Join the South Haven Center for the Arts to celebrate 71 years of member creativity with an exhibition called Setting Stones.
Our members are our rock.
Stonehenge, Plymouth Rock, (R)rolling (S)stones, rock-n-roll, etched in stone, sticks and stones, rock your world, concrete jungle. You name it. You might just see it.
Artwork by Claire Hamlin
Setting Stones was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
South Haven Artists of Tomorrow
Each year the South Haven Center for the Arts gives local K-12 art students the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional gallery setting. South Haven High School, Baseline Middle School, North Shore Elementary School, St. Basil Catholic School, St. Paul Luthern School, Bangor Schools, Covert Schools, and Van Buren Tech participate each year.
Artwork by Kyra Gumpert, 2020
Artists of Tomorrow is sponsored by South Haven Public Schools and the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs
FUSEDChicago Midwest Encaustic
Featured the work of 23 artists working in the ancient medium of beeswax and pigment.
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Cover Me Again (6) by Cat Crotchett
FUSEDChicago Midwest Encaustic was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Interpretations in Fiber
Creative explorations in fiber and textile incorporating traditional and non-traditional materials from suede to steel.
Interpretations in Fiber was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Tales of the Sea: An Exhibition of Mythical and Aquatic Art
Juried exhibition that featured a diverse yet cohesive body of work from around the country exploring themes of aquatic beauty, mythology and folklore.
Artwork by Vincent Mattina
Tales of the Sea: An Exhibition of Mythical and Aquatic Art was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
The Art of Magic
Exhibition that highlighted the world of performance magic and magicians in America and beyond through early lithography, posters, prints, and other 19th and 20th century historical artifacts to explore connections between the art of magic and the magic of art.
The Art of Magic was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Marion Anderson and Dorris Akers
An exhibition in honor of the evolutionary artwork of South Haven residents Marian Anderson and Dorris Akers, two extraordinary artists who have been contributing art to our community for many years. Let their work tell you their stories.
Artwork: Detail of a painting by Marian Anderson from a drawing game played with her daughter during a flight to Japan.
Marian Anderson and Dorris Akers: What's Next? was sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
BOND: Five Mosaic Artists
Darcel Deneau – Sue Majewski – Joan Schwartz – Michelle Sider – Ruth Tyszka
2D and 3D mosaics created from glass, stone, ceramic and repurposed materials that illustrate the essential, yet often invisible bond between materials and the foundation on which each work is built.
It's All In the Eyes by Joan Schwartz
BOND: Five Mosaic Artists was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
9th Annual Juried Exhibition
With (re)Purpose features artwork created by regional artists that repurposes recycled materials into something beautiful and sustainable. With this exhibition the artists and the SHCA hope to create an awareness of the importance of responsible consumption to help protect earth’s global ecological footprint. We all live downstream.
Artwork by Theresa and Jeff Heaton
With (re)Purpose was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Head-to-Toe and In-Between
Featured the unique artwork of the the Southwest Michigan Printmakers (SWMP).
Artwork by Bev Hundley
Head-to-Toe & In-Between was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Eighth Annual Juried Exhibition
This exhibition explored the arrangement of line and mark in space as the main attraction.
Torso by Joan Bonnette
Just Drawing was sponsored by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Frida Kahlo's Garden
Frida Kahlo is considered one of the most significant artists of the 20th century. Her body of work, consisting of some 250 paintings and drawings, is at once intensely personal and universal in scope, and relies heavily on the natural world. The exhibition transports visitors to Kahlos' garden to experience her world as she did.
Frida Kahlo, seated next to an agave plant, 1937
Toni Frissell, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
Frida Kahlo's Garden is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs.