July 'Pandemic Ingenuity' exhibit
features artwork created during COVID-19
The Ludington Area Center for the Arts (LACA) will host an exhibition of artwork created during the COVID-19 shutdown entitled ‘Pandemic Ingenuity’ during the month of July in the art center’s newly renovated performance hall lobby gallery.
The exhibit features the works of over 20 area artists in several mediums.
A public artist reception to celebrate the artists taking part in this exhibit will take place Friday, July 10 from 5-8 p.m. in conjunction with Ken Cooper’s ‘What I Did On My Summer Vacation’ in the center’s main gallery. Due to the limitations on indoor gatherings the center will be taking reservations by way of free tickets. More information on the reservation/ticketing process will be released soon.