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Visit And Learn More About Art Right Here In Marshall County!

Visit And Learn More About Art Right Here In Marshall County!

  1. The Heartland Artist Gallery is located at 101 N. Michigan, Plymouth, IN. The hours are 10am to 4pm Tuesday through Saturday! They are a not for profit group that was founded in the 1970’s made up of artists and those who support the arts. Heartland Artist Gallery hosts two annual juried art exhibits: The Small Wonders in May and the Regional Juried Art Exhibit in October. They are able to provide an art award to a Marshall Co. high school senior going on to further their art education, as well as offering art classes for children and adults throughout the year and we display the artwork of our members daily, plus an invited featured artist monthly! Their mission is, “Open to artists and those interested in the visual arts. Dedicated to promoting multi-media visual art forms. Purpose is to encourage mutual support of local artists. Broaden our knowledge through learning and sharing. Build an artistic link with the community. Share art exhibits, classes, programs and education.” Join them with a HEART for ART! They have a wide variety of classes for kids to adults, as well as several events and opportunities to volunteer year round! We invite you to contact them, check out their website, or go in to visit and check out all the wonderful things local artists have to offer!
  2. We absolutely love Moon Tree Studios! They are a part of the Center at Donaldson and listed as a 501(c)(3) organization. Their mission statement is, “Moon Tree Studios, a ministry of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, challenges people to experience mindfulness as they fearlessly explore the interconnectedness of art, nature, and the Spirit within.” And there vision statement is, “Through participation in Moon Tree experiences people awaken to their creative potential and sow the seeds for a more mindful, compassionate and sustainable Earth Community.” Moon Tree Studios offers a members benefit support, 45 Art Studio Experiences, 21 Fiber Experiences, 11 Spirit Experiences, 15 Ecology Experiences, and even some new open studio hours! You can do something good for yourself and become a Moon Tree Volunteer! I am sure they would love for you to become a member and join in on doing little things that make the bigger things in life possible! Always remember that “Moon Tree’s success depends on a diverse community—Artists, Organizers, Docents, Dreamers, Spinners, Potters, Painters, Weavers, Carpenters, Gardeners, Musicians, and Dancers. Whatever your talent, consider contributing to the fearless, creative community known as Moon Tree.” You can check out the Moon Tree Studios website in order to look for events, classes, and all sorts of experiences. You can even check out their website to learn how to become a member!
  3. Main Street Studio is known as a space for creative souls both young and old, professional and novice in which they are able to gather, create, and inspire. According to their website, “The Studio is the joined venture of party-planner and designer Heather Widner with Buzzworthy Parties & Design AND photographer and fellow entrepreneur Danielle Mavrick with Danielle Mavrick Photography. As moms to young kids and work-from-home creatives, Heather and Danielle recognized the need for a creative hub in the Culver area and paired that need with their love for learning, creating, and teaching to design a space that would bring out the creative side of everyone.” The studio offers drop-in DIY Pinterest projects, kids classes and play space, as well as creative workshops and private parties. When it comes to DIY Pinterest projects, we are all pretty guilty of scrolling and pinning but rarely finding the time to sit down and craft. Main Street Studio makes this easy, as they have the ability to get all the items needed to do these Pinterest projects. So feel free to stop in, choose from their featured projects, and CREATE! They feature projects for all ages which is awesome! Along with that, featuring Mini Main Street! The Studio gives kids the freedom to love learning, be creative, use their imaginations, and inspire one another. The Studio always has ongoing classes for grown-ups too! They are all about inspiring creatives to keep learning. They even offer private studio rental for crafting celebrations for adults and themed or crafting parties for kids/tweens/teens! Please check out their website for all events and information over how to plan a party! They have an April calendar with all sorts of events that you are more than welcome to check out!
  4. Located at Culver Academies in Culver, IN is the Crisp Visual Arts Center. The Rosemary Berkel Crisp and Harry L. Crisp II '53 Visual Arts Center is a dedicated teaching/learning environment for the visual arts. The Eppley Hall of Science was renovated and changed into the Visual Arts Center, which stores 15 pottery wheels and three kilns, a film darkroom with 14 enlargers, two art galleries, an auditorium, classrooms, a Mac computer lab with 14 stations, and faculty offices. The Crisp Visual Arts Center also features the Deer-Zink and Wolfe Galleries, which allows Culver students and staff to see their work in a professional exhibit space as well as allowing displays of Culver’s broad and varied art collections. The Toots Henderson Auditorium is a state-of-the-art space that acts as a versatile area for academic classes, campus meetings, and special events. If you are interested in visiting the Crisp Visual Arts Center on the Culver Academy Campus, please visit their website for more information!