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
Felted Mitten Class with Karena Schmidt
Check out our Classes Page for information on the perfect class for these Northern Nights!
Pit Fire Results
Here is something definately worth getting excited about for this First Friday…..
Ed pit fired 60 pots last weekend and they are just beautiful! Stop in and see art in progress,
we also have all inclusive gift certificates just in case you see a class that you just have to take.
“Art of the Outdoors”
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.
The price of each of these beauties is $100.
If you are in the area stop by to see these gorgeous rugs in person!
Here are the members of the newly formed Calumet Arts District
located on Fifth Street of Beautiful Downtown Calumet:
Heading north on US41, turn right at the corner of US41 and M-203. Go 1 block then left around the corner on Rockland Street. Blown glass, old bottle museum and wood carvings of birds.
Omphale Gallery & Cafe
Located at 431 Fifth St. (906) 370-8956. Open 8am – 8pm weekdays, 8am – 6pm Saturdays.
Monthly art exhibits from local and regional artists in a cozy cafe and coffee bar. Breakfast & Lunch served all day.
Artis Books & Antiques
429 Fifth St. (906) 337-1534, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vast selections of used and rare books, antiques and objects d’art.
423 Fifth St. (906) 369-4087. Open 1pm – 4pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Exhibits exceptional works by regional artists with international acclaim.
Pocket Sculpture Park (in progress)
Mid 300 block of Fifth Street.
Relax outdoors amid sculptures.
Copper Country Associated Artists Gallery and Working Studio
205 Fifth St. (906) 337-1252. Summer hours Tuesday through Saturday 11am – 4pm.
A co-op gallery where you can meet the artists and witch them work. Sponsors of the Eagle Harbor Art Fair August 10 & 11, 2013.
Cross Country Sports
507 Oak St. (906) 337-4520. Monday through Saturday 10am – 6pm.
The ultimate bike and ski shop with a local artist featured occasionally as well.
Hahn Hammered Copper
Pete and Shelley Hahn. 203 Fifth St. (906) 337-0636. Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday from 11am – 5pm; Thursday 11 am – 3pm.
Art copper made in Calumet, local artwork and salvaged items.
104 Fifth St. (906) 337-5500. Open Monday – Sunday 7am – 7pm
Organic expresso, tea, and French pressed coffee. Organic bakery, soup and quiche. Local art.
Paige Wiard Gallery
109 Fifth St. (906) 337-5970. Open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm; Sunday noon – 4pm
Located in the heart of historic Calumet, the Gallery shows the works of over 75 artists from Upper Michigan and the Great Lakes Basin.
Calumet Art Center
57055 Fifth St. (906) 934-2228
“Where art, culture and history inspire and challenge the people of the Keweenaw.” Art class offerings including private and Art Immersion Youth Summer classes. There’s always something going on here!
Taking “Green Energy” to a New Level
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.