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2019 Exhibitions


January 8-February 2

In Legacy, an exhibit featuring the work of Bill Randall and Roycine King, we celebrate our local art elders. With a combined resume of over 50 years of producing art, each artist in this exhibit offers a unique perspective and handle on their craft.    

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Change of Seasons

March 12-April 20

In our 19th Annual Change of Seasons exhibition, local artists will be showcased in an amazing show of talent and craft. The exhibit always demonstrates a large range of mediums and thoughts and spans the work of Kindergarten students to adults.  

Sandhill Crane 16 X 20 watercolor $270 b

The Nature of Mind

June 18-July 27

Reception: July 8, 2019

Visiting artists Ann Burroughs and Steve Deupree present their works in this collaborative show. 

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Plein Air

September 3-October 12

Reception: October 5, 2019

Local artists gathered at Lundell Farms on August 30th, 2019 to paint en plein air. These pieces will be on display and a People's Choice Award will be presented.

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Back to Basics

February 5-March 9

Let's get back to basics! All of the work on display in this exhibit are round or square in format. 


25 and Under

April 23-June 15

The voices of the future are on display at the Arts Council of White Lake - Nuveen Center in the newest exhibit, Emerging Artists: 25 and under. Three talented and emerging art professionals are showcasing their work.

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Community Canvas

July 30-August 31

Reception: August 26, 2019

The weekend of July 3, thousands gathered in downtown Muskegon to celebrate our thriving art culture at the Lakeshore Art Festival. The community participated in a community canvas. The sales from this exhibit benefit local art programs. 


Fall into the Arts:

Four Freedoms

Oct. 15-Nov. 9

Reception: October 26, 2019

Students from across Muskegon County will re-imagine FDR's four freedoms in this youth exhibit. 

Past Exhibitions

Art Walk

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

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