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Events

Introducing First Thursdays and the New Pocket Gallery & Annex

Opening Reception, Thursday, June 27, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.  

This month features the work of SHCA Exhibition Committee members David Baker, Janet Beatty, Sheryl Drenth, Katrina Jones, Charles A. LaRue, Carol Myers, Barb Raudonis and Sherry Saenz.

First Thursdays
Join us on the first Thursday of each month beginning on August 1st to view new Pocket Gallery exhibitions.

More information coming soon on how members can apply to exhibit in the Pocket Gallery. You must be a member of the South Haven Center for the Arts at the artist level to exhibit your work. Visit the home page or call (269) 637-1041 to become a member.

First Thursdays are brought to you by the SHCA Exhibition Committee.

 

Artwork by Charles A. LaRue: "House in the Neighborhood" (top) and "Farm in Lowell"

This event and First Thursdays are free and open to the public.

Call for Art Bikes!

South Haven, MI Summer 2019

We invite artists, store owners and residents to decorate a bicycle for display around town this summer to celebrate South Haven's designation as one of the first Pure Michigan Trail Towns and draw visitors to your business, neighborhoods and sights of South Haven.

Bikes will be debuted in the Fourth of July parade and on display through September 15 when they will be auctioned.

We can match you with an artist if you like and help you find a spot if you don't have one in mind.

 

Email info@southhavenarts.org to register. Bikes are available for pick-up at Rock N' Road through June 28, or until supplies last. 

 

Bikes donated by Rock N' Road of South Haven, Cycle-Re-Cycle of St. Joe and SHCA members.

Art Bikes is brought to you by the SHCA and the Art on the Town Committee, in partnership with the South Haven Visitors Bureau.

61st Annual South Haven Art Fair

June 29 - 30, 2019

The 61st Annual South Haven Art Fair is a two-day juried festival held one block from the Lake Michigan shore in Stanley Johnson Park. This year’s unique blend of talent includes works in acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, drawing, sculpture, photography, glass, wood, clay and wearable art. In the last 61 years, the art fair has evolved to include as many as 120 local and regional artists, drawing tens of thousands of guests to enjoy one of a kind artwork and all South Haven has to offer summertime visitors.

Admission is free. Enjoy the view!

Email southhavenartfair@gmail.com with questions. 

33rd Annual Mistletoe Market

November 23 - December 24, 2019

The Mistletoe Market offers a diverse collection of unique gifts and gourmet food items created by local and regional artists, sure to please kids and adults alike. Shoppers can choose from a wonderful array of original works in a variety of materials and media: stoneware, ceramics, fiber arts, mosaics, photography, stained glass, knits, paintings, wood, glass art, prints and pieces created from recycled materials, felt, florals and polymer clay.  Check back for applications!

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