BAC Curator, Jackie Wollenberg, and her team of art lovers are working diligently to re-open the BAC Gallery in early May. If you have time, stop by to view their progress or even lend a hand.
The Boyne Arts Collective (BAC) Gallery at 210 S. Lake St. in the Boyne SOBO District has relocated its art for the winter months.
You may still enjoy and purchase BAC’s artwork at Cafe Sante’ in Boyne City and at the Made in Michigan Store in the Boyne Mountain Village across from the ticket office. For more info, contact email@example.com
Thanks to all our members and patrons for a successful 2014!
The BAC Gallery will reopen in Spring 2015.
The Boyne Arts Collective (BAC) Annual Meeting is Tuesday, October 14, 7 p.m. in the BAC Gallery at 210 S. Lake Street, Boyne City. The meeting is open to the public.
Please plan to attend!
Members will be voting on new BAC directors and officers.
If you are interested in serving this art-loving, nonprofit organization or would like more information about the BAC gallery, please call Elaine Case at (989)-529-4188
The students of June Storm will present a watercolor art show at the Boyne Arts Collective, 210 S. Lake St. in Boyne City.
The show opens on Wednesday, August 13 and lasts through September 7.
The opening reception is on Friday, August 15 between 5 and 9 p.m. during Boyne’s Stroll The Streets. Visit the gallery, meet the artists, and enjoy great art and refreshments!
For more information on the show or classes, please contact June Storm at 213-582-1745.
Thanks to a grant from the Great Lakes Energy People Fund, BAC will host a “kids doing art” program called Boyne Art Blast. For more information on this exciting event, click on how to register.
For a closer look at the oil paintings of our BAC art students, stop by the BAC Gallery during July! BAC instructor, Dawn Caine as well as BAC members are very proud to display all of these student art masterpieces.
You don’t have to be an artist to enjoy art! Visit the BAC Gallery…experience art’s beauty, skill and creativity!
Threatening weather didn’t dampen an extremely successful BAC reopening celebration. A record number of visitors mingled with local artists at the June 20 event. Kudos to gallery curator, Jackie Wollenberg and all of her helpers.
On May 17, the Boyne Arts Collective (BAC) reopened at 210 S Lake Street in Boyne City
Local artists will be exhibiting their art in the BAC Gallery. “Jackie Wollenberg, our BAC curator, plans a wide variety of exhibits for 2014″ states BAC President, Elaine Case. A BAC Grand Reopening Reception is planned for mid-June. Reception details will be announced in the media and on this website.
Also, mark your calendar for the 2014 SOBO Art Festival held on Saturday, June 28 at Peninsula Beach Park. BAC artists will occupy two booths at SOBO to display juried fine local art.
This third annual Art Festival is open to the public and includes: music, children’s activities, art demonstrations, and food with free admission and parking. For more information, visit http://www.soboartsfestival.com/
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!! The Boyne Arts Collective Gallery (210 S. Lake St.) in the Boyne SOBO District has closed for winter. BAC member artwork is currently displayed at Cafe Sante’ in Boyne City and the Made in Michigan Shop in the Boyne Mountain Village (Boyne Falls) across from the ticket office. For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all our members and patrons for a successful 2013! The BAC Gallery will reopen in Spring 2014.
Would you like to make a fancy silk scarf for yourself or as a special holiday gift? Our BAC fiber artists are eager to help you. To register…mail your name, email contact, phone number and class fee to: Boyne Arts Collective, 210 S. Lake St, Boyne City, MI 49712
Do you want to dance? BAC Dance Classes will resume in the Spring of 2014. Follow this link to learn about dancing at the BAC
BAC October 2013 Ceramic Workshops
The Children’s Project: Paint a Pumpkin Children 5-12 years old. About a 1 1/2 hour class to paint a jack-o- lantern. He has a lid and, when finished, can accommodate a small candle. The size is 5in. x 4.5in. Class size can be up to 10. Pumpkins will be available for pick up on the following Saturday. Date is Saturday afternoon Oct 12 at 2 PM. Suggested price for the class is $15. Groups are welcome.
