Center for the arts celebrates 10th anniversary
Arts advocacy was alive and well Sunday in Ludington as people gathered at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts to help celebrate the nonprofit’s 10th anniversary.
During the past 10 years, the center has been the heartbeat for local artists, writers, actors and musicians.
One of the main attractions on Sunday was the Ossawald Crumb collection that was on display in the performance hall. The collection featured a portrait of Crumb painted by Robert Stearns, the collection of paintings which were on loan, for the public openhouse, from Bob and Emily Gable of Epworth Heights.
“We wanted to do a public open house because there have been so many people involved whether volunteers, board members (and) artists who have exhibited here, or thespians,” said Heather Tykoski, LACA board member and Community Development Director with the City of Ludington. “The center for the arts has been a community project from the beginning. To open it back up today and to show this (Ossawald Crumb) collection was a key
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