Albion Arts Facebook Groups

Albion Mich Art News Stream offers an overview of the arts from various public Facebook pages.  This page merges Facebook posts from Albion College Art & History Department, Albion Michigan Arts, Albion College Art Galleries, Schuler Arts in Albion, EastEnd Studio and Gallery, Ken Shenstone Ceramic Studio and Anagama Kiln, Dave Habicht, and Anne Beyer Ceramics.

Albion Arts Facebook Feed

Tuesday June 19th, 2018 - 4:52 pm

Albion Michigan Arts Page

Fête de la Musique - Albion 2018!Pick up a commemorative bookmark that lists June events at Stirling Books, Dickerson Music, City Hall, or the Albion District Library. Remember to come downtown this Thursday, June 21, the first day of summer, to enjoy the music! Starts at 5pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Fête de la Musique - Albion 2018!

Tuesday June 19th, 2018 - 10:42 am

EastEnd Studio & Gallery

Tomorrow is the last full day to view “Wood and Oil” in the Larson Exhibition Room. Come take a look at the skilled work in this show before we take it down. Next up: a solo exhibition of work by Naomi Haralson. ... See MoreSee Less

Tomorrow is the last full day to view “Wood and Oil” in the Larson Exhibition Room. Come take a look at the skilled work in this show before we take it down. Next up: a solo exhibition of work by Naomi Haralson.Image attachment

Tuesday June 19th, 2018 - 10:26 am

Ken Shenstone Ceramic Studio & Albion Anagama

youtu.be/3eZ9tGbYaUwYou can learn more about Sita, our blind wonder cat, and the other denizens of the studio here: www.kenshenstone.com/studio-life/#/thecats/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday June 15th, 2018 - 4:34 pm

EastEnd Studio & Gallery

We look forward to presenting the work of Naomi Haralson starting June 26th. On the 29th, we hope to see you at our reception! Naomi’s work is, in part, inspired by impressionist tradition, as well as her flights, which allow her to see a birds-eye-view of the world. Naomi, a relatively young artist, is still developing her artistic style and finding new ways to grow, hence the name “Fermented.” ... See MoreSee Less

We look forward to presenting the work of Naomi Haralson starting June 26th. On the 29th, we hope to see you at our reception! Naomi’s work is, in part, inspired by impressionist tradition, as well as her flights, which allow her to see a birds-eye-view of the world. Naomi, a relatively young artist, is still developing her artistic style and finding new ways to grow, hence the name “Fermented.”

Wednesday June 13th, 2018 - 5:23 pm

Albion College Art and Art History Department

Here's a closer look at one of our senior Art History students and his career at Albion College.In today’s spotlight is, senior, Sean Barlett. Originally from Ann Arbor, MI, Sean majors in Art History and double minors in Business and Management. He’s also a member of the Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management. This summer, Sean is participating in the Foundation for Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (FURSCA), by which he’s researching Die Brucke, a German Expressionist group from the early 20th century. In his research, he has been analyzing a number of German prints from the Albion College Print Collection, as well as prints from the University of Michigan Museum of Art, which he places each into a historical context. He hopes his summer research will aid him in his work towards a departmental thesis this coming Spring.

When Sean isn’t participating in everything art history, he volunteers his time as President of Union Board and Fundraising Director of the Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity. He stated, “I love being part of organizations which give back not only to this amazing school but also the community. It has been an honor to serve on the executive boards for both organizations, which I will miss greatly upon graduation next May.”

Sean states his favorite class at Albion College was History of Prints, a co-taught lecture by Art Historian, Dr. Bille Wickre and Professor of Art, Anne McCauley. He had the honor of taking this class as a first-year student, a class which usually is directed towards senior Art and Art History majors. He stated, “The class was like nothing I had ever taken before. The professors and students were amazing to work with. The class was a detailed look into the cultural, political, and economic impacts of art throughout history, and is the reason I’m an Art History major today."

In Sean’s future, he plans to attend graduate school for a masters degree in fine art. He hopes to one day utilize his skills as an art historian and businessman to open an international art gallery.

Stay tuned to next week for our next Spotlight on another incredible artist in the Albion College Fine Arts Community!
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Heres a closer look at one of our senior Art History students and his career at Albion College.

