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events and exhibitions

Reimagining

This exhibit shows how ordinary things we dispose of can be reimagined into art.

November 19th -  January 7, 2023.

From These Hands

Celebrating the work of African American artists - 

Dorothy Jett-Carter, Cheryl Haithco, Rafael Hornbuckle, Michelle Sapp

January 28th - March 4th 

Brian Schorn

This is a solo exhibition of Brian's work.

March 25th - May 6th

Winter Solstice Drum Circle

Join us to celebrate the winter solstice by drumming.  Bring yupr drums or rhythm intruments 

December 21st  - 7:00 pm

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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.

purchasing artwork

Individuals interested in purchasing any of the artwork should contact us at either (810) 354-8214 or  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  

current quarter donation recipient
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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.

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