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  • Drake Haynes
    Outside Washtenaw County

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  • Lisa Platt
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Barrett Streu
    Dexter Area

  • Missy Cowan
    Chelsea Area

    Missy is a watercolor artist currently living in Chelsea, Michigan. She finds her inspiration in nature and for Missy, it's all about color and bringing that color to people's lives, one painting at a time. Missy is a partner of Dancing Dog Gallery in Ann Arbor, a member of Ann Arbor Women Artists, the Chelsea Center for the Arts, and The Michigan Watercolor Society.

  • Leslie Sobel
    Milan Area

    I am an artist, a teacher of encaustic and collage media, and an Arts Alliance board member.

  • Dee Overly
    Ypsilanti Area

    I'm a pencil pusher, both colored pencil and graphite. My main focus is on the human figure and objects of nature. I'm also a website, blog and Facebook Fan Page designer. In my business, ArtWebPresence.com, I teach artists how to build their own online presence via workshops and individual consulting and tutoring.

  • Sharon Kegerreis
    Chelsea Area

    Michigan wine and food enthusiast Sharon Kegerreis has been called many things… Venus of the Vine. Wine chick. Wine goddess. Michigan ambassador. She answers to them all. Sharon has co-authored two books on Michigan wine. Her first book, From the Vine: Exploring Michigan Wineries, is a 2008 Michigan Notable Book. Her just-released second book is The History of Michigan Wines, the first book to document the 150-year history of winemaking in Michigan along the Great Lakes. Sharon is working on her third Michigan book, while devoting her days to consuming delicious Michigan agriculture and blogging for Yellow Door, a local food initiative in Chelsea. Sharon thoroughly enjoys presenting to groups interested in Michigan wine country, in conjunction with book signings and sales.

  • Patti Russo
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Geoffrey Kinde
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Exotica/Tiki music from the 50's by artists like Martin Denny, Les Baxter and Arthur Lyman. Songs are played on vintage mallet instruments (marimba, vibraphone, xylophone and bells) from the early 20th century.

  • Nancy Feldkamp
    Manchester Area

    I am a watercolor artist who uses images of sheep from our former herd as subject in exploring abstract design.

  • christy kelly-bentgen
    Dexter Area

  • Shary Brown
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Daniel Barry
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Debra Kennedy
    Chelsea Area

  • Carl Rinne
    Ann Arbor Area

    Carl Rinne plays jazz trombone with the Saline Big Band and has performed nationally and internationally with the vocal jazz group, PRIME.

  • Denise Rohde
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Christine (Chris) Lord
    Ann Arbor Area

    Chris Lord’s poetry has won places in competitions (e.g., Current, Detroit Women Writers, Writer’s Digest) and appeared in many journals. She founded Word’n Woman Press in March of 2007, edited and published the Bear River Writers Respond to War print edition, and the Writers Reading at Sweetwaters anthology. Her chapbook Field Guide to Luck was published by Pudding House Publications in 2007. Currently, Chris is honored to be Editor of the Bear River Review, and co-host of the monthly series, Writers Reading at Sweetwaters. She is teaching her poetry class “Muse of a Woman” for Ann Arbor Rec&Ed this winter. Chris also actively supports women’s rights.

  • Barbara Melnik Carson
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am narrative sculptor creating art that starts a conversation. Primarily interested in making work that exists in all three dimensions, I weave a story to connect it to intangible signifiers in the viewer’s existence. My passion for creating began in childhood growing up in Southwest Detroit. With limited art resources, in my early work I improvised using objects found in my neighborhood. Religious and ethnic themes grow naturally from that past environment. I’ve been an exhibiting artist since 2001. After a career working as an occupational therapist I continue to emerge as an artist. Working with intuitive and outsider artists during my career in mental health provided a creative surge. Today, my sculptural clay and mixed media works grow from personal insights linked to broader issues.

  • Bill Knudstrup
    Ypsilanti Area

    I grew up in a large family and spent my childhood on the beaches and dunes of Lake Michigan’s eastern shore. The subject matter for my paintings comes from those life experiences. The memories of that childhood propel my many paintings of children playing in the sun, sand and water. In other works I explore the images of people and situations in my adult life. My paintings produce the impression of a specific time and place while the subject matter plays on timeless memories. I create paintings that express energy on many levels; visually, emotionally, intellectually and instinctively. Just as a Michael Jackson music video is a complex combination of music, visual elements, story telling and poetry a painting can have the complex appeal of color, line, composition/design and subject. This union of energies produces an artwork which has a substantial presence in the room. I work in series with all of the paintings relating to each other around a theme. In 2006 I showed a group of paintings which explored the concept of “Personal Bonds.” Each of the paintings was based on a situation in life in which an individual, through contact with another, either broadened their horizons or strengthened their bonds to a group. In the summer of 2007 I exhibited a series of 22 paintings at the Mallet's Creek branch of the Ann Arbor Library entitled “The Children of Summer” which showed the joy that children find in the sun, sand and water at the beaches of Michigan. And, most recently, in April of 2009 I had a solo exhibit of paintings titled “The Games We Play” which compared children’s games with those played by adults.

  • Kendall Goode
    Dexter Area

  • Janet Kohler
    Ann Arbor Area

    Pastel Artist, Paintings & Drawings, Instructor at the Ann Arbor Art Center

  • Elena Barillas Flores
    Manchester Area

    Drawings -graphite, pastel, acyrlic & photographs

  • CAROL EVERT
    Saline Area

    After retiring from the corporate world, I rekindled my life's passion for painting. I fell in love with watercolors after taking a class at the Ann Arbor Art Center. Watercolor allows my creativity to flow with the blending of the colors. Watching the water and paint flow is my inspiration. I usually paint "close up" images, but also enjoy creating complex images from simple subjects.

  • Katy Giordano
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kate Olson
    Ann Arbor Area

    Kate is an improvising musician who specializes in woodwinds, primarily saxophone. She collaborates with a number of musicians in the area to produce music that is based largely in "free improvisation," i.e. music created in, by and for the moment of its performance. Kate's background is in classical and jazz saxophone study; she recently graduated from the University of Michigan with a masters degree in Improvisation. While there, she also focused on Creativity and Consciousness studies, which applies the methods and ideologies of contemplative traditions (meditation, for example) to the process of art-making. Kate just released her first CD, Improvised Duets, with guitarist Gary Prince. The album was recorded in Ann Arbor, and features 11 tracks of completely improvised music. Although the concept could be considered somewhat avant garde, the individual songs are tuneful and concise, inviting the listener to contemplate the interaction of the two performers and the sounds they're capable of producing together. Kate is also the Administrative Director of the International Society for Improvised Music, an Ann Arbor-based non-profit dedicated to promoting improvised music and the community of musicians who foster its development. She recently directed their 4th annual conference at UC Santa Cruz.

  • Sophie Grillet
    Ann Arbor Area

    Paintings, including portraits, in oils or acrylic vigorous and usually colorful, playing with abstract and representational. Also photography: mainly still life and architectural, 3D and cartoons.

  • Jon Van Eck
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am primarily a clay artist, but I also paint, and work with wood and mixed media.

  • Susan Morales
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Marta England
    Ann Arbor Area

    handmade sterling silver Jewelry

  • Jannie Ho
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm a children's book illustrator, designer, and art licensor.

  • Mary Bachman
    Ypsilanti Area

    I call myself an all media artist/teacher, as i tend to go back and forth between medias. Although oils and pastels are my favorite,in the past I have spent a great deal of time as a potter, sculptor, photographer, weaver, and delved to some extent into watercolor and casein. Landscapes are my usual subject, having grown up on a farm where we were free to roam the country side, sometimes gathering wild flowrs, picking wild blackberries, or building playhouses in the woods. After spending several years doing black and white photography, I find digital photography a fascinating subject which I am still investigating. Several years ago I heard John Pappas was going to retire, so took a year of sculpture with him at EMU. I've been a member of the Ann Arbor Women Artists for many years, and more recently a member of the Ann Arbor Area Pastelists. I've received many awards and have had several one person shows of my work. I have a BS in Art, and earned 26 credits toward a masters in painting. My intentions were to get a masters in scultpure but at that time it wasn't offered. My efforts to get a masters was stopped to pursue a business in pot making. I spend 10 years going to art fairs to peddle my wares. Back problems made me go back to painting which I continue to this day. When my husbland retired in '81we bult a two story building, the first level is his shop while the second level is my studio. I have enjoyed being able to spread out in this great space, and work by myself. Early on I did invite other artists to join me, and hired a model. My studio is a great asset where I can show and store my work, or leave works in progress undisturbed until I can return to them. My studio can be found at 4901 Grandview, Ypsilanti, MI, 48197, which is in Pittsfield Township, near the Washtenaw Country Club. My email is . Please call me before you come to visit me at 734-434-2034. I welcome your call.

  • Roland Remington
    Ann Arbor Area

    Exotica/Tiki music from mid century America.

  • Kathy Waugh
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Amanda Grazioli
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Amanda has recently relocated to Boston, MA and is currently seeking artistic opportunities there. Please email leads to afigrazioli@gmail.com** Amanda has worked in both artistic and administrative capacities for a variety of nonprofit and higher education organizations. She enjoys theatrical directing and facilitation and seeks to explore the ways in which applied theatre and drama can illuminate issues, spark conversation and change lives. As a director recent credits include Marsha Norman's 'night Mother (PTD Productions, Ypsilanti, MI) and Samuel Beckett's Act Without Words II (Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI). Most recently she served as Assistant Director for the University of Michigan's Educational Theatre Company. Trained in Playback Theatre and Improvisation, Amanda enjoys performing with the 6Figures Playback Company and looks forward to getting involved in the Playback community in Boston. She will be co-presenting at the Playback North America Festival in Washington DC in October. Her recent theatre facilitation projects include working with mentally ill prisoners at the Woodland Correctional Center Facility as well as devising and presenting an original interactive theatre workshop for the Michigan Works! Jobs, Education and Training Program. With several years of development and event planning experience, Amanda is also a well-seasoned fundraiser. She believes that strong, informed administrators are vital to the survival of organizations that bring the performing and visual arts to communities. Amanda holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Boston College, a MA in Arts Administration from Eastern Michigan University, and earned her MA in Applied Drama and Theatre for the Young (also from Eastern Michigan University) in December 2011.

  • Nathaniel D.J. Hockman
    Ypsilanti Area

    Lover of music, & the arts, positivity, purpose, & comedy

  • Margaret Shaw
    Manchester Area

    Folk Artist whom works with found materials. I sell from my web site and currently have work at Found Gallery in Kerry Town A2.

  • Deborah Pulk
    Ann Arbor Area

    baby quilts, blankets, infant and toddler clothing, purses and totes

  • Esther Hurwitz
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Esther Hurwitz has appeared on public radio, and was once voted “Ms. Under Appreciated” at a regional poetry slam. Her poems have appeared in many places including Exquisite Corpse, The Huron River Review, Ann Arbor (W)rites, Poetry in Performance, and The Recession Nation Project. Soft as a Beagle's Ears is her first collection of poems (www.thewordsmithpress.com). Along with Chris Lord, Esther co-hosts the monthly “Writers Reading at Sweetwaters” poetry series. She is her mother’s favorite poet, but her father favored Shakespeare.

  • Keith Paul Medelis
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • CosmoChick Ita
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm a cosmopolitan chick-ita, citizen of the world, who loves discussing all things cosmopolitan, from restaurant reviews to world political opinions and personal observations. I believe in Cosmopolitanism, and my favorite drink is... a cosmopolitan!

  • Ashley McDonald
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Present: Brentwood Arts Exchange Marketing Coordinator A.I.R. Studio Blog Administrator August 2010 - July 2011 Arts on the Block AmeriCorps VISTA Member Evaluate AOB Programming by surveying and interviewing alumni Social Media Marketing June 2010 - July 2010 Arts Administration Intern at Axis Music Academy Draft press releases, hand out flyers, Enter new student inquiries into database system perform other clerical duties October 2009- June 2010 Volunteer Gallery Docent RIverside Art Center January 2010 - June 2010: Marketing Intern Michigan Opera Theatre Update social media, draft press releases, draft radio copy, create and send out email blasts, post upcoming events, compile press packets, interview artists July 2009- August 2009: Arts Administration Intern 8th Wonder Theatre Call owners of small businesses to see if they would be interested in participating in a sponsorship opportunity September 2008- December 2008: Art Gallery Intern Eastern Michigan University install art, review artist proposals, curate an exhibition, post flyers, lighting, handle and package art, work with EMU's permanent art collection January 2008- April 2008: Gallery Guard Eastern Michigan University Open gallery, watch art, turn on audio-visual equipment, monitor attendance, inform gallery director of any problems Bachelor of Arts in Arts Administration w/ a minor in Marketing from Eastern Michigan University Honors: Magna Cum Laude 2009: 29th Annual Undergraduate Symposium EMU: Undergraduate Research Fair Participant Skills: 8 yrs. of French, Constant Contact, social media (facebook, twitter, wikipedia, youtube) blogging, powerpoint, excel, data entry, publisher, Axcess Database Management System, Google Docs I'm an arts enthusiast as my profile states. I like to draw and have always had a great appreciation for visual art of all kinds.

  • Jeanne Mackey
    Ann Arbor Area

    Lifelong musician, community-builder. Former director of Sacred Song, co-founder of Transition Ann Arbor. These days, I'm doing autobiographical writing (stories and songs), creating a performance piece on the occasion of turning 60.

  • Helen Gotlib
    Ann Arbor Area

    Drawing & Printmaking Artist

  • Jason Nichols
    Milan Area

    I am a photographer working mostly in black and white. I've done various types of photography, but especially enjoy doing still life. My photos have won awards in international photography contests.

  • Chris Hedly
    Ann Arbor Area

    My personal philosophy is that the art should be fun. I remember walking through a museum with my grandmother and she kept asking me what the meaning of the art was - I could not come up with answers that she liked, which made me really think. I started to notice that I gravitated to art that I thought had vitality. I often could not explain why I liked the art; it was like asking for an explanation of an emotion. So for me, if art is emotion, the emotions that I choose to explore are happiness and exhilaration.


  • Ann Arbor Area

  • Sanders Hamson
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Russ Schwartz
    Ann Arbor Area

    I do a lot of writing. I tend to be happiest when that writing takes the form of plays, but it has, on occasion, taken the form of articles, press releases, advertising, essays and technical manuals. How about that?

  • Cathy Gendron
    Ann Arbor Area

    Armed with a BFA and a serious need to draw, I began my illustration career in 1980. Surviving 8 years in newspapers as an art director and the noxious fumes from my painting process, I lives and work in Ann Arbor. A teacher for over 25 years at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, my oil paintings have appeared in numerous publications and have earned awards from, among others, Print, Communication Arts and the Society of Publication Designers.

  • Sandra Difazio
    Milan Area

    Originally from rural Arkansas, Sandra aquired an early appreciation of nature and the sensations of color and light. A traditional oil artist and avid plein air painter her art is a reflection of her experiences. Her passion is to see and appreciate the beauty in ordinary occurrences and to create paintings that are sensitive to the spirit of each subject. In her plein air pieces she strives to find balance and harmony in the ever-changng landscape. "I want the viewer to take with them a sense of my world." The surface of her work is a varying impasto of oil color applied over a toned canvas. An award winning artist, Sandra's work has appeared in numerous juried and solo exhibits, museum shows, and galleries in Michigan and Ohio. She is currently a member of the Saline Painters, Plein Air Chairman of the Ann Arbor Women Artists, and Secretary of the Great Lakes Plein Air Painters Association.

  • Erin Johnson
    Dexter Area

    Hello ^_^, My name is Erin Johnson. I'm a dress designer, costumer, baker, and cake decorate. I'm 19 years old, attending washtenaw community collage for culinary arts, and hope to be going to western for their textile program next fall.

  • Paula Muldoon
    Ann Arbor Area

    Violinist Paula Muldoon is a performer and teacher in the Ann Arbor area. She received a B.M. in Violin Performance with highest honors from the University of Michigan.

  • Evelyn Neuhaus
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am currently producing/directing a documentary about Irene Butter, a retired Economics professor who is a Holocaust survivor.

  • Ruth Marks
    Ypsilanti Area

    I make figurative art that explores feminine archetypes of the hero, adventurer, performer, and dreamer.

  • Chaely Chartier
    Ypsilanti Area

    Event operations & production specialist.

  • Victoria Schon
    Dexter Area

    Oil painter of still life and the sacred.

  • Katie Halton
    Ann Arbor Area

    Paintings, murals, commissions

  • Brian Walline
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Corinne Vivian
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a mixed Media artist. My art can be seen on my blog and the AAWA website and the Chelsea Painters website.

  • julie jaffee nagel
    Ann Arbor Area

    Musician/psychotherapist. Clinical work and presentations, consultations, on performance anxiety and music as pathway into emotions. General private practice in Ann Arbor. Many awards for work and publications

  • Dave Brenner
    Chelsea Area

    Dave Brenner is an award-winning artist and graphic designer with over 25 years of experience in his field. His photography and graphic design has been published in numerous books and magazines and featured in such publications as USA Today. Dave is also a web usability expert with extensive experience constructing CSS-based web designs and Content Management Systems like Drupal and Wordpress.

  • lee mitchell
    Ypsilanti Area

    oil painter- creating a natural visual reality.

  • Roy Schmidt
    Chelsea Area

    Run, Drum, Write. Photograph, Mountaineer.

  • Katie McGrath
    Ann Arbor Area

    Art quilts

  • Barbara Annis
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Tabi Walters
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Adrian Mitchem
    Ann Arbor Area

  • William Everin
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Gwyn McKay
    Chelsea Area

    Chelsea area artist, wife, and mother of three.

  • Sandy Schopbach
    Ann Arbor Area

    Photography, especially of France. Books: "Paris, in Quotes" - a photography book - and children's books - a three-volume set about Miles, the Very Lucky Cat

  • Jill Blixt
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Jennifer Eberbach
    Ann Arbor Area

    As a professional freelance journalist, I contribute articles on art & entertainment, public policy & politics, and holistic living to a number of Ann Arbor-based news publications. I'm also available to write many different types of publicity, communications, and website copy for businesses and organizations. Aside from the writing I do for work, I also enjoy writing short stories and poems on my own time. Sometimes I create original digital artworks that illustrate my short stories. In the future, I would like to make creative writing and illustration a part of my professional work.

  • Kristina Ruthven
    Ypsilanti Area

    I produce artworks in the mediums of textiles and furnace glass. I am also going into K-12 art education.

  • Steve Feinman
    Dexter Area

    Eclectic historical fiction writer and poet. Prefers writing about the French era with religious themes


  • Ann Arbor Area

    Tole Friends Memory Box Program is an all volunteer program, designing memory boxes for hospital bereavement, serving families dealing with a loss of an infant.

  • Sara Hathaway
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I love A2 arts!

  • John Schwarz
    Chelsea Area

    Mixed media, found object assemblage

  • Georgette Jones
    Ann Arbor Area

    My primary discipline is acrylic painting on canvas. My secondary disciplines are calligraphy, collage, mixed-media and writing.

  • Dave Early
    Ann Arbor Area

    Theatre careerist with 14 years experience in a large variety of performing arts projects and organizations. Designer, builder, electrician, facilities and production management, director, manager, choreographer, performer, and trained combatant are all jobs/roles I have fullfilled in the pursuit of my craft.

  • Marty and Kelly The Pan-American Dream
    Ann Arbor Area

    Traveling from Ann Arbor to Alaska to Argentina while teaching free film workshops to youth and documenting our experience.

  • Lisa Patrell
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Constance Harper
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Amy Nowland
    Ann Arbor Area

    Art Teacher and Artist

  • Susan Skarsgard
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Leslie Masters
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Gregorio Perez
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The prints I create are a reflection of my experiences spent outdoors. I see my degree in Industrial Design as a jumping off point into a world of exploration in both wilderness and art. I hope to express both the wonder and excitement that nature inspires.

  • Jim Russell
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Jean Canavan
    Saline Area

    watercolors, oils, mixed media and collage.

  • Shoshana Hurand
    Ann Arbor Area

    Trained as a community organizer, Shoshana has a knack for finding, coordinating and cultivating resources in under-appreciated places. She received her BA and MSW from the University of Michigan, and spent most of grad school working in art studios and on film sets across southeast Michigan. She was the Co-Director (not to mention recruiter, organizer, and caretaker of over 300 volunteers) for FestiFools, an on-street public arts performance incorporating larger-than-life University and community creations. Now an Ann Arbor staple,drawing a crowd of over a thousand people in its first year and more than doubled in size in year two, has earned Shoshana awards and recognition at the collegiate, local, and regional levels. Having fallen in love with the organization of creative work, Shoshana got her first taste of filmmaking with the EFEX Project as the Community Coordinator and Producer of Bilals Stand (2010 Sundance Film Festival official selection), and has since served with art, production, and management teams on commercials, short pieces, and feature films. Shoshana is available for hire as a consultant, producer, organizer, event planner, and manual laborer.

  • Pamela Guenzel
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Jane Bunge-Noffke
    Ann Arbor Area

    Artist

  • Randy Gilchrist
    Ann Arbor Area

    Tenor; UMS Choral Union, Christ Church Detroit Choir, Twelfth Night Singers; Actor; Birmingham Village Players

  • Donald Hewlett
    Ann Arbor Area

    Paint portraits in oils, pastels, acrylics. Paint still-life in same mediums. Write poetry and plays.

  • Bonnie Wylo
    Ann Arbor Area

    Although I started out in photography shooting concerts as a teenager in the '70s, upon starting college I decided not to pursue it as a career. Nearly 30 years later, I once again took up the camera, but with a much different purpose and more artistic outcome. I'm buoyed by early success in juried exhibits, and excited by the possibilities in merging this artistry with my day job. As a physics professor, teaching and investigating our ever-evolving view of what is real and how we look at it is how I would describe what it is that I actually do. Given that, I like to create images that contain much more beyond the first glance, rewarding the viewer for a more persistent and perceptive gaze. I am currently writing and making images for a textbook I’m calling “Physics for the Right Brain.”

  • Emily Asbury
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Sheila Graziano
    Chelsea Area

    Rooted in ten years of tap dancing as a kid (thanks Mom!), my feet started trembling with excitement when, as a young adult, I first discovered Appalachian clogging and other forms of traditional percussive stepdancing. I knew immediately that this was what I’d been preened for, and have been intimately involved with the traditional music and dance community since the 1980s. I was a founding member of and choregrapher for The Crosstown Cloggers, Crow’s Feet and The Commonwealth Dance Collective, and also spent several years performing as a soloist with a local stringband. My current performance configuration is Matter & Ghost - a collaboration with Michigan’s official state troubadour, Neil Woodward. I am the dance instructor and choreographer for two high school fiddle groups in Washtenaw County, and run ongoing adult clogging classes. Private lessons and special teaching/performance situations are always considered. It took me many years and many miles traveled to find qualified instructors to teach me the art of traditional stepdancing, and am thus extremely dedicated to passing on the material I’ve had the pleasure of learning to any interested folks.

  • Brittney Marshall
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Rob Todd
    Ypsilanti Area

    Rob Todd is a sculptor, furniture designer, and general maker of all things 3-D.

  • Pam Hoffer
    Ann Arbor Area

    Painting portraits is an exercise in bringing out what is inside...I love doing that and am trying to do the same with other subject matter. My palms get 'itchy' to paint when I see artists' work that conveys psychological truth or makes an emotional statement that wakes me up to an intense experience of the subject. ( Alice Neel's work electrifies me, for instance...and locally, Adrienne Kaplan does that with still life paintings.) That is what I hope for..to be able to do that...wake up a viewer, and experience the waking up as I paint, too. Sometimes I can, and it is thrilling. Other times, not! and it ain't so thrilling.

