Coffee @ Ten Talks
Coffee @ Ten is our free lecture series. Each session, CTAC will host a presentation by or discussion with interesting people engaging in the arts.
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Join Heidi Marshall in the Petoskey galleries to discuss her art and inspiration. Heidi Marshall's solo exhibition, Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun, will be on display in CTAC-Petoskey's Gilbert Gallery for the summer of 2021.
Scott Leipski's solo exhibition, Essential Cargo: Explorations in Hand-Built Ceramic, is currently on display in CTAC-TC's Cornwell Gallery. The show is a curious and imaginative collection of works by the artist, evoking a sense of nostalgia and shared remembrance while reflecting on our commercial culture.
We have the power to choose the way we see the world. Through the imaginative colors and bold brush strokes of six Northern Michigan artists, Passionate Reality: Life in Full Color presents a world that is full of life, energy, vibrancy, and passion.
The exhibition includes work by artists Brenda J. Clark, Susan Glass, Debra Howard, Colleen Shull, Pam Spicer, and Jennifer Tobias.
This year, Good Hart Artist Residency contracted with Juana Williams, a Detroit-based curator who specializes in elevating diverse voices in art, to select a Black Artist on an invitation basis for one of their 2021 residencies. The artist selected for the 2021 Elevating Diverse Voices Residency is Zakkiyyah Najeebah Dumas-O’neal.
Photographer Raymond Gaynor. Raymond is featured in a solo exhibition at Crooked Tree Arts Center - Petoskey A Land's Conservancy: Reclaiming Nature, on display April 19 - June 1. We will discuss this exhibition, Ray's work, and his involvement with Little Traverse Conservancy.
Cody Walker recently completed a residency at Good Hart Artist Residency in Good Hart, Michigan, and is the co-director of the Bear River Writers Conference.
Celebrating K-12 Youth Arts in Northern Michigan.
Ways of making decorative and functional objects have existed and evolved over tens of thousands of years. Through this evolution, new contemporary art practices emerge, but what traditions, practices, and crafts remain? Which fade away? Do we have an obligation to preserve the traditions of the past?
Join Classical IPR's music director Amanda Sewell for a look at how composers and classical musicians in the 21st century are addressing issues related to climate change. From pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi's performance of his "Elegy for the Arctic" on a melting glacier in Norway to initiatives such as the German Orchestra of Change promoting sustainable reforestation techniques in Madagascar, we'll consider several recent projects at the intersection of climate change and classical music. Click here for links referenced during the conversations.
Celebrating the Guild Member Salon Show Each year, Crooked Tree Arts Center celebrates the creative work of our Guild Member Artists in our annual Guild Member Salon Show. This invitational exhibition presents a diverse collection of art by equally diverse artists. This year's exhibit was developed virtually. Join us for a brief exhibit walkthrough and conversation about the Artist Guild Membership and annual show. Click here for artist links.
1/29 Preserving Creativity through Arts Advocacy. Michelle Boyer, Ragnar Avery, Alison Watson, Executive Director of Michigan Council for the Arts and Culture Agency and John Elwell, Edward Jones of Traverse City
Click here for document referenced by John Elwell.
10/16 Community Collaborations- ClaySpace TC
Clay Maas and Phil Wilson discuss their community driven clay center.
10/2 Collective Impulse
Join Michigan artists Ruth Bardenstein, Jean Beuscher Bartlett, and Susan Moran in a conversation about their work and exhibition, The Collective Impulse.
9/15 Color Catchers
Kathleen Carpenter, Marilyn Hoogstraten, Kathy Silbernagel, Babs Young
8/4- Paint Grand Traverse 2020
Featured artists: Kurt Anderson, Kristin Hosbein, Barb Reich, Bob Scudder, Jill Stefani Wagner
with special guest, Megan Kelto