The Arts Council of Greater Lansing supports, strengthens, and promotes arts, culture and creativity in the Capital region.Our Members
We provide various grants throughout the year, and also announce other funding opportunities: local, statewide and national grants.Apply for Grants
From events like Arts Night Out to programs like the Art in the Sky billboard project, we work to support, strengthen, and promote the arts.See our Programs
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Offering local youth access to arts education and an outlet for creative expression.Learn More
Building a strong foundation for artists and arts and cultural leaders.Learn More
Using the arts as a builder & driver of community economic development.Learn More
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May 3, 2019
Arts Night Out continues in 2019 with an event every other month in Old Town Lansing! Arts Night Out is a free, walkable, art-filled Friday evening that allows everyone to explore the businesses and see the work of various artists hosted in those participating venues. Live music | Art demos | New exhibits | Dance | Street performances | Unique media | Affordable art | So much more! #myartsnightout
May 3, 2019
Join us at the Arts Council during Arts Night Out for this exhibition and opening reception featuring the work of Marissa Tawney Thaler. "Gertie Lives on Ginkgo Street: Our Story Begins" is a series of original children's book illustrations that nod back to Marissa's own childhood, to the sense of childlike adventure in others and to discoveries yet to be made. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Learn more about Marissa!
June 7, 2019
Join us for an opening reception for Christine Beals' exhibition, "Nature's Tapestry." Christine is a local artist whose work is inspired by geometric shapes, quilt patterns and the beauty of nature. Christine's pieces resemble traditional folk art, featuring bold, clean lines and vibrant colors. Come meet Christine and talk to her about her work. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Learn more about Christine!