A collaboration between Studio 23 and Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy
Land To River
Land To River is a collaboration between Studio 23/The Arts Center and the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy (SBLC) and is sponsored by Waste Management. This invitational exhibit explores the role of artists as communicators, explorers, and environmentalists. The invited artists are Mark Bleshenski, Zachary Branigan, Alex Gilford, Frits Hoendervanger, Erwin Lewandowski, Alan Maciag, John Sabraw, and Larry VanSteenhouse.Learn more about the exhibit here!
50 Artists of the Great Lakes Bay Region 2021
Call for Artists!
Call for regional artists has begun with entries now being taken online. Artists 18 and over who live and/or work in the counties of Saginaw, Midland, Bay, Isabella, Arenac, Clare, Gratiot, and Gladwin are eligible to apply. Deadline is April 23, 2021 at 11:59 pm. We have a limited number of scholarships for Great Lakes Bay Artists. Please pass the word!Click here for more info, entry form, and scholarship application.
Teenworks and Kids' Kreations Online Gallery Now Open!
Teenworks and Kids' Kreations 2021
We took it virtual this year! Please congraulate our Bay County art students and instructors. There is a wealth of young talent in our region!Go to online gallery here!
Art Education at Studio 23
Art Education is happening at Studio 23!
Look through our education pages to find the perfect class or workshop for you! We update the schedule regularly.Learn more!
Art Around the City features 50 images from 50 Artists of the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Art Around the City 2019-2021
Walk around Downtown Bay City and the Bay City Riverwalk on both sides of the river and see 50 images of artwork created by 50 Artists of the Great Lakes Bay Region. Maps are available at Studio 23.Learn more about Art Around the City!
Stop in any time Thursday through Saturday for our Studio 23 Craft Bar! A fun way to spend time with friends, celebrate special occasions and learn more about art!Learn more!
Studio 23 / The Arts Center
Our mission is to support the Great Lakes Bay Region by providing a vibrant arts center dedicated to making the visual arts relevant and accessible to all.