Open Studio Saturdays
The studio will be open on the following dates between 10:00 am – 2:00pm.
- May 18 – Elsabé Dixon
- June 8 – Marie Alarcón
- June 22 – Sizhu Li
- August 10 – Andrea Novak
- August 24 – Emma Steinkraus
- September 7 – Dani Knoph
Please see the Open Studio Saturday section of our website for more details.
June 10 | 6-8pm – Marie Alarcón opening and film screening at The Loft
Marie Alarcón will be collaborating with Harbor Inc. and will have an opening reception on Monday, June 10th at The Loft Coworking Space in downtown Harbor Springs from 6-8pm. During the opening, Marie will be presenting a collection of photographs she has completed during her residency in Good Hart as well as a screening of her short film, “Witness” (30 minutes) at 7:00pm.
Complimentary wine and appetizers will be provided. The event is open to the public and we encourage you to stop in to meet Marie and see her work.
The Loft is located at 152 E. Main Street (above the Toy Store).
June 18 | 1-3 pm – Introduction to Arduino & Digital Art: An Interactive LED Workshop with Sizhu Li
Join resident artist Sizhu Li for a two-hour workshop at Crooked Tree Arts Center, students will learn basic digital control principles to create an interactive LED display using a small Arduino board (an open-source platform used for building electronics projects). For more information and registration please see the CTAC website.
August 20 – Coffee @ Ten – Celebrating the Garden: Narrative Painting and Ecology
Resident artist Emma Steinkraus has always been interested in depictions of nature. Her paintings and installations often feature plants and animals. Her current passion is for the historical contributions women have made to botanical art and scientific illustration. As a Good Hart artist-in-residence, Steinkraus is creating a large installation that highlights work by almost a hundred different female artist-naturalists who worked before the 20th century. Join her for an artist talk about the development of her work, her interest in ecology and the often overlooked contributions women artists have made to natural history. See Crooked Tree Arts Center for more details…