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Center Gallery at the CCA
GALLERY HOURS: Monday–Thursday: 10–3 and by appointment.
Art Around Town
Look for wonderful art showcasing local artists at the Center Gallery's Outreach Exhibits at: Dr. Patrias medical office, In Chelsea Hair Design, Unique Hair Studio, The Polo Fields & Country Club.
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Exhibition curated by CCA instructor Cathy Barry, co-sponsored by the Huron River Watershed Council and the Legacy Land Conservancy.
Exhibition: November 15 – December 18. Call the CCA at (734) 433-2787 for gallery hours during the winter holidays.
The endless cycle of water -- from sea to vapor to rain and ice and back to rivers, lakes and oceans -- is the theme for this exhibition at the Chelsea Center for Arts (CCA). Co-sponsored by the Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) and the Legacy Land Conservancy, the exhibit will explore humans’ relationship to water and to the natural cycles of the planet. Symbolizing purity, sustenance, tranquility, power, movement and continuity, water is a source of life as well as destruction and death. Its surface serves as a metaphor for self-reflection and contemplation. Humans rely on water and take it for granted. We revere it, pollute it, misuse it and fight over it. It is easily accessible and inexpensive to some while nearly out of reach to others. To download the prospectus, click here: HYDROLOGY Prospectus and Entry Form
CCA Instructors Art Show
Featured artwork by CCA Instructors and guest artists: Janet Alford, Nancy Solo, Rose Bradley, Meredith Russell-Fay, Nicole Pangas Henry, Cathy Barry, Kelsey Keyes, Karen K Smith, Rick Erickson, Joan Kelley, Marsy Doan, and Marsi Darwin.
The Center Gallery is located in the Chelsea Center for the Arts building in a quiet neighborhood near downtown Chelsea. The gallery is a showcase for fine art by instructors, students, and local artists featuring paintings, photography, stoneware, scupture, jewelry, art glass, textiles, and more. Free and open to the public.
Holiday Art Market Highlights