Announcing ArtPath 2021 Michigan Artists

Announcing our ArtPath 2021 Artists

In our eleventh year of public art programming, Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center  will present ArtPath for Summer 2021 in partnership with the City of Lansing’s Parks and Recreation Department. ArtPath spans 3 miles of the Lansing River Trail from REO Town to Old Town and showcases work by Michigan artists. ArtPath 2021 will include
20 art installations, artist talks and family-friendly art activities. See our ArtPath website HERE and our ArtPath map HERE.

ArtPath 2021 Artists listed from sites 01 – 20:
K.W. Bell
Erica Bradshaw
Charles Jarvis
Christine Beals
Wendy Shaft
Kelly O’Neill
Douglas M Gruizenga
Ray Katz
Sinclair Chase Korte
Hector Acuna
Aminah Marae
Sarah Pulver
Waleed Johnson
Michael Sklenka
Isiah Lattimore
Mike Ross
Nancy DeJoy
Trevor Grabill
Daniel J. Hogan
Michael Angelo Magnotta

ArtPath 2021 is generously supported by our title sponsors The Rathbun Insurance
Agency and Auto-Owners Insurance. Additional support is provided by the Michigan
Council for Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Arts Council of
Greater Lansing, Jay Pelc Designs, MEDC, Team Lansing Foundation BWL, Norm
Charles, Melissa Eyde, Sam & Judy Eyde, Gillespie Group, Hude Legal Services PLLC,
Kramer Mngt. Group, Michelle Massey & Joe Findlater, Gary & Nancy McRay,, Joe
Smalley, Rich Sneary of Merrill Lynch, Becky TenBrink and Dan & Bonnie Warmels.

Founded in 1965, Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center provides public awareness, education and enjoyment of the visual arts by promoting the works of Michigan artists. The gallery and education center offer opportunities to experience the visual arts through educational programming and galleries featuring Michigan artists. The Gallery offers free admission and accessible entry to the downtown Lansing location at 119 North Washington Square. Serving as one of Michigan’s key cultural resources, the gallery and education center
provides a forum for self-expression, dialogue, and community engagement.  Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center’s programs are funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, Michigan Council for Arts
and Cultural Affairs, Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, Arts Council of Greater Lansing, Mariel Foundation, Capital Region Community Foundation, R E Olds Foundation, Comerica Foundation, as well as our membership, sponsors, and donors. Employment, activities, and services of Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center are provided for equally and without regard to race, ethnicity gender, age, and disabilities.