  • Bertie Bonnell
    Ann Arbor Area

    Portrait of your house, garden, or pet. Capture the memories of your home and its surroundings, or your pet, with a keepsake painting for your family. Enjoy your flower or vegetable garden at its peak, even in winter. Keep your pet’s special personality alive with a portrait painting. My house and garden paintings have been featured in two solo exhibits in Ann Arbor and Observer covers. Contact me for an 18 x 24” framed acrylic painting as a gift for your parents or children. Also garden murals for bedroom, bath, or sunporch. With a painting of a beloved pet these members of our family live on in our memories. If possible I’ll meet your pet, take photos, and create a painting that depicts his or her distinctive personality and expression. Call 734-769-6035 to visit my Ann Arbor studio and see examples.

  • marcelle gray
    Ann Arbor Area

    painter: pastel, oil and watercolor

  • Robert Reed
    Ypsilanti Area

    I currently teach cello at EMU and have been a professional cellist for over 25 years, performing with orchestras such as the DSO, Toledo Symphony, and the Michigan Opera Theatre. I have soloed with orchestras across the state and performed chamber music with members of the DSO. I have also appeared with artists such as Mary J. Blige, Rod Stewart, Regis Philbin, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, John Denver, YES, Henry Mancini, Doc Severinsen, Sarah Brightman, Marvin Hamlisch, Sandi Patti, Mannheim Steamroller, Cleo Laine, Andrea Bocelli, Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti to name a few.

  • Natalie Nirdlinger
    Chelsea Area

    Both the preservation and the degradation of memory are present in my work. Memories are always in a state of metamorphosis. By using materials that are impermanent, I have created work that is also in flux. Each time a viewer engages with the art, a new interpretation results, and a different memory comes to mind. There is a tension between the solid portions of memory and the fading, dissolving portions, created by combining permanent materials with delicate, impermanent parts. Wax preserves a delicate structure, but heat destroys it. Enamel lends strength to thin, pierced silver, but shatters if dropped. This tension between stability and impermanence is important to express how I conceive of memories: they are something that we need in order to understand ourselves, but we also sometimes need to destroy or alter a memory in order to protect ourselves. Nothing can change an event from having occurred, but the construction of memories surrounding an event can be altered, destroyed, improved on, and corrected to suit the needs of the individual at any given time. Although we cannot change our past, we can change the way we understand it.

  • Tamika Fisher
    Ypsilanti Area

    Jugendstil-Ypsi provides youth an opportunity to explore different art mediums.

  • carlye crisler
    Ann Arbor Area

    artist

  • Tim Marsh
    Outside Washtenaw County

    My works of art explore nature's dramatic pattern, bold shapes and a vivid color palette with oil as my medium of choice. I enjoy the relationship between the elements within each painting which can lend a touch of whimsy and a hint of a story that can change with each viewer. My work offers an window into an uncommon world. A world that we as humans may catch glimpses of or sometimes hear or read about but rarely see in detail. My goal is to create a porthole for the viewer to experience nature's awesome and unique beauty. Mankind as a whole feels superior to all other living things. My intention is to help people recognize the importance of all life that we share this planet with. In this high tech age I feel that humans have much to learn about our natural world and it is very rewarding for me to be able to help teach them through the images that I create.

  • Jorie O'Brien
    Ann Arbor Area

    I was born and raised in Ann Arbor, then moved to Marquette, MI to attend Northern Michigan University. I graduated in May 2010 with a BFA in Photography. I will be returning to Ann Arbor this August.

  • Brian Shell
    Ypsilanti Area

    Author of "Everyday Single Mom"

  • Valerie Mann
    Saline Area

    artist, painter, sculptor, printmaker, lecturer, instructor, art activist

  • Judith Hanway
    Ann Arbor Area

    piano teacher

  • Stephanie Rozner
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Julia Ashcom
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Marian Short
    Ann Arbor Area

    Marian Short is a printmaker of ten + years residing in Ann Arbor, MI. Following an introductory woodblock class at the Ann Arbor Art Center, she pursued printmaking independently. Marian’s kind of a foodie and never got over children’s picture books, so both influence her frequently whimsical and off-kilter designs. The woodblocks tend to explore potentially serious subjects with a light touch and often incorporate text to help create partial narratives. She displays and sells prints locally at The Side Door Gallery in Dexter, MI; the CAID, Ann Arbor Art Center and Cake Nouveau have also featured prints. For most of her printmaking career, Marian has carved and hand-pulled all designs in the basement; more recently she was invited to use a good friend’s printing press, which she bogarts at the slightest provocation. When not carving or developing “monitor eyes” at her office, she is likely to be cooking, reading or getting up to other crafty high-jinks.

  • Rick Cronn
    Ann Arbor Area

    My interests are in using scrap, recycled and reused material in my sculptures.

  • Joe Levickas
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm a visual artist, curator and arts administrator living in Ann Arbor

  • Matthew Shlian
    Ann Arbor Area

    folding paper, making drawings, petting cats

  • Stephanie Bajema
    Ann Arbor Area

    A recent graduate of Northern Michigan University, Stephanie Bajema holds a BFA in Illustration, specializing in nature education art and comics and children's book and magazine illustration.

  • Christopher Bednash
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Emily Milton
    Ann Arbor Area

    Lone artist seeks place in world.

  • Sarah Spencer
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Brittany Broas
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I just graduated from the textiles department at the College for Creative Studies. I'm eternally optimistic and am excited to get involved with the arts community.

  • Clayton Eshleman
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Lindsay Cooper
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Mark Meier
    Ann Arbor Area

    3D Modeling, Digital Fabrication, Sculpture. Please see my website and blog for examples of my work in furniture design, woodworking, digital fabrication, and sculpture.

  • Lisa Bartlett
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kathleen Ives
    Ann Arbor Area

    Currently a Graduate Student at EMU for Arts Administration, interning at the River Gallery in Chelsea, MI. A 2008 Graduate of CMU with a degree in Drawing and Sculpture. Illustration, drafting, working with fiber, paper, wood, and foam.

  • Mary Perrin
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Angelis Jackowski
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Wes Rae
    Saline Area

  • Jacqueline Roberge
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Jewelry Artisan

  • jan wiedmayer
    Ann Arbor Area

    I especially enjoy sharing my travel experiences through my art. Ever since my college days, I've been ready to "pack-up-and-go." Enjoy the ride with me!

  • James Niemi
    Ypsilanti Area

    artist and musician

  • David Wolber
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am the Artistic Director of Performance Network, Ann Arbor's professional theatre. I am also an actor, director and artists.

  • niki hogan-lefler
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Bri Howard
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm 20 years old, live in downtown A2. I mainly do illustrations, though my forte is in Photoshop and Illustrator. I enjoy tattoo imagery and digital paintings.

  • Mary Mckelvie
    Milan Area

    I have returned to my passion of Watercolor painting after raising my children. Through crafts, murals, acrylic, and transparent watercolor painting, I have created florals, landscapes and nature art. At 212 Art Center in Saline I am currently continuing to explore my love of art.

  • Orin Cassill
    Saline Area

    Photographer

  • Chad Harrison
    Saline Area

    Technology and website services - interactive design, audio design, iPhone, iPad, and website programming services.

  • Bill Burgard
    Ann Arbor Area

    Throughout my life I have always kept sketch books of drawings from observation to improve my skills for capturing reality on paper. I am very confident in my ability to render accurate drawings which also have strong character. Though much of my work deals with decorative shapes and graphic interpretation I am only satisfied when I achieve a high sense of realism in some part of the work. I have been a graphic designer and illustrator since graduating from the University of Michigan in 1979. Most people are familiar with the work I produced as Art Director for the Ann Arbor Summer Festival and the 20 posters I created from 1984 to 2003. Along with my freelance work I am a Lecturer at the School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan. I have been on the faculty continuously since 1993. I am experienced in many media including pen and ink, acrylic, oils, pastel, collage and digital. I am fluent in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. I scan all of my artwork and often manipulate it for publication.

  • Carolyn Weins
    Ypsilanti Area

    I am a pastel landscape artist. Inspired by nature, I am especially attracted to the lighting, textures, and moods of country roads, wetlands, woods, and fields.

  • Lynne Whitney
    Dexter Area

    I try to capture the fantastical shapes, textures and colors found in clouds, trees and vines. I work mostly in oil using reference photos of local land/skyscapes.

  • Molly Marie Nuzzo
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Amy Goldstein
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Laura Bird
    Ypsilanti Area

    I am a theatre artist and educator. For many years, I was a one-person theatre department and so became a true theatre generalist. From selling the tickets, marketing the program, directing, designing and building the show and from planning the season to sweeping the floor, I've done it all. My greatest strengths are as a teacher and a director but I am also a quality scenic and lighting designer and technical director. I have directed over 50 productions and designed sets and lights for well over 40 shows. However, it is the quality of the productions I prize rather than the quantity. My design and directing credits feature a wide-ranging repertoire from classical (Much Ado About Nothing, Comedy of Errors, Tartuffe ) to contemporary (Proof, Curse of the Starving Class, Dancing at Lughnasa), comic (Moon Over Buffalo, The Importance of Being Earnest, Rumors) to serious(Eleemosynary, The Investigation, The Runner Stumbles) straight plays (Arms and the Man, The Playboy of the Western World, Lost in Yonkers) to musicals (Kiss Me Kate, The Mikado, The Fantasticks).

  • Carol Hanna
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Songs of the Birds. Inspiration for these paintings comes from listening to birds sing. Bird species have distinct songs and Carol's desire is to recreate their sound in color, rhythm, and time through her stripe compositions. Each painting is of a particular bird researched for color at the University of Michigan’s Museum of Zoology. A composition is later completed while listening to the bird’s sound recording and viewing its sonogram. The paintings are airbrushed for the shimmering, optical effect of each bird's color and song pattern. A few recent exhibitions include: Slocumb Galleries at ETSU juried by Julien Robson, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, the AAWA annual District Library Show with a First Place Award, in May, a solo Thesis Exhibition at Eastern Michigan University's Ford Gallery and the Greater Michigan Art Exhibition at Dow Museum of Art and Science at Midland. Her works are in private, corporate, and university collections.

  • Summer sMTH
    Outside Washtenaw County

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  • Anoush Saeednia
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am photographer, director Well done is better than well said

  • MARY ROCHELLE BURNHAM
    Manchester Area

    Original works of art by Mary Rochelle Burnham, including portraits and commissions. Mary teaches classes in pastel, oils, acrylics, portraits and caricature, as well as workshops.

  • William Kelly
    Ann Arbor Area

    Thank you for the opportunity to introduce myself.  I have been involved in a number of pursuits and have varied passions and interests.  In the 1990s I was a research librarian at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis for 10 years.  During the latter part of the 90s I got a degree in Sound Engineering and worked for the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre as well as a two year stint as sound designer and board operator at Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago.  After a summer spent in Italy, I returned in 2000 to Chicago, to study the Culinary Arts, got a degree from Le Cordon Bleu, and worked as a Chef at the Drake and Peninsula Hotel’s in Chicago. I moved to Ann Arbor in 2006 and worked as a Chef at the Chop House and finally finished my culinary career at Zingerman’s  Roadhouse, when after 2 years there, I hurt my back. I am now a freelance photographer and have taught myself a great deal about photography and the software that allows me to paint in a digital medium.  I have prints available at several shops and have won awards for my work as a digital painter. I am looking for work that will challenge me in several aspects of business as well as to provide me with the opportunity to help others, while honing my own skills in my pursuit of a new career. This will allow me to fulfill my passions and personal responsibilities, both psychologically and financially. I hope u enjoy my work! I welcome all critiques!

  • Catherine Mercer
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Stephanie Wottreng
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ken Brown
    Ann Arbor Area

    • BFA Columbus College of Art & Design 1962 • BFA Ohio University 1964 • MFA Sculpture, Ohio State University 1966 • University of Michigan Sculpture Studio Coordinator, 1997 - 2007 Woodcarving is a new and extremely stimulating adventure for me. Through it, is essentially my personal exploration of form. The simplicity and honesty of the carving process allows for intense concentration in the reduction of the material into an evolving, expressive structure. Every hit of the mallet, every stroke of the file, alters the wood as it closes in on the finished form within. My images are conceived totally in the round and gradually revealed as I work in a 360-degree fashion. I let the wood guide me to its hidden surprises and discoveries and this makes me eager to see more deeply into the material and try new things. I feel strongly about craftsmanship as evidence of the link between the form, its maker, and the viewer. I want the image to be revealed throughout the form, so that in the finished work there is not a single nub or notch or thread of grain left untouched, underworked or ill-concieved. My goal is a sculpture that achieves an overall sense of completeness. At best I want the work to elicit some emotion and stimulate thought. I want the work to link to its predecessor and beg for its successor.

  • Ian Cruz
    Ypsilanti Area

    I am a singer/songwriter from Downriver. I just recently moved to Ypsilanti.

  • Leslie Martin
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Jay Howe
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Conrad Schafer
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Sam Livingston
    Ann Arbor Area

    Percussion-Marimba-Arts Advocacy

  • Kathryn Duncan
    Ypsilanti Area

    Watercolor artist. Ever since I was a child I have enjoyed drawing and painting, and so I've been an artist most of my life. I am a visual person with an interest in people, animals, and nature. Some of my watercolor paintings are a combination of realistic subjects with soft impressionistic backgrounds, while other paintings are a soft realistic style. I have worked with oils and acrylics in the past, and developed some of my style working with those mediums. I became interested in watercolors a few years ago, and found that I really enjoyed working with that medium. I liked their transparency, luminous colors, and the soft look of watercolor paintings. My interest in watercolors has kept me inspired to continue learning, exploring, and growing. I am a member of the Ann Arbor Women's Artists and my watercolor paintings have been exhibited in several local businesses.

  • Richard Onica
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kathleen Cavanagh
    Ann Arbor Area

    Oil painter

  • Kody Klein
    Ypsilanti Area

    I play guitar and dabble in just about anything else I can get my hands on. I've been playing for about 7 years. I'm not very well educated musically. I have a loose understanding of basic music theory but in general just (as admittedly trite as this sounds) play what I feel. Specifically as a guitarist, I'd say my biggest influence is Johnny Marr. I like the parts I write to have a similar intricacy. I love tinkering with chords to find just the right voicing. More broadly as a musician, I'd say my primary influences are Sonic Youth, Radiohead, SIlver Jews, Modest Mouse, Tom Waits, Them Crooked Vultures, and the Black Keys. I'm interested in playing in any sort of experimental rock group.

  • Mike Fedel
    Ann Arbor Area

    Songwriter, multi-instrumantalist, Improv, graphic arts

  • Ed Comeau
    Chelsea Area

  • Eddie Fritz
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm a freelance filmmaker from Ann Arbor. My focus is towards producing, editing, and motion graphics. In addition I work in other creative mediums as well.

  • Helga Haller
    Ann Arbor Area

    Painter

  • Michael Andreoni
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Mary Light
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Tayleen Marowelli
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Brandon W
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm a 3rd yr law student at U of M. I'm involved in a number of ongoing projects that seek to: make affordable legal services more widely available to artists and creative organizations, explore alternative business models, use open source and creative commons licensing, and generally give artists more control over their work. In previous lifetimes I've been a hack musician, hack filmmaker, and hack graphic designer.

  • Sarah Nicole Tanner
    Ann Arbor Area

    Painter, Sculptor, Muralist, Set and Exhibit Designer, Teacher

  • Gabrielle Pescador
    Ann Arbor Area

    I paint my dream of life.

  • Dennis Gordon
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Sonya Payne
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am new to photography-I love to capture the whimsical images I find in trees, flowers, or any beauty my eyes behold. My goal is to specialize in creative, edgy but classy maternity photos. I also love to experiment with mixed media to create art.

  • al schmitz
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Hilary Lewis
    Milan Area

  • Nicole Pangas
    Chelsea Area

    Studio ceramic artist working in stoneware functional pottery and art tiles.

  • Yakira Peistrup
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kristala Pouncy
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Brandon Lynn
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ann Arbor, MI - based Illustrator and Photographer.

  • Evan Ringuette
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kim Rhoney
    Milan Area

    I am proud to have been a founding board member of the Arts Alliance. I work primarily in oil paint using both painting knives and brushes to create contemporary impressionist works. My studio is located on my family’s rural homestead where I frequently paint what I grow from flowers to chickens, to farm fields.

  • Sandi Miller
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Tad McKillop
    Ann Arbor Area

    Tad McKillop was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1965. He was interested in making art and pretty much all things mechanical since early childhood. In 1985, he began studying figurative sculpture at the University of Michigan and found his passion not only for creating the figure but also the entire casting process. It seemed a natural combination of the two things he loved the most, art and creative problem solving involving tools and construction. Upon graduating in 1988, he apprenticed for Louis Marinaro and continued to learn more about the process and the daily operation of a sculptor's studio. Tad received his MFA in 1992 from the Graduate School of Figurative Art at the New York Academy of Art. Upon graduating he and two business partners opened Daedalus Art Foundry, where he worked until 2000. He then built his own foundry and has continued to expand it, now housed in a 1,800 square foot building and capable of pouring 300 lbs of bronze. Tad has taught sculpture, life drawing and design at the University of Michigan, the University of Toledo, Owens Community College, Washtenaw Community College and Hillsdale College, and continues to pursue teaching part-time. He continues to seek private and public commissions and completed four monumental commissions between 1999 and 2007. In Tad's studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan, there are always many projects in process at any given time. He enjoys modifying and restoring motorcycles, playing guitar, and traveling with his wife Jenny and daughters Maggie and Fiona.

  • Dave SmilingSun
    Chelsea Area

  • tina seifert
    Ann Arbor Area

    arts management consultant

  • Susan Froelich
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Alex Mote
    Chelsea Area

    I am a Drum and Bass Dancer. I aspire to inspire others to Dance no matter what their style.

  • Cynthia Della-Rovere
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Denver Brubaker
    Ann Arbor Area

    Cartoonist Denver Brubaker currently lives in Ann Arbor, MI with his fiancé Jillian and their pet dog Roxy. Denver grew up along Lake Michigan and not only spent lots of time drawing, but playing baseball and building stuff with Legos. He still loves drawing, baseball, and Legos. In his spare time he enjoys walking, drawing, reading, watching TV, going to the movies, or the theatre, as well as read cool, old comics. Denver has an entire bathroom decorated in Superman stuff. If Denver wasn’t doing what he does now he is certain he would have made a great paleontologist that had cool adventures like Indiana Jones. Maybe.

  • Carl Michel
    Ann Arbor Area

    As a composer, I have worked on projects that won a 2008 Emmy Lower Great Lakes Chapter and a 2004 Emmy Cleveland Regional award for music. I have also released two CD's featuring my compositions, both are available at itunes.

  • Leslie Austin
    Ann Arbor Area

    Enthusiastic and fun-loving but serious piano instructor! 20 years' experience; classically trained but teaches all styles. Join me...for the fun of it!

  • vickie peterson michalak
    Ann Arbor Area

    Digital collage with mixed media including screen printing, intaglio, drawing, sewing, taking my collages into the realm of printmaking.

  • Kana Kubota
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Debra Golden
    Ypsilanti Area

    I'm an artist at large - I paint watercolors (MFA), oils, mixed media and the occasional theatre set. I love when I meet others who overlap along with me in various art disciplines (music, theatre, fine art and design!) Current projects include murals, helping empower others through art, book illustration, painting fanciful fish, and creating 'tunnel' books.

  • Sheryl Rose Marshall
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Matt Dolan
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am an artist, writer, musician, and student of architecture. I am interested in duality, thresholds, and nature.

  • James Adair
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Ruth Hogan Krzyzowski
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a landscape painter, working in oils and gouache. I most often do plein air studies in gouache, and larger studio work in oil. In the 1990's I had notecards made of my paintings to support LTC, preserving natural lands in N. Michigan. I hope to connect with other environmental groups who would use my landscape paintings to support their work in any way I can.

  • Carol Darr
    Dexter Area

  • Holly Kreag
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a mixed-media and fiber artist living in Ann Arbor. I received my BFA in Printmaking from EMU, but I currently enjoy making felt, art quilts, and mixed-media assemblages.

  • C. Catherine Kendall
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kate Lebowsky
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am an artist that loves to create toys that bring happiness to children small and big

  • Karrie Waarala
    Ypsilanti Area

    Poet, circus aficionado, tattooed lady.

  • Yen Azzaro
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Jaye Schlesinger
    Ann Arbor Area

    Paintings, drawings, pastels

  • Carolyn Reed Barritt
    Ann Arbor Area

  • LAURA MILLER
    Saline Area

    Acrylics on canvas.

  • Erin McDonald
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Candice Hope
    Saline Area

    I love to dye fabric, sew, quilt and knit. Most of all I like to make art that is useful. I show it all off on my blog & sell it on Etsy.

  • Sandra Squires
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am an all over artist, who can do pg work to x. I just like to have fun with color ;)

  • peter briggs
    Ann Arbor Area

    [url=http://www.yourdomain.com]Your Keyword[/url] Your Keyword "Your Keywords":http://www.yourdomain.com

  • Debra Zamperla
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Joe Roesch
    Milan Area

  • Marcus White
    Ann Arbor Area

    Dance Artist. I teach. I dance. I choreograph. With a focus on versatility and performance, I strive for excellence in my philosophy of dance.

  • Susan McDowell
    Ypsilanti Area

    Glass artist - fused and engraved functional and non-functional wrok.

  • Zolt Orban
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Pamela Pfrang
    Outside Washtenaw County

    oil painter of rare and wonderful things

  • Seth Shaffer
    Ann Arbor Area

    I have been a puppeteer for 17 years as well as an actor. I received my bachelor of arts in theatre and also a bachelor of arts in film. I hold a masters of arts in puppetry from the University of Connecticut (current thesis book in progress). My puppetry technique is based on both puppet construction and performance. I have trained with puppeteers such as Martin P Robinson (Telly Monster from Sesame Street) focusing on television puppetry. Additionally I have had the opportunity to train in multiple forms of puppetry at the Eugene O'Neill Puppet Theatre Conference in CT. I am a puppet coach, teacher, director, builder, designer, and performer of puppetry.


  • Ann Arbor Area

    “ENGAGE. LIBERATE. HEAL | Social Justice and the Arts” July 23, 2011 @ Noon - 6pm This one-day event is a collaboration between social work students, artists and community members, aimed at exploring art as a therapeutic tool and mechanism for positive social change.

  • Sandra Gittleson
    Ann Arbor Area

    Painting is a creative way for me to freeze a special moment in time, to capture an emotion, the beauty of innocence or the passion for something or someone. l am a child at heart and l love to portray in great detail, I am drawn to everyday life, animals/pets and the strength of the human body. Painting can be a challenge, but it is exciting, fulfilling and very rewarding to depict my interpretation using saturated watercolors, incorporating a variety of techniques, like salt, ink, collage or scratching for texture to convey a more improved affect. Painting is a huge part of my life as well as photography. So, it works out great when working on a commissioned painting or on a pet portrait. It is my hope that my art entertains, pleases and ultimately inspires you.

  • Andrea Inostroza
    Outside Washtenaw County

    My paintings, my life what can I say. I love what I do, and strongly feel one of the most beautiful and indescribable mediums when I use it..., oil pastels.

  • Sarah Huff
    Ann Arbor Area

  • LIz Fiero
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Professional fine artist who specializes in abstract, realism and landscape drawings and paintings. BA of Art Education from Eastern Michigan with k-Adult teaching certification. Memeber of the Ann Arbor Association of Women Artists and Michigan Art Therapy Association.

  • Fred Reif
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Eon Kim
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Brenda S. Kerster Richardson
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Artist working in a variety of mediums both professionally and personally. Web site maintenance and design; fine arts (oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylics), fiber arts (spinning, weaving, knitting), and music (piano, Celtic harp, violin, guitar, vocals), video editing and post production. Member of Brighton Art Guild. Works as Information Specialist at Hamburg Township, and Daily Programming Director at Channel 99, Hamburg Township Television.

