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Presented by LowellArts and the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, the Lowell Showboat Sizzlin' Summer Concert Series runs June 16 to August 25.
Free, family-friendly outdoor concerts on the Riverwalk Plaza are Thursday evenings beginning at 7:00pm in downtown Lowell.
June 16 - Mungion
The Michigan League of Handweavers 21st Biennial Show will be held at the LowellArts Gallery. Entries were selected by guest juror, Barbara Bushey, who is currently an art professor at Hillsdale College.
Exhibit on display:
May 14 to June 25
Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 12-5pm
Dixon’s Violin is, as you may have guessed, Dixon and his violin. A master of improvised 5-string electric violin, Dixon has given four TED talks/performances, and performed over ten years at the renowned musical festivals, Burning Man and Electric Forest. Dixon has released multiple albums, including, From the Forest (2018), Nonsense Night (2018), Jade Dragon (2012), and Desert Trip (2010).
Learn more about Dixon’s Violin with an in-depth article and recorded interview.
Needle Felted Bunny | June 18
Abstract Felt Art | July 23
Needle Felted Bumblebee | August 2
Continued Watercolor Series
June 22, 29, July 6, 13
Beginning Photography Series
Sept 24, Oct 1, 8, 15
The LowellArts Theatre will present Sylvia by A.R. Gurney. The production will be July 29, 30, 31 & August 5, 6, 7. New empty-nesters, Greg and Kate, move to Manhattan where they find a lost dog named Sylvia. Soon after bringing Sylvia home, the street-smart mix becomes a major bone of contention between husband and wife as Sylvia becomes a rival for Greg’s affection. This hilarious play is suitable for adult audiences only.
Thursday, June 9 or Friday, June 10 at 6:00pm
July 9 to August 13, LowellArts will host the Post Festival Satellite Show with pieces from the Festival of the Arts, Regional Arts Exhibition.
The Regional Arts Exhibition is part of the annual Festival of the Arts in downtown Grand Rapids and features artwork by hundreds of regional artists. LowellArts is proud to host a post-festival satellite show featuring many of the pieces from this exhibition.