They are located in the newly restored (and gorgeous!) historical Bancroft Building, at 104 East Gennessee.
I expect their website to be updated with info very shortly regarding this exhibit. I do know that there will be an opening artists reception on the evening of December 16, from 6-9pm, so if you want to get a leg up on things and maybe get first dibs on one of my photos, that would be the time to show up!
The Gallery focuses on Michigan artists, and serves as a fund-raising source for art education programs through the Saginaw Art Museum. All proceeds from the sale of artworks on exhibit go to directly benefit the youth of Saginaw through these art programs. I think that is pretty cool, and I am proud to be able to be a part of it.
Now on to the regular monthly business....
Yes, it is December. And since the weather is turning cold and the skies have all gone grey, I thought to post this photo of a very snowy-looking cactus with a tiny colorful bloom as a visual representation of how far away spring looks from here. I think if I were ever to move to a warmer climate I would plant these snowy cacti all around my house so that it could look like winter without actually feeling like winter. Because that would be ideal. Bears have the right idea, I think...stay in and nap until spring shows up. Ha!