  • Autumn Aslakson
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Carly Warden
    Ann Arbor Area

  • caroly n wallace
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Laura Alcantara
    Ann Arbor Area

  • bonnie ross
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Katalin Andris
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Gabby Follett
    Ann Arbor Area

    Gabby Follett is a recent graduate from the University of North Carolina Wilmington where she earned her B.A. in Film Studies. Gabby’s colorful childhood travels have given her a strange outlook on life and interest in the extraordinary stories of seemingly ordinary people. Gabby was born in Brooklyn, New York, and has lived in five states in 21 years—giving her both a vast array of experiences and a sense of hometownlessness. In addition, she has travelled along the entirety of both the East and West Coasts as well as the Southern border of the United States. She is the oldest of five children and a member of a rather large extended family—this experience makes her particularly interested in stories that involve families.

  • Jeanine Center
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Dolores Carlson
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Karen Martin
    Ann Arbor Area

    Hi,I am Karen Martin from USA.For most people a garage door is not a priority thing to own in their homes.If you live in a big city then steel garage doors are the better option for safety.Good Gate openers can improve the security and safety of your home.

  • Jacob Underson
    Ann Arbor Area

    I Am Jacob Underson California, USA.Professionally I am share broker.Mostly i have done share treading in currency.Presently i am working on A globalcurrency. gold ira This site give he information about currency

  • Carol Brown
    Milan Area

    I am Carol From USA.I like to learn new thing related to Order Fulfillment companies.River Plate Inc. is an end to end Fulfillment, Logistics, Warehousing and Distribution center that has been in business since 1992 located in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles.

  • Eric Schweizer
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Paul Forringer
    Ann Arbor Area

    Individual

  • Joseph Kemeny
    Milan Area

    I paint "Dreamscapes". My landscape paintings reflect both the inner and outer world. Through my compositions I represent how the reality we experience is both observed and created by us. My goal is for the viewer of my artwork to be able to "escape" into the painting and hopefully be inspired by it. I paint with oils on masonite. I enjoy the smooth surface of wood for rendering fine details. I also create digital images using Photoshop and Bryce. Often I will first create the image digitally and then reproduce it with oil paints. The subjects in my paintings are rendered in a realistic manner but with an overall surrealistic mood. My compositions are non-figurative. I want the viewer of my artwork to experience it first hand as if they were in the scene themselves experiencing it firsthand. I have participated in many local art fairs and shows including the Ann Arbor Summer Arts Fair. Thank you for your interest in my art and please visit my website josephkemeny.com.

  • Jackie Ludtke
    Chelsea Area

    I am a self-taught artist from Chelsea. I love to paint abstract portraits! I use acrylic paints, and I paint on everything from canvas, ceramic tiles, handbags and shoes! I also paint with my computer and have these designs printed on handbags, t-shirts, card cases and more! I hope you love my work as much as I love creating it!

  • Roxanne Fogel
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Nathan Witus
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Jessica Jacobi
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Jasmine pierson
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Janet Kelman
    Ann Arbor Area

    Janet Kelman has created sculptural and architectural glass for homes and businesses in the metro area since 1970. Her work includes fused glass, mosaics, and sandblasted windows, doors, and mirrors. Commissions are invited. Janet offers classes in fused glass that are challenging and fun! Beginners are welcome.

  • Tekikki Walker
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Jennifer Allen
    Milan Area

    I am Jennifer, like to read and study about online business.One thing on internet I like that availability of different types of coupons and HP coupons.

  • francine j. harris
    Ann Arbor Area

    Poet, educator, editor and prose writer.

  • Noor Andi
    Outside Washtenaw County

    just honest and good looking person

  • Rachel Parke
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kirsten Lund
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Nancy Wolfe
    Ann Arbor Area

    Painter, Educator and Art coordinator for Kerrytown Concert House. Nancy has open studio sessions and workshop in Image and Poetry available at her studio

  • t a
    Ann Arbor Area

  • liviu nastase
    Ann Arbor Area

    hello!!! I'm Liviu and I live in Transilvania....

  • Carrie Burdzinski
    Ann Arbor Area

    Plays soprano recorder and oboe. Transcribes and arranges music. Seeks to collaborate with other serious, professional musicians for recordings, gigs, and performances in the metro area.

  • Judith Jacobs
    Ann Arbor Area

    I earned a B.S. in Design at the UM School of Art in 1964. I have exhibited my art – mostly work on paper – for over 45 years in local, regional and national shows and in arts publications. A former collage artist, I now import into my computer photos and scans of graffiti, posters and urban walls, popular culture images, and my own previous work. They are then layered, manipulated, and recombined onscreen in Photoshop. The images are then printed on a wide-format fine-art digital printer using archival inks and paper. All of my digital artwork can be seen on my website.

  • Felicia Macheske
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am an artist working in pastel, oil, and acrylic paint. My work comes from my desire to understand the natural world. I use my interest in art and creating things as a method for learning and understanding what I find most beautiful and intriguing in the world around me.

  • C.L. Zudak
    Ann Arbor Area

    A creative writer in the Ann Arbor area.

  • Pat Bogusz
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Sarah Ross
    Ann Arbor Area

  • rachael decambra
    Ann Arbor Area

    just a local "starving" artist

  • Philip Painter
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm a digital and traditional media artist. I primarily focus on figurative and portraiture work. My studio is located downtown Ann Arbor.

  • Peggy Arden
    Ann Arbor Area

    Fiber Artist, Photographer, Puppet Artist, Art instruction for children.

  • "five miles more"
    Ann Arbor Area

    Jazz Band

  • 555 Nonprofit Gallery and Studios
    Outside Washtenaw County

    555 Nonprofit Gallery and Studios mission is to enrich the arts in a diverse Metro-Detroit. 555 was founded in 2002 in Ann Arbor and migrated to Detroit in 2004. 555 promotes and develops the arts by providing artists and the public with opportunities and resources to make art and be engaged with the arts. 555 inspires creativity by transforming underutilized spaces into dynamic and diverse arts environments that provide artists and community members the freedom, flexibility, and resources needed to develop artwork within a communal and publicly accessible space. 555 facilitates the development of emerging artists through offering exhibition and installation space; hosting and supporting local, national, and international Residency Artists; leading and collaborating in the development of Educational programs for the visual and performing arts; providing Studios and workspace for practicing Local artists; and developing Public Arts programming. 555's Residency Program is intended to create a better, creatively driven city by providing space for arts and community dialogue. In addition, we provide rental studio space for local artists, who are able to engage with residents as both teachers and students. To meet our goals we have been working to establish a stable location that is affordable, accessible, flexible, and open to a diverse audience and membership.

  • a2tango
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ann Arbor's Argentine Tango studio. Our teachers, djs, and organizers are among the most experienced in North America and are dedicated to promoting the social art of tango throughout our community and beyond. For more information, email us and/or subscribe to the a2tango mailing list (available on a2tango.com). We hope to see you on the dance floor!

  • A3radio.com
    Ypsilanti Area

    Ann Arbor's Internet broadcaster focusing on Local Artists and Local items of interest and news. Live performances and interviews with our areas most interesting people.

  • Jayna Eckler
    Ypsilanti Area

    Painter,primarily water colorist with some mixed media and encaustic work.

  • The Academy of Early Music
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Academy of Early Music is an all volunteer organization that presents a series of concerts each season that celebrate the richness of music from the Middle Ages to the Classical Era and feature artists and ensembles from around the world who specialize in period performance. Concerts are presented at the historic St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in downtown Ann Arbor.

  • Lisa Scott
    Ann Arbor Area

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  • Libby Watson
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The Adrian Symphony Orchestra is the Professional Orchestra-in-Residence at Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan. We exist to provide the highest quality musical performances and to enhance the lives of everyone in Southeast Michigan.

  • Alena White
    Ann Arbor Area

    It’s Alena a die hard fan of trendy and classy Jewells. I just love pendants especially swarovski pendants.

  • Alf Studios
    Ann Arbor Area

    Makers of fine concert violins, violas, and 'cellos.

  • Maria Jones
    Outside Washtenaw County

     Hello, I am Maria. I am Intern at Alter Imaging. Alter Imaging is a Charlotte SEO Company, generating targeted visitors and additional transactions.

  • AMPlifying the Arts
    Ypsilanti Area

    AMP’s mission as a student organization is to connect EMU student artists with audiences, venues, and opportunities, and empower them to take their creative practices and move them into potential careers.

  • Ann Arbor Art Center
    Ann Arbor Area

    This is where creativity and community meet, and have met, for 100 years! A contemporary art center with exhibition galleries, a shop and art instruction programs for adults and children, it is the place in town to enjoy the arts in many ways!

  • Ann Arbor Art Center
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ann Arbor Art Center: Exhibition Gallery
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Nancy Karp
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living is a community enrichment, learning, and advocacy center for people with disabilities in our community. We offer a variety of arts opportunities throughout the year including: month-long art workshops (past topics have included poetry, photography, and scrapbooking), an open art studio once a week, and a performing arts group.

  • Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
    Ann Arbor Area

    We've been fostering a love of theatre since 1929. A2CT provides opportunities for members of the community to participate in a theatre setting--both on-stage and off--and for the community to experience quality theatre performances!

  • Ann Arbor Dance Works
    Ann Arbor Area

    Formed in 1985, Ann Arbor Dance Works is the resident professional dance company of the University of Michigan Department of Dance. Dedicated to the collaborative process, the company shares a wide-ranging repertory with audiences. In addition to producing works by resident UM Dance faculty choreographers, the company hosts guest choreographers from the US and abroad. Designers, poets, videographers, visual artists, scholars, and composers collaborate with company members, contributing to the creation of innovative and multi-layered works of resonance, depth, and beauty. Since its inception, Ann Arbor Dance Works has produced choreography to critical and popular acclaim in New York City, throughout the Midwest, and internationally. The company has also produced unique projects in the Ann Arbor community, including the creation of several large-scale site dances with a variety of community partners. Annual performances are given in the spring and fall in campus and community settings. Artistic Director for the company is Jessica Fogel.

  • Kirk Schneemann
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ann Arbor Federation of Musicians Local 625
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Federation of Musicians, Local 625 of the American Federation of Musicians, an organization of professional musicians since 1912, serves to meet the needs of musicians by advocating the interests of its members, and through education, collective bargaining and group benefits, as well as by encouraging, promoting, supporting, and developing audiences for the preservation, enjoyment and appreciation of performances by professional musicians.

  • Ann Arbor Fiberarts Guild
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Fiberarts Guild (AAFG) provides opportunities for fiber artists to meet and exchange ideas, and to learn about fiber art through lectures and workshops. In addition to monthly meetings, the Guild promotes the enjoyment of fiber arts through information and demonstrations. We also sponsor sales and exhibits of our members' work, and participate in the Ann Arbor State Street Area Art Fair. The AAFG is an educational, not-for-profit club of fiber artists. It was founded in 1956 as a club for weavers and still has a large contingency of members who are weavers, as well as many members who create other forms of fiber art.

  • Ann Arbor Fiberarts Guild
    Ann Arbor Area

    Voluntary membership organization promoting fiberarts in the Ann Arbor community.

  • Donald Harrison
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the longest running independent and experimental film festival in North America. I am also a documentary filmmaker.

  • Ann Arbor Film Festival
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Film Festival is internationally recognized as a premiere showcase for creative, inspiring, and influential films of all types: avant-garde and experimental, story-based narratives, documentaries, and animation. As the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America, the AAFF is steeped in a rich tradition of ground-breaking cinema. Thousands of influential filmmakers have showcased early work at the AAFF, including luminaries such as Kenneth Anger, Agnes Varda, Andy Warhol, Yoko Ono, Gus Van Sant, Barbara Hammer, Lawrence Kasdan, Devo and George Lucas.

  • Jennifer Cornell
    Ann Arbor Area

    The 40,000 sq. ft Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum offers over 200 interactive, family-friendly exhibits. Designed to inspire imagination and curiosity, exhibits include hands-on fun with physics, energy, health, engineering and more. The Museum welcomes kids of all ages, from two to 92.

  • Robin Little
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ann Arbor Potters Guild
    Ann Arbor Area

    A cooperative non-profit ceramics studio with over 50 members. Range of work includes functional pottery, sculpture, tile work and wearable art. Two sales per year at the studio in late April and early December and at the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Two sets of ceramic classes for up to 15 students are offered twice a year.

  • Ann Arbor Public Art Commission
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Public Art Commission (AAPAC) was formed in 1998 to encourage greater community awareness of, access to, and participation in the visual arts. In 2007, City Council passed the Ann Arbor Public Art Ordinance, which provides, in part, for one percent of capital project costs to be set aside for public art. AAPAC's mission is to create public art in Ann Arbor that improves the aesthetic quality of public spaces and structures, provides for cultural and recreational opportunities, contributes to local heritage, stimulates economic activity, and promotes the general welfare of the community.

  • Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts
    Ann Arbor Area

    Music lessons, classes and ensembles, open to all ages and stages

  • Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts
    Ann Arbor Area

    Non-profit community music school, providing instruction for students of all ages and abilities.

  • Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original is a non-profit 501(c)3 arts organization dedicated to increasing public knowledge and appreciation for contemporary fine arts and fine crafts by creating opportunities that connect artists, the Ann Arbor community and the general public to their mutual benefit, culminating in a top quality juried art fair. Begun in 1960, the award-winning Street Art Fair is the original of the now four art fairs that take place each July.

  • Ann Arbor Summer Festival
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an exhilarating celebration of performing arts, outdoor entertainment, and community spirit. Each year, this three-and-a-half-week cultural and social event offers dozens of performances, activities, screenings, and more, with eclectic music, dance, comedy, film, visual arts, and family fun.

  • Mike Michelon
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ann Arbor Symphony
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra is a premier regional orchestra that offers live, symphonic music for all ages. The A2SO touches the lives of over 76,000 people annually from tiny tots to seasoned citizens in venues ranging from the Michigan Theater to Hill Auditorium, to schools in the five-county area, libraries and senior centers.

  • Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra is passionately committed to enriching the culture of the region. We strive to attract, inspire and educate the most diverse audience possible, foster a growing appreciation for excellent music and regional talent, and provide imaginative programming through community involvement.

  • Ann Arbor Women Artists
    Ann Arbor Area

    AAWA is a non-profit organization of approximately 230 women and men with connections to Ann Arbor, Michigan, ranging from beginning to professional artists. The purpose of the AAWA is to stimulate creative expression and sharing among its members in order to continually raise the quality of the art produced. Still run as a volunteer organization, members exhibit their work in several different shows and exhibition spaces throughout the year. The organization also offers workshops and monthly events, including presentations by artists and others in the art field who speak on a wide variety of topics.

  • Shel Markel
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Ann Arbor Young Actors Guild
    Ann Arbor Area

    YAG operates as a production company and as a resource center for education through drama. YAG welcomes all student actors, from novices to seasoned veterans, and offers an annual season of full-scale productions in a variety of theatrical styles, as well as a summer theatre academy, which includes courses for young actors and directors in a variety of theatre arts. YAG was founded in 1993 by Sue Roe, a director and theatre educator with over 37 years experience in directing, teaching and acting. Ms. Roe came to Ann Arbor in 1990 from England, where she directed over 100 productions with young people and adults and developed recognized methods in working through theatre. The focus of the organization is on the opportunity to create a “journey” through the process to the production, into which each student may arrive at self-knowledge and explore their own creativity. YAG provides a variety of opportunities for young actors ages 8 through college. Past and present performance venues include the Lydia Mendelssohn, Trueblood, and Arena Theatres at the University of Michigan, The Ark in downtown Ann Arbor, Ryan and Cook Theatre, and various Ann Arbor public school auditoriums. YAG has an acknowledged partnership with the University of Michigan’s Theatre Drama Department and the Ann Arbor School District. Faculty includes accredited teachers in the theatre arts, university professors and theatre professionals. YAG’s awards include the 1994 Annie Award for “Outstanding Emerging Arts Organization” and the 1997 Annie Award for “Outstanding Youth Organization.”

  • The Ann Arbor Young Actors Guild
    Ann Arbor Area

    YAG operates as a production company and as a resource center for education through drama. We welcome all student actors, from novices to seasoned veterans and offer an annual season of full-scale productions in a variety of theatrical styles.

  • Ann Arbor Young Actors Guild
    Ann Arbor Area

    YAG was founded on the deep conviction that true theatre can be created, not just by relying on the special gifts of exceptional people, but that the dramatic experience is an enrichement of the personality that can be shared by all.

  • Anne Savage
    Dexter Area

    Photographer Commercial & editorial photography services. Specializing in food photography

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  • Arbor Art Festival
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The Arbor Art Festival is designed to increase public knowledge and appreciation for fine arts and fine crafts in Michigan. The festival will be hosted by and take place at Spring Arbor University in Spring Arbor, Michigan. The University has a strong art program and an art gallery on its main campus. The University is known for a large Christmas event, Hanging of the Greens, with over 2,000 people attending. The Arbor Art Festival will be the University’s signature Spring event and will feature artists from all over Michigan and beyond.

  • Julie Martin
    Ann Arbor Area

    Henna Artist

  • Arbor Opera Theater
    Ann Arbor Area

  • KA Letts
    Ann Arbor Area

    Paintings and works on paper.

  • Argus Museum
    Ann Arbor Area

    The museum's collections feature Argus Camera Company products, such as cameras, projectors, darkroom equipment, and sighting devices. Also on display are employees' personal items, and images taken with Argus cameras. The museum also explores the stories behind the company and its products.

  • The Ark
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Ark is Ann Arbor's non-profit home for the best contemporary and traditional live music.

  • Delilah Smith
    Ann Arbor Area

    oil and watercolor artist

  • Rachael Van Dyke
    Ann Arbor Area

    11 years of experience as an art and design educator for K-12th grade, as well as an adjunct prof. at the College of Creative Studies in Detroit, MI. Received my Masters in Art Education at Kendall College of Art and Design. Professional artist: www.rachaelvandyke.com

  • Art Meets Business
    Ann Arbor Area

    Art Meets Business is designed to help creative people in and around Ann Arbor master marketing, customer relations, pricing, negotiating, the use of technology, and other skills critical to their success. The program is open to writers, musicians, artists, dancers, actors, arts instructors, photographers, and other creative entrepreneurs who are self-employed or own businesses. AMB members have access to individual coaching, monthly networking meetings, business skills training workshops, and other resources.

  • Emily Slade
    Ann Arbor Area

    Hello There! I'm Emi..the girl who creates highly stylized and one of a kind paintings and sculpture, equipt with screaming color and the infamous "smoking mushroom" icon. I am a full-time working artist, die-hard A2 and Ypsi lover, and notable artist in this inventive and ever-growing art scene. I started out my career as co-creator of the Atomic Art Collective (based in Ann Arbor), an organization based on community enrichment and social/artist networking. I found this to be my calling and have since gone on to organize and particpate in many MANY ypsi/A2 events (and of course events all over the world as well) every year!!!!

  • Rory Russell
    Ypsilanti Area

    Associate publisher of Art Showcase Magazine, a fine arts & culture bi-monthly magazine for southeastern Michigan.

  • Art-A-Licious
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Art-A-Licious is an annual festival of fine arts, music and food along Main and Maumee streets in downtown Adrian.

  • ArtFairCalendar.com
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Arts advocacy websites for art fairs, including ArtFairCalendar.com (online listing of fine art fairs around the country), ArtFairInsiders.com (social networking community for artists), ArtShowReviews.com (art fair reviews by artists for artists), CallsforArtists.com (art fair opportunities)

  • Arthur Miller Theatre - University Productions
    Ann Arbor Area

    The 280-seat theatre, named after the esteemed American playwright and U-M alumnus, represents the most public component of the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. Drama Center.

  • Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The largest public display of art in Livingston County, with over 65 years of art from Arthur Secunda. The mission of the Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University is to celebrate the life and legacy of Arthur Secunda and other accomplished Michigan artists.

  • The Artisan's Bench
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Located in Downtown Brighton, we are looking for local artists to showcase and raise awareness about the arts in Michigan.

  • Dennis Guastella
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Lidia Simeonova
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Rebecca Pavy
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I am a design artist and writer. I work with glass to develope large panels. Beautiful translucent glass-on-glass, as well as opaque, solid and durable surface art. Tell me what you want and I will create it for you.

  • Artistica Gallery
    Dexter Area

    Artistica Gallery, fine gifts and art by local artists located in charming downtown Dexter.

  • Thomas Rosenbaum
    Ann Arbor Area

    Multimedia painter. Emphasis on representational and abstract art.

  • Artrain, Inc.
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Arts Alliance
    Ann Arbor Area

    The umbrella organization for all things arts and culture in Washtenaw County.

  • Dorrie Milan
    Ann Arbor Area

    Currently, I co-direct Curtain Call Dance in Canton, Mi. I also am the Membership/Program Assistant at the Arts Alliance.  

  • Justin Fenwick
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Cindy Johnson
    Dexter Area

  • Tamara Real
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Arts Alliance acts as a catalyst for community growth through arts and culture. I am a someone who believes that arts and culture are the foundation of a healthy, prosperous, and vital society. And, they're fun!

  • Mori Richner
    Ann Arbor Area

  • John Hill
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Allison Neal
    Ann Arbor Area

    Program Manager

  • Arts in Motion Dance Studio
    Ann Arbor Area

    At Arts in Motion we provide high quality dance instruction to students of all ages with an emphasis on self-expression, musicality, creativity, and artistic integrity.

  • Ann Stofflet
    Saline Area

    I am a writer (playwright, short story), photographer and vocalist. I also enjoy stone carving and sculpture, drawing and watercolor. I have an MBA in Marketing and Communications and Media Management.

  • Judy Enright
    Outside Washtenaw County

    My art is a construct of ideas derived from many sources to present insights into universal truths and explore the concept of paradox in our ever-expanding world. These original oil paintings represent modern folklore using mythology and other past ideas either true or of the hand-me-down-variety. I paint in series. All series include a musical theme. I like to show my view of the human condition along with our inner kinship.

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  • Brad Kopek
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Avatar Design House provides high-end products and services for a wide range of clients throughout Metro Detroit and Southeastern Michigan. Knowmad Gallery fine art offerings include photography, digital scans and mixed media pieces. Avatar Design House focuses on commercial art services and design consultation rooted in sustainability. Both run from a fully outfitted digital studio and workshop. Our space was remodeled to create one of the most sustainable residences in Michigan.

  • Ballet Chelsea
    Chelsea Area

    Ballet Chelsea builds strong individuals through high caliber training and performance excellence while giving back to the audience that supports us through arts education and community outreach. Under the guidance of artistic director, Wendi DuBois, company members produce two full-length ballets each season, as well as participate in cameo performances and demonstrations throughout Southeastern Michigan. Company auditions are held each August. Ballet Chelsea also offers a three week Summer Dance Intensive.  

  • Laura Atkins
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Barbara Goodsitt
    Ann Arbor Area

    Barbara is a member of the Colored Pencil Society of America, and the Ann Arbor Women's Artists organization. She teaches Colored Pencil Techniques in Southeast Michigan at Washtenaw Community College and at Ann Arbor Community Education & Recreation. Barbara has a degree in Fine Art and graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. She has worked in scientific illustration for hospitals and universities and is a published illustrator for the University of Michigan Press and others. Her freelance client list spans several industries including medical, educational, business, and nonprofit organizations in Madison, Boston, Seattle and Ann Arbor. Currently, Barbara exhibits her fine art in galleries and juried art shows. Artists Statement: I am a contemporary realist. As a professional illustrator, I carry the precision of illustration into my fine art. I enjoy exploring exciting ranges of color, texture and light. I like to present common objects such as food, still lifes, and animals in unusual and interesting ways. Each stroke is applied with the spirit of the subject matter in mind. Inspiration comes from the beauty and simplicity found in nature or things we encounter everyday, which can be overlooked in our hurried lives.

