CTAC Traverse City Art Galleries

 

We present a rotating series of exhibitions in our Traverse City art galleries. Our facility includes the Cornwell art gallery, which was originally built in 1966 and features striking mid-century modern architecture; and the adjoining Carnegie galleries and rotunda, originally constructed in 1904 by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie as a library. Today these newly-renovated spaces serve as a beautiful environment to see and experience art. Our gallery exhibitions change frequently, and all are free and open to the public!


 

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Large-scale sculpture that mimics the saccharine pseudo-culture of 1980s suburbia.
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Explorations in printmedia centered around themes of home, domesticity, labor, and aspirations.
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A second chance to view and shop artwork from Paint Grand Traverse!
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View and shop plein air and studio works by the PGT featured artists.
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