The Art of Change

An exhibition of art that raises awareness of current global issues of our time in an effort to provoke positive change.

The Art of Change

January 9 – February 15

On display in the LowellArts Gallery, are entries to The Art of Change, an exhibition of art that raises awareness of current global issues of our time in an effort to provoke positive change.

 

Artists from Michigan were eligible to submit artwork in any media that addressed themes such as human rights, social justice, gender equality, and environmental stewardship. Entries aim to promote awareness, create dialogue, and serve as a call to action to ultimately create change for the common good.

Gallery Hours:

Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm

Saturday 10am-5pm

Artist Reception:

January 9, 6-8pm

Join us for a Meet-the-Artists Reception on Thursday, January 9, 6:00-8:00pm. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Artists

Molly Alicki Corriveau
Hannah Apps
Diann Bartnick
Jennifer Boes
Betsy Borre
Mike Bryant
Sheryl Budnik
Ron Campbell
Evie Carrier
Margaret Colarelli
Elaine Dalcher
Wesley De Vries
JA Dine
Jane Dixson VanBemden
Jenny Dood
Wayne Edwards
Gary Eldridge
Sarah Ellis
Timothy M Emmons
Cynthia Foley
Kathy M Forzley
Raymond Gaynor
Kimberly Grace Gill
Elaine Hannink
Sandra Hansen
Deborah L. Hoover
Grace Huizinga
Bill Ingraham
DeLaine M Klar
Doug Klemm
Michael Koole
Mary Kuilema
Linda Laughter
Darla-Jo LeBaron
John Leben
Sri Soekarmoen McCarthy
Patti Mollema
Terese Olson
Bonnie Palutke
Betsy Ratzsch
Mary Jean Reusch
Deborah Rockman
John Rothwell
Payge Rumler
Patti Sevensma
Jane P Tobie
Pete Walsh
Jeanette Woltmann

LowellArts

223 W Main Street

Lowell, MI 49331

616-897-8545

info@lowellartsmi.org

 

Gallery Hours:

Tuesday - Friday 10am-6pm

Saturday 10am-5pm

Office Hours:

Tuesday - Friday 10am-6pm

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LowellArts is supported in part by:

LowellArts is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Deborah Rockman