Calendar of Art Events

(Updated 12/17/2018 – included some big community events as well)



  • PWPL = Peter White Public Library (Marquette)
  • BAC = Bonifas Arts Center (Escanaba)
  • MACC = Marquette Arts and Culture Center (lower level of PWPL)
  • See MACC Creative Community Series (Ongoing Groups) page under ABOUT LSAA menu for group names, contact information and meeting locations and times –> Ongoing Groups.
  • See MACC Senior Arts Series: Performing Arts – The Superior Theater Experience page for event dates.
  • See MACC Senior Arts Series: Visual Arts page for class information and dates.

February 2019 – Art News from Kathleen Mooney

Workshops, Local and Current Exhibits, new art, travel and painting…

TWO DAY class in Lowell, MI Workshop Schedule at FLPC

NEW afternoon class in Lowell, MI! Workshop Schedule at FLPC

Do you love to travel and paint?  Here is your chance!

Ireland in April / May, Iceland in June, Ghost Ranch NM in October! 

Register Early – spaces are filling quickly! Contact me!

Exhibits and Art Classes!

Franciscan Life Process Center – 15 Big Bountiful Beauty – large paintings of floral abundance in acrylic on canvas on exhibit in Lowell in Jnuary and Februay 2019.  No reception, but contact me for a personal or group guided tour! Contact me! Calendar of Exhibits

March Art Workshop in Lowell, MI Workshop Schedule at FLPC

NEW!!!! Monthly Art Workshops at Franciscan Life Process Center. Acrylics and Watermedia, Abstraction, Composition, Introduction to Acrylics and Finishing Your Paintings – beginner to advanced… learn new skills and have fun with other artists! Workshop Schedule at FLPC.

At least 44 of Kathleen Mooney’s LARGE PAINTINGS ON CANVAS are featured at Flat River Cottage at 317 East Main Street, Lowell MI 49331 Flat River Cottage

As usual – If you would like an appointment to view my art – contact me via the website or email!  It would be great to see you!

Enjoy the ART! Hope to see you soon!  Kathleen


  • DEC 31, 11:45 pm: New Year’s Eve Ball Drop
    130 W Washington St, Marquette


  • JANUARY: Huron Mtn Gallery, PWPL main floor – Artwork of 2018 100-Day-Project participants
  • JANUARY: Every Sat, Jan 5-Mar23 (except Feb 23), 10:30-11:30 am, MACC Studio #1 – Zumbini with Alesia Braund. Sing, Dance, Play, Learn – for children ages 0-4 with a caretaker.Go to: for pricing & to register.
  • JAN 3-FEB 13: Marquette Artists Collective Gallery Show
    Features up-cycled work by Collective Members

    Location:130 W Washington St, Marquette (the former Oasis site)
  • JAN 5, 1 pm: Family Filmy & BYO Munchies: “The Incredibles 2” in PWPL Lower- Level Community Room For more information:; (906) 226-4323, or check out the Peter White Public Library Youth Services page on Facebook.
  • JAN 7, 5:20-6:30 pm, Open Mic at 7 pm: Marquette Poets Circle’s Monthly Poetry Workshop in Lions Room of PWPL, Main Floor. Bring copies of a poem to share. Receive feedback from a friendly group of poets at all levels of experience. FREE. Open to the Public. Bring poetry, short prose or original songs to share. All are welcome.
  • JAN 10-Mar 7 (Thursdays): Two Classes, 10 am-12 pm & 1-3 pm, MACC Studio #1. Oil Painting, Drawing, and Pastels with Marlene Wood Oil painting, pastels, & drawing instruction & critique in open studio atmosphere. Geared toward the individual. Students & artists should bring own materials or can use Marlene’s for $5 if you want to “try a class”. All levels welcome & can jump in a class at any time/ not consecutive. Contact:, (906-225-8655), Marlene (847-791-8403), or show up to register! Cost: $20/class or $70 for 4-Class punch card.Marlene has been teaching art to children and adults for over 30 years. Her passion is to teach in a way that elicits personal self-discovery, emotion, and the unleashing of creative juices. Marlene’s philosophy is that if one can learn to see correctly, all else in art is both teachable and obtainable. Marlene brings with her a diverse education and a positive and supportive approach to teaching.She recently moved to the shores of Lake Superior from Palatine, IL where she owned Positive Strokes Art School and Gallery since founding it in 2000. She is happy to call the Upper Peninsula her new home, and eager to get more involved in our bustling art scene. Her classes will be offered for eight weeks on an ongoing basis, and students are welcome to begin at any time. There will be an emphasis on drawing, seeing correctly, use of medium, value, composition, color, and techniques, helping you to strengthen your ability to draw and paint what you see or want to see and become a more dynamic artist. The class is geared toward the individual, allowing artists to begin at their own level, and both individual and group instruction and attention will be provided.
  • JAN 10-31 (Thursdays), 11-11:30 am: Preschool Storytime for 3’s & 4’s
    PWPL Youth Atrium