  • Baron Glassworks
    Ypsilanti Area

    OUR MISSION: At Baron Glassworks we desire to create a diverse environment where people from all walks of life can satisfy their curiosity and creativity using glass as the primary medium. WE OFFER: • Classes in Furnace Glass blowing, Torch Working, Fusing and Slumping Glass & Private instruction • Corporate Outings / Team Building • Youth programs • Artist studio rentals • Gallery sales ABOUT US: The furnace at Baron Glassworks was ‘fired up’ on November 24, 1998. This studio was designed and built to function equally as a teaching facility and as a working artist’s studio. Annette Baron, as the founder/owner of Baron Glassworks and a recognized artist, is committed to providing a unique and rewarding experience to all who have a passion for glass. WHO WE SERVE: • The curious novice. • Established Artists exploring new media. • Aspiring Artists and Artisans in need of incubation. • Art Collectors seeking a deeper understanding of the workings of glass. • The Renaissance man or woman who can recognize a good opportunity when they see one.

  • BathHouse Reading Series
    Ypsilanti Area

    The Bathhouse Reading Series brings in a number of writers and artists —both innovative established writers and exciting up-and-comers—who perform readings of their work. All events are free and open to the public.

  • jeanne adwani
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Molly Indura
    Ann Arbor Area

    Teaches Intentional Creativity Painting Workshops

  • Gail Ristow
    Ann Arbor Area

    Handcrafted metal and semi-precious stone one of a kind meditation/focus bead strings. Aid for mental, spritual and physical well-being.

  • Bear Track Studios
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Bear Track Studios is a collaboration of three Michigan nature artists located in Pinckney.

  • BECA: Bridge for Emerging Contemporary Art
    Outside Washtenaw County

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  • Belleville Area Council for the Arts
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Belleville Area Council for the Arts is hosting an art show August 28 11-7pm. The show is open to all artists in all medium. The phone number is my real job work number as I am a volunteer with BACA. A Non juried show, but after entry will be judged for cash prizes. For appllcation, please email. Thanks. K

  • Betsy Finn
    Dexter Area

    A two-time PPA Photographer of the Year, Betsy Finn, Cr.Photog., CPP is one of Michigan's finest portrait photographers. Her work has hung in international exhibitions, and won Detroit's Best of Show (2008+2009). Her studio, Betsy's Photography, provides portrait + wedding services for the discerning individual. Don't trust your memories to just anyone, trust the Best!

  • Bidlack Creative Group
    Ann Arbor Area

    Bidlack Creative Group is an Ann Arbor-based leader in education, arts, and business marketing, branding, and design for universities, schools, and other related organizations.

  • Kandy Myny
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I am a mixed media artist

  • The Blackbird Theatre
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ann Arbor's Daredevil Theatre creates critically acclaimed, innovative stage productions. In their new downtown location, the Blackbird is expanding its season of professional theatre and unparalleled free youth outreach. Founded in 1998, this company began staging new works and bold new interpretations of the classics. From 2003-9, the Blackbird was in residence at the Children's Creative Center on Ann Arbor's West Side. Now in a new downtown location, the Blackbird continues its diverse, boundlessly creative work, reaching a larger audience from Ann Arbor and beyond.

  • Jean Buescher Bartlett
    Ann Arbor Area

    An intrigue with the interplay between pictorial, written and spoken language has led me to print, illustrate, bind and publish limited edition, letterpress printed, as well as one-of-a-kind, handmade books. In many ways they are material investigations into the immaterial. This work is often collaborative, drawing on the expertise of calligraphers, papermakers, photographers, writers, painters and letterpress printers. In each unique book or edition I aim to integrate all of the parts into a resolved whole - from the selection of metal typefaces or hand written text, inks, paper, thread, and book cloth; to erudite and enlightening texts; to sublime and meaningful illustrations; to the physical design of the book structures themselves. Jean Buescher Bartlett teaches Book Arts and The History of Modern Design at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. She maintains a studio and bindery in Ann Arbor's Old West Side. Jean received her MFA in Book Arts from the University of Alabama in 1989. Her work is in over fifty major collections worldwide, including the New York Public Library, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Detroit Public Library, and the University of Michigan Special Collections. She has been making limited edition, letterpress printed, illustrated books under her imprint, Bloodroot Press, producing one-of-a-kind artists' books, and teaching Book Arts workshops across the country for the last twent -five years.

  • BLOOM Gallery
    Dexter Area

    BLOOM! Gallery is housed in a unique space in an historic barn with an exposed structure. As part of a garden center, there are also significant opportunities for outdoor displays of sculpture work or 'living' pieces.

  • Blue House Ann Arbor
    Ann Arbor Area

    Blue House is a handmade studio in Ann Arbor offering studio space, workshops, consignment shop, events and artist networking events. Blue House connects local artists to the community at large by providing a creative platform that supports handmade craft and the hands on learning opportunities vital to sustaining the diy lifestyle.

  • Blueprint Literary Magazine
    Ann Arbor Area

    Blueprint was founded in March of 2010 when a group of like-minded students from across the engineering college recognized the need for an accessible medium through which students and faculty of the College could showcase their creativity in non-engineering subjects. This new organization, then called "CoE Literary Magazine," imagined an annual publication where members of the College could share their works of creative art with the rest of engineering community. Blueprint has since expanded its initiative to incorporate the three other schools on North Campus-The School of Art & Design, The Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and The School of Music, Theater & Dance-to encourage the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas among members of the North Campus community.

  • Bob Palmerton
    Saline Area

    Bob Palmerton specializes in painting landscapes with soft pastels. Among Bob’s many subjects, his favorites include farm and woodland scenes throughout Southeast Michigan, the beaches of his native New York, and the mountains, rocks and streams found on hiking excursions in the National Parks.

  • Bradley Edwards
    Ann Arbor Area

    Bradley graduated from the University of Utah with a BFA in Illustration. He has produced images for just about anything under the sun you could stick a graphic on. Some notable clients include: Warner Brother's Records, A Lot Like Birds, Grey Dog Coffee, Zebra Skimmers, Equal Vision Records and Tarina Tarantino.

  • Jon Milan
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Brakemen is a folk trio lead by pianist, composer Jon Milan, with Scott Clauser and Jeff Sizemore, Milan's Randy Newman/Bob Dylanesque singing style, with songs of historic towns and happenings, paint pictures of the past, present and future.

  • BRAZILE ENTERPRISES
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Brazile Enterprises is a professional writing service. We offer professional and inspirational writing. Services consist of Copy Writing, Information booklets, Newspaper Articles, Creative/Descriptive Writing, Inspirational/Spiritual Writing and more. We provide: Periodical Writing, Newspaper Writing, Inspirational/Spiritual Writing. We also provide Health/Wellness & Inspirational Books: My first literary project is my book, “The Painful Reality of Fibromyalgia (PRF)”. The PRF is a 18 page booklet that explains in cornbread terms, what Fibromyalgia is; the symptoms, and other conditions and disorders that sometimes accompany Fibromyalgia. It talks about Fibromyalgia food triggers, and the herbs, vitamins/supplements that can benefit you in the relief and tolerance of your Fibromyalgia pain. Being that I suffer from Fibromyalgia, my book is very personal and basic. It is easy to read information that other fibro sufferers can relate to. Included are personal poems of pain written during my sleepless nights of Fibromyalgia pain. In addition, there are a couple of pages for you to write down your feelings and thoughts about your own chronic pain, and to keep track of what gives you relief. Journeys, (An Inspirational Journal), is my next book that will be coming soon. Our mission is to maintain the integrity of truth and honesty. We strive to satisfy our customers with results you can be proud of. We cater to small business entrepreneurs in need of business logo, letterhead, stationery, business cards, brochures, and other vital business materials to help make their business visible. We provide writing services to share words of wisdom and inspiration to the many hearts and souls that are in need, through our inspirational writings. Life is learning how to laugh and to cry through it all, without feeling guilty.

  • Brighton Art Guild
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Our mission is to foster and encourage the expression of the visual arts. The Brighton Art Guild began in 1999 when a small group of artists and art lovers met at the Brighton District Library to discuss the formation of a visual arts organization for the Brighton area. The goal was to benefit the artists and the community. The Guild 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with over 100 members. Our members are artists and art lovers who volunteer to manage the Guild's programs, create and maintain the Guild Web site; publish a monthly newsletter available on the Web site; and have contributed to a variety of community programs and organizations.

  • Diane Bennett
    Ann Arbor Area

    We provide Art Workshop Retreats in Ann Arbor, MI at the Botanical Gardens. The Workshops are taught by award winning instructors in a variety of mediums. We also work as Art Consultants offering original art, reproductions, and commissions for businesses, universities, and institutions.

  • Burbeck Studio Theatre Playwrights
    Ann Arbor Area

    A playwriting group dedicated to promoting new works. ArborwWrites supports members with workshop style meetings and 2nd stage performances.

  • candace pappas
    Chelsea Area

  • Carol Roeda Studio
    Ann Arbor Area

    Carol Roeda Studio is a gift and home decor store located in Downtown Ann Arbor featuring the art of Carol Roeda and the Sticks handpainted furniture line.

  • Carole Fletcher
    Ann Arbor Area

    Phography -- 35 mm - what you see is what the camera captures -- framed prints, matted prints, prints, greeting cards, tiles, books, msic.

  • Carriage House Theatre
    Ann Arbor Area

    Description A small community theatre company in Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to livening up the local arts scene with great theatre productions in an eclectic, challenging, antique venue. Located on Third Street between Jefferson and Madison, we're an easy stroll from downtown and only four blocks from the lovely Washtenaw Dairy.

  • Kay Cassill
    Saline Area

    My early inspiration came from the Impressionists. Then printmaking with Lasansky demanded a higher skill level and draftsmanship which I thrived upon. I find I am often drawn to mythology to explain the images my mind's eye reveals to me. Being an identical twin has encouraged my awareness of dualities, double images, echoes and related subjects as well as my fascination with old photographs and history.

  • Suzanne Smith
    Ann Arbor Area

    cellochan, located in Ann Arbor, MI., is a program for cellists created by Director/Teacher Suzanne Smith that has thrived and evolved for over fifteen years.

  • Susan Boyes
    Ann Arbor Area

    Art therapy, psychotherapy, counseling to help people improve their lives in creative ways. Assist in healing for worry, PTSD, and life transitions.

  • Charlie Naebeck
    Ann Arbor Area

    Photographer specializing in Fashion, Commercial, Portraits, Head Shots, Weddings, Seniors, Models, Bands, Workshops, and Fine Art

  • Chelsea Area Players
    Chelsea Area

    Chelsea Area Players (CAP) is a non-profit community organization that has been serving Chelsea and the surrounding area since 1972. CAP's mission is to enrich the educational and cultural life of the community, to encourage community interest and active participation in the theater, and to foster the engagement of area youth in the dramatic arts.

  • Chelsea Center for the Arts
    Chelsea Area

    The Chelsea Center for the Arts was founded in 1994 with the intent of ensuring that arts & culture were a vital part of everyday life in Chelsea and the surrounding area. Currently, we are a vital part of the Chelsea community by ensuring broad access to the arts through education and initiatives such as Sounds & Sights on Thursday Nights, Culturality, Midwest Literary Walk, community arts projects and more.

  • Lisa Hinz-Johnson
    Chelsea Area

    Director of Music & Co-founder, Chelsea Center for the Arts; Voice Instructor

  • Chelsea Center for the Arts
    Chelsea Area

    Developing, fostering and promoting music and visual art in Chelsea, Michigan and the surrounding communities.

  • Chelsea Center for the Arts
    Chelsea Area

    The mission of the Chelsea Center for the Arts is to enhance the quality of life in Chelsea and the surrounding areas through programs which encourage engagement with the arts. The CCA offers lessons, classes, workshops, outreach programs, exhibitions, performances, and special events for children, teens, adults, and seniors. Programs produced with community partners, such as the Sounds & Sights Committee, the Chelsea District Library, and the River Gallery, further enhance the capabilities and impact of this important cultural resource, which also strives to contribute to the vitality of downtown Chelsea and support local and area artists.

  • Chelsea Center for the Arts
    Chelsea Area

    The mission of the Chelsea Center for the Arts is to enrich Chelsea and the surrounding communities by fostering the creation, understanding and enjoyment of the arts, with a wide variety of art and music programs and events for youths and adults.

  • Chelsea Center for the Arts
    Ann Arbor Area

    Enriching the quality of community life through programs that foster the creation, understanding, and enjoyment of the arts.

  • Chelsea Comfort Inn & Village Conference Center
    Chelsea Area

    Our 4,400 square foot Village Conference Center can accommodate up to 300 guests for meals, meetings, receptions, exhibits and much more!

  • Chelsea District Library
    Chelsea Area

    "Best Small Library in America" 2008

  • Chelsea Painters
    Chelsea Area

    Chelsea Painters is a diverse group of talented artists who strive for excellence in the art of painting. Members are actively involved in art on local, regional, and national levels and include nationally recognized painters and Signature Members of renowned artists' societies. Juried membership is by sponsored invitation only and limited to 25 members of intermediate and above skill level. The group meets weekly to encourage and support one another in strengthening their individual visions for their art. Members are given many learning opportunities including workshops with nationally known teachers, monthly critiques, discussions, and creative activities. Active member participation is the key to the group’s success. Chelsea Painters showcase their collective works in an annual Art Fair on the grounds of Chelsea Community Hospital the first full Saturday and Sunday in June. The group also provides its members other venues for exhibiting their art including such places as Chelsea Center for the Arts, Ella Sharp Museum, UM Power Center among others. Chelsea Painters is committed to supporting the local community. A percentage of their annual Art Fair sales is given to the Chelsea Center for the Arts for scholarships and children's programs. Other donations are made annually to the Chelsea Community Hospital Auxiliary. For more information about Chelsea Painters and to subscribe to receive exhibit notifications, visit www.ChelseaPainters.com.

  • Ilona Brustad
    Ann Arbor Area

    I'm a mosaic artist working primarily in glass tiles and mixed media.

  • Chelsea Sounds & Sights Festival
    Chelsea Area

  • Chelsea Writers' Workshop
    Chelsea Area

    Founded in the spring of 2006, the Chelsea Writers' Workshop is a group of creative writers who meet every other Saturday morning throughout the spring and fall. During the summer we hold special events, seminars, and open mic readings. Our writers write novels, short stories, creative nonfiction, memoirs, poetry, drama, flash fiction, children's books, and some other things not so easily defined. Each Saturday, three writers have their work critiqued by the others. Once each season, a published author joins us to lead the critique and answer our questions on writing, publishing, getting an agent, and other topics of interest. Our members are over 18, computer savvy (submissions are uploaded to a group site) and serious about writing. Some of us have won contests and writing awards. BUT, we also encourage writers who have never workshopped before to join us for useful feedback, sharing of information about writing, moral support, and general hilarity!  

  • Chin-Azzaro
    Ann Arbor Area

    Chin-Azzaro is an art + design firm. Focusing on aesthetics for home and business, we have over 20 years of combined experience in the fine art and commercial photography world. Feel free to call or email any time for a complimentary consultation. We specialize in: PHOTO . MURAL . APPRAISE . CONSULT

  • Chin-Azzaro
    Ann Arbor Area

    Chin-Azzaro is an art + design firm owned by husband and wife team, Nick and Yen Azzaro. Specializing in all areas of aesthetics including appraisal (American art), consulting, photography, installation, commissions, buying + selling at auction, they can transform your home or brand your business. Initial consultations are complimentary around the Ann Arbor area.

  • The Choral Connection
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Choral Connection is a high-energy performance troupe, specializing in four-part vocals and stylized choreography delivered with a dash of humor. Shows always feature colorful costumes and props, as well as a few surprises. Founded in 1994, the 18-member group (or its smaller ensemble, Etcetera) sings and dances its way through a wide range of American popular music. These groups deliver unique arrangements of vintage and contemporary standards, as well as fresh takes on tunes that are unusual, quirky, and just plain fun. The Choral Connection and Etcetera entertain at public and private celebrations and special events in all types of venues throughout southeast lower Michigan. They’d love to add musical pizzazz to your next occasion! Artistic Director: Carolyn Tjon Burnstein Accompanist: Anita Delph Percussionist: Eric Nyhuis

  • Chris Amos
    Ypsilanti Area

    Chris has worked as a part-time and full-time professional photographer since he was a sophomore in high school (2004). He has specialized in sports, wedding, automotive (editorial & commercial), portrait, and headshot photography. Since mid-2011, Chris has worked (part-time) as the Multimedia Editor at Winding Road Magazine where he is in charge of all video content for the magazine. Chris also is a regular freelance photographer with automotive magazines/websites such as AUTOWEEK, Winding Road, and Autoblog. In early 2012, Chris became inspired by New York headshot photographer Peter Hurley and decided to create and grow a headshot photography business in addition to his work as an automotive photographer. The skills needed in both headshot and automotive photography strike the perfect balance for Chris. Automotive photography/video gives him a venue to enjoy and pursue his passion for cars, while headshots allow Chris to flex his "people skills" and ability to get the best out of those in front of his camera. Background: In May 2011, Chris graduated Albion College with a bachelors in geology and a minor in art. However, halfway through his college career, Chris discovered a passion for business, and realized his calling to continue to grow in his photography after graduation. He would become a full-time professional photographer who just happens to know a lot about rocks. Some of Chris's interests and passions include: entrepreneurship, psychology, mountain biking, grassroots auto racing, ice skating, cars, herpetology, partner dancing, geology, diet & well-being, reading books, watching TED talks on his iPad, the outdoors, talking in a Scottish accent, and oh yeah...photography (of course).

  • Circle of Art
    Saline Area

    The Circle of Art is a prime example of what happens when community-focused artists and professionals come together. Now in its 7th year, this fundraising collaboration between the Bowe family (owners of Dexter & Saline Picture Frame Co.s), area artists and over 40 volunteers raises money for local nonprofit, the Food Gatherers. In a nutshell, this is what happens: artists donate small pieces of art and the Picture Frame Co. provides free matting. The art is made available for online bidding until the last, celebratory day, when the Saline Picture Frame Co. hosts an all-day silent auction -- and the highest bidders take home the spoils. All proceeds go to fighting hunger -- with the average winning bid for a single piece generating enough money to feed one child three meals a day, for one month. Over the past ssix years, hundreds of established and emerging artists have donated 2,400 + works of art, which have collectively raised over $100,000. Each year, the circle has expanded to include more of everything: artwork, volunteers, art lovers and money raised-- and hopes are high for 2011. Online bidding is already underway and new art is being received daily. The Circle of Art: Turning Art Into Food Since 2005 - become a part of it

  • Pamela Simmons
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Carla Kohoyda-Inglis
    Manchester Area

  • Clay Gallery
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Sally Goldberg
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Ceramic Artist, member Ann Arbor Potters Guild

  • Community Records L3C
    Ypsilanti Area

    Community Records L3C (CRL3C) is a social mission organization that builds community through music education, songwriting and music production, artistic collaborations and community involvement. We create relationships with people, organizations and communities to produce creative solution to social barriers using art. We promote positivity in music workshops, producing music that is suitable for young people and families. "We support you creating the most beautiful image of your world." We strive toward... * constituting positive realities using creativity * using creative energy as a force to build better relationships with our selves and others * creating and maintaining positive learning environments * transforming anger, hate, frustration and confusion into constructive projects to help others * using music as a medium to help us deal with complex emotions and realities, physical circumstances and to overcome obstacles of race, gender, class, ages, etc.

  • Community Theatre of Howell
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The Community Theatre of Howell prides itself on producing high quality theatre productions. Through an educational partnership with the Howell Community Recreation Department and a Summer Camp program ,CTH continually focuses energy on providing community members with opportunities to learn about performance art and perform.

  • Linda Peasley
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Community Theatre

  • Jeff Meyers
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Beth Steinkellner
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Concordia University Theatre
    Ann Arbor Area

    Within its distinctly Christian environment and its academic community dedicated to excellence, Concordia University serves as a liberal arts University of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, preparing men and women for a life of service in the church and in the world. Theatre is an art form which explores the human experience in the most direct manner possible. Ideas, issues, and events are enacted in a live performance so that actor, technician, and audience member alike must confront the artists’ vision. Theatre’s collaborative nature develops the leadership, organization and communication skills useful for a life of service. Mission

  • Robert Boardman
    Ann Arbor Area

    Freelance Conductor, specializing in rehearsing and performing symphonic works from the standard orchestral repertoire and contemporary music. Band, Chorus, and Opera as well. Interests include cross disciplinary collaborations and events of community significance.

  • Julie Yeager
    Ypsilanti Area

    I create a wide variety of colorful and unique hand-painted and etched glassware, designed with fun and functionality in mind! I began painting glass about eight years ago. It started as creating something fun and functional for myself, and slowly progressed into a small business. My clientele has grown from friends and family to now include the public through a variety of arts and craft shows and retail stores and galleries. My audience is growing, and so are my glass creations. In addition to hand-painted glassware, I have also added etched glassware. The hand-painted and etched pieces are safe for food and drink, and most are dishwasher and microwave-safe. Each piece is truly functional for everyday life. In addition I also do acrylic painting, jewelry making, photography and copper enameling. I love trying new mediums and I especially love teaching art to others (kids especially) - I love to see and help others find their creative talent.

  • The Corner Cup Cafe
    Dexter Area

    Quaint coffee shop at the corner of Main and Broad Street in Dexter exhibiting local artworks on a rotating basis.

  • David Esau
    Ann Arbor Area

    Creative, responsive architectural services for commercial buildings and accessible residences

  • Lesley criscenti
    Ann Arbor Area

    Multi arts creator and educator

  • Carrie Gardner
    Ypsilanti Area

    Fused Glass

  • Creative Rights
    Ann Arbor Area

    Creative Rights is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free legal representation, educational programs, and project coordination services to the creative community. We seek to spark a renaissance in creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship and to redefine the way in which legal services are delivered.

  • Creative Rights
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Gordon Alexander
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Photographer/Graphic Designer/ Educator

  • Kristi Davis
    Ann Arbor Area

    Kristi is a drama therapist, choreographer, dancer, and founder of Creative Spirit Healing, LLC--a company dedicated to using creative arts therapies and holistic health education to inspire healing of mind, body, and spirit!

  • Creative Studio Group LLC
    Ann Arbor Area

    Creative Studio Incubrator

  • Cultural Alliance of Southeastern Michigan
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The regional voice of arts and culture - our mission is to help nonprofit arts and culture organizations to thrive and to be sustainable community assets.

  • Cultural Art Strings
    Manchester Area

    Providing string music education to the youth of Manchester

  • Dayle Micoff
    Chelsea Area

  • Frederick Fischer
    Dexter Area

    laminated redwood furniture with no straight lines

  • Jane Darling
    Saline Area

    Jane Darling is a plein air painter, interpreting the landscape impressionistically using soft pastel and watercolor. Her studio is located in her home at Darling HIll Farm south of Saline.

  • Marsi Darwin
    Chelsea Area

    I believe that we are largely in charge of our own destiny. I envision the reality in which I'd like to live, and then do what I can do make it happen. I create little worlds, whether in glass, or in words, or in web designs, that make the imagination come alive. Stained and etched glass ornaments, coasters, and panels in celestial and southwestern designs are my trademarks.

  • Bill Darwin II
    Chelsea Area

    I learned the art of stained glass from my grandfather when i was 16, and have made a living doing it for over 30 years. Custom doors and windows are my specialty, for homes, churches, and businesses. About 10 years ago I started restoring and selling antique slot machines as a sideline, which is now a thriving business.

  • David Austin
    Ypsilanti Area

    Multi media artist and gallery owner.

