Artalicious Fine Arts Fair Call for Nonprofits

Nonprofit organizations invited to participate, gain exposure, provide activities Artalicious, downtown Adrian’s annual juried fine arts fair, is seeking local nonprofit organizations to participate. Participation in Artalicious provides nonprofits an opportunity to tell the community about their work. Nonprofits are responsible for offering an art-related activity and encouraging participation of fair-goers....

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Artalicious Fine Arts Fair Call for Artists

      Artalicious, downtown Adrian’s annual juried fine arts fair, is seeking exhibitors. Talented artists of all mediums are encouraged to apply through ZAPPlication.org, an online application site for hundreds of art shows and fairs. It is easy to use and will provide you with access to events year-round....

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Artalicious New Logo and Brand

Artalicious Celebrates 10th Anniversary with a New Look

As the 10th anniversary approaches for Artalicious fine arts fair, the event continues to grow in all aspects. We are looking forward to celebrating a decade of showcasing great art as well and as we prepare for that milestone, we’re also announcing a new look. After nine years, the Artalicious...

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Volunteers Needed for Artalicious 2016!

Artalicious strives to be the premier fine arts fair in the area, which is something that is not quite possible without the help of our fantastic volunteers each year. Whether you have a deep appreciation for the arts, or you’re just looking for a way to give back to your local community,...

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Area High School and College Students Collaborate for “Mural Alive”

Students from Onsted, Sand Creek, Britton Deerfield, Adrian and Tecumseh High Schools participated in “Mural Alive”, an art project completed during downtown Adrian’s Artalicious Festival on September 19 and 20, 2015. Students, in conjunction with Adrian College students Gabrielle Taphouse and Sam Millett, worked with high school art teachers to...

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Luke Barnett Windsor Chair Craftsman

Meet Luke Barnett, American Windsor Chair Craftsman

When you look at one of Adrian resident Luke Barnett’s handcrafted traditional American Windsor chairs, you can picture it sitting in a cherished spot in someone’s home decades from now, having seen countless family dinners and holiday celebrations, still as strong and durable as ever. Luke’s chairs are truly heirlooms,...

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Bryan VanBenschoten

Meet Bryan VanBenschoten, Professional Potter and Sculptor

Bryan VanBenschoten’s career may have taken a very different path had the Ford Motor Company not have scaled back their hiring and begun layoffs in the early 1970s when he finished his military service. Raised in the Catskill Mountains in New York State, Bryan moved to Michigan intending to work...

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Craig Weatherby

Meet Craig Weatherby, Glass and Wood Artist

Glass and wood artist Craig Weatherby walks in two worlds. He is both a scientist and an artist, and while those two worlds might seem very different, from Craig’s perspective, they are intertwined. “Art is science; science is art.”  He considers himself fortunate that his career as a wildlife ecologist...

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Susan Matych Hager

Meet Susan Matych-Hager, Glass Beadwork Artist

Formerly a music professor at Siena Heights University, Susan Matych-Hager’s journey into art glass beadmaking, also known as lampwork or torchwork, began in 2001 with a class she took at the Toledo Museum of Art. Susan is now an accomplished artist, having been represented in the last seven annual juried exhibits by the International...

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