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West of Center: Art That Pushes Boundaries

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Now in its 14th year, West of Center will run from August 30 - September 24. The exhibition, juried by sculptor, exhibiting artist, and art history and studio instructor Sergio de Giusti, will feature 52 works in all media created by 40 artists from Michigan and around the country. This year’s theme is centered on pushing beyond what is comfortable to create compelling works of art. Daily free admission. Join us for Live @5 celebrating the artists on September 9, 5 - 8 and also featuring live music by Michelle Chenard. Tickets $35.

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