Navigating Highs and LowsIn times of tragedy and change, it is critical to both grieve and celebrate. Since the pandemic struck, time seems irregular: one day can stretch into weeks, or a heartbeat feels like a day. Somehow, we are also experiencing exceptional highs and lows in the span of one day, grieving and celebrating,…

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To our arts champions: you make the pandemic more bearable. You provide inspiration in this time of uncertainty, and a sense of community while we are enclosed in our homes. Our team at Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center is grateful to you! Despite continued closure based on governmental mandates, we’re announcing new artful opportunities…

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We’re grateful for you. Thank you to those who have held a membership over the past year with Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center and for helping to provide public awareness, education, and enjoyment of the visual arts by promoting the works of Michigan artists with your support. Despite our world’s changing landscape, we can count…

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Stay Home, Stay Safe Continues. On Thursday, April 9, Governor Whitmer extended Michigan’s ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ Executive Order. Although this will mean Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center will be closed, we will reopen at a later date to be determined, based on the changing recommendations from the government and with a priority of the…

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Dear Friends and Fans, Together, we are unwavering in our commitment to the arts. Thank you for supporting our team’s efforts to share content online daily during our closure. In good news, we’re more dedicated than ever to relevant, authentic, engaging, and timely programs and communications.  Are you seeking bright spots during the global pandemic? Michigan artists are…

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At Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center, we believe that in challenging times like these the power of the arts is needed most of all. We are also proudly committed to the health and wellbeing of our visitors, artists, staff, students, and our community. Thank you to each and every one of you who has…

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Rich Sneary purchased his first piece of art when he was 13 years old. His mother took him to an arts and crafts show in Somerset Center, Michigan, where he saw a display of paintings by a woman in her late 70s. “She painted because she enjoyed it, and she sold her pieces for extra…

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Since 2017, Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center Education Director Michelle Carlson has worked to improve the Lansing community through access to the arts. Most recently, she initiated partnerships with both Impression 5 Science Center and the Peckham Art Alliance to offer accessible and sensory-friendly programming. Sensory-friendly programming limits the number of guests and reduces…

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