Art has the power to communicate, inspiring and contributing to meaningful dialogue and the exchange of ideas. Call and Response explores this notion, recognizing the many ways works of art can spark conversation, action, and aid in the processing of ideas, feelings, experiences, and events.
Original work in a variety of media will be on display.
Image: Natalie Campbell
Exhibiting Artists: Ben Bohnsack, Brian Mitchell, Christina Frausto, Cindi Ford, Cydney Steeb, Debra Howard, Dennis Gordon, Dyan Akkouche, Elisabeth Ladwig, G. E. Vogt, Gary Eldridge, Hank Feeley, Heidi Brueckner, Jane Reiter, Jennifer Marsh, Joan Gerigk, Juanita Baldwin, Kelly Vander Kley, Laura DeLind, Lisa McPike Smith, Martha Liddle-Lameti, Melissa Gamez, Natalie Campbell, Pam Little, Pamela Hart, Rebecca Finely
This program was made possible by funding from a Michigan Humanities Organization Pandemic Emergency Grant (Michigan H.O.P.E. Grant). Funding for these grants has been provided by Michigan Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan.