Promoting Community Enrichment Through the Arts


South Haven Center for the Arts

600 Phoenix Street

South Haven, MI 49090

Closed temporarily due to COVID-19.
We are continuing the SHCA mission of enriching the community through the arts from our home offices.
Updates will be posted here, sent to our email list, and on our blog. Thank you!
(269) 637-1041

Six Feet: 72nd Annual Member Exhibition


May 15–June 19, 2021

Virtual Gallery Walk and Zoom Opening

Friday, May 14, 2021

5:00 p.m. EST

Register for the opening here.

"There's Still Beauty" by Emily Kimball-Wells


This exhibition is supported by the the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.

Two Watercolor Workshops With Mary Guntzviller

Nesting Birds Zoom Into Birdhouses

May 11–13, 2021

Watercolor Technique Magic
August 23–25, 2021


Click here for details about Mary's classes.

Alone Together: Visual Stories From the Pandemic


June 25–August 7, 2021

Members of the Indiana Women’s Caucus for Art explore the challenge and unexpected opportunities posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, celebrate creativity, and showcase new work made during a time of change and uncertainty.

Artwork by Carol Myers

This exhibition is supported by the the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.

South Haven

Center for the Arts


Exhibition Schedule

The SHCA exhibition committee has been hard at work planning for 2021, and we look forward to the artwork of this year's talented artists.

Drawing by Amy Story

2020 Student Art Installation

May 7–31, 2021

Step outdoors to experience the visual world of young artists. Outdoor installations can be seen at Lincoln Elementary, North Shore Elementary, Baseline Middle School, South Haven High School, St. Basil School, Covert Public Schools, Bangor Middle School and High School, and Van Buren Technical Center.

Artwork by Jeremiah Dundas

The installation is supported by the Rotary Club of South Haven.

South Haven Mural Bike Rack Project

Downtown South Haven will feature 18 bike rack murals this summer to celebrate South Haven's designation as a Pure Michigan Trail Town!


The South Haven Art Bike Rack project is funded by the South Haven/Van Buren County Visitors Bureau and the South Haven Downtown Development Association.

Bike rack painted by Kyle Brooks for the City of Atlanta's Mural Bike Rack Project. Photo: City of Atlanta, Office of Cultural Affairs

South Haven Art Fair to Return in 2022

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the South Haven Center for the Arts' Board of Directors has decided to cancel the fair this year due to the safety issues of holding a large outdoor event. Read more here.

Please click here to see the artwork of the artists juried into the 2020 fair, and purchase their work to support these artists!

Artwork by Casey Bell