See, Connect, and Create Art at Lansing Art Gallery in 2017

Lansing Art Gallery’s new program – Art Encounter: SEE | CONNECT | CREATE will run concurrently with changing exhibitions in the gallery and is offered during all open hours. In the Art Encounter, guests of all ages are encouraged to explore Lansing Art Gallery in a new capacity including a fun and interactive self-guided activity in the exhibition space and an art making experience in the Education Center.

This program is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

NEXT ART ENCOUNTER:
Scavenger Hunt & Make Your Own Origami
Searching For A Middle Path – Tatsuki Hakoyama
January 13 – February 24, 2017

Come to the gallery to see Searching for the Middle Path, an exhibition of three dimensional oil paintings by Grand Rapids artist, Tatuski Hakoyama. In the gallery, explore Hakoyama’s intricate paintings with a scavenger hunt! Then head to the Education Center to create your very own origami crane to display in the Student Art Gallery. You can even create another to take home!

This program is made possible in part with a grant of $11,648 from the Capital Region Community Foundation and a grant from the Joe D. Pentecost Foundation.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Executive Director Barb Whitney at barb@lansingartgallery.org

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