The Upper Peninsula Art Map is a free guide to the studios and galleries of dozens of artists from Grand Marais to Ironwood and Calumet. Produced by the Bonifas Art Center in Escanaba, the map points the way to exhibits as well as some of the creative spaces where you may see artists at work.
The Art and Craft Trail Guide of Northern Michigan is published by the Art Center Traverse City and is a handy guide and map to galleries and studios in the northwest corner of the Lower Peninsula. Stop in for your copy or order your copy today.
Take a self-guided excursion to seven studios ---some housed in restored barns and other interesting buildings---on the Blue Coast Artists Fall Tour October 2-3. Make a day of it or spend the weekend---in addition to the studios you can enjoy the wineries, farm stands, orchards and unique restaurants and shops along the route near Lake Michigan.
Pick up a map from the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph and take the self-guided SculpTour to see nearly 30 works of art on the museums grounds and throughout the community.
Take a hike through Michigan Legacy Art Park, a 1.6-mile trail lined with more than 40 nature and Michigan history-themed works of art on the grounds of Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville. Lakenenland Sculpture Park is the creation of Tom Lakenen, a welder who got creative with scrap iron and filled his property east of Marquette with fantastic creatures. Stroll or drive through the free display, open around the clock every day of the year. It’s even popular with sledders on the snowmobile trail that runs through the grounds.
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