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Current Exhibitions

Visions of American Life: Paintings from the Manoogian Collection, 1850-1940
October 21, 2018 — January 20, 2019
Organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts, this exhibition features 40 outstanding works by late-19th and early-20th century artists capturing American life, culture, and identity in that time. More »

Homage: Inspired by Outstanding Canadian Women
October 21, 2018 — January 20, 2019
This exhibition features 40 framed neckpieces created as a celebration and tribute to Canadian women, past and present by jewelry artist Donald Stuart. More »

Pangnirtung Weavings from the Dennos Museum Center's Collection
October 21, 2018 — January 20, 2019
This exhibition features weavings from the Inuit art collection, by the artists of the Pangnirtung Weaving Cooperative. Donald Stuart, artist for the accompanying Homage exhibition was instrumental in the founding of the cooperative. More »

The Other Traverse City: Opioids and Our Community
November 8, 2018 - January 20, 2019
This exhibition includes portraits of people who are addicts in recovery, emergency responders, judges, families who have lost children, and others connected to the opioid crisis, along with their stories based on interviews conducted by photographer Alan Newton. More »

Inuit Art Galleries
Permanent installation
A survey of contemporary Inuit sculpture, prints and textiles. More »

Discovery Gallery
Permanent installation
Hands-on, interactive experiences for children of all ages. More »

Outdoor Sculpture
Permanent installation
Thought provoking large-scale sculptures located on the campus of Northwestern Michigan College. More »

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MCACANEA