  • David Hoornstra
    Ann Arbor Area

    Graphic Designer doing a little oil painting, photography and video on the side. My primary avocation – fencing in all its forms from modern Olympic-style to combat in 60 lb. of armor – keeps me active. I dabble in period art forms and medieval scholarship, looking to be published this year.

  • Stephen Davis
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Sally Day
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Deborah Campbell
    Ann Arbor Area

    Deborah is a nationally exhibiting studio artist and Life Coach specializing in working with 'Cultural Creatives' ---- and interested in all things transformational

  • dedicated to make a change, L3C
    Ypsilanti Area

    Dedicated to Make a Change, L3C - which is an all inclusive youth organization.  The mission is to encourage youth to examine and to learn about issues of justice, diversity and social responsibility through action.  We provide a learning environment for youth while cultivating partnerships with the community. 

  • Depot Town Community Development Corporation
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Terri Devall
    Ann Arbor Area

    Graphic Design for Marketing and Communications. Specializing in education, nonprofits, retail, finance and building industry. Please contact devall@comcast.net for complete resume, list of clients and samples.

  • Dexter Arts Center
    Dexter Area

    Dexter Arts Center mission: To enrich lives and build a vibrant community through the arts. We inspire creativity, learning, and personal growth through our arts programs, performing and visual arts, presentations, and community collaborations. We promote the enjoyment of the arts through outreach, instruction, performances, and special events for all ages.

  • Mike Vickers
    Dexter Area

    Songwriter and arts supporter

  • Dexter Community Band
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Dexter Community Band was founded in 1982 and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in Dexter Michigan. Now in its 32nd season the band, all volunteers, has grown to about eighty members.

  • Dexter Community Orchestra
    Dexter Area

    The Dexter Community Orchestra is an amateur musical group in Dexter, MI, dedicated to cultural enrichment through live symphonic music.

  • The Dirty Wolverine
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Dirty Wolverine is a collection of vintage garments exclusively representing the University of Michigan and state of Michigan. Through a series of pop-up boutiques, TDW aims to bring a thrift experience to members of its community in order to encourage more eco-friendly shopping habits.

  • Discover Milan News
    Milan Area

  • Disorder Studio: Stockyard Stomp
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Joy Naylor
    Ann Arbor Area

    Designers providing art consulting, sales and commissioned work to business & residential clients. Rotating art exhibits within business environments.

  • Katherine Larson
    Ann Arbor Area

    Katherine Larson has done over 150 murals across the United States, illustrated 10 nationally distributed children's books and over 40 Ann Arbor Observer covers as well as countless magazine and commercial publication art. She is also a fine artist and was awarded Artist in Residencies at both Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and The Porcupines Wilderness Park in 2008. A classical singer as well, Katherine has been featured many times with the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra and has performed several roles such as Tosca and Madama Butterfly with local opera companies. Please visit the website at www.katherinelarson.com for more details.

  • David Dominic
    Ann Arbor Area

    David Dominic, Jr is a Detroit based photographer/videographer who has traveled the world and been shaped by a variety of experiences in his 39 years of life. As an engineering graduate from the University of Michigan, he brings attention to detail and technical mastery to his work. With fourteen years of project planning and program management in the high pressure field of automotive engineering, David can bring in a quality product on time and on budget. But it takes more than technical skill and planning to make a great photograph. It takes life-shaping experiences for one to be able to step back and observe situations with a different eye. Chess champion, rodeo champion, motor sports racer, musician, writer, camper, climber, adventure racer, husband, and father. All of these things have shaped his life and molded his eye. Whether David is photographing models or children, food and drink, foreign landscapes, or is on the road with a band, he brings honesty, reliability, and creativity to his photographic work. His motion picture work includes documentaries, music videos, and commercial work, where he not only creates the imagery but also directs and produces the shoots. David is also a member of the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians which helps to bring a unique cultural perspective to his work that most creatives in his field do not possess. In addition to his imaging work, David is currently pursuing his teaching degree at the University of Michigan so that he can pass on to other generations his knowledge and experience.

  • Cecily Donnelly
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a graphic designer and illustrator as well as a painter; I once thought these endeavors were separate but have realized that they're strongly connected and inform and enrich each other. My design/illustration/editorial work includes award-winning books, brochures, logos for university and business clients; my paintings, available through River Gallery and Splaine Dolan Fine Art, focus on the landscape and are usually oil on linen. I work quite large, usually basing my paintings on small on-site watercolor sketches. I feel lucky to live in such a beautiful area.

  • Mike Ball
    Ann Arbor Area

    Mike Ball is an Erma Bombeck award-winning humorist and author of "What I've Learned So Far..." Mike is also a folk singer/songwriter who is known for his quirky, funny and often heartfelt lyrics. His band, "Dr. Mike & The Sea Monkeys," is named after a recurring character in his nationally-syndicated humor column.

  • Michelle Lumia
    Chelsea Area

  • Dreamland Theater
    Ypsilanti Area

    a venue in Ypsilanti's downtown entertainment area, decorated with bizarre artwork, that hosts puppet shows (often "for mature audiences only"), live music, improv theater, and films.

  • Lori Fithian
    Ann Arbor Area

    I offer an interactive, all-ages program that I call "Drummunity". With my van-load of hand drums and percussion instruments, I'll travel to all kinds of community groups and gatherings to facilitate some amazing "in-the-moment" music-making. It's "Rhythmic FUN for Everyone" - with a message of team-building, unity, diversity, creativity, even ecology, all wrapped up in a community drum circle program.

  • Kelly Close
    Dexter Area

    Private lessons in voice, piano, Voice Movement Therapy. Group lessons in voice, Voice Movement Therapy

  • Lily LaFollette
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I have studied many styles of oil painting. I most frequently fall into a subjective tonal impressionist style of painting. I love to paint on location, in plein air, around Michigan and other places in addition to my studio work. Having grown up in a rural environment, I enjoy the simple quiet places in nature. While exploring the forest trails, or driving the country roads, I am reenergized, completely at peace, among the seemingly tranquil existence of nature and the wildlife so fortunate to live there. You will find me in these places, painting what excites me, capturing feelings of a place that can be far more reaching than paint can express.

  • Eastern Michigan University
    Ann Arbor Area

    The apparel, textiles and merchandising curriculum offers practical career-oriented knowledge and skills as well as theoretical foundations of marketing fashion apparel and accessories.

  • Eastern Michigan University
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Eastern Michigan University Art Department
    Ypsilanti Area

    The EMU Art Department offers many programs, including: Bachelor in Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts in Art History as well as a B.S. and BFA Certificate. Areas of study: Photography Art Education Graphic Design Watercolor Printmaking Painting Textiles Drawing Sculpture Ceramics Jewelry Foundations Art History

  • Eastern Michigan University Choirs
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Monica R. Sholar
    Outside Washtenaw County

    We cover a wide variety of tasks: • Creating manuscripts that are ready for submission to literary agents • Creating scripts for stage and screen plays • Mass marketing and distribution of literary novels • Providing non-traditional publishing services and acting as a third party on behalf of clients who wish to self publish. This consists of: • Assigning ISBN number for Work • Copy writing Work though Legal Zoom • Registering Work through Bowker for Books in Print • Preparing and submitting a press release for Work • Preparing the manuscript for the editing process • Outsourcing of Work for editing • Outsourcing of Work for typesetting through CompuArt Design • Creating and managing an author profile for the purposes of marketing on several literary networks • Outsourcing Work for print • Registering Author with book carriers and arranging schedule for signing and touring opportunities I am also a fiction writer and am currently working to turn my novel No Pie In The Sky into a stage play.

  • Jeannie Ballew
    Ann Arbor Area

    As a book coach, I help people write books and get them published. As a writer, I write young adult fiction. As a community member, I facilitate the Ann Arbor Writers Workshop and will soon be co-facilitating the monthly poetry readings at Sweetwaters in Ann Arbor.

  • EMU Campus Life
    Ypsilanti Area

    Campus Life offers student-centered learning, development and involvement activities that challenge and support the unique gifts, needs, experiences and interests of our students, our professional staff members and members of the broader campus community.

  • EMU Theatre
    Ypsilanti Area

    Eastern Michigan University Theatre is dedicated to providing entertaining and enlightening theatre for our audience and to expanding the knowledge of our students and their ability to create the theatrical event. Our Mainstage season runs from September thru June and features a minimum of six faculty or guest artist directed productions. The student-directed Laboratory season produces as many as 15 works annually including a student-written one-act festival. Additional opportunities are available in our touring troupes and thru special event performances.

  • The Encore Musical Theatre Company
    Dexter Area

    The Encore Musical Theatre Company is a non-profit musical theatre located in the historic Village of Dexter. Our mission is to bring professional musical theatre to Washtenaw County and beyond. We showcase Broadway performers and top local talent to bring you the best in musical theatre

  • Envisions Design, Ltd.
    Saline Area

    Museum Exhibition Design, Master Planning, Strategic Planning,

  • Gretchen Adracie
    Ann Arbor Area

    Sowing the seeds of hoop-love far and wide. Hoops! Yes, the kind one spins around one's body. Beautiful, custom hand- decorated hoops for your specific height, weight, and fitness level. Instruction in hoop-making and actual hoop use is available. Get your hoop on!

  • Heather O'Neal
    Ann Arbor Area

    The simplicity represented in my drawings interrupts a busy world in motion. I feel an instinct to capture thoughts, moments in time, situations and scenes and put them on paper. I most often use permanent marker and watercolor to describe what I see. If my camera is available, I will take a picture and capture the moment more clearly. Hand blown glass, bead jewelry and metal works are other artistic endeavors I've explored. Wherever I go, I document my travels and adventures through writing, and sometimes I make music videos to capture the journey.

  • Susan Falcone
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a watercolor artist focusing on nature (particularly birds) and Celtic subjects. My work reflects my lifelong research, observations and field studies of nature.

  • FestiFools
    Ann Arbor Area

    FestiFools strives to bring students and community volunteers together to create unique public art that is free and accessible to everyone.

  • Jill Ault
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Fighting Obstacles Knowing Ultimate Success (F.O.K.U.S.)
    Ann Arbor Area

    Fighting Obstacles Knowing Ultimate Success is an arts advocacy 501(c)3 organization with chapters at the University of Michigan and in New York City. In encouraging student, local and national artists to develop and share their creative talents, F.O.K.U.S. also strives to create and foster a diverse community by using the arts as a common medium. F.O.K.U.S. encourages artists, art enthusiasts, and other communities to work together and expand their comfort zones through arts-related events and dialogues. Our NYC location compiles and publishes Insight Magazine. For submissions, write to info[at]onefokus[dot]org

  • First Unitarian Universalist Congregation
    Ann Arbor Area

    We have beautiful facilities suitable for a range of activities, including a 350 seat Sanctuary, 250 seat Social Hall and numerous smaller class and event rooms.

  • Alexander Harrison
    Ann Arbor Area

  • FLY Children's Art Center
    Ypsilanti Area

    FLY Children’s Art Center is a non-profit organization in Ypsilanti, Michigan whose mission is to provide meaningful art making experiences for children ages 3-10. We offer classes in our community for a small fee, as well as activities inside public schools at no cost to the students. Young children need every opportunity to learn how to be critical thinkers, risk takers and creative problem solvers. This lays the groundwork for their future greatness. The programming at FLY Children’s Art Center is open studio format. Supplies and tools are arranged cafeteria style, inviting each child to select what ever they wish. Children in our sessions engage in the process of decision making, problem solving, creative ingenuity and ultimately art making.

  • FLY Children's Art Center
    Ypsilanti Area

    FLY nurtures creativity by offering open-studio art experiences to underserved children. We bring art supplies and “teaching artists” to kids in their own neighborhoods—essentially creating mobile, temporary art studios. Fly is a nonprofit organization that works to subsidize our class offerings so they are low cost or no cost to the children and parents we serve. Our teachers are professional artists who offer structure and assistance while encouraging children to dream, imagine, plan, execute their ideas, and ultimately succeed.

  • FLY Children's Art Center
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Kimberly Mertz
    Dexter Area

    Hello! I make Fairy Doors! These are little doors that you can place around your home to welcome in fairies and other fae folk (who will hopefully bring you good luck.) I make them all by hand out of clay and embellishments. There are other things I do/have tried, but my fairy doors have been the most successful so far. Glassblowing has been another favorite activity, but is quite costly. I have been an arts enthusiast for as long as I have been able to hold a crayon. When I was growing up I found that nothing could make me happier than experiencing or creating art, in all its forms. Now that I have done lots of experimenting with where I want to take my skills, I am (hopefully) ready to get my personal business up and running. A "regular job" can not compare to starting a business of your own when it comes to personal joy and freedom, at least for me, and I hope to get the opportunity to explore my options as a young artist in a competitive economy.

  • FOUND
    Ann Arbor Area

    FOUND is an eco-friendly shop in the historic Kerrytown district, featuring artists who use found or recycled materials, plus a fun mix of vintage and new merchandise.

  • Jon Margerum-Leys
    Dexter Area

    Jon Margerum-Leys is an alto and baritone saxophone player (soprano and tenor as well), doubling flute and clarinet. He is a co-founder of the quartet Fourth Wish, plays lead with the Saline Big Band, has played with the Jimmy Dorsey and Harry James Orchestras, and subs with many other organizations. Jon has gigged in 18 states, has a degree in music from the University of Wisconsin, and is a veteran of the United States Army band program.

  • Francie Wesorick
    Dexter Area

    I have always had a love for drawing people. I draw custom portraits of people using both colored pencil and graphite. Please visit my website for more details.

  • David Frankel
    Ann Arbor Area

    I make beautiful ceramic plates & platters with elegant lace patterns imprinted in the clay. Turquoise is one of my favorite glaze colors. I am a member of the Potters Guild and participate in their sales. The Ann Arbor Art Center sells my pottery.

  • kathy baker
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Sarah Rigg
    Ypsilanti Area

    Sarah Rigg is a freelance writer and copy editor with more than 15 years experience writing for print and Web publications.

  • Friends of the Porkies
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The Friends of the Porkies is a nonprofit organization that represents the interests of all users of the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. The Park has a breathtaking 60,000 acres of natural beauty located in Ontonagon County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Among our many programs and endeavors we manage the Folk School, an Artist-in-Residence Program and the Music Festival.

  • Mary Underwood
    Ann Arbor Area

    Front Porch Textiles offers handwoven textiles, handspun yarns, custom yarn design, lectures and classes. Additionally Mongolian and Bhutanese textiles are available for sale. Open by appointment.

  • Selina Scott
    Ann Arbor Area

    Hey I am Selina from USA.I like to learn new hings related to Fulfillment Services companies & their services.While searching this time I got lot to know about Fulfillment Services provider company name i.e River Plate Inc.Due to budget issues, it is difficult to allocate a company like River Plate Fulfillment, which can benefit small to medium size companies.

  • Gretchen Adracie
    Ann Arbor Area

    Using wood, cotton boards, glass, and an excellent design sensibility, I put together presentation units for others artwork. In short, custom framing.

  • Michael Hostettler
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Musician, composer, engineer

  • Gifts of Art, U-M Health System
    Ann Arbor Area

    Gifts of Art brings the world of music and art to the University of Michigan Health System’s patients, visitors, staff and community. We offer a number of different programs, including nine changing exhibit galleries, weekly performances, an artist in residence program that brings art making activities to the bedsides of patients, Bedside Music, and a symphony orchestra for members of the U-M life sciences community (Life Sciences Orchestra), which performs two free concerts a year at Hill Auditorium. We also have the Friends Meditation Garden and an Art Cart, which brings colorful framed prints to patients at their bedsides so they can choose art for their rooms. All exhibits and performances are free and open to the public. For more info, please visit: http://www.med.umich.edu/goa/ or call 734-936-ARTS (2787).

  • Gini Robison
    Ypsilanti Area

    Whimsical Pins and Hair Ornamens and Rings Jewelry to make you smile

  • glacier hills senior living community
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Glass Shack Studio
    Ann Arbor Area

    Glass Shack Studio is located in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor. We are an art glass studio and offer a variety of mosaic classes and workshops that include stained glass mosaics, mosaics with Italian smalti, and Dalle de Verre mosaics. All ages welcomed. As well, we operate an in-studio stained glass and supply shop for mosaic and stained glass artists. We sell sheets of glass by Youghiogheny, Uroboros, Bullseye, Wissmach, Spectrum, and others. We also carry glass cutting tools, solder, and foil. We also love to feature other artists! Please check website to see current featured artist. To learn more about our studio please visit www.GlassShackStudio.com, or give us a ring at (734) 904-4663, or email haley@glassshackstudio.com

  • Selina White
    Ann Arbor Area

    Hey,I am Selina from USA.I am creating a documentary on subject glucosamine for dogs .While searching this time I got lot to know about Natural Solutions for Life.They providing the best and highest quality products.

  • Kady Rose
    Ann Arbor Area

    Kady is the Marketing Specialist at Google-Penalty. Our team are expert in natural penalty lifting techniques. such as google penalty removal and google penalty recovery.

  • Gordon Hall-DAHSAM
    Dexter Area

    Built in 1841Gordon Hall, a Greek revival mansion, was the founder of Dexter's home. It is owned by the Dexter Area Historical Society and Museum and is available for special events.

  • Great Lakes Contemporary Ballet Company
    Ann Arbor Area

    Great Lakes Academy of Dance, Professional Ballet Company

  • Great Lakes Performing Artist Associates
    Ann Arbor Area

    Great Lakes Performing Artist Associates is a non-profit booking agency serving artists, presenters, and educational programs throughout the Great Lakes and the nation.

  • Gregory Fox
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Christopher Pressey
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Shawn Neal
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Shawn Neal is the co-creator and producer of GBS Detroit, a new music and media platform designed to serve the needs of the areas independent musicians in this ever changing music business. Shawn has also been a performer in various independent music projects including "The Sugar People" and most recently worked as a Solutions Consultant at Apple, inc.

  • Grosse Pointe Art Center
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The Grosse Pointe Artist Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and promoting artistic talent and art education through the actions and participation of a diverse membership. The GPAA is committed to show casing a wide range of artistic styles and media through various community outreach activities, including exhibitions, lectures, and art classes. It is devoted to continuing its legacy of support for the arts by maintaining and operating space known as “The Grosse Pointe Art Center.” We welcome your membership and submissions to our exhibitions and Gift Shop.

  • The Guild of Artists & Artisans
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Guild of Artists & Artisans is a non-profit, membership organization of professional artists. Guild members can be found throughout North America and Europe. The Guild’s mission is to promote community awareness, understanding and appreciation of the visual arts and to maintain a support network for artists, which provides educational, mentoring and marketing opportunities. Best known for its award-winning Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair, The Guild is recognized and valued for its ability to bring the fine art and fine craft directly to the individual via its art fairs and festivals. It is committed to the preservation and enhancement of arts and culture in the community.

  • Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley ReStore
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Hand in Hand Music
    Ann Arbor Area

    Provide Music Together, early childhood family music classes, for children ages newborn to 5 years and the adults who love them. Experience the joy of singing, dancing, and playing instruments with your children. Fantastic research based curriculum developed by The Center for Music and Young Children in Princeton, NJ.

  • Lien Nguyen
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Barbara Hardesty
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Harriet Kozyn
    Dexter Area

  • judith bemis
    Dexter Area

    I am engaged in continuing to paint from my experiences in Ghana, W.Africa, working in a U.N. Refugee camp. I have journeyed there on 7 different occasions to work with refugees from other war-torn countries in W,Africa. Having worked for many years as a clinical social worker, my hope is to convey through my paintings [rather than just words]the "stories" of these traumatized people. I am trying several media to accomplish this.

  • Greta Dongvilllo
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Hill Auditorium - University Productions
    Ann Arbor Area

    Standing tall and proud in the heart of the University of Michigan campus, Hill Auditorium is the venue where the major public events of the university take place. Former U-M regent Arthur Hill bequeathed $200,000 to the university for the construction of an auditorium for lectures, concerts and other university events. Hill Auditorium could be the ideal site for a signficant corporate meeting because its unique, hemispherical stage allows a speaker to have an intimate rapport with 3500 people. Hill Auditorium's most famous association is with the best performing artists the world has to offer. Since its opening in 1913, this impressive structure has served as a showplace for important debuts from a wide variety of the arts, and also has provided the locale for long relationships between artists and Ann Arbor audiences. With superb acoustics that highlight everything from the softest high notes to the most thunderous climaxes, Hill Auditorium is known and loved throughout the musical world.

  • hiren parikh
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I am a visual person and I enjoy observation of my surroundings. Art is my voice, through painting I can comprehend and express my thoughts or comments on the complex society that we built today.

  • Harvey Ovshinsky
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Rebecca A Kaltz
    Ann Arbor Area

    Freelance Violinist, Violin teacher in Ann Arbor and Chelsea. Horizon Strings Group- quartet, trio, duo or solo strings for your event. Also have a Celtic group, Foxtree as well.

  • Heather Herrera
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Liviu Poleuca
    Ann Arbor Area

    Contemporary artist, sculptor, designer.

  • Jeff DiCenzo
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Primarily in the insurance business. Weekend Warrior musician with band, playing 30-40 times a year.

  • Ian Nagy
    Ann Arbor Area

    I make lotsa art for the Zingerman’s Community of Businesses. My stuff has been in PRINT magazine, PRINT magazine’s REGIONAL DESIGN ANNUALS (six years straight: 1997-2002), AUTOMOBILE magazine, SAVEUR, GOURMET RETAILER, ATTACHÉ magazine and the following books: - The Mad Scientist’s Notebook - How to Write Your Life Story - 1,000 Bags, Tags, & Labels: Distinctive Designs for Every Industry - Small Graphics – Design Innovation For Limited Spaces - Zingerman’s Guide to Better Bacon - Zingerman’s Guide To Good Eating - Zingerman’s Guide to Giving Great Service - America’s Great Delis - Meishi – Little Graphic Art Gallery Of The World - Catalog: The Illustrated History of Mail Order Shopping E-mail me at iannagy at gmail dot com so I can send you a pile of spiffy samples. Thanks for reading. -I.A.N.

  • Idelle Hammond_Sass
    Ann Arbor Area

    One of a kind, custom and limited production jewelry in precious metals, gemstones and pearls. Classes offered in jewelry making through Ann Arbor Rec and Ed in artists studio.

  • Bill Kruser
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Black and white photography and photographic services

  • Christina Sears-Etter
    Ann Arbor Area

    Christina Sears Etter, is a movement artist, activist, and educator who has been Artistic Director of People Dancing since 2000. Additionally, Ms. Sears-Etter pursues independent projects such as teaching in higher education, making community events, writing articles and poetry, and choreographing for local productions. Ms. Sears-Etter has over two decades of professional experience in dance and the related arts, including: revues, Off-Broadway musical theatre appearances, tours with her own company, which were based in London and NYC, and internationally. She has won many grants, awards and honors at the state and national level, including Michigan's Creative Artist Award and research awards to work in D.C., Maryland and Texas.

  • Claudia Siewert
    Ann Arbor Area

  • kathy graf
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Mark Loeb
    Ann Arbor Area

    I organize creative and exciting festivals. I help on large projects like the Detroit Jazz Festival and smaller ones like Royal Oak Clay, Glass and Metal Show. I can help create the perfect distinctive festival event for your organization or community.

  • Interactive Artist Magazine.org
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Online artist magazine providing creative inspiration 24/7 without leaving your home or art studio. For artists of all skill levels.

