Michigan Legacy Art Park is proud to be collaborating with the City of Novi, Mich. to present the David Barr Legacy Artist Residency program. This new opportunity for artists is inspired by the work and life of sculptor and Art Park founder David Barr.
Theresa Smith’s residency at the Art Park this fall was a wonderful demonstration of how various components of our mission can be integrated into a single program. Her six weeks not only included the opportunity for the artist, but also an incredible education experience and a community event.
Over the past several weeks, our resident environmental educator, Ramona DeGeorgio-Venegas, has been stationed at Discovery Grove, welcoming guests into the Art Park, sharing her wealth of knowledge, and inviting visitors to create something of their own.
On Friday, July 29 we are excited to have guest artist Chris Olszewski give a presentation of his Vision Quest project. Come early for the Summer Sounds concert that evening to hear about Olszewski’s travels and mission, and take a moment to contribute to his interactive art experience. Olszewski is retracing the 1500-mile trek of Antoine Cadillac by driving his …
Starting July 16, we welcome friend and artist Nancy McKay back to the Art Park for several weekends as an artist in residence. First trained as an interpretive artist at Hot Springs National Park, and since serving as artist-in-residence at Grand Canyon National Park, Badlands National Park, and Acadia National Park, as well as last summer here at Michigan Legacy …
Hours of Operation
Michigan Legacy Art Park is open daily during daylight hours.
$5 per person and free for children.
Simply deposit your admission in the green donation pipe located just through the gateway structure at the trailhead. We also have a “dipjar” to accept credit and debit cards.
About Michigan Legacy Art park
Michigan Legacy Art Park is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit sculpture park located on a 30-acre forest preserve at Crystal Mountain in beautiful northern Michigan.
Enter Crystal Mountain at the main entrance on M-115. Turn left at the first stop sign onto Crystal Mountain Drive, then follow signs to the Art Park. You'll be guided right onto Mountain Center Road and another right onto Mountainside Drive. The Art Park entrance is on the left.