    Cost: FREE
    Explore stories, fingerplays, songs, and crafts. For 3 and 4 year olds, with a loving adult. For more information: (906) 226-4323,; or the Peter White Public Library Youth Services page on Facebook.
  • JAN 12, 1-5 pm: Ultimate Bridal Event
    Cost: FREE to all attendants

    Brides may pre-register with the form on our website, from a link on our Facebook page, A Bride’s Choice UP, or by calling or stopping in at either of our locations, Chatham and Marquette. Any bride who does not pre-register may register upon arrival to The Ultimate Bridal Event.Each bride may only register for the show once and put their name in only one of grand prize drawing boxes from A Bride’s Choice.
    Contact: (906) 226-2150;
  • JAN 14-APRIL 13, 10 am-5 pm: “Women’s Work is Never Done”ExhibitLocation: Marquette Regional History Center(MRHC)
    Women have spent countless hours cooking, cleaning, tending fires, and caring for children. They have also created beautiful yet useful household items such as hand woven rugs, colorful quilts, embroidered tablecloths, as well as lace camisoles and clothing for their families. This exhibit looks at specific women in our community from the past and present, both housewives and servants, telling their tales in their own words. It explores a pioneer in the mid-1800s, a Victorian in Marquette in the late 1880s, a farmer’s wife during the Depression and more. Artifacts on display will include a variety of household appliances and tools as well as elegant and everyday handwork from the 1850s to the 1970s.
    For more information:; (906) 226-3571.
  • JAN 15, 6-8 pm: LSAA Program – Ex-Voto Tile Demonstration
    Scott Leipski will show us his ceramic art featuring his Ex-Voto tiles. This is a BONUS program, I addition to our six annual programs.

    LSAA programs are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, at 7 pm (Sept, Oct, Jan through April) at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center (MACC) on the lower level of 
Peter White Public Library (PWPL), 217 North Front St. LSAA programs are free and open to the public. Contact Michele Tuccini at: (906-250-7364) or for more information.
  • JAN 17, 6:30-9 pm: Superior Woodturners (Ongoing Group) Monthly Meeting and Demonstration in MACC Studio #1, lower level of PWPL. MACC staff may be reached during regular business hours, Mon-Fri, 10 am-5 pm: (906-228-0472);; 217 N Front St.
  • JAN 17, 5:30-8 pm: Upper Peninsula Land Conservancy Annual Meeting
    Presented by U.P. Land Conservancy at Federated Clubhouse, Marquette MI
    FREE and open to the public
    This is an excellent opportunity to introduce yourself to UPLC and learn about our mission and vision for the future of land conservation in Marquette and the Upper Peninsula. During our annual meeting we will provide a rundown of our accomplishments in 2018 and look ahead to our big year coming in 2019. Come meet folks just like you who are passionate about saving land for the sake of the community and learn how we are ensuring a green and healthy future for the region. We will be focusing this year’s presentations on UPLC’s (and Marquette’s!) future, as we discuss our future project the Dead River Community Forest. This presentation will include a film that we created this summer to capture the essence of the project (you may have caught a few clips from this film during the 2018 Fresh Coast Film Festival!).
    The approximate schedule for the evening is as follows:
    5:30 pm: social gathering with refreshment
    6:00 pm: annual meeting
    6:30 pm: presentation
    7:30-8:00 pm: closing social time
    Contact: 906-225-8067;;
  • JAN 17, 6:30-8 pm: Queen City Seed Library: “The Garden, The Seeds, The Soil: Creating the Local Food System” in MACC Studio #1. MACC staff may be reached during regular business hours, Mon-Fri, 10 am-5 pm: (906-228-0472);; 217 N Front St.
  • JAN 18, 6:30-10 pm: UPAWS Raise the Woof Comedy Show
    Suggested for ages 16+
    Sit, stay, and laugh with us at the Raise the Woof Comedy Show Fundraiser to benefit UPAWS! Start the New Year in great company with tons of laughs, and help homeless pets at the same time!
    Raise the Woof is a group of comedians committed to raising money and spreading awareness for animal rescue, giving animals a voice through laughter and putting the “fun” in fundraising! See what they’re all about at
    This year the show will be featuring 3 comedians! (Details to come)
    Tickets: Go to, or UPAWS (84 Snowfield Road Negaunee, MI 49866), or Honor Credit Union (490 US-41 Negaunee, MI 49866)
    All tickets are GENERAL ADMISSION, seating is first-come first-serve at tables. (FULL PARTIES of 6-8 people can reserve a table after ticket purchase by emailing
    Cost: Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at event entry.
    Tickets include: Comedy, Dinner, and Cocktail Service! A Pasty Dinner will be served from 6:30-8:30 pm. Show starts at 8 pm and runs to 10:00 pm with a 15-minute intermission. Plus a $5 Raffle that gives you access to the candy buffet PLUS an entry to win an awesome prize!!
    Dinner: Pasty Night! Please confirm if you would like a veggie or beef pasty when you purchase your ticket. If you have a vegan preference please message event chair Amber Talo directly so we can have a Vegan friendly option available. We want all dietary preferences to enjoy dinner & the show, but it is helpful to know in advance so we can remain budget friendly in preparing for the event.
    For more information: (906) 475-6661;
  • JAN 19, 1-3:30 pm: Guided Snowshoe Hike at Vielmetti-Peters Reserve
    Presented by U.P. Land Conservancy.