  • Intrinsic Multimedia and Entertainment Group
    Ypsilanti Area

    Audition for Talent Search and Artist Showcase= All Talent, All Ages

  • Jill Love
    Dexter Area

    Jill is an award-winning photographic artist. Her memories of creating art go back to childhood when she began dabbling in watercolor, charcoal, fabrics, and many other mediums. It wasn't until she won a camera in a contest in her teens that she found her true love. She and her husband have a home and studio in the countryside outside of Dexter, Michigan where they enjoy the serenity and wildlife there. Jill's work reflects her passion to hold time still, capturing and discovering the vitality and beauty of each subject. Jill is well known for her fine art portrait and nature photography, teaching workshops on photography as well as giving private lessons. Her favorite season is spring until fall arrives. Then her favorite season is fall. Her favorite subjects are brides until she photographs a newborn. Then her favorite subject are babies. She lives in the moment as all artists do.

  • Jackson School of the Arts
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Year round programs and classes in Art, Dance and Theater for children and adults.

  • Tim Thurman
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Photography

  • Jenny Wolff-Harrison
    Ypsilanti Area

    All sorts of photography from art to commercial

  • Anne Mininberg
    Ann Arbor Area

    Custom Jewelry, Silver, Copper, Semi-Precious Stones. Earrings, necklaces, pendants and bracelets

  • Jill Stefani Wagner
    Saline Area

    After years in the advertising world, I am getting back to my first love — painting! My pastels and watercolors have won awards regionally and nationally and I am represented by 3 galleries in Michigan, including the River Gallery in Chelsea. My subjects are often landscapes or "micro landscapes" but I also paint the figure and often do commissioned portraits.

  • Joan Kelley
    Chelsea Area

    Black and white social commentary photography. Photography of art work for submissions and promotion. Composites and straight photography

  • Joanne Scherf
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Visual explorer and award-winning photographer (international & national). Contemplative and metaphorical images that EXPLORE the potential, ENGAGE your soul, and ESCAPE reality. Specialties: Abstract, Landscape, and Portrait photography. Consulting: Branding, Portfolio Reviews, and Graphic Design for photographers.

  • Marian Ionescu
    Ann Arbor Area

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  • Jodie Randolph
    Ann Arbor Area

    Award winning choreographer working in the Ann Arbor and Toledo areas. Freelance instructor with over 12 years experience. BS in dance from Eastern Michigan University and Dance Masters and Cecchetti Council certified in education.

  • The John Tyner Chorale
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The John Tyner Chorale is a select vocal ensemble that specializes in a capella choral music of various historical periods. Members of the chorale are selected by the founder and director, John C. Tyner, and are former members of the Monroe High School choral music program or colleagues and friends of the director. The Chorale is committed to performing the highest quality literature in excellent acoustical environments. Their performances are well attended and highly anticipated events offered in and around the Monroe community.

  • Kathy Hiner
    Saline Area

    Fine art in Watercolor and other media, working with the figure. Portraiture available

  • Kelly Christie
    Saline Area

    I specialize in handcrafting sterling silver jewelry. I am very inspired by water and nature, although sometimes equally inspired by moderna architecture. I use a variety of different techniques in my work, including forging and kuem boo.

  • Susan Kelsey
    Ann Arbor Area

    Polymer clay and mixed media artist working in my field for 25+ years. Teaching in the US and Europe.

  • Robin Agnew
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kerrytown Concert House
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Kerrytown Concert House is an arts organization focused on community engagement and bringing fine artists and their audiences together. An intimate 110-seat venue, the Concert House is home to diverse offerings in a wide range of musical styles, while rotating art exhibits are displayed on the walls of the house. Located in the Kerrytown district of Ann Arbor, Mich., KCH is available to the community, including educators, students and organizations for recitals, meetings and events. In addition, it is home to the internationally acclaimed festival Edgefest, and is a presenter of artists of the highest artistic excellence. Kerrytown Concert House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

  • Kristine Cravens
    Saline Area

    Wheel thrown and hand build pottery.

  • Laila Kujala
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a painter, digital artist and a jewelry maker. I do custom alphabet art.

  • Carol Dunitz
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am currently touring in 'Bernhardt on Broadway,' a one-woman musical about Sarah Bernhardt that I researched, wrote, composed, and perform. One hundred years ago Sarah Bernhardt was the most famous woman in the world. She is often referred to as the most famous actress of all time. This is a production that is not only entertaining but authentic. It transports the audience back to the Belle Epoque through the eyes of Sarah Bernhardt. Please go to: www.BernhardtOnBroadway.com to see video and testimonials.

  • Leona Webb
    Ann Arbor Area

    Award-winning professional commercial and residential photographer specializing in black and white and color. My specialty is unusual compositions--furniture, architecture, industrial, food, people, product or location photography.

  • Leslie Science & Nature Center
    Ann Arbor Area

    Providing environmental education & experiences to foster respect for nature. Our grounds, trails, & raptor enclosures are open daily, free of charge!

  • Leslie Science & Nature Center
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Leslie Science & Nature Center is a nonprofit organization that provides environmental education and experiences for children, families, and other individuals to honor and perpetuate the legacy of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Leslie by fostering understanding, appreciation, stewardship and respect for the natural world.

  • Kathryn Williams
    Ann Arbor Area

    I reach to the community in an area I call Life Healing Art. I provide commissioned writings and drawings for those celebrating life and/or working through hardship. I offer craft workshops and I work with small groups leading inspirational discussion. I have a healthy living column on the Examiner.com and I write bereavement articles for Open to Hope. I offer bereavement products such as remembrance lanterns and sympathy cards.

  • Linda Klenczar
    Saline Area

    A Pastel Artist who also loves watercolor, ink, graphite and latex house paint. An interior designer for 40 years who now enjoys fine art and especially working en plein air.

  • Living Arts
    Ann Arbor Area

    Living Arts is a new, interdisciplinary residential community in Bursley Hall on the University of Michigan’s North Campus that brings together undergraduates in the arts, architecture, engineering, and other fields to explore innovation, creativity and collaboration. The goal of Living Arts is to spur and support collaborative, creative work across disciplinary boundaries and to provide an open, playful environment that encourages students to generate and pursue new ideas.

  • Hudson H. Brace
    Ann Arbor Area

    My name is Hudson H. Brace, I am a craftsman, rockhound and wanderer. I am a self taught and self motivated individual who believes that Planet Earth and ALL it"s residents are my mentors! My companions name is Bodhi, he's my best friend, dog and very patient. We believe there is so much to see and experience in this remarkable world, big and small, that the best and most fulfilling way to learn is to GO AND DO! If you never fail than you may never now the glory of success and the satisfaction of creativity. To watch my dog run in the mountains, to witness eagles mating, to see the wonder in the eyes of a child when you give them a shiny stone and tell them the story of it's coming to be in their hand. All these things give meaningful and lasting inspiration to the willing and open mind. I will never settle for others telling me I can't and I will always walk my own path ( as outside my window a young Red Tail screams his approval ). Join me in all life has to offer! CHEERS!

  • Marlies Wandres
    Chelsea Area

    I am a mosaic artist I started making mosaics about 10 years ago in the Caribbean where I decorated my house with mosaics. Soon I was making mosaic tables wall murals etc. for local hotels and guesthouses . Back in Michigan I started Artistica gallery in Dexter with some ladies and soon was asked if I would teach mosaics. The rest is history... I recently moved my studio into the Dexter Arts Center that just opened a few month ago in Dexter. I am very motivated by nature and I usually integrate items I found into my Mosaics.

  • Marlene Cooper
    Ann Arbor Area

    Graphic Designer, Painter, Jewelry Designer/Metalsmith

  • Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre - University Productions
    Ann Arbor Area

    Located within the Michigan League building on the central campus of the University of Michigan, the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre is an intimate, shoe-box theatre seating 642. Decorated with solid oak paneling that creates an atmosphere of elegance and charm, the Mendelssohn Theatre is perfect for smaller conferences. Just down the hallway in the Michigan League are similarly designed, tasteful private dining rooms and a large ballroom. The Mendelssohn Theatre is also used extensively for theatrical productions and solo recitals.

  • vesna savic
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ann Arbor Metal Artist

  • Maker Works
    Ann Arbor Area

    OPENING Fall 2011: Maker Works is a 10,000 sq. ft. member-driven fabrication studio located in Ann Arbor, MI. It features 4 areas of making: Metal, Circuits, Wood and Craft. It also has a retail store, hundreds of hand tools, and computers + software.

  • Melissa Katke
    Manchester Area

    We are a custom frame shop and Art Gallery in beautiful downtown Manchester.

  • Margaret Parker
    Ann Arbor Area

    My installations, painting, prints, and sculpture explore how individuals are altered by contemporary events. My large installations weave repurposed cotton T-shirts into walk-through spaces.

  • Margot Campos
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Marilyn Prucka
    Outside Washtenaw County

    fiber arts: art quilts, spinning, dyeing; polymer clay; collagraphs

  • Martin Soo Hoo
    Ann Arbor Area

    . As an independent artist, possessing a chameleonistic skill set providing first quality art pieces to satisfy a number of commercial applications to an entire range of product and service-oriented clientele. As a medical artist, possessing precise medical knowledge, highly detailed artistic skills, and unerring communication skills to provide precise visual information specific to surgical procedures in large volume medical textbooks. As a Commercial Photo Retoucher with specialization in Automotive, possessing hyper realistic rendering and color correction skills to clean up tolerances in the manufacturing process to successfully merchandise the new cars of the day. As an independent artist focusing on artwork specific to architecture, possessing artistic and personable skill sets required to communicate with intelligent professionals and property owners about their artistic needs and be able to produce original and near-duplicate Period artist styles and photorealistic art pieces, historic finishes, gold leaf/metallic finishes, models, mockups, and computer generated architectural renovations.

  • Mary Beth Day
    Manchester Area

    When painting scenes of rural Washtenaw County I am attracted by its vivid imagery, especially found in farmsteads. Using a representational style, I strive to achieve a painterly quality. My landscapes capture horizontal sunlight and long shadows, dewy atmosphere, and seasonal changes. I'm especially interested in recording the elements of time’s impact on our lovely barns; highlighting their stateliness as they age.

  • Tricia Huffman
    Ann Arbor Area

    I fine arts mosaic studio. Commissions,Workshops,Gallery.

  • Michael Colter
    Milan Area

    Photography - Landscape and Wildlife Hi I’m Michael Colter, award winning Landscape and Wildlife Photographer living in the Milan area. Working as a Firefighter for 34 years Website - colterphoto.com My passion is photography and I truly enjoy capturing the things that memories are made of, from a chickadee grabbing a sunflower seed to an eagle diving through the air to the river below and catching a fish. Capturing the beauty of the sun rising on the Atlantic to the sun setting in the Pacific and all of the things that we see between. With the warmth of the spring sun that brings life to the trees, flowers and the new life that will walk this Great Earth. Then comes the gentle summer stream and fireflies at night, to the blaze of the autumn tree that are preparing to hibernate through the cold winters nights. These are the thing I love to capture with my camera. One of the things I want to photograph is the Northwest United States, a place that my 4th Great Grandfather John Colter discovered with Lewis and Clark in the Corps of Discovery. After leaving the Corps of Discovery he went on to discover the Yellow Stone area. Some say he was the original Mountain Man. Thanks for looking, Mike

  • Michelle Massey Barnes
    Chelsea Area

    Michelle Massey Barnes Photography offers contemporary and artistic custom work that captures authentic expression and natural beauty. Michelle's use of natural lighting will produce stunning results that you will love for a lifetime. Each image is then processed and enhanced by hand to bring out the very best. Michelle Massey Barnes Photography offers a full line of boutique products include unique offerings that any art lover will adore. All photographs are printed on archival grade papers including speciality papers and high end custom canvases. Featuring newborns, children, high school seniors and families. Professional head shots are also available.

  • Terrilynn Hetzel-Murphy
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Michigan Shakespeare Festival
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Michigan Theater
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ann Arbor's Michigan Theater combines living history with a singular dedication to the finest film and live entertainment available today. We offer two auditoriums: the Historic Theater and the Screening Room; find out more about each below. You can also take one of our illustrated tours. View the theater today after its loving restoration, and learn about its history and about a Michigan treasure: the Barton Theatre Pipe Organ, one of the only theater organs in existence that is still played in its original home on a regular basis. For weekly updates on upcoming films, live events and other things happening at the Michigan Theater - visit our Web site at www.michtheater.org and become a subscriber! See you at the movies!

  • Michigan Theater
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ann Arbor's premiere center for fine filme and the performing arts for more than 80 years.

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    Manchester Area

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  • Mike Green & Associates
    Ann Arbor Area

    We're proud to represent an exceptional roster of American roots, Celtic, folk, bluegrass artists and storytellers; all of whom inspire their audiences deeply inspiring them to see new possibilities, inspiring them to be their best selves, and inspiring them to connect with each other. They are world-class artists who have something to say, and who express their vision of the world with great passion.

  • Milan Area Arts Council
    Milan Area

    The Milan Area Arts Council is a new non-profit dedicated to developing the MIlan Art Center and building an educational arts community in Milan.

  • Janice Milhem
    Ann Arbor Area

    Milhem Images, Inc. provides marketing strategy and visual communications for small to medium-sized profit and nonprofit organizations. Milhem helps business add greater meaning and more relevance to their communication strategies through use of documentary-styled, photographic images to help strengthen a brand assets using visual storytelling.

  • mix
    Ypsilanti Area

    Offering new and gently used arty chic clothing and accessories and uncommon artful objects to inspire you in your surroundings

  • Mixed Company Troupe
    Ann Arbor Area

    The theater troupe--where for twenty minutes--we mix YOU into our company. Sitting opposite a professional actor, our director coaches each volunteer, providing "Lines A la Carte" through a wireless earbud. Our high tech set-up is completely portable. We are ready to install it in your venue... fundraisers, restaurants, country clubs... we are ready to roll.

  • Sasha d'Or
    Ann Arbor Area

    Mobile theater, where for 20 minutes a volunteer stars with our troupe, receiving their lines one at a time and repeats them. Hilarious, professional theater designed around dinner.

  • MODATI Studios
    Ann Arbor Area

    A DIY screen printing collective specializing in innovative inks, education, and live printing. We make fun things!

  • Ken MacGregor
    Ypsilanti Area

    I write, direct and act in a sketch comedy company, though my recent thrust has been to write, direct and act in movies.

  • Barbaranne Branca
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a ceramicist. I believe that daily objects of functional use should be beautiful to the eye and to the touch. I endeavor to create pieces for household enjoyment, either for practical use or simple viewing pleasure. My work is a form of meditation for me.

  • Katherine R. Willson
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Mostly Music Camp
    Ann Arbor Area

    August 11-15, 2014 A fun filled educational adventure for students age 4 to entering Grade 7 in the fall of 2014. Morning session from 9:00 to noon. Some partial scholarships available.

  • Motawi Tileworks
    Ann Arbor Area

    Motawi Tileworks is an Ann Arbor tile studio, producing hand made, historically-informed art tile for distinctive installations and as art pieces.

  • Motawi Tileworks
    Ann Arbor Area

    Motawi Tileworks produces tiles are collected as inidividual art pieces and are assembled into beautiful, distinctive installations in homes and public places.

  • Motawi Tileworks
    Ann Arbor Area

    Motawi Tileworks is an American art tile company founded more than 20 years ago by Nawal Motawi.

  • Motor City Art Studios
    Outside Washtenaw County

    We provide workshops to all levels of artists.

  • Julie Avery
    Outside Washtenaw County

    cultural curator and museum educator involved with cultural community and economic development

  • Myra Klarman
    Ann Arbor Area

    Portrait photographer by day and promoter of the goodness in Ann Arbor by night (actually by day, too).

  • John Pederson
    Ann Arbor Area

    Christian Alternative/Pop Rock Musician, Primarily a Songwriter

  • rugpadsfor hardwoodfloors
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I am Susan,interested in interior designing.I like to use rug pad to protect area rugs.

  • Nelson Amos
    Ypsilanti Area

    Artistic realism (local images, landscapes, portraits, commissions), artist services (giclées, prints, etc.), custom framing, unique gifts. Nelson Amos's early experience in the visual arts was as an art major at Morehead State University in the 1960's. After a year of study, he decided to follow a career in music which led him to Ohio State University for a Master of Arts degree and The University of Iowa for his Ph.D. Since 1975, he has served as Professor of Music at Eastern Michigan University where he continues to teach classical guitar, lute, and graduate classes in music history. Inspired by his historical music interests, Amos decided in 1997 to incorporate Renaissance and Baroque painting techniques in his art work. In 2004, the Nelson Amos Studio opened at 9 East Cross Street in Ypsilanti's Historic Depot Town. The Studio has since moved to 23 E. Cross Street. To date, Amos has painted almost 40 portraits including individuals, family, as well as corporate commissions. His painted images of Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor are favorite items having broad appeal in Southeast Michigan. Amos continues to teach at Eastern while his wife Korin assumes much of the day-to-day operation of the studio-gallery (custom framing and sales of his original art work).

  • Neutral Zone
    Ann Arbor Area

    Neutral Zone is a diverse, youth-driven teen center dedicated to promoting personal growth through artistic expression, community leadership and the exchange of ideas. We offer more than 20 weekly programs for high-school age teens in the areas of music, visual arts, education, community leadership and literary arts. In addition, Neutral Zone provides a safe, supervised, substance free drop-in space where teens can come after school to meet friends, study or just hang out. On weekends, NZ's concert venue, The B-Side, hosts shows by local teen and adult musicians ranging from hip-hop to jazz, ska to rock, with occasional movie nights, poetry slams and dance parties.

  • Trevor Stone
    Chelsea Area

    I use art as a philosophical learning tool, to practice inventive thinking, to entertain others and myself, to bring communities together, and as a means of social outreach.

  • Imelda Hunt
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Dr. Imelda Hunt is, artistic director and founder of New Works Writers Series (New Works). She has an academic background in African American theatre, history, and culture. New Works is a non-profit 501(c) 3 community theatre organization, specializing in stage performances, poetry readings, and collaborations by artists who work in various mediums. For more than twenty years, New Works has provided a creative outlet and opportunity for the exchanging of ideas among students, professionals and community residents and hosted such artists as Sonia Sanchez, and Jessica Care Moore. New Works have staged performances or held workshops at Bowling Green State University, the University of Toledo, the Toledo Museum of Art, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit and numerous other community institutions. Hunt is a playwright, director, and poet and has been a member of Black Theatre Network and the National Conference on African American Theatre. She is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities 2009 Fellowships and is currently teaching at Owens College in Toledo, Ohio. Hunt is an educator, playwright and poet. Her dissertation for the completion of her doctoral program at Bowling Green State University was “The Oral History of Art Tatum in Toledo, Ohio 1910-1932.” She was worked as a principal and teacher in the Toledo area for more than twenty-five years. She brings a wealth creative and educational knowledge to the classroom experience. She is the recipient of a number of community awards including National Endowment for the Humanities 2009 Fellowships and UT Upward Bound Summer Program Best Teacher 2010.

  • Ginger Newborn
    Ypsilanti Area

    mural artist, macrame jewelry designer and teacher, wire wrap jewelry

  • Irena Nagler
    Ann Arbor Area

    Irena Nagler is a writer of fiction, poetry and essay, visual artist, and a director and performer with Nightfire Dance Theater, an eclectic dance theater troupe with participants of all ages. She teaches creative writing, creative dance and movement meditation, including environmental dance in rhythm with elements in nature. Her work blends mythic sensibility with reverence for the living earth and stars and the interconnection of the many worlds we participate in.

  • James Manning
    Ann Arbor Area

    Hello! My name is James Manning. I am by no means a profesional artist at all. But artwork has always been a hobby of mine and I usualy stick with drawing abstract tribal design fan art, and other abstract projects involving charcoal, pastels, watercolors, and some digital art. I'm trying to assemble a profile for the future and get my name on the street as a local artist to some degree or another. I'm sorry that i don't have any uploads right now. I hope to get some work posted in the near future

  • North
    Ann Arbor Area

    creating eclectic original music since 1994

  • Wendy Bedolla
    Ann Arbor Area

    Contemporary Glasswork and jewelry

  • Novam Vocem
    Ann Arbor Area

    Novam Nocem is a professional level Contemporary Music Ensemble who brings performances of music composed between 1900 and today into unconventional and traditional venues the Ann Arbor area.

  • Oaken Transformations Sculpture & Poetry Walk
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Oaken Transformations Sculpture & Poetry Walk is an out-of-doors art tour, free to the public, dedicated to showcasing work by talented poets and artists with ties to the state of Michigan. Part nature walk, part meditative footpath, part art installation, the tour presents a unique physical space for poetry and a serene setting for sculptural work on consignment. Located in Brighton, Michigan, Oaken Transformations is invested in broadening an already growing arts community in Southeast Michigan. The art walk features renowned sculpture and juried poetry on a half-mile, gently wooded trail in Brighton, Michigan. We have woods and meadows and wetlands and all the nuance in between that could be said to represent post-glacial / post-industrial / southeastern Michigan woodland & with remnants of the rural: in these we begin to explore the many ironies and multi-faceted expressions of the state. If you lower your head to the ground you'll hear an old, strong, wet & windy pulse. Most of the sculptures here are on consignment, on year-long installations, while the poetry will remain indefinitely. We are a public art walk open every weekday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We do not charge admission. The Oaken Transformations Sculpture & Poetry Walk is generously funded by Dr. Fredric Bonine. Special thanks to the Suave Art Foundation, which has also provided much support and wisdom in helping to initially establish Oaken Transformations.

  • ONE PAUSE POETRY
    Ann Arbor Area

    our mission One Pause Poetry strives to make poetry accessible to all. We are non-academic and non–market-driven. One Pause Poetry honors diversity and quality in our selection process and is dedicated to supporting Michigan poets. We select both established and emerging writers for our series and website, with the goal of breaking down categories and camps and encouraging collaboration and innovation across poetic forms, the arts, and media. history One Pause Poetry @ CCMA arose in response to a direct need—university reading series were losing their funding, and Shaman Drum, a great local independent bookstore, had closed. In a time when all funding in the arts seemed bankrupt and depleted, we decided to rush in. One Pause Poetry is named after the 15th-century enlightened Zen master and poet Ikkyu Sojun, whose name means "Once Paused." Ikkyu revolutionized the aesthetics of medieval Japan—much of what we consider when we think of Japanese culture. Rock gardens, Noh Theater, calligraphy, and poetry are because of Ikkyu and the group of artists he surrounded himself with. It's something to aspire to here and now. One Pause Poetry exists with generous support from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, the Dam Tsig Foundation, Josh Pokempner and Gretchen Gardner, and other generous individual donors, interns, and more than forty volunteers. One Pause is also indebted to METAL, which will provide the venue for many of our upcoming events, and the Tsogyelgar Dharma Center, where our series originated.

  • Oz's Music
    Ann Arbor Area

    Oz's carries all types of new and used musical equipment ranging from electric guitars to trombones. Rental Options are available. We have all your band/orchestra instruments and supplies as well as a full line of guitars and accessories. The Oz's lines include Dean and Godin guitars among many others. We also are one of the only authorized Chapman Stick® dealers. Check below for some of our most unique and interesting lines. Oz's also sells magazines, tab music, training books, reeds, strings, drumsticks, and other accessories. We have half off all guitar and bass string sets all the time. At Oz's you will also find very competetive prices for all other accessories. Oz's will also buy your new or used equipment, or you can trade it for something else here at Oz's Music. If you've got an instrument that you don't play anymore that's in decent condition, stop on by and we'll see what we can do. Oz's Music does more then just sell music instruments: we provide the best variety and most experienced teachers in the Ann Arbor area.

  • Philip Proefrock
    Ann Arbor Area

    Architect, photographer, furniture designer. Commercial and residential projects with a focus on sustainable design

  • Debbie Nichols
    Milan Area

    I am a music teacher, soprano and I love being involved with theater.

