Happening Saturday, October 23, 2021
Curiosity & Wonders Exposition
Join Studio 23 for an afternoon of curious creations and wondrous vendors! Saturday, October 23, 2021 from 12 – 5pm.Facebook event here!
Check out our windows for artwork!
Forgotten Places Window Exhibit
You are invited to view Studio 23's October Pop-Up Window exhibit celebrating our local Forgotten, Abandoned, and Historic Places! Artists were inspired by deserted buildings, abandoned parks, overgrown gardens, etc. and then created artwork in different mediums for this unique window display which is visible 24/7. All of the work displayed is for sale. Our gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm.Learn more here!
Artist in Virtual Residency, Jay Handy
Hey, Bay City!
Submit your photos for this project and future 2022 exhibition by Artist in Virtual Residency, Jay Handy. The artwork inspired by your photographs will be a celebration of our community, where full cycles of life have occurred for generations. Photos that help display the rich lives and beautiful moments that have taken place in Bay City will be chosen and featured in artwork. Submit photos to Jay Handy until November 1st.Submit photos to Jay Handy's website here.
September 23 – November 13, 2021
50 Artists of the Great Lakes features the artwork of regional artists from the area. The public reception is Thursday, September 30, 2021 from 5-7pm. The exhibit will be on display until 1pm on Saturday, November 13, 2021.Learn More about the exhibit and the artists.
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!
Stop in Tuesday through Saturday for our Studio 23 Craft Bar! A fun way to spend time with friends, celebrate special occasions and learn more about art! All the crafts are available "to-go" as well.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.