    Reserve Address: 800 Brickyard Road, Marquette
    Join UPLC Executive Director Andrea Denham on one of her favorite winter excursions to hear all about our plans for the future of the Reserve. We’ll be snowshoeing the waterfall trail at the Vielmetti-Peters Reserve together, and it’ll be a grand time. Meet at the end of Brickyard Road (approx 800 Brickyard) and we’ll put on our ‘shoes and hike together from there. It’ll be just a couple miles out-and-back on a pre-packed route, so we’ll have you back to your cars by 3:30 pm. Bring water, a snack, and dress in layers (appropriate for the weather). If you don’t have your own showshoes, NMU’s Outdoor Recreation Center rents them out for $10/day.
    Cost: FREE

    Contact: (651) 329-0958;
  • JAN 19, 10:30-11:30 am: First of MONTHLY Intergenerational Playgroups – on Sats
    Join Mill Creek and their residents as they host Intergenerational Playgroups for you and your family. Have your child bring a favorite book or toy with them to share with the residents!

    Ages: 0-8 please
    Location: Mill Creek Senior Living Community, 1600 Mill Creek, Marquette, MI 49855
    Presented by Great Start Collaborative/MARESA at Mill Creek Senior Living Community, Marquette MI
  • JAN 19 : LSAA 41st Annual Members Show (6:30-7:30 pm) and 22nd Annual Art Awards (7:30-9 pm) will take place in the newly remodeled Marquette Arts & Culture Center (MACC) in the lower level of the Peter White Public Library (PWPL) in the newly named Deo Gallery and the Community Room. You REALLY do not want to miss this! Includes community-uniting art performances and moving stories that we hope will be videoed this year!!! (hint, hint). The following awards are offered to recognize & thank citizens who have demonstrated artistic excellence &/or have made significant contributions to the awareness of arts in our community: Arts Volunteer, Arts Activist, Arts Educator, Youth Award, Visual Artist, Performing Artist, Special Recognition, Community Arts Impact, Art Business Honor Roll, & Writer. MACC staff may be reached during regular business hours, Mon-Fri, 10 am-5 pm: (906-228-0472);; 217 N Front St.
  • JAN 21-MAR 24: NMU Art & Design Faculty Biennial Exhibit
    Celebrating & highlighting creative achievements in all media & concentrations, this exhibition gives the NMU & broader community the opportunity to see the talent within the NMU School of Art & Design School faculty firsthand.
    Exhibiting faculty include: Daric Christian, Taimur Cleary, Keith Ellis, Jessie Fleury, Paul Hess, Steven Hughes, Brian Kakas, Emily Lanctot, Stephan Larson, Christine Lenzen, Michael Letts, Gabrielle McNally, Jane Milkie, Christopher Moore, Peter Pless, Julie Clark-Risak, Alison Taras, Jason Schneider, Dennis Staffne, Tracy Wascom, & Dale Wedig
    * Jan 25, 6-8 pm: Reception
    * Feb 22, 2pm:
    On Practice Art & Design Faculty Panel Discussion
    * March 15, 2 pm:
    Mits Oba presents Petit a, Petite é: Mirrors in Art & a Reflecion on the Faculty Biennial 2019
  • JAN 22, 6 pm: 132nd Annual Suicide Ski Hill Ski Jumping Tournament
    Presented by Ishpeming Ski Club at Ishpeming Suicide Ski Bowl Area, Ishpeming MI

