The William Bonifas Fine Arts Center is a friendly spot in the central Upper Peninsula where you can tour gallery exhibits, participate in art workshops, learn something new in the educational classes and enjoy theatrical productions. The Alice Uren Powers Gallery hosts a variety of traveling exhibits as well as displays by regional artists throughout the year, while the Studio Gallery spotlights area art groups. There’s no charge to visit the exhibits, so drop in often! The Kasota Gallery in the foyer on 7th Street currently houses items for sale at the Bonifas from a variety of regional artists.
CURRENT ART CENTER NEWS:
The Bonifas Arts Center will be closed this coming Saturday, May 25, for the Holiday Weekend. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 28, 2013.
The Public Art Competition winning limestone sculpture by Tom Rudd will be unveiled in the inner court yard at Bay College May 23, 2013 between 9:30 and 10 AM. Rudd resides in Calumet and has proposed creating a 6 foot hummingbird wing out of limestone. The wing will be on a pivot and will be able to move with the breeze. Tom has been a working artist for most of his life and has had many art shows and sculptural pieces all over Michigan.
For current artist entry applications use the Exhibits tab or the Events tab on this Home Page, then click on Artist Opportunities.