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ArtPath 2021 is Now Accepting Submissions

Calling all artists.

The Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center has partnered once again with the city for Lansing to hold the fourth annual ArtPath River Trail Exhibition. A three-mile portion of the Lansing River Trail will feature talented Michigan artists at many locations through downtown Lansing.

Artwork of all media are eligible. Artists are encouraged to create installations that are interactive and engaging for park visitors.

Last year, over 82,000 visitors viewed the art along the trail for the duration of ArtPath 2020.

Some notable submissions last year were Isiah Lattimore’s mural of George Floyd under the Interstate 496 bridge; the mural under the Kalamazoo Street bridge by Emily Luyk called “Living,” featuring plants of all kