events and exhibitions
        Fenton Arts Council
      Member Art Exhibition
Public Exhibit
July 10 - August 8, 2020
Virtual Gallery & Virtual Student Show

ABILITY - Celebrating Resilience

Public Exhibit
September 12 - October 10, 2020
hours
Tuesday - Thursday
11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday  12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Please note we are closed on Sunday and Monday. On Sundays we are only open by appointment.

latest news

OPEN CALL TO ARTISTS:

ABILITY - Celebrating Resilience

Art has the innate ability to help individuals overcome various challenges in their lives.  Art is healing.  Creating art is one of the richest forms of self-expression that anyone can enjoy in the human experience.  How has art helped you deal with a challenge in your life either physical or emotional) and allowed you to reach beyond the barrier imposed by that challenge?  The exhibit will celebrate the resilience of the artist living with different abilities.

 

Please apply through this form: https://bit.ly/AbArtShow

 

The deadline to apply is Saturday, August 15th at 11:59 pm EST.

Opening – September 12, 2020
Closing – October 10, 2020

For additional information, please see our blog post.

purchasing artwork

Individuals interested in purchasing any of the artwork should contact us at causeandaffectgallery@gmail.com.  We can arrange delivery within 50 miles and shipping prices vary by location.

open studio

Every Tuesday from 4:00-7:00 pm we have open studio.  Bring what you are currently working on and create with other artists. Due to our social distancing requirements, you will need to register with the gallery in order to secure a spot to work.  

current quarter donation recipient

Each quarter, we donate 10% of our sales to various non-profit agencies.  This quarter is:

 

The idea of Clara’s Hope came about in 2013 after founders, Dave and Tami Kromer, adopted their youngest daughter, Clara.  As foster parents for over ten years, the Kromers strongly believe that no parent should have to do foster care alone.  Two of their children were adopted through foster care with very little support.  After adopting Clara, who was born with a terminal condition, their church and community rallied around the family with much support.  The Kromer's realized this is what adoption and foster care should look like and envisioned starting an organization that could provide such support to families in Genesee and Livingston Counties. Clara’s Hope began is a sub-ministry of Freedom Center Church in Fenton.

Clara’s Hope aspires to help families have success in foster care and adoption.  Supports offered are geared toward moving families from simply surviving to thriving.

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