Wednesday June 6th, 2018 - 4:47 pm

Schuler Arts

Whimsical birdhouses from this weekend's workshop turned out great! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Oh I would have loved to do one of those

Wednesday June 6th, 2018 - 4:35 pm

Schuler Arts

Greetings,

Pam and I hope that all is well with you and your family as we head into summer. We are fine and have enjoyed the blessing of a great year here at Schuler Arts. We will soon be clearing out our clay studio and removing any unclaimed artwork from our storage shelves which currently are overflowing. So, this is a heads up for those who may have art pieces that were never finished or picked up previously.

Saturday, June 16th from 10:00AM to 4:00 PM is the final “Glazing and Blazing Day” before our summer studio break and we will be discarding any unclaimed work after that date. Please call or email us and let us know if you wish to glaze and fire them or to arrange another time to get your creations in the near future.

We hope to hear from you soon and that you have an amazingly peaceful, productive and joy-filled-summer.
Best regards!

Pam and Nobel

Please contact us at—517-629-8293 or nobelschuler@yahoo.com
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Wednesday May 30th, 2018 - 1:05 pm

Albion College Art and Art History Department

In today’s spotlight is recent Albion College graduate, Anna Blum. Originally from Burbank, IL, Anna graduated this year with degrees in Art and Art History. Her concentration was photography, which she displayed her work in this year’s senior exhibition “Visual Chatter, Silent Conversations”. (Seen below)

When asked what her favorite class at Albion was, she responded, "Baroque Art. It was my first art history class with Dr. Bille Wickre and she was the one who made me realize my love of art history. I loved learning about the history and theories about different pieces of art so much that I added art history as a second major. Being in class with Dr. Wickre is always great, there's never a dull moment!”

In her future, Anna plans to work in a professional studio exploring different theories and styles of photography.

Stay tuned to next week for our next Spotlight on another incredible artist in the Albion College Fine Arts Community!
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Tuesday May 15th, 2018 - 5:13 pm

Ken Shenstone Ceramic Studio & Albion Anagama

This Olive Oil Container is beautiful and functional. It is 11 inches tall, 3 inches in diameter.

For sale now in my online store.

www.kenshenstone.com/store/#/olive-oil-container-item-ooc-05121/
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This Olive Oil Container is beautiful and functional. It is 11 inches tall, 3 inches in diameter.

For sale now in my online store.

http://www.kenshenstone.com/store/#/olive-oil-container-item-ooc-05121/

Friday August 5th, 2016 - 10:38 am

Anne K. Beyer Ceramics

ANNE'S LAST POTTERY SALE:

Saturday, August 6th: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday, August 7th: 9:00am - 6:00pm

Hi Everyone,

I am in the process of moving to Bloomington because I am starting my MFA program in the Fall at Indiana University. This weekend will be my final sale at Albion Anagama. I am hoping to sell as much as I can to cut down on how much inventory I have to move and to make a little cash to help with the moving costs.

Hope to see you at the shop,
Anne
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Saturday June 25th, 2016 - 8:12 am

Anne K. Beyer Ceramics

I am moving to Bloomington to get my MFA at IU in the Fall. Pass this along to anyone who is looking for more wood fire experience and the opportunity to work with Ken Shenstone.Hello All. Anne Beyer is going to Indiana University to get her MFA in the fall and so we are looking for a new Resident Artist to take her place. Please pass this along to anyone who would be qualified to apply! ... See MoreSee Less

I am moving to Bloomington to get my MFA at IU in the Fall. Pass this along to anyone who is looking for more wood fire experience and the opportunity to work with Ken Shenstone.

 

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Tuesday April 21st, 2015 - 9:26 am

Limited Edition - A Space for Young Artists, Writers & Makers

Opportunity for Artists!
Call for Submissions:
Please send up to 5 work samples, a description of your work/bio, or how you'd like to be involved with Limited Edition to limitededitionpetoskey@gmail.com
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Opportunity for Artists!
Call for Submissions:
Please send up to 5 work samples, a description of your work/bio, or how youd like to be involved with Limited Edition to limitededitionpetoskey@gmail.com
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