2020 Exhibitions

101 Faces: Carolyn Carmel

January 3 - January 31

Reception & First Friday: January 3

"In a society that believes women have an expiration date, it has become too easy to overlook the beauty of those who are aging gracefully. You started with a blank canvas... Your body, and you, have been changing since the day you were born and will do so until the day you die."

- Carolyn Carmel

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Change of Seasons

March 14-June 26

In our 20th 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

Plein Air

August 11 - September 26

Throughout July, classes focused on creating 'en plein air' will be offered through the ACWL-Nuveen and hosted throughout the community. Pieces created during these classes will be featured in this exhibit.

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Fall into the Arts

November 7 - December 1

Students throughout Muskegon County will be featured in this exhibit. This year's theme is IMPACT 2020​. Watch the exhibit video here

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An Origin: Ann Kraus

February 7-March 6

Reception & First Friday: February 7

Local artist Ann Kraus will be featuring pieces throughout her lifetime. From a student at Montague High to today.

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Controlled Chaos

July 7 - 31

Virtual Reception: Wednesday, July 29 at 4:00p.m. on the ACWL-Nuveen Facebook Page

Montague artists Ron Fellin and Sarajane Fellini will be showcasing their paintings and mixed media artwork in a joint exhibition. 

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Bodies of Work: Exquisite Corpse & H20 

October 1 - 31

Virtual Reception: Friday, October 16 at 5:00p.m. on the ACWL-Nuveen Facebook Page

Southwest Michigan Printmakers present two shows: 'Exquisite Corpse -- Head-to-Toe & In-Between' and The 'H20 Show'

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Past Exhibitions

Art Walk

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