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Community enrichment and support of the arts in Charlevoix takes place year ’round at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts. This vibrant, cultural center in downtown Charlevoix presents six major visual exhibits annually, including featured artists, plein air paint-outs, an opera, and other performing art events, plus cultural trips.
A quarterly schedule is comprised of children’s camps, classes and workshops, varying from photography and ceramics, to oil and watercolor. Year ’round classes cover topics ranging from photography to quilting to rug hooking and more.umpkins
The gallery shop is a great place to shop with pieces ranging from original art by some of the area’s most talented artists to jewelry, photography, reproductions, fiber art, paintings, pottery, and hand blown glass… just to name a few.
The ever changing exhibits bring in art lovers all year long. With exhibits focusing on photography, glass, paintings, and more, the Charlevoix Circle of Arts has so much art to explore!
Charlevoix Circle Market
A festive, handmade, shopping experience with over 40 local artists and makers featured selling a magnificent selection of unique gifts and treats.
109 Clinton St., Charlevoix, MI, 49720
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