LANSING, Mich. — Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center presents ARTpath Artist Talks for Summer 2020. ARTpath along the Lansing River Trail from REO Town to Old Town showcases work by Michigan artists whose work tells unique stories. ARTpath Artist Talks presents an opportunity for the community and gallery members to gather safely at various sites along the trail and engage with the art and artists.
ARTpath Artists have been invited to speak about their work at the site of the installation. Artists will be speaking outside. Participants are encouraged to bring their own form of seating as well as materials to draw, paint, or sculpt their own version of the piece following the talk. Participants are also asked to practice social distancing and to wear a face covering.
ARTpath Artist Talks will kick off with Artist Doug DeLind on June 30 at 6PM. He will speak about his installation Contemplating located at Historic Turner Dodge House in Old Town
The series continues through the summer featuring these artists.
Tuesdays @ 6 PM
June 30 –– Doug DeLind
July 14 –– Jane Reiter
July 28 –– Craig Hinshaw
August 25 –– Michael Magnotta
Participants will need to pre-register for dates they would like to attend. The event is free with a suggested donation amount of $10 or pay what you can.
For more information about Artist Talks and to register, please visit: https://lansingartgallery.org/artpath-artist-talk/ [lansingartgallery.org]
For information about ARTpath and to view a map visit:
Please be courteous of others considering the effects of COVID-19. We encourage you to practice social distancing as well as to wear a face covering.
ARTpath 2020 is generously supported by our title sponsors Rathbun Agency/Auto-Owners with additional support by Redhead Design Studio, Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, MEDC, AF Group, Board of Water and Light, Norm Charles, Sue & the late Jack Davis, Melissa Eyde, Sam & Judy Eyde, Fox 47, Gillespie Group, Hude Legal Services, PLLC , Kramer Mgt. Group, Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Laurie Lonsdorf, Michelle Massey & Joe Findlater, Gary & Nancy McRay, Rich Sneary, Dan & Bonnie Warmels.
People can support ARTpath and the work of Michigan artists through our Patronicity Campaign here: patronicity.com/artpath2020 [patronicity.com] The MEDC is matching Patronicity contributions up to $7,500! Your gift and impact will be doubled!#lansingartpath [facebook.com]
Founded in 1965, Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center provides public awareness, education and enjoyment of the visual arts by promoting the works of Michigan artists. The gallery and education center offer opportunities to experience the visual arts through educational programming and galleries featuring Michigan artists. The Gallery offers free admission and accessible entry to the downtown Lansing location at 119 North Washington Square. Serving as one of Michigan’s key cultural resources, the gallery and education center provides a forum for self-expression, dialogue, and community engagement.
Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center's programs are funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, Arts Council of Greater Lansing, Mariel Foundation, Capital Region Community Foundation, R.E. Olds Foundation, Joe D. Pentecost Foundation, and the membership of Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center. Employment programs, activities, and services of Lansing Art Gallery are provided for equally and without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, age, and disabilities.
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