    Launch into winter action by attending the longest consecutive ski jumping tournament in the country! Come watch US and International ski jumpers defy gravity as they soar off of the historic 90 meter, Suicide Hill!
    The tournament will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd and will take place at the Suicide Ski Bowl, located at the Ishpeming Ski Club in Negaunee, Michigan. The event will begin with trial runs starting at 6:00 pm.
    Come and enjoy this family friendly, fun for all event with an evening filled with tailgating, concessions, and bonfires while watching the jumpers compete. And don’t miss out on the fireworks display at the conclusion of the tournament! Trust us, you’re gonna want to be here.
    Cost: Buttons for the event are for $15 per person, when purchased in advance and $20 at the gate. Kids 12 years of age and younger are admitted free. Buttons are available for sale from Ishpeming Ski Club members, Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Chamber or Commerce, Super One/Negaunee, Midtown Bakery, Wilderness Sports, Elaine’s Place, Congress Pizza, Cognition Brewing Company, Ishpeming Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, Jubilee Foods, Buck’s Restaurant, Jasper Ridge Brewery and Restaurant, Kassel’s Midway, Midway Rentals, Crossroads Mini Mart Shell, Sports Rack, Ore Dock Brewery, Downwind Sports, Blackrocks Brewery and other local area outlets in Ishpeming, Negaunee and Marquette.
    Contact: (906) 286-0915;;
  • JAN 23, 6-9 pm, MACC Studio #1: Actor Bootcamp
    Explore physicalization, improvisation, script analysis, characterization & more with UP Shakespeare Festival/Wolf’s Head Theater Co.’s Artistic Director, Jamie Weeder. Open to all experience levels. Cost: $15 Contact: (906-869-1456);; or simply show up to register.
  • JAN 24, 7-9 pm: “What’s Up Dock? A History of the Harbor”at Kaufmann Auditorium, 611 N Front Street, Marquette. Jim Koski & Jack Deo pair up to tell more history of the docks, schooners, & freighters, the fishing industry, shipwrecks & fires, show vintage movie footage, & rare & never-seen-before photographs from the Superior View & Longyear Library collections. This is a fundraiser for the Marquette Regional History Center. Tickets:$15 first-floor seating/$20 balcony seating in advance; $20 first-floor seating/$25 balcony seating at the door. On sale starting Nov 26th, 2018.Contact:; (906) 226-3571.
  • JAN 24-26: “East of the Sun, West of the Moon”
    World Premier Full-Length Ballet of Classic Scandinavian Folk-Tale Version of “Beauty & the Beast” with a brand-new stunning twist. Directed and Choreographed by Jill Grundstrom with Original Musical Composition by Griffin Candey. A clever young girl taken prisoner by a bear works against the Troll Queen to lift the curse laid upon the land’s prince, accompanied by original music.

    Location: NMU Forest Roberts Theatre
    Contact: (906-227-2553);;
  • JAN 25, 7-9 pm: Marquette Artists Collective Grand Opening
    Location: 130 W Washington St, Marquette (the former Oasis site)
  • JAN 25-27 (3-10pm; 6am-7pm, 9am-12pm): Noquemanon Ski Marathon
    Presented by Noquemanon Trail Network at NMU Superior Dome, Marquette MI

    A premiere wilderness and rugged point-to-point cross country ski event.
    The Noquemanon Ski Marathon (also referred to as the “Noque”) is a point-to point cross-country ski race from Ishpeming to Marquette. The race showcases the rugged and challenging terrain of northern Marquette County. It is known for it’s premiere snow conditions, remote course, and beautiful views. It is part of the American Ski Marathon Series and CXC Marathon Cup Series. In addition to the 50K and 24K Classic and Freestyle races, other events are held over the Noquemanon weekend including Skijour, Snowshoe, and Snowbike events.