  • Pam Roselle
    Ann Arbor Area

    Pam’s artistic intention is to create a body of work that captures the essence of nature using layer upon layer of pigment on remarkable textures. The delightful flows of watermedia on a variety of textures, the emotions evoked by different color combinations and the joy of unanticipated discovery keep her painting with passion. In 2007 Pam took a bold leap from the corporate tower to begin her journey to find the artist within. In 2008 she was recognized as an “emerging artist” by the South University Art Alliance and invited to participate in the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Subsequently she has exhibited her work in many local venues and with the Michigan Artists’ Gallery in Sutton’s Bay. Pam is a member of Ann Arbor Women Artists and the newest member of Chelsea Painters. Pam finds learning new skills and the creative process exhilarating and life-affirming. Creating art and sharing it with others is her chosen way of experiencing life instead of simply reacting to it.

  • Francyne Stacey
    Ann Arbor Area

    friend of the arts/legal expertise - contracts, immigration, copyright

  • Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series
    Ann Arbor Area

    Established with the generous support of alumna Penny W. Stamps, the Distinguished Visitors Program brings respected emerging and established artists/designers from a broad spectrum of media to the School to conduct a public lecture and engage with students, faculty, and the larger University and Ann Arbor communities. Additional support is provided by our media sponsor, Michigan Radio. Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place on Thursdays at 5:10 pm at the historic Michigan Theater, located at 603 E. Liberty Street in downtown Ann Arbor, and are free of charge and open to the public.

  • Penrickton Center for Blind Children
    Ann Arbor Area

    Pete Goble Bluegrass Series presents Michael Cleveland & FlameKeeper, Nov.13th 7:pm www.flamekeeperband.com to benefit Penrickton Center for Blind Children at the Carlson High Auditorium 30550 W.Jefferson Gibraltar,MI 48173

  • People Dancing
    Ann Arbor Area

    People Dancing is a consortium of modern dance artists with a style that is fresh and eclectic. Performances include new and repertory dance works which portray inventive choreography. These works are performed with a "satisfying physicality" and unique, quirky theatricality. The company’s artists have been lauded in the press as presenting a “dazzling display of the human form and the joy of motion ” in their dancing, and as possessing an “ethereal beauty” (2005). The whole company performs “tight and captivating” productions and often include new video, costumes, original music.

  • Performance Network Theatre
    Ann Arbor Area

    Michigan is home to hundreds of Broadway quality actors that choose to live and work right here. Performance Network, Ann Arbor's professional theatre, pairs their talent with the hottest plays available, produced with imaginative sets and costumes, in our intimate downtown space. Winning more awards and nominations for 5 years running, PNT leads the region in artistic quality and play selection. With a wide variety of musicals, comedies, dramas, Pulitzer Prize and Tony award-winners, Performance Network is proud to be Michigan's premier professional Theatre.

  • The Phoenix Ensemble
    Ann Arbor Area

    PhoenixPhest! Amateur Chamber Music Festivals and Suzuki Institute (1) May 28-30 at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, for musicians of all ages and levels. (2) August 9-12 and 16-20, PhoenixPhest! Grande, on the campus of Eastern Michigan University. Chamber music, individual classes, general music courses and scheduled individual practice time for all ages of students who are looking for an intensive musical experience for either or both weeks. (3) Suzuki Institute at PhoenixPhest! August 16-20 with teacher training courses and student classes on the EMU campus. Details and registration for all at www.phoenixensemble.com.

  • Benjamin Weatherston
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Photo Studio Group
    Ann Arbor Area

    Rental studio for professional photographers. We help photographers with space, equipment, and support to help them succeed.

  • Photo Studio Group
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am the training director at Photo Studio Group in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo Studio Group is a commercial-size photography rental studio. As a business we rent space and equipment to local photographers while helping them grow their businesses through job experience and training opportunities. We are also a very active part of the local photography community and work closely with local photography groups.

  • Missy Orge
    Ann Arbor Area

    I live in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with my husband, some cats and a yard full of fashionable birds. I make “ornithologically correct” bird pants. They have a scientific sensibility with a healthy dose of humor. I make about 18 varieties which include robins, hummingbirds, cardinals, chickadees, egrets, finches and buntings. The idea came to me while watching birds at my feeder – they looked so cold in the winter so I made them some pants! Getting them on a bird is a different story…

  • Pinckney Players
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The Pinckney Players have a long, proud history in this community. Our motto is "acting for the fun of it," though we are well known for putting on professional-quality productions. Our home, the Jane Tasch Performing Arts Theatre of Pinckney, Michigan, played an integral role in the introduction of community theater to Livingston County and the surrounding regions.

  • Pam O'Hara
    Dexter Area

    Pam O'Hara is a functional stoneware potter. She is a partner in Artistica gallery in Dexter

  • Jessica Brater
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I am an Ann Arbor native and the founding Artistic Director of the Brooklyn-based theater company Polybe + Seats. Polybe + Seats produces new plays and collaboratively-developed work that experiments with images, language, structure, and storytelling. We have been making theater together since 2001. By engaging with multiple perspectives we invite our audiences to make their own connections with our work. The non-theatrical spaces in which we have produced our work have provided visual and dramaturgical inspiration; venues include a barge, a kitchenware store, a church and several galleries. We are proud members of the Alliance of Resident Theaters / New York and are a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a national arts service organization. Our work has been funded by The Brooklyn Arts Council, The Mental Insight Foundation, The Nancy Quinn Fund, The Jerome Foundation, The Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, and the National Foundation for Jewish Culture. Our work has been presented by The University of Michigan, Mabou Mines / Suite, Brooklyn Fire Proof, and the Waterfront Museum and Showboat Barge.

  • Pop Up A2
    Ann Arbor Area

    Pop Up A2 curates pop-up exhibits in Ann Arbor, challenges the status quo of the art scene, and promotes engagement with artists.

  • Polly Bradburn
    Chelsea Area

    For as long as I can remember I have been involved in one form or another of art. 9 years ago I tried my hand at pottery and feel it is now my true passion. Pottery gives me the chance to search into my soul and thus express my self through my creations. I make hand built and wheel thrown pieces. My pottery is functional with a twist.

  • Power Center for the Performing Arts - University Productions
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Power Center for the Performing Arts is our most technically sophisticated performance space. It is a fully functioning theatre able to handle the most complex sales meetings, product roll-outs, and corporate presentations. The three "pitch" meetings to prospective donors for the university's highly successful billion-dollar capital campaign were made in this theatre. Opening in 1971, the Power Center was designed by architects Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo, formerly associates of Eero Saarinen. The theatre's interior was designed by Jo Mielziner, and echoes his work in the Vivian Beaumont Theatre at Lincoln Center. The building was designed during a very innovative period in theatrical architecture. Known as "modern classical," the Power Center combines massive concrete columns and mirrored glass with ancient forms. The audience's seating area is modeled after the Greek theatre at Epidarus, while the stage was an experimental combination of proscenium arch and thrust. No seat in the Power Center is more than 80 feet from the stage. The spacious, soaring lobby, which features tapestries by Roy Lichtenstein and Pablo Picasso, is frequently used for receptions and information booths during conferences.

  • Prison Creative Arts Linkage Project
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Linkage Project affirms the creativity of adults and youth returning from incarceration.

  • Prison Creative Arts Project
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) was founded in 1990 with the mission to collaborate with incarcerated adults, incarcerated youth, urban youth and the formerly incarcerated to strengthen our community through creative expression. Housed in the University of Michigan’s Residential College, faculty and students work with community members both inside and outside prisons to engage in workshops in theatre, dance, visual art, creative writing, slam poetry, and music. Annually, PCAP hosts the largest prisoner art exhibition in the world and publishes a literary journal of writing by incarcerated authors. With arts programming and events year round, the organization serves as a creative hub for those with links to the criminal justice system, community volunteers, faculty, students, and university staff.

  • Vince Bonura
    Ann Arbor Area

    Business owner that specializes in helping company's motivate their employees through recognition and rewards programs, go to www.motivoperformance.com.

  • PTD Productions
    Ypsilanti Area

    PTD Productions is a registered, non-profit, community theater organization serving the greater Ypsilanti area since 1994

  • Shannon Janeczek
    Saline Area

    PublishSavvy is not a traditional publishing company. It's more of a DIY type of place. Learn how to publish and market your book yourself, or we can do some of that for you. Part of our aim is to teach authors about the publishing industry, if they don't already know how it works. PublishSavvy is very author-and quality book-centric.

  • Pure Existence Dance Company
    Ann Arbor Area

    A non-profit contemporary dance company with rehearsal space in Canton.

  • purple earth
    Ann Arbor Area

    Organization promoting environmental awareness, social justice, and the arts.

  • The Purple Rose Theatre Company
    Chelsea Area

    Founded by Jeff Daniels, the Purple Rose Theatre Company is a small professional theater company in Chelsea, Michigan, dedicated to producing new plays and American classics.

  • Markel Leland
    Ypsilanti Area

    Markel Leland is one of the co-owners of MIX, an eclectic store carrying a mix of new and used clothing, accessories, gifts and art in Ypsilanti. Markel, the creator of purplebabydaddies, exhibits permanently in the space.

  • leslie leland
    Ypsilanti Area

  • Rackham Auditorium - University Productions
    Ann Arbor Area

    Rackham Auditorium has been the site of many major occasions in the advancement of knowledge, with numerous notable lectures, academic symposia, and scholarly papers presented in the sixty plus years since its opening. In addition, it is the favorite venue in the area for intimate musical performances, particularly chamber music, small ensembles, and world music. Designed in the classical renaissance style by architect William Kapp of the Detroit firm of Smith, Hinchman & Grylls, the Rackham Building is considered to be one of the historically significant buildings on campus. The building also contains splendid conference rooms and a 240-seat amphitheatre. The interior of Rackham Auditorium is plush, with beautifully upholstered seating and a gold-leafed ceiling.

  • RCP
    Outside Washtenaw County

    High Resolution digital scanning for Artists. Fine Art Ink jet printing. Ecommerce solutions for Artists

  • Rebecca Lambers
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a couturiére, practicing the art of dressmaking. Couture is my reason for being. It is a constant striving with my best efforts reaching toward perfection of my objects and their performance. My work exists at the junction of art and highend ready-to-wear clothes. Like architecture, this art form is lived in. Its effect varies, often changing in appearance over time. It has many dimensions. It is the name of my dreams. A working artist serving clientele for over thirty-five years, I focus on the woman and make each garment, from concept through to finishing. Every life experience is unique and contributes to our personal spirit. Translating the language of dressing the body - fashion - defines my being and discerns the individual in my clients while recognizing our shared humanity. Themed shows in my Ann Arbor studio suggest possibilities. These venues reinforce my belief in the value of meaningful dress, a reasoning of cloth, the body and identity. Sense of Skin - coming Oct. 2010 Things Japanese - Oct. 09 The practice of my craft. I am challenged by Zen cultural readings concerning the concentrated pursuit of art as necessary for ethical learning, a way to be in the world. Origins - Feb. 08 Exploring the influence of the African aesthetic in my life and work: using rhythm, color, materials, to reaffirm life’s spirit, finding beauty in tragic reality, laughter after pain. Still Life: re forming Nature - Oct. 07 Discerning sensuality in the myriad possibilities presented by floral relationships: vibrant color, warm tangibility, organic complexity, edges of darkness and the fleeting quality of joy and exuberance. Birds! - Feb. 07 Inspired by knowledge gleaned through care of my chickens and by the free dream of flight – evidence of levity. Couture: the art of dressmaking, melds my designer aesthetic sense with beautiful materials, intricate technique and interactive process to engage a client’s personality.

  • Reconstruct Design
    Ann Arbor Area

      Reconstruct Design, LLC offers a full range of architectural and design services for residential, commercial and institutional projects. We also provide a variety of research services, including grant writing and application assistance for national and international projects as well as archival and historical research.

  • Catherine Thursby
    Ann Arbor Area

    I Own a small shop in downtown Ann Arbor that has a mix of my art work as well as local and national artists along with vintage furnishings, retail products, children's gifts, and things for the home. It is a charming shop set inside an old house with very colorful rooms!

  • Richard Weise
    Ann Arbor Area

    I consult on a range of topics in art, literacy, and math education, arts and education administration, and nonprofit board development. My relevant experience includes the following: After college, I co-founded Film in the Cities (FITC) and led it from being a storefront, film-education program serving inner-city youth in St. Paul and Minneapolis to becoming the largest media arts center in the U.S. serving artists, students, and educators in a five-state region. The National Endowment for the Arts called FITC a “national leader in media arts education” and “the flagship of the media arts field.” Following mid-career Master’s and Ph.D studies, I facilitated development of a North American studies center at a Polish university, designed online training for piano teachers, and led development of and teacher training in a preschool math curriculum for an educational research foundation. I have extensive experience researching literacy education and coaching teachers in first-grade literacy and math education. I have designed software for teaching expository literacy in primary school. I currently serve on the board of directors and board-development committee of 826michigan, a nonprofit, youth-literacy support organization.

  • Rick De Troyer
    Chelsea Area

    I have always been intrigued with making things, being aware of nature and trying to limit my use of resources on this planet so to reduce global warming. Recycling is a big part of my art. I try to practice what I preach by using found objects in my work. They tell a story of their own, along with adding character to art. When I see a design in my mind I try to shape it into reality. My work is freehand and comfortable. I cut or add to my eyes’ delight. I like curves and flow the pieces into a new use. . I find a new energy from some objects, and creativity takes that "Ah Ha!" step. Some metal can develop a look over time much as a wine’s flavor can grow. I try to blend the look of rust with the shine of grinding. I hammer the surface repeatedly to develop a textured look. My hands seem to know what to do when I cut, hammer and weld metal. Learning to let my heart over rule my conscience is sometimes the hard part.

  • Ring of Steel Action Theatre and Stunt Troupe
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ring of Steel Action Theatre, established in 1989, is an educational organization dedicated to developing and promoting the art of stunt work and refining the portrayal of staged violence. We believe that the skills necessary to practice theatrical combat compose a martial art unto themselves and that stunts require regular practice of basic skills and techniques for safety and effectiveness. One of the largest theatrical fencing salles in the nation, the Ring of Steel teaches classes in swordplay and stuntwork along with 15 basic combat skill areas, provides in-house workshops, choreographs for film, stage and TV, offers summer camps & programs and maintains an aggressive performance schedule in renaissance festivals, celtic faires, Sci/Fi & Fantasy conventions, haunted houses, film, television, opera, birthdays, weddings, movie openings, business parties and any other production or event that needs or is interested in adding action performances to their events. Anyone age 14 and up is welcome to join us. No previous skills or experience necessary! Meeting times are Tuesday and Thursday from 7pm - 10pm and Sundays from 10am - 1pm. Go to http://ringofsteel.org for more information or email rosteel@umich.edu.

  • River Gallery
    Chelsea Area

    A fine art business located in the heart of historic, downtown Chelsea, MI offering a full on-site and off site exhibition schedule, featuring mid-career and emerging talent. Offers a full spectrum of art services for corporate, healthcare, small business and residential clients.

  • River Raisin Ragtime Revue
    Chelsea Area

    The River Raisin Ragtime Revue (R4), is a 13 member musical group that specializes in the history and performance of ragtime and early jazz music. They have performed at Greenfield Village as part of the ragtime street fair, and as the opening act for the Detroit Symphony's Salute to America. R4 has also played in churches and schools throughout southeast Michigan including Washtenaw county. Their mission is to offer accessible education and entertainment of the highest level through the performance, preservation, and restoration of significant American music. R4 is a 501c(3) and depends upon community support for its success.

  • Rivercraft Arts
    Dexter Area

    Spacious barns & acreage available to rent for workshop, teaching, retreat, reception space. Kitchen facilities. Beautiful rural setting.

  • Riverfolk Festival
    Manchester Area

    Our mission is to engage the community in music and arts experiences which nurture creativity and promote cultural diversity. Three day traditional music (Bluegrass & Cajun) Camp, concerts, Songwriting contest, and more...

  • Riverside Arts Center
    Ypsilanti Area

    The Riverside Arts Center is a "multi-purpose cultural arts venue providing performance, exhibit, studio, and reception space for artists and arts and cultural organizations to enrich the Ypsilanti community through the arts and cultural experiences."

  • Rochester Contemporary Art Center
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Rosemarie Ludwig
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Russian Ballet Academy of Michigan
    Ypsilanti Area

    RBA offers authentic Russian ballet education for children through adults. RBA is the only ballet school in A2 area providing superior ballet training.

  • Saline Area Players
    Saline Area

    Community Theater for the entire family. Performing on stages in Saline, Michigan since 1973.

  • Rebecca Groeb-Driskill
    Saline Area

    Theater Manager for Ellen A. Ewing Perfforming Arts Center/Artistic Director/Drama Teacher

  • Saline Celtic Festival
    Saline Area

    Annual festival held in Saline tgo celebrate all things Celtic. Variety of art endeavors.

  • Saline Community Educ Photo Club
    Saline Area

    Community photography club • free • open to the public - all ages • meets at 7 pm in Liberty School, Saline the 2nd wednesday of the month Sept. to May. • Programs, sharing & networking

  • Saline Fiddlers
    Saline Area

    THE SALINE FIDDLERS is America's premier youth fiddling show band. High school students performing MUSIC, SONG and DANCE. They blend traditional and non traditional fiddle tunes with a philharmonic size wave of sound. Across the Globe and even the White House (three times) their fusion of folk, bluegrass, mountain music, western swing, Celtic, jazz, pop and American classics starts toes tapping and hands clapping. Since 1994, the Saline Fiddlers have undeniably set the standard for extracurricular music programs in the United States. The group began with a simple idea: introduce an alternative style of music education to public school students. It has grown into a model of instruction and motivation that is being emulated across the nation. Yet more importantly, it is a brilliant example of what young adults can and will achieve if given a direction and the opportunity to explore, and pursue their own interests. The Saline Fiddlers is a nonprofit music education and performance organization. Supported by hours of volunteer labor, donations from fans and sponsors, sales of recordings and fees for performing, the Fiddlers also provide community service by means of music in and around their hometown. The Saline Fiddlers is a member of the Michigan Humanities Council Touring Directory which allows other Michigan non-profits to seek grants for their performances or workshops.

  • Saline Mills Studios
    Saline Area

    Taylor and Charlene Jacobsen, are retired art teachers from the Saline Area Schools. They remain active artists, in their own right, and teach art classes at their studios and for Saline Community Education. The Jacobsen's host other art events and gatherings at their property outside of Saline, Michigan. The also host classes taught by other experienced artists/ teachers in a wide variety of media and art techniques and from many different regions. They welcome questions and visits to their studios.

  • Saline Painters Guild
    Saline Area

    Saline Painters Guild is an organization for painters in the Ann Arbor area. SPG welcomes novice to experienced painters to get together to collaborate and talk about their paintings. Exhibitions are held throughout the year.

  • Sandi Lopez
    Ypsilanti Area

    I am a photographer and digital imager. My images are printed on Tiles, Canvas and Paper

  • Sarah Stanton
    Saline Area

    Funky hand made sterling silver jewelry

  • john sauve
    Ann Arbor Area

    Artist, Writer, Curator

  • John Luther
    Ann Arbor Area

    Career Development Coordinator

  • The Scrap Box
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Scrap Box has been Ann Arbor’s premier "green" art non-profit organization for over 25 years. Materials usually headed to the landfill have found new life through the artists, teachers and children that frequent The Scrap Box. This unique setting is where creativity and recycling join forces, generating unique artistic expressions while promoting a ‘greener’ Earth. The Scrap Box provides all kinds of materials for sale and offers classes, workshops & birthday parties for all ages and groups. Join the Green Arts Evolution by upcycling - the artistic, inventive use of recycled/reused materials!

  • Norma Penchansky - Glasser
    Ann Arbor Area

  • heather mcgeachy
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Hugh Kennedy
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Selo/Shevel Gallery
    Ann Arbor Area

    Contemporary American Craft and Imported Folk Art Gallery

  • Michelle Shankwiler
    Ypsilanti Area

    ~ ARTIST AT LARGE ~ :)

  • Merrith .
    Ypsilanti Area

    Art, Photography,Surreal,HDR, Oil,Drawing,Collage art, My mind is always working in over time walking in a dream world salvador dali mixed into merrith flair out of this world and unique

  • Anne Sheill
    Ann Arbor Area

  • The Side Door Gallery
    Dexter Area

    Art Gallery and Frame Company

  • Nancy McKay
    Ann Arbor Area

    Through my fine art silk paintings, I seek to re-create and share treasured interludes of being present in nature, engaged with the light, colors, and textures. For teaching, I find that this medium is ideal for nurturing the creative process.

  • Shelly Smith
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a comedy writer, performer, show producer and emcee. Aaaaaand sometimes director, back up singer, videographer, blogger, creator of things. Wanting to collaborate with illustrators, videographers, and animators. Call me!

  • Skidmore Studio
    Ann Arbor Area

  • SlapHappy Cookery
    Ann Arbor Area

    SlapHappy Cookery is a Cottage Industry Barkey run by Isaac Ellis and Pam Ball. We specialize in fresh, handmade baked good made from the happiest ingredients we can find!

  • Laura Seligman
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a textile artist and photographer who creates both wearable art and fine art. My work explores color, fluid lines and texture through the elegance and luminosity of hand-dyed silk and the richness of hand-felted merino wool as well as through the medium of photography.

  • SOS Community Services
    Ypsilanti Area

    SOS Community Services is dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness in Washtenaw County. Recently the agency was named the Housing Access for Washtenaw County—the single point of entry for anyone experiencing a housing emergency in the county. Our programs include shelter and transitional housing, employability and educational assistance, parenting programs, therapeutic child care and after-school children’s programs. For more information about SOS Community Services, including opportunities to volunteer and donate, please visit www.soscs.org.

  • Sounds & Sights Festival Art Market
    Chelsea Area

    Visit www.chelseafestivals.com for up coming events such as: Sounds & Sights Festival Art Market

  • Nathan Leach-Proffer
    Ann Arbor Area

    Focused on automotive photography but practice all forms.

  • SPUR Studios
    Ann Arbor Area

    Spur Studios is a collection of private work spaces for artists, musicians and other creative people who need a place to get things done. We feel that artists play an integral role in a community worth living in and facilitate their efforts in any way possible.

  • The Roving Arts Assistant
    Ann Arbor Area

    Providing contractual assistance to artists within Washtenaw County.

  • Stephen Kinnard
    Ann Arbor Area

    Stephen Kinnard moved way too much as a kid. He found a way to make the most of it by shooting photographs during a cross-country move to California when he was twelve. His knack for observing detail, pattern, light, and space found a home and flourished as he toted his camera everywhere he went, at home and abroad. He is an opportunistic photographer who captures landscapes, nature, architecture, and abstract fine art images with simple elegance. Stephen completed formal education at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has taught Digital Photography at the University of Michigan School of Art & Design, and is a part-time faculty member of the Digital Media Arts Department at Washtenaw Community College.

  • Alexander Griffin
    Ann Arbor Area

    I've been drawing most of my life and in April 2012 Stickman Ray Studios was created. Currently I am working on artwork for children, my latest series Jamminals features unique drawings of animals with headphones each with their own story. All of my work is completely hand drawn and I hope to reach local audiences, attend art fairs, display my art and more.

  • Stone Arch Arts and Events
    Saline Area

    Built in 1899 and located in the heart of quaint Saline, Stone Arch offers an historic venue for events of character and beauty - from receptions and celebrations, to workshops, meetings, exhibits or performances. Recent updates and interior renovations have brought out the old luster and added a crisp newness to this architectural gem.

  • Sunday Artisan Market
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Sunday Artisan Market is an open air art market located in the historic Kerrytown District. Open April through December, 11am to 4pm, we offer unique, hand-made arts and crafts. With over 80 artisans, there's something for everyone!

  • Sunny Smith
    Ann Arbor Area

    My art is first created spontaneously, using watercolor or gouache, and only later do I go in and detail every millimeter with a Micron pen. My work is extremely detailed with bold colors, biomorphic in nature, with topographic hints.

