September 14th - October 11th

Art Á Loan

For the twenty-seventh year, the Art à Loan program is returning to the Saugatuck Center for the Arts to feature work from Saugatuck Public School students. The Art à Loan opening reception with art leasing will take place Wednesday, September 14. Art will be on display following the opening reception through Tuesday, October 11.
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About Art-A-Loan

For the twenty-seventh year, the Art à Loan program is returning to the Saugatuck Center for the Arts to feature work from Saugatuck Public School students. The annual Art à Loan opening reception with art leasing will take place Wednesday, September 14.

The Art à Loan pieces are selected by area art professionals and are comprised of student artists ranging from grades Kindergarten through 12th grade. Each piece is professionally matted, framed and labeled with tags identifying the program, the artist and grade level.

Danielle Hanna, Saugatuck High School’s art teacher, and Melissa Pawlak, Douglas Elementary and Saugatuck Middle School’s visual art teacher are both passionate about building community through art and are grateful to belong to a supportive and engaging art community. Danielle and Melissa both agree that their students feel the support and connection from the community and the Art à Loan helps them be a part of something truly special and unique.

Following the opening event, Art à Loan will be on display in the Saugatuck Center for the Arts Gallery from 9 am to 5 pm weekdays and during performances through October 11, 2022. Admission is free of charge.

Leasing

The Art à Loan opening reception will take place Wednesday, September 14 at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts (400 Culver Street) from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Gallery doors will open at 6:45pm with leasing beginning promptly at 7pm. 

Student artwork can be leased for $150 per year, for public display in offices, shops, restaurants, lobbies and other community spaces in the greater Saugatuck area. The artwork will remain on display for one year starting October 19, 2022. The program is self-supporting; proceeds from this year will cover next year’s costs. 

Lessors can pick up their leased works on October 13 and 14 at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts, after this time the artworks will be available by contacting Danielle Hanna at Saugatuck High School, 269.857.2133 or by email at dhanna@saugatuckps.com.

Those interested in leasing artwork but unable to attend the opening event can contact Danielle Hanna at Saugatuck High School, 269.857.2133 or by email at dhanna@saugatuckps.com.

Special Hours

Thursdays – open until 7pm

Saturday, October 8

Special Thanks

The Nines

Thank you to Sarah Harris with The Nines Gallery and Framing Studio in Holland for making the framing of this year’s show a reality.

Students in this year’s event

Haley King – Arlo Klinge-Rea – Violet Lanning – Hayden Petrick – Greta Locker – Marin Lewis – Hannah Vanderbeek – Tucker Rottman-Johnson – Lillian Rodriguez – Emma Locker – Hudson Rodewald – Ella Vanderbeek – Evelyn Briggs – Audrey LaLonde – Addison Schrotenboer – Emma Gosler – Maci Barman – Noah Sauve – Isabella Fisher – Ella Dokianakis – Novella DeGraaf – Virginia Cernugel – Marcus Silva – Nickolas Mohr – Angela Bernat – Avery Smith – Sophie Kuipers – Madaline Fowler – Layla Vinten-Johansen – Sophia Degraaf – Isabella Smith – Ethan Smith – Ari Ascencio – Anna DeYoung – Eva Kierzek – Kylee Numerick – Ava Fink – Aerin Baker