    Complete event schedule at: 
    Cost: Registration can be completed on the race
    Contact: (906) 235-6861;;
  • JAN 28, FEB 26, MAR 26, APR 23, 1-4 pm: Watercolors with Carl Mayer in MACC Studio #1. Join locally and nationally acclaimed artist Carl Mayer for a monthly watercolor workshop held at the City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center (MACC). The classes take place on the fourth Tuesday of each month. MACC staff may be reached during regular business hours, Mon-Fri, 10 am-5 pm: (906-228-0472);; 217 N Front St. Cost: $35 Must register ahead.


  • FEB EXHIBIT: LSAA Deo Gallery (lower level PWPL) –  Scott Leipski – Ceramics 
  • MACC staff may be reached during regular business hours, Mon-Fri, 10 am-5 pm: (906-228-0472);; 217 N Front St.
  • FEB 1-2: Spotlight Variety Show
    An evening of magic, comedy, circus, and beyond that is sure to amaze and amuse audiences of all ages.
    Location: NMU Forest Roberts Theatre
    Contact: (906-227-2553);;
  • FEB 2-MARCH 29 EXHIBIT: Huron Mtn Club Gallery (Main level PWPL, back) – MACC Winter Charm Exhibit
  • FEB 15, 7:30-9:30 pm: U.P. 200 Takeoff Party at Chocolay Bayou Nature Preserve
    The UP 200, a 200-mile sleddog race through the Upper Peninsula, kicks off Feb 15th, 2019 at 7 pm in downtown Marquette. If you’d like to watch the mushers swoosh by in the quiet of the woods, away from the bustle and lights of downtown, join us at the Chocolay Bayou Nature Preserve. Sled teams pass directly by the Preserve, so we get a great view and interaction with the mushers. Teams typically pass the trailhead at the Preserve between 7:30-9:30 pm or so (the midnight run starts at 8:30 pm).  We will have a serene lamp-lit trail leading from the Main Street parking lot of the Bayou Preserve (approximately 300 W Main Street) out to the North trailhead. We will have a bonfire, hot cocoa, snacks, and merriment waiting! This is a very kid-friendly event and participants are welcome to come and go as they please. Dress warmly, and bring a friend, a headlamp (just in case), and your own snowshoes – though the trail will be packed in advance if needed, they’re still a good idea!
    Cost: FREE
    Contact: (906) 225-8067;
  • FEB 16-28 EXHIBIT: MACC Studio #1 – Dog Dayz of Winter youth exhibit
    * Open to student artists Grades K-8, both public & home-schooled.
    *Art must be labeled with:
    – Artist First & Last Name
    – Grade
    – School Name / Home
    *2D Art must be mounted on construction paper with a 1-inch border for hanging.
    *3D Art will be displayed on tables.
    * Artwork Drop-Off: Wed, Feb 13, 1-6 pm, MACC office or MACC Studio #1, PWPL, lower level.
    *Artwork Pick-Up: Fri, March 1, 2019
    Sponsored by Lake Superior Art Association (LSAA) & City of Marquette Arts & Culture Office (MACC): (906) 228-0472 or email
  • FEB 19, 7-9 pm: LSAA Program – Metalsmith & Jewelry Artist
    Madeline Goodmanis the owner of Mad Goodies located on Ohio St, just off Third, in the Zero Degrees Gallery building. She will share her knowledge of the creating metal & resin jewelry, which she carries in her store along with art of NMU students & alum. LSAA programs are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, at 7 pm (Sept, Oct, Jan through April) at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center (MACC) on the lower level of 
Peter White Public Library (PWPL), 217 North Front St. LSAA programs are free and open to the public. Contact Michele Tuccini at: (906-250-7364) or for more information.
  • FEB 23 – ALL DAY: WINTER ROOTS FOLK FESTIVALIn collaboration with the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center, Hiawatha Music Co-op, Marquette DDA, Marquette Symphony Orchestra, Ore Dock Brewing Company, and Peter White Public Library, The City of Marquette Arts and Culture Center (MACC) invites the community to attend the first ever Winter Roots Festival.The Festival, which will take place on Saturday, February 23, highlights traditional, folk, blues, and Cajun music through a variety of events around town including workshops, concerts, and dances.In the morning, come by Peter White Public Library for a host of instrument, song, and dance workshops. Then, in the afternoon, enjoy performances by local and regional artists at the Marquette Commons and Ore Dock Brewing Company. Finally, join the Marquette Symphony Orchestra for their February concert Under Mountains of Ocean, featuring the world premiere of a tuba concerto performed by Youth Concerto Competition Winner Evan Zegiel, as well as a special folk music collaboration with Ann Arbor-based bluegrass and jazz chamber band Westbound Situation.
  • FEB 22-23: Medieval Dinner Theatre
    Stage combat and good food come together in the Marquette Masonic Building as a fundraiser for the Forest Roberts Theatre. Enjoy dashing sword fights with your meal in an outstanding evening of entertainment supporting students at the FRT! Location: NMU Forest Roberts Theatre
    Contact: (906-227-2553);;
  • FEB 23, 5:30-11 pm: Rotary Club of Ishpeming: 35th Annual Evening of Romance
    Location: NMU Bottum University Center, Marquette MI
    An elegant fundraiser evening of cocktail social, sit-down dinner, silent and live auction/bucket raffle with dance to follow.
    Schedule: 5:30 pm-Social, 7 pm-Dinner. Auction, bucket raffle, and dance to follow
    Proceeds from the Gala go back to local community events and service projects.
    Rotary is an international service organization that finds a way to improve the quality of life for people in their communities, serve the public interest, and recognize the importance of empowering youth through local clubs with the motto “Service Above Self.”
    Tickets:$75 per person. Ticket price includes social, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, and dance to follow. There will also be bucket, silent, and live auction. Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite, Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce, or through any Ishpeming Rotarian member.
    For further information contact: Club President Lance Peterson at (906) 250-7988

