events and exhibitions
This exhibit showcases the work of cancer survivors.
October 1 - November 5, 2022
Opening reception October 1st from 6-8:00 pm.
Witches Night Out
October 14th 4:00 - 9:00 pm
Join the witches and warlocks in downtown Fenton for this fun event.
Ladies Night Out
November 11, 4:00 - 9:00 pm
Join us for this fun annual downtown Fenton event.
This exhibit shows how ordinary things we dispose of can be reimagined into art.
November 19th - January 7, 2023.
CALL TO ARTISTS - "REIMAGINING"
Artists working in all mediums are invited to apply for this exhibit. Cause and Affect Gallery will present a visual art exhibit showing a reimagining of trash. The aim is to show the transformation of disposable items as well as alternative ways to protect the earth. All of us can take part in simple but effective ways to help preserve this earth. In this exhibit we will be raising awareness about our ‘disposable society”.
In this show, artists will be recycling, reusing and repurposing things we would normally be throwing away, going into landfills, and may use other “used” materials that will give objects new life.. They will innovate and reimagine the use of discarded items to create fine works of art
We feel that artists bring a unique perspective on world issues. There is only one earth, so we need to raise awareness on protecting it. As artists, we can do something about this. Art can be anything. The goal of the exhibit is to show the transformation of reusing, recycling and repurposing, to try to change viewpoints of what we waste and our habits. The viewer will open their eyes to see the objects beyond their initial purposes.
This exhibit is about raising awareness about our ‘disposable society”. All of us can take part in simple but effective ways to help preserve this earth. Perhaps you heard the saying, “Think globally, act locally.” This means that environmental direction begins as a community based effort. All of us can take part in simple but effective ways to help preserve this earth. This exhibit is going to raise awareness about our “disposable society”. Let's make our earth less trashy and more artsy!.
Application is available at: https://bit.ly/3Ppbyud
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY OCTOBER 15TH AT MIDNIGHT.
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.
Individuals interested in purchasing any of the artwork should contact us at either (810) 354-8214 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We can arrange delivery within 50 miles and shipping prices vary by location.
Every Tuesday from 4:00-7:00 pm we have open studio. Bring what you are currently working on and create with other artists
current quarter donation recipient
We are excited to announce that our quarterly donation recipient is SCAMP.
SCAMP is summer day camp for 200+ kids and adults with special needs. SCAMP fosters fun and self-worth while instilling a sense of community engagement and belonging. At the same time, SCAMP families are given support and some much-needed respite from a life of full-time caregiving.
The ages of the participants range from 3 years old to over 40 with needs ranging from autism spectrum disorder, cognitive or behavioral impairments to physical disabilities. There are 180 specially trained staff members and 30 young adult volunteers. Physical, as well as emotional support, is provided. SCAMPers can enjoy many activities that may have been previously unavailable to them.
SCAMP runs for five weeks from the end of June to the beginning of August (excluding the week of July 4th) from 9:00am-2:00pm Monday through Wednesday. SCAMP is hosted in Clarkston, Michigan but serves children and adults throughout Northern Oakland County. Over 50% of SCAMPers travel from outside of Clarkston from places like Brandon, Holly, Lake Orion, Oak Park, Oxford, and Waterford.
Although it currently costs approximately $1500 to provide a 5-week experience for each SCAMPer, tuition for in district campers is $500, while those out of district pay $700.