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2017 Exhibitions

Many Miles

January 3- February 5

We were excited to show the work of Whitehall resident, Janice Brower, during the
month of February. Her work represented the bright and whimsical beauty in the painting process. Each piece bravely portrayed a new floral arrangement. 


Artist in Residence

April 11-May 27

Her work explores concepts of identity and diversity through portraiture and self-portraiture.



July 4-Sept. 2

Students designed their own skateboard to be on display in this exhibit 


Your Time is Now

Sept. 11-Oct. 20

We celebrated the work of Muskegon based artists, Amy and John Wilkinson, in our
newest exhibit, Lost & Found . The gallery was full of their whimsical creations that
brought dream like dress forms and bears to life. The public met the artists at the
public reception and lecture on October 4. Refreshments were provided by Fetch
Brewing Co. The Artist in Residence program was kindly funded by the White Lake
Lothmann Family Fund of the Community Foundation for Muskegon County.


Change of Seasons

February 28-April 8

This annual juried art competition brings out the best of local youth and adult artwork. See what artists from your community have been working on in this special exhibition that kicks off our spring season.



May 30-July 1

Blue is all around us, from the sky to our lake. Be inspired by the color that brings us so much life in this photography exhibit. Community members submitted their favorite photograph to bring this exhibit to life. 


Tales & Fables

August 1 -Sept. 2

Ten local artists were asked to create a new piece inspired by a tale or fable. Experience a new outlook on the stories you know so well in each artist’s visual representation on display at the Nuveen Center.

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All about Myself

Oct. 24-Nov. 11

Celebrate our annual Fall into the Arts exhibit as you learn all about our local students. The exhibit serves as a fundraiser for local art programs. Come see how each school interprets the theme and gets their students thinking and making about themselves.


Art Walk

Let art be your guide to the White Lake area, as you explore our outdoor sculptures. 

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