Artists & Organizations

2017 Membership Directory

Please take a moment to view some of greater Lansing and mid-Michigan's finest artists, creative entrepreneurs, art students, arts educators, and arts and cultural organizations! Arts Council membership also includes a diverse collection of festivals and annual events. To see this year's line-up, visit our Greater Lansing Festival Alliance page.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

View Category:

Allison, Marjorie



Unknown

Annis, David

2473 Small Acres Ln
Okemos, Michigan 48864
http://linelightcolor.com
Photography

Anwar, Natalie


DeWitt, Michigan
natalieanwar.photoshelter.com
Photography

Baker, Kenneth



Wood

Baldwin, Juanita



www.juanitabaldwin.com
Painting

Balluff, Frank


Michigan
www.frankballuff.com
Digital Media

Beamer, Christine



Arts Educator

Beeman, Linda J.



www.lindajbeeman.com
Printmaking

Bender, Patricia A.



www.PatriciaABender.com
Photography

Blatnik, Program Director, Catherine

c/o 15433 Turner Street
Lansing, Michigan 48906
http://disabilitiesministries.org/
Design Arts

Blixt, Ingrid


Lansing, Michigan 48917
www.ingridblixt.com
Drawing

Bohm, Clifford



Unknown

Boyang, Max and Louis



www.boyangtwins.com
Painting

Brickey, Kristine



www.kristineebrickey.com
Literature

Buckingham, LeeAnn



framersedge.net
Creative Entrepreneur

Bursch, Pat



Drawing

Bursch, Pat


Howell, Michigan
Fine Art Americia
Drawing

Cade, Sandra L C



3D Mixed Media

Chatterley, Mark

231 Turner
Williamston 48895
www.chatterley.com
Sculpture

Cholewicki, Deborah

4034 Pheasant Run
Holt 48842
Fiber

(SCENE) Metrospace

110 Charles Street East Lansing, Michigan 48823 http://www.art.msu.edu/content/scene-metrospace
Contacts
Jacquelynn Sullivan   Director of Galleries scene@msu.edu
Select a thumbnail to view larger image.

Purpose

(SCENE) Metrospace is an exhibition and non-traditional performance space located in downtown East Lansing, Michigan, just off of Grand River Avenue on Charles Street. Founded in 2004 by the City of East Lansing, as a response to the "Cool Cities" initiative set forth by the former Governor Granholm. (SCENE) Metrospace has maintained a diverse range of visual art exhibitions, musical performances, and other forms of expression since it's opening. In the summer of 2015, the Department of Art, Art History, and Design at Michigan State University and the City of East Lansing joined forced to program and operate (SCENE) Metrospace.

Programs, Services, and Events

Through exhibitions featuring regional, nation, and international artists (SCENE) Metrospace hopes to challenge our ways of thinking about the visual and performing arts. Through free public exhibitions, programs, performances, and events (SCENE) Metrospace offers hands-on experiences in the arts and professional development opportunities for Michigan State University students and faculty, and the greater East Lansing community. Programs include poetry readings, artist's talks, exhibitions, and special performances.

Membership / Admission

Admission is free with the exception of some special programming.

Hours

During Exhibitions (SCENE) Metrospace maintains the following hours: Thursday 3-7PM Friday 1-7PM Saturday 12-5PM Sunday 12-5PM

Dates and Locations

   

   

Become a Member