MARCH 2019

  • MARCH EXHIBIT: LSAA Deo Gallery (lower level PWPL): Jason Schneider
  • MAR 19, 7-9 pm: LSAA Program – Wool Felting Demonstration
    Masha Kakhova is a wool felting master. She creates scarves, hats, clothing, birdhouses, small animals, and shoes. She’ll share about the variety of fibers available & demonstrate how to work with them. LSAA programs are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, at 7 pm (Sept, Oct, Jan through April) at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center (MACC) on the lower level of 
Peter White Public Library (PWPL), 217 North Front St. LSAA programs are free and open to the public. Contact Michele Tuccini at: (906-250-7364) or for more information.

APRIL 2019

  • APRIL EXHIBIT: LSAA Deo Gallery (lower level PWPL): NMU Painting Students
  • APRIL 4, 7-9 pm: Christine Saari reading from her poems “Blossoms in the Dark of Winter” at Marquette Artists Collective Gallery, 130 W Washington, St, Marquette
  • APRIL 12-20: Disney’s “Beauty & the Beast”
    The Enchanting Musical Fairytale
    Book by Linda Woolverton, Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice
    Location: NMU Forest Roberts Theatre
    Contact: (906-227-2553);;
  • APRIL 16, 7-9 pm: LSAA Program – Transparent Watercolor Society of America (TWSA) Annual Exhibition Screen Show
    Charlice Stewart along with master watercolorist Carl Mayer will be our commentators for this on-screen viewing of the TWSA 2018 entries. LSAA programs are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, at 7 pm (Sept, Oct, Jan through April) at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center (MACC) on the lower level of 
Peter White Public Library (PWPL), 217 North Front St. LSAA programs are free and open to the public. Contact Michele Tuccini at: (906-250-7364) or for more information.

MAY 2019


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JULY 2019

  • JUL 11-AUG 22: Bonifas Arts Center glass-art show, “Fires Around the Lakes”
    Invited Artists Include: LSAA Member & Art Instructor, Diane Krebs-May. Dual show opening receptions will be held July 18, 7-9 pm. There will also be artist demos at the glass shop of U.P. Steam and Gas Village in Escanaba, and a Brown Bag Series of lectures at Bonifas Arts Center.
  • JUL 12-AUG 22: Bonifas Art Center Show, “The Art of Interpretation”
    Curator: LSAA Member & Art Instructor, Diane Krebs-May. Will be displayed in Upper Gallery. Consists of works of 26 artists interpreting a photograph done by Florida artist, Jim Redding. Multi media works will be shown by local and five out-of-state artists, including CA, FL, IL and WI. Brown Bag Lecture by Jim Redding, July 17, 1 pm.