Albion Arts – Facebook Pages

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.

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Wednesday July 8th, 2020 - 2:25 pm

Albion College Art and Art History Department

Langston Hughs: The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain

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Langston Hughs: The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain 

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Monday July 6th, 2020 - 2:32 pm

EastEnd Studio & Gallery

Selections from our student art exhibition. Featured here is work by Kierstynn Lepper, Anaya Burghdorf, and Jaylin Mead. Check out the full exhibit at eastendstudioandgallery.com! ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday July 2nd, 2020 - 4:52 pm

EastEnd Studio & Gallery

Our summer camp starts soon! “Fur, Fins, Feathers, & Scales” is for ages 5-11 and will take place online for the safety of our campers. Campers will create a variety of projects using the animal kingdom as inspiration. 🦥🐠🦜🐢

Call the gallery at (269) 789-2379 to register.
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Our summer camp starts soon! “Fur, Fins, Feathers, & Scales” is for ages 5-11 and will take place online for the safety of our campers. Campers will create a variety of projects using the animal kingdom as inspiration. 🦥🐠🦜🐢

Call the gallery at (269) 789-2379 to register.

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This is a zoom camp. For the safety of your family and ours this camp will be held online.

Ellie Nichole Woods for Conner?

Thursday July 2nd, 2020 - 12:27 pm

Albion College Art and Art History Department

Carrie Mae Weems' career spans across three decades and encompasses works that explore race, class, and gender identity. Her artist approach encompasses a variety of applications such as text, fabric, photographs, video works, and performances. In 1995 she began a body of work that work specifically confronted photography's racist history and application. The photos themselves were taken by Swiss photographer, Louis Agassiz, as an attempt to produce visual evidence to his belief in racial inferiority. Weem, by utilizing appropriated historic imagery of American slaves, centers the experiences of black bodies as the foundation and entry into the larger narrative around racism in America. “I’m trying to heighten a kind of critical awareness around the way in which these photographs were intended.” She hopes this strategy “gives the subject another level of humanity and another level of dignity that was originally missing in the photograph.”

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Selected images from the series "From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried" 1995-1996
Two monochromatic c-prints with sand-blasted text on glass in artist frames, Ed. 6/10
26 1/2 x 58 in. (67.3 x 147.3 cm) overall
26 1/2 x 22 3/4 in. (67.3 x 57.8 cm) each
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Carrie Mae Weems career spans across three decades and encompasses works that explore race, class, and gender identity. Her artist approach encompasses a variety of applications such as text, fabric, photographs, video works, and performances. In 1995 she began a body of work that work specifically confronted photographys racist history and application. The photos themselves were taken by Swiss photographer,  Louis Agassiz, as an attempt to produce visual evidence to his belief in racial inferiority. Weem, by utilizing appropriated historic imagery of American slaves,  centers the experiences of black bodies as the foundation and entry into the larger narrative around racism in America. “I’m trying to heighten a kind of critical awareness around the way in which these photographs were intended.” She hopes this strategy “gives the subject another level of humanity and another level of dignity that was originally missing in the photograph.”  

To view more: https://buff.ly/11PY7r5

Selected images from the series From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried 1995-1996
Two monochromatic c-prints with sand-blasted text on glass in artist frames, Ed. 6/10
26 1/2 x 58 in. (67.3 x 147.3 cm) overall
26 1/2 x 22 3/4 in. (67.3 x 57.8 cm) eachImage attachment

Wednesday July 1st, 2020 - 1:47 pm

EastEnd Studio & Gallery

Browse by Appointment at Eastend! Schedule a 30 minute private browsing session for you and your friends. Shop in a safe, closed environment and view new selections of artwork by local and regional artists.

Call the gallery at (269) 789-2379 to schedule an appointment any day of the week.
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Browse by Appointment at Eastend! Schedule a 30 minute private browsing session for you and your friends. Shop in a safe, closed environment and view new selections of artwork by local and regional artists. 

Call the gallery at (269) 789-2379 to schedule an appointment any day of the week.

Thursday June 11th, 2020 - 4:31 am

Albion Michigan Arts Page

Plus, she’s an Albion grad and Dylan fan. 🙂Meet Carrie Howland, literary agent extraordinaire and co-instructor of The Franke Center Writing Workshops, starting June 24. Youth and adult classes are available, but hurry--they're filling up fast. For more info visit:
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Plus, she’s an Albion grad and Dylan fan.  :)

Monday June 1st, 2020 - 10:48 pm

Albion Michigan Arts Page

Albion forever. ... See MoreSee Less

Monday June 1st, 2020 - 7:09 pm

Albion Michigan Arts Page

Live from the Bohm Theatre in Albion, MI - it's BLUES AT THE BOHM, hosted this month by The Dixie Mafia!
Support the Bohm like it's your Hohm! bohmtheatre.org/livestream/
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Thursday January 30th, 2020 - 11:39 am

Schuler Arts

We love to see young people come and learn to express themselves through Art! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday January 21st, 2020 - 11:41 am

Schuler Arts

Call to schedule your group outing! We also have studio time available if you’d like to create by yourself or with a friend! 517-629-8293 ... See MoreSee Less

Call to schedule your group outing! We also have studio time available if you’d like to create by yourself or with a friend!  517-629-8293

Friday January 17th, 2020 - 9:34 pm

Schuler Arts

Cozy Up With Art is a special celebration at Schuler Arts. We hope you can join us for our 2020 schedule of events and unique offerings. ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday May 2nd, 2019 - 10:07 am

Ken Shenstone Ceramic Studio & Albion Anagama

Up close load detail. Beads, sculptures, function... ... See MoreSee Less

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Some interesting looking shit in there!

Incredible. All the best for the firing. Wish I could be there.

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Ken are you no longer firing the kiln that was up towards the house? Is this the new kiln?

Tuesday April 21st, 2015 - 10:26 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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