Proud member of the Calumet Art District
Our Winter Hours: Monday-Friday: 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
First Fridays: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
You can also contact Ed Gray at (906) 281-3494 to work something out with studio time.
Check us out on upartmap.com
For more information on upcoming classes and events: email@example.com
Snow Bank Smoke Firing November 2014
Our Art Library
Looking for information on a “new to you” art form?
Then come on in and try out our Art Library!
There are volumes of books on the arts to inform and guide you on your way.
We also feature an eclectic mix of books donated by T. Kilgore Splake,
our resident poet, in the Splake Writing Room and Library
just upstairs in the Performance Hall.
These beautiful 100% recycled wool rugs are made by the many hands of the Calumet Art Center. Watch for these items and more coming to our Etsy page. The price of each of these beauties is $100. If you are in the area stop by to see these gorgeous rugs in person!
Summer Youth 2014
The Art Immersion Youth Summer classes are funded in part through a grant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, Copper Country Community Arts Council and Shopko Foundation. A Professional and Organizational Development grant for Board Development was also received from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Copper Country Community Arts Council.
Here are several wonderful photos of our Summer Youth Art Immersion Program students:
We would like to thank Mr. & Mrs. Eric Iversen for their generous donation of 45 oil paintings by Eric. We just have to share some of them here:
Private Classes on the Potter’s Wheel with Ed Gray
Set up your private class with Ed Gray in a one on one session. Whether you are a beginner or advanced with the potter’s wheel, Ed offers two hour sessions to fit your time frame. Each two hour session is $35 plus the cost of clay. The cost of clay, dates and times will be determined between Ed and the student.
The Calumet Art Center is a proud member of the Buellwood Fiber & Weavers Guild and Michigan Weavers Guild!
We are pleased to announce that we are members of the Buellwood Fiber & Weavers Guild. The Guild began with Dorothea Buellwood in Chassell, MI. Dorothea had 17 looms at her home and developed a 17 member weaving guild. It has been in existence since the early 1950′s and has varied in size between 15 and 20 members. They are happy to assist with answers to all who are interested in weaving, as their objective is to continue to support this art form for the future.