The Truth About Acting Nov. 25
Learn about the process and method of acting from two perspectives -President and CEO of West Michigan Symphony Carla Hill and ACWL Executive Director Kimberly Harsch will discuss their different approaches and how acting applies to their everyday life. Featured at our new location at 106 E. Colby St. in Whitehall.
ACWL new location 106 E. Colby in Whitehall!
Thanks to over 30 volunteers working round the clock for over a month, we are in our new space at 106 E. Colby St. in Whitehall. Our gallery has beautiful, unique items for holiday gifts! Come see over 100 area students at our Fall Into the Arts Exhibit!
Christmas Crafts and Youth Art Fair Nov. 22
Our annual Christmas Craft day and Youth Art Fair is on Saturday Nov. 22 from 11-2. Santa will visit from 12:30 - 1 pm.
A Murder of Crows by Andrew Jagniecki
Award-winning printmaker Andrew Jagniecki
Montague High School Seniors Shelby Friday and Reilly Farris with their creation: Ver-mysitical young woman with water pitcher.
Innovations: Making the Ordinary Extraordinary is the theme interpreted by over 100 area students at this annual exhibit at the Nuveen. Schools represented include North Muskegon, Reeths-Puffer, Montague and Whitehall.
We serve to encourage, initiate, and facilitate an enriched artistic, cultural and creative environment throughout the White Lake community. Arts Council of White Lake programs, scholarships and grants, which reach thousands of people from all walks of life each year, help build a spirited, giving, and global White Lake culture. We connect people to people and people to community through the universal language of art.
ACWl co-hosts North Shore Arts Corridor with Shelley Irwin (17036 KB)
Watch our 2014 Highlights Video!
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