  • Amy Beth Geerling Payne
    Outside Washtenaw County

    An artist who grew up in Jackson, and loves Ann Arbor. I like to laugh. And paint.

  • Surelutions
    Chelsea Area

    Leslie Surel is owner of Surelutions Websites and Graphics, director at chelseamich.com, and Board President at the Chelsea Center for the Arts.

  • Susan Nestor
    Outside Washtenaw County

    mixed media art

  • Sweet Heather Anne
    Ann Arbor Area

    We creat edible works of art that celebrate your personality and taste.

  • Swing City Dance Studio
    Ann Arbor Area

    Swing CIty Dance Studio offers quality dance instruction for children, teens & adults. Susan Filipiak, Director

  • Symbiote Digital
    Outside Washtenaw County

  • Terry Odell
    Ann Arbor Area

    Member, Professional Photographers of Michigan

  • Denise Grupp-Verbon
    Outside Washtenaw County

    TAPESTRY features Denise Grupp-Verbon, harpist and Michael Grupp-Verbon, guitarist.

  • Jerry Mack
    Ann Arbor Area

    Information on local blues/rock favorite The Terraplanes and the visual arts works of Rock Steady

  • the greenroom
    Ann Arbor Area

    the greenroom is an unconventional, creative God-centered movement designed at bringing together all forms of artists for the purpose of experiencing God in new and creative ways, and actively living out the radical love of Jesus in the world. The greenroom will officially launch on September 27th 2010 in Downtown A2. Get ready!

  • Chuck Colby
    Dexter Area

    4 Part Vocal Band singing music from the Mills Brothers, The Ink Spots, Elvis, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, Bob Marley and other covers as well as original music. The group is noted for the 3 exceptionally tall "MEN" and the "TENOR" who stands 5 feet tall. a blend of comedy and music that is fun for all ages.

  • Luanne Schonfeld
    Ann Arbor Area

    Black and White Fine Arts Photos, using film and developed by hand

  • Traven Pelletier
    Dexter Area

    Environmental Art - indoor and outdoor installation work and sculpture. Beautiful designs involving a variety of materials, water, and horticultural material. Park and Commercial sculpture planning.

  • mary thiefels
    Ann Arbor Area

    My name is Mary Thiefels. I am an Ann Arbor native and have been active in the local arts community for over 10 years. I have enjoyed wearing many hats, working with all kinds of artists in many different capacities. The most influential step I’ve taken in my career as an artist is with public mural art. After 10 years of developing community mural art programs, in South Eastern Michigan, in the fall of 2007, founded public art business, TreeTown Murals. Tree Town Murals is committed to promoting the visual development of local communities by fostering initiatives that support public art. By enhancing our neighborhoods, city centers, and parks with public artwork, we stand out as a community that makes art a part of our daily lives. I believe mural art should reflect the community it lives in, in addition to encouraging community involvement and economic development.

  • Jean Baker
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Hello, I am Jean. I am working as a Quality Check Assistant at Tropical Foods. Tropical Foods is the South's premier supplier of bulk food and nuts.

  • Kathleen Shea
    Ann Arbor Area

    One of a kind ceramics and paintings - oil, watercolor and acrylics. I also teach private lessons to kids through 12 grade.

  • Michael Lolich
    Outside Washtenaw County

    I am a Michigan-born, multimedia artist and designer who works primarily with acrylics, colored pencils, and photography. Most of my artwork encompasses a realistic style, but I also like to experiment with geometric and graphic pieces. Some of my art deals with astronomy-related themes. In case you can't tell from my images, I happen to love Color.

  • Lynn & Steve Cebula
    Outside Washtenaw County

    3D abstract wall art, clocks and candle holders in wood, aluminum & re purposed objects.

  • Two Twelve Arts Center
    Saline Area

    The mission of Two Twelve Arts Center is to provide a creative hub offering visual and performing artists the opportunity and working space to come together to work, create, and teach. The Center also contributes to the cultural life of the residents of Saline by supporting a full schedule of classes, programs, performances and exhibits. We look forward to providing a framework for a vibrant and supportive arts community with varied opportunities for artists, students and audiences. The Center provides an environment conducive to the creative process. Exhibits and shows will be held periodically throughout the year to highlight local artists work. The public is encouraged to view and purchase the art work. Artists and students are always welcome to gather for conversation in the first floor meeting room. Two Twelve Arts Center is sponsored by the Cowan Slavin Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit operating foundation.

  • D'Real Graham
    Ypsilanti Area

    Loving Ypsilanti.

  • Mark Creekmore
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Kristin Moser
    Ann Arbor Area

  • UM Gamelan
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Martha Travers
    Manchester Area

    My path is to assist individuals in accessing their creativity and life-vision. To do this, I teach contemplative practice (sitting meditation, tai chi, working with color, etc) and nature-based contemplative practice. I teach a 'Writer and Contemplative Practice' retreat at the GilChrist retreat center as well as a nature & mysticism retreat. I also teach these retreats in Northern Michigan in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park. Open to all who want to quest for deep vision with the assistance of the natural world. My work pertains to all the arts.

  • UM, The Gallery in the Duderstadt Center
    Ann Arbor Area

    Our gallery exhibits the widest range of creative talents from within the University of Michigan.

  • UMHS Gifts of Art
    Ann Arbor Area

    Visual Arts Coordinator for an Arts-in-Healthcare program at the University of Michigan Health System

  • Kathe Suddendorf
    Saline Area

    I am an artist in Saline, MI, working in watercolors, acrylics, and colored pencil. I teach colored pencil at my home studio in Saline.

  • Universal Circles Band
    Ann Arbor Area

    Specializing in Improvising Ambient Percussive Tribal Space Music, located in Michigan USA. MP3 and Video Samples of our ambient music on website.

  • Jim Leija
    Ann Arbor Area

    Jim Leija has been the Public Relations Manager for UMS since 2008. In this capacity, Jim manages the more traditional aspects of public and media relations, as well as coordinating UMS’s social media strategies and online community engagement (including overseeing UMS’s presence on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr, managing UMS’s Google AdWords account, and producing original audio, video, and blog content). Over the past year, he has served as the project manager for the UMS Lobby Project (www.umsLOBBY.org), created through an "Innovation Lab" grant awarded by EmcArts with support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. As a part-time consultant with NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work), Jim interfaces with a diverse array of clients in Metro Detroit’s nonprofit sector. He holds three degrees from the University of Michigan: a Master of Fine Arts in Art & Design, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. He lives in Ann Arbor with his husband and their two rescue dogs, Maisie and Olive.

  • University Musical Society (UMS)
    Ann Arbor Area

    One of the oldest performing arts presenters in the country, UMS is committed to connecting audiences with artists from around the world in uncommon and engaging experiences. With a program steeped in music, dance, and theater, UMS contributes to a vibrant cultural community by presenting approximately 60-75 performances and over 100 free educational activities each season (Sept. - April). UMS also commissions new work, sponsors artist residencies, and organizes collaborative projects with local, national, and international partners. While proudly affiliated with the University of Michigan and housed on the U-M campus, UMS is a separate not-for-profit organization that supports itself from ticket sales, grants, contributions, and endowment income.

  • University of Michigan
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Cathrin Ring
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Zoe Kumagai
    Ann Arbor Area

    I study double bass at the University of Michigan. I am originally from Southern California. I enjoy seeing dancers swoon to Bach, landscapes by Van Gogh and big fluffy clouds fill the Mid-West sky.

  • University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History
    Ann Arbor Area

    natural history museum

  • University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society
    Ann Arbor Area

    The University of Michigan Gilbert Society is the oldest student G&S organization in the nation. They put on two operettas a year. One in the fall, one in the spring.

  • Amanda Krugliak
    Ann Arbor Area

    Amanda Krugliak is a performance artist known for her revealing monologues that forever ask the question, "Are we there yet/?" Part of the vibrant San Francisco scene in the 1990's, she performed at the Marsh Theater, Climate Theater, Slim's nightclub, and the SF Fringe festival. In 2007, she performed as part of the PSI conference at NYU, and represented UM on a panel organized by Holly Hughes. Her collection of monologues was presented recently at the Dreamland Theater in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She was a featured performer at Followspot Theater, Chicago, and at Links Hall as part of the Rustbelt Revival festival in Chicago, curated by Holly Hughes and Kestutis Nakas, and was also one of three performers chosen for the curated 3X3 event at the Detroit Institute of the Arts in November 2009. She is the Arts Curator for the UM Institute for the Humanities, and a lecturer at the UM School of Art and Design.

  • University of Michigan Museum of Art
    Ann Arbor Area

    The University of Michigan Museum of Art is a meeting place for the arts, bridging campus and community, visual art and contemporary culture, scholarship and accessibility.

  • University of Michigan North Quad
    Ann Arbor Area

  • Mark Clague
    Ann Arbor Area

    I am a professor of music history focusing on music in the U.S. employed at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance. I play bassoon and work with Great Lakes Performing Artists Associates.

  • Renae Skoog
    Ann Arbor Area

    Costume Stock Administrator for University Productions at University of Michigan.

  • Mark Navarro
    Ann Arbor Area

    Mark is a student at the University of Michigan studying English and Creative Writing. He specializes in poetry, but also writes essays, fiction, drama, and screenplays. He is influenced by the Modernists and the Romantics. He is currently the president of the Undergraduate English Association at U-M.

  • Elizabeth Jackson
    Ann Arbor Area

    Consulting firm specializing in downtown revitalization. Arts & culture a significant element of the downtown mix. Also a creative writer.

  • Paul M. Hickman
    Ann Arbor Area

    A multi-disciplinarily art & design studio creating objects + environments through the decorative arts – green design, personalized custom furniture/cabinetry, home furnishings, decorative finishes, materials and color consulting, interior and graphic design, and fine art prints and sculpture. Reclaim a piece of Michigan’s environmental legacy created by the Emerald Ash Borer with fine picture frames and furniture by Urban Ashes. Designer, Paul M. Hickman’s new line of frames and furniture, Urban Ashes, is hand-crafted with transitional/disabled labor in Michigan from Michigan urban wood, salvaged from local Ash and other trees. These are trees that grew on our streets, in our yards, in our parks and in other urban areas. The entire Urban Ashes collection is hand-finished with petroleum-free finishes often highlighting the unique character of the Ash and other urban woods used in these frames.

  • Ventures in Media and Visual Arts
    Ann Arbor Area

    Ventures in Media and Visual Arts is organized to help young adult independent artists between the ages of 18 and 30 achieve their creative dreams by providing access to resources, connections and opportunities. Ventures operates by building alliances with organizations, institutions, business leaders established artists and various individuals to facilitate access to resources, networks and opportunities that might otherwise be unavailable to the young creative entrepreneurs in the area.

  • VEO Art Studio
    Chelsea Area

    Our mission is to provide opportunities to explore artistic expression in a warm and inviting environment for those interested in enhancing artistic expression or developing a greater appreciation of art. We offer classes in sculpture, drawing, fibers, creative expression and more. We invite local artists to teach and share workspace.

  • Village of Dexter Arts, Culture & Heritage Committee
    Dexter Area

  • The Village Puppeteers
    Outside Washtenaw County

    The Village Puppeteers Touring programs for 2014. The Village Puppeteers has been performing out of Michigan for ten years. Our puppeteers are world class performers and that have been performing in the arts for over 30 years. The Village Puppeteers performances run about 45 minutes but can be expanded or retracted to fit your needs. Our fees are generally about $450.00 per performance (Michigan libraries $350.00) with a sliding scale for multiple performances or combinations of different programs at the same location. Feel free to contact us to ask how we might fit meet the needs of your organization, we often are able to work with groups with a limited budget.

  • Vincent York's Jazzistry
    Ann Arbor Area

    Jazzistry is an Education Program that uses live performance to teach children and adults the story of jazz and its role in American History in order to: -Expand how we view our society -Cultivate a personal relationship with our history -Demonstrate the benefit and beauty of our multi-cultural heritage; and -Create a new generation of jazz lovers. JAZZistry is a concept, a program, and a growing educational non-profit partnership that is becoming a movement! Vincent York, a leading national jazz musician, created Jazzistry as an educational program in which artists tell the story of America's own true integration of history and culture, of past and present, and of races brought together with respect for a unique American artistic treasure known to the world as jazz. The program has diverse partners who understand the deep message, powerful method and social significance of Jazzistry. They see how Jazzistry turns on learning, connecting learners to the lessons of multicultural American through the power of the Arts.

  • Vitosha Guest Haus Inn
    Ann Arbor Area

    Vitosha was established as a cultural center fourteen years ago: raised stage, gardens, artist-in-residence lodging, summer theatre in the Gazebo Garden, art classes. We host tango every weekend, too!

  • Voices in Harmony Chorus
    Ypsilanti Area

    Voices in Harmony is a women's a cappella chorus from Ypsilanti, Michigan, specializing in 4-part harmony arranged in the barbershop style. Affiliated with Sweet Adelines International, a worldwide singing organization for women, Voices in Harmony provides fun, exciting, and innovative entertainment.

  • Wagner Design Associates
    Ann Arbor Area

    We deliver award-winning graphic design, hard working advertising, high-impact digital media, attention-grabbing corporate identity and web sites that mean business. With more than 20 years of experience, a successful track record and hundreds of loyal clients, Wagner Design Associates is an established and respected design firm in southeast Michigan. Visit our portfolio to view a sampling of our work – logos, advertising, sales collateral, brochures, html emails, posters, tradeshows, flash animations and direct mail campaigns that help boost sales and build brands.

  • Zoe Starkweather
    Ann Arbor Area

    Professionally, I am a writer of grants and fundraising documents for the school districts in Washtenaw County. And then, of course, there is a history of working for newspapers as a graphic designer, as well as a news and feature writer; working for PBS in graphic design, production and program development; writing fiction and editing small press journals.

  • Cynthia Baxter
    Saline Area

  • Wayne State University Press
    Ann Arbor Area

    Detroit's oldest nonprofit publisher.

  • Brenda Oelbaum
    Ann Arbor Area

    Feminist, Activist, Artist, Independent Curator and Arts Administrator.

  • Monte Fowler
    Ann Arbor Area

    Multi-talented guy who likes to have fun in life. REALLY living life itself is an art. Oh yeah, I also do photography and create web presences for artists, bands, businesses. Need help learning Twitter, Facebook, blogging?

  • Westside Neighborhood Art Hop
    Ann Arbor Area

    Within the boundaries of Liberty, Seventh, Pauline and Eberwhite Woods artists will open their studios and homes to public on December 15th, 2012. There will be other events as well.

  • margo west
    Chelsea Area

    i make dishes....i make dish-washing fun!

  • Whole Foods Market-Art That Is Local Gallery
    Ann Arbor Area

    Art That Is Local Gallery is a peaceful space in a store full of life and great food. Located on our Mezzanine level, the gallery highlights the work of our partners, The Ann Arbor Women's Artists along with other local artisans and our talented team members.

  • Dee Miles
    Manchester Area

    Working in jewelry satisfies an basic need in me: creating small pieces of art, one at a time, one of a kind. Having The Wild Acorn LLC as an outlet for my work and others is a joy to me.

  • judy gilmer
    Outside Washtenaw County

    Painter and sculpture artist. Judy's art reflects her internal response to the external world. She uses rich beautiful colors and is inspired by music and travel. She curates, judges exhibits and loves teaching.

  • Wild Swan Theater
    Ann Arbor Area

    For over 30 years, families and teachers have made Wild Swan Theater a tradition, delighting in our magical, lively productions performed by our award winning troupe of professional adult actors, dancers, musicians, and American Sign Language performers. As the only professional theater dedicated to young people in Michigan, we bring to life the very best in children's classic, introduce stories from other cultures, and provide a transformational theater experience like no other.

  • Women's Caucus for Art Michigan Chapter
    Ann Arbor Area

    The mission of the Women’s Caucus for Art is to create community through art, education and social activism. We are committed to: • recognizing the contribution of women in the arts • providing women with leadership opportunities and professional development • expanding networking and exhibition opportunities for women • supporting local, national and global art activism • advocating for equity in the arts for all

  • WOW! Factor Finishes
    Ypsilanti Area

    WOW! Factor Finishes. "It's all about the WOW! factor." We offer customized touches to finish off any area, indoors or out. Our colorful cement finishes can be used in wall hangings framed or unframed, complete wall coverings, floors, counter/desk tops, shelves, chairs and just about anywhere you can think of that could use something glorious. You'll never think of cement the same way again.

  • CONNIE CRONENWETT
    Ann Arbor Area

  • francesc burgos
    Ann Arbor Area

    Francesc Burgos, a Barcelona-born ceramist, designer and architect, currently makes one-of-a-kind ceramic and mixed-media sculptures for the home, some functional, some purely contemplative, always distinct and elegant, playful yet robust.

  • Alvey Jones
    Ann Arbor Area

    Painter in all media, printmaker, digital artist and book artist, also working in collage and assemblage

  • Suzanne Young
    Ann Arbor Area

    Costume designer with over 30 years experience in the performing arts. 2011 Wilde Award nominee.

  • Jane Thompson
    Ann Arbor Area

    YDT is a premier training organization for students grades 8 -18. Training includes a pre-professional program for eligible high school students.

  • Tara Truax
    Ypsilanti Area

    I am a photograper and dabble in 3-D collage. My photos generally depict lost or discarded items, dolls, mannequins, grafitti, or urban scenes. I also create photo collages in Photoshop.

  • Ypsilanti Community Band d/b/a Washtenaw Community Concert Band
    Ann Arbor Area

    The Washtenaw Community Concert Band (formerly the Ypsilanti Community Band) is a 70+-piece concert band, founded in 1979, that rehearses weekly and provides free concerts to the community approximately 8 times per year. There are no auditions and players of any age who are comfortable with the music are welcome. Through an agreement with Washtenaw Community College, we are now affiliated with that institution and offer academic credit for participation.

  • Ypsilanti Community Choir
    Ypsilanti Area

    Dedicated to providing our community with an opportunity to sing (without audition) and to experience our performances (without admission).

  • Ypsilanti District Library
    Ypsilanti Area

    The Ypsilanti District Library's mission is to enrich life, stimulate intellectual curiosity, foster literacy, and encourage an informed citizenry. Our arts and culture programs serve residents of all ages and range from weekly art projects and classes at the library to concerts, author appearances and art exhibits that appeal to the entire community.

  • Ypsilanti Pipe Organ Festival
    Ypsilanti Area

    The Ypsilanti Pipe Organ Festival is committed to making the organ and its music relevant to contemporary lifestyles by providing free, widely accessible concert events in a welcoming environment. We educate and enrich our community while inspiring and offering artistic development opportunities to today’s young musicians.

  • Ypsilanti Youth Orchestra
    Ypsilanti Area

    To provide an opportunity for middle school and high school students in Washtenaw County and neighboring counties to participate in the very rich experience that only a full orchestra can bring.

  • Zeke Mallory
    Ann Arbor Area

    Long time Ann Arbor artist and resident.

  • Ken Kozora
    Ann Arbor Area

    Composer, Performer, Educator, Thinker and Doer... Ken Kozora has been exploring sound for over 35 years playing trumpet, bass, synthesizer, electronic percussion, wind synth, flutes, hand percussion and any other new noisemaker he happens to stumble upon. Ken has recorded and performed with a wide variety of local and renowned international artists, leads his own world / jazz quartet “KOZORA”, performs solo for special events and composes music for dance (People Dancing Co.) and various media. Ken has taught music sequencing at Washtenaw Community College, music appreciation for seniors at JCC and Elderwise, group drumming & music with emotionally impaired children at Beacon Day Treatment Center, worked with special needs populations at Saline Schools summer program and provides private and group sessions for “those who think and learn in a different way“, as he likes to say! He is the founder and Director of Horns for the Holidays, an instrument recycling/donation program for underprivileged children, is a board member of Riverfolk Music & Arts, is very active on a number of projects with the Arts Alliance and is the Event Manager for Ecology Center. He also likes to mangle photos with his computer in his spare time and call it art...

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At www.a3arts.org (the “Site”), we strive to develop innovative services to better serve our users. We recognize that privacy is an important issue, so we design and operate our services with the protection of your privacy in mind. This Privacy Policy outlines the types of personal information we gather when you use the Site or its services, as well as some of the steps we take to safeguard your personal information.

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CHILDREN: This Site is not intended for use by any person under the age of eighteen (18). No one under the age of thirteen (13) is allowed to provide any personally identifying information about themselves to us, including information such as your name, address or e-mail address, and no one under the age of thirteen (13) is allowed to access or use the Site’s public discussion areas, forums, or chat rooms. Minors between the ages of thirteen (13) and seventeen (17) are required to obtain the permission of their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) prior to making any and all purchases, including subscriptions, on this Site. The Site does not knowingly collect personally identifying information from children under the age of thirteen (13). In the event that we learn that we have collected such information from a child under the age of thirteen (13), without parental consent, such information will be deleted from our database as soon as reasonably possible.

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If you have any concerns or questions about any aspect of this Privacy Policy, please feel free to contact our Privacy Policy Coordinator at [Provide email address]. Communications regarding this Privacy Policy should be directed to: PRIVACY POLICY COORDINATOR A3Arts.org Privacy Policy Coordinator:

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At www.a3arts.org (the “Site”), we strive to develop innovative services to better serve our users. We recognize that privacy is an important issue, so we design and operate our services with the protection of your privacy in mind. This Privacy Policy outlines the types of personal information we gather when you use the Site or its services, as well as some of the steps we take to safeguard your personal information.

The following principles apply to the personally identifying information we ask for and that you provide. "Personally identifying information" is information that individually identifies you, such as your name, physical address, email address, telephone number, credit card number or bank account information. You can find more details about the data we collect on particular services by clicking the links below.

DATA COLLECTION: Arts Alliance servers may automatically collect limited non-personally identifying information about your computer when you visit the Site, including without limitation, the type of browser software you use, the operating system you are running, the date and time of your query, one or more cookies that may uniquely identify your browser, the website that referred you to the Site, and your Internet Protocol. We use this information to operate, develop and improve our services. Also, with your knowledge and consent, the Site collects personally identifying information. The use of some of Arts Alliance’s services requires that you register with a user name. For example, when you complete a survey, make a purchase, subscribe to our publication(s), or register for any portion of our services, you are asked to provide information such as your e-mail address, and/or your name, and/or your phone number. We ask you for some personal information in order to create an account (typically your name, email address and a password for your account) and we will use that information to provide the service. COOKIES: Upon your first visit to the Site, a cookie may be sent to your computer that uniquely identifies your browser. A "cookie" is a small file containing a string of characters that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. We use cookies to improve the quality of our service and to better understand how people interact with us. We do this by storing user preferences in cookies and by tracking user trends and patterns of how people search. We also may use cookies to control the display of ads, to track usage patterns on the Site, to deliver editorial content, and to record registration and personalized information. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. You can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent, however, some features or services available at the Site may not function properly without cookies. The cookies may contain personally identifiable information and such cookies may be shared with our affiliates and other companies. Some of Arts Alliance’s advertisers occasionally serve you cookies as well. However, we have no control over cookies placed by advertisers.

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ACCESS: If you want to see the personal identifying information we have collected about you from this Site or if you believe any information we have is incorrect and you wish to correct it, please contact us at the e-mail address or phone number provided below. If we change or delete information in response to your request, we will not then continue to use it; however, some residual information may remain in backup records or records of deletions.

PROPERTY RIGHTS: Any communication or material other than your personal identifying information submitted to this Site, such as questions, comments, suggestions and ideas, become the exclusive property of Arts Alliance, and may be used for any purpose whatsoever without restriction or compensation. INFORMATION SECURITY We take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure or destruction of data. Unfortunately, no data can be guaranteed to be completely secure, including information you provide to the Site. We will not be responsible for any unauthorized access to your personally identifiable information.

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Cindy Johnson
The Arts Alliance
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734.213.2733
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