Broad Old Town Show: Resituating

Kristin Cammermeyer: Resituating, a special free exhibition of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, will be open to the public from June 22 to July 22. The exhibition will be housed in the Broad MSU’s Summer Annex, located at 226 East Grand River Avenue in Lansing’s Old Town neighborhood.

Kristin Cammermeyer has moved away from the use of traditional and highly valued materials typical of painting and sculpture. Her objects are made from the stuff of urban construction: shards of found and bought plywood and two-by-fours, garish industrial paint, spray foam insulation, and staples, all now resituated into the structure of her artworks. Read more in the Lansing City Pulse.

Exhibition hours are 12-9 pm Thursdays and 12-6 pm Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Enjoy the opening reception Thursday, June 21, 6-8 pm (free, registration required).

Chris Clark Fellowship & Workshop

A free, informational workshop will be held today, Thursday, June 7 at 3 p.m. in 1210 Turner St., Old Town, Lansing about the Chris Clark Fellowship Program for Creative Professionals. Please RSVP to katie@lansingarts.org.

The program was established through a legacy gift from Lansing area native, Chris Clark, to the Arts Council of Greater Lansing, with the goal of supporting creative capacity building for individuals such as artists, arts administrators, arts business owners, and arts instructors in greater Lansing. ┬áThe Fellowship provides access to professional development opportunities and business resources through a cash grant reimbursement of up to $1,500.┬áThe guidelines and application can be found on the Grants page of the Arts Council’s website, www.lansingarts.org. Proposals are due to the Arts Council office by 5 p.m. on July 1, 2012.