Colored Pencils at RAC (Exhibit Extended thru Dec 3)
November 4 – Dec 3, 2016
Opening Reception: Nov 4, 5-7 pm
An added First Friday’s Reception:
Dec 2, 5-7pm
This exhibit includes the following local colored pencil artists who live, work or go to school in Washtenaw County, MI:
Marco Aguirre, Joyce Bailey, Payton Cook, Brittani Copley, Christina Czaja, Amy Everett, Jan Fleming, Barbara Goodsitt, Charista Guzman, Sophie Grillet, Tina Hotchkiss, Lori Kirkpatrick, Irene Mokra, Dee Overly, Jim Rehlin, Dana Rudolph, Lynne Schaffer, Marta Schonfeld, Samantha Stamper, Kathe Suddendorf and John Thompson
Gallery Hours: Thursday-Saturday 3-8 pm and Sunday 1:30-4 pm.
The gallery will be closed over Thanksgiving weekend.
But the doors are back open for Thursday-Saturday, Dec 1-3.
DIYpsi Art Market
This Event will involve the entire facility. Artists will be set up in the Gallery, Off Center and Dance Studio. Food and drink will be located in the Theater Lobby and the Gallery Foyer.
December 10 @ 11 am – 7 pm
December 11 @ Noon – 6 pm
DIYpsi (dip-see)– a handmade art fair. Check out the best indie artists our region has to offer for a one-of-a-kind shopping experience that will take care of everyone on your list.
On top of finding unique hand crafted gifts, you’re also keeping thousands of dollars invested in our local economy and supporting the arts. Live music, art, craft beer, and more.
Read more details about this great event on the DIYpsi website.
Black History Month Call for Artists
Entry Deadline: Jan 20, 2017
Exhibit Dates: Feb 3 – 25, 2017
Third Annual Exhibit
Open to any African American artist (15 years and older) residing within a 50 miles radius of Ypsilanti, MI. This keeps the travel to the Riverside Arts Center within an hour. We hope this allows artists to participate more in the exhibit and month activities. “Artist” includes visual, literary and performance.
Read all the details about getting accepted into this month’s activities and sharing your talents with the community.