Our “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Art Exhibit just closed in Manistee and will be headed to Traverse City for an encore with the Crooked Tree Arts Center April 1-17, 2021. Click here for details.
Interested in hosting your own “Stay Safe” Mask Project? Click here to learn how you can get involved.
The Art Park is celebrating our 25th anniversary during this crisis, please consider joining our campaign to give monthly and help us remain ready to serve our community again with everything we have to offer — click here to donate.
Discover for yourself the stories of Michigan’s cultural and natural history brought to life through art. Our 30-acre wooded preserve offers an art experience and hiking trail experience together that is uniquely northern Michigan.
The fifty-plus sculptures in our permanent collection, as well as our rotating exhibits and poetry stones, connect visitors to our shared cultural and natural history.
Hundreds of area students visit the art park on school field trips every day. Our Looking to Learn resources help teachers integrate the park trip with classroom learning in math, science, and history.
David Barr, Art Park Founder