer lives, home, relationships, the state of the ecology, and more. Birds are some of the most accessible creatures to watch and study.

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