The Trick or Treat Bowl Project: Make a Generous Size Halloween Bowl -10in.x 4in.x 4¼in. Age appropriate for 12 and over – 2 hour class. Class size can be up to 10. Work will be available for pick up at the gallery one week later. Class is Wednesday night, Oct 9 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. Snacks and drinks are encouraged. (This project is a good “ladies night out” event). Suggested price for the class is $25.
For information and/or registration for either of these classes, contact Debbie Sears at 231-582-5877 or email@example.com
Interested in oil painting? Follow this link and join the fun!
Students of June Storm’s Watercolor Class are presenting an Art Exhibit at the Boyne Arts Collective’s (BAC) South Gallery, 210 S Lake Street, Boyne City…in the SOBO Art District.
You are invited to the Exhibit’s opening reception on Friday August 16 between 5 and 9 pm. Student watercolor artwork as well as local art in a variety of media are on display in both galleries. Light snacks and punch will be available along with Boyne City’s Stroll the Streets.
The BAC Student Watercolor Show will be open for display on afternoons and weekends until after Labor Day. For further information, contact June Storm at the firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Mark the Date! Sunday, August 25, 4-6 PM : Jazz Pianist, Steve August performs in the BAC Gallery at 210 S. Lake St.,Boyne City. Tickets are $10 and available at the door. Refreshments will be served.
Steve August, jazz pianist, composer, arranger and author, entertains with an eclectic piano style that draws on the deep traditions of Classical music and reaches into the Blues, Ragtime and Boogie.
Learn how satisfying it can be to create your own art! Join us at the BAC Gallery for one or more of these August workshops.
August 12 & 13, 5-9pm: Knife and Palette Oil Painting for Beginners; Instructor: Jim Kosloskey Fee: $125 which includes all supplies and you take home a finished painting!
August 20, 10-11:30am: Children’s Class…Let’s Paint a Tile! Instructor: Marcia Farner; Fee: $20 includes all supplies and firing
August 22, 10-11:30: Children’s Class…Let’s Paint an Ornament! Instructor: Marcia Farner; Fee: $20 includes all supplies and firing
August 29, 4-8pm: Jewelry Making for Beginners…Make a Wire Wrap Bracelet; Instructor: Tom Franzosi, Silver and Stone Studio; Fee: $90 includes all supplies and you leave with a finished bracelet!
August 30, 12-4pm: Jewelry Making for Beginners…Make a Black Onyx Pendant; Instructor: Tom Franzosi, Silver and Stone Studio; Fee: $90 includes all supplies and leave with a finished pendant!
August 31, 12-4pm: Advanced Jewelry Making…Make a Swarovski Triangle Pendant; Instructor: Tom Franzosi, Silver and Stone Studio; Fee: $95 includes all supplies and take home a finished pendant! (Note: this class is intended for persons with wire-wrapping experience…taking either the August 29 or 30 class will give you the experience).
To Register: Send (or stop by the BAC Gallery with) your name, phone #, e-mail and check for the workshop to…Boyne Arts Collective, 210 S. Lake Street, Boyne City, MI 49712; Any questions? Contact Debbie Sears, 231-582-0604 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Boyne Arts Collective reopened on May 17, 2013
The Boyne Arts Collective (BAC) is calling all artists to submit new or existing work that helps our community understand and appreciate what local artists can create. The opening show expresses our famous Morel Mushroom and Spring festivities with visions of what it means to live in Northwest Lower Michigan. BAC members can deliver their artwork to the Boyne Arts Center at 210 S Lake Street. For more information, email email@example.com.
Congratulations to BAC member and author, Anne Thurston-Brandley. Anne was recently featured in Woman2Woman Michigan. To learn more, follow this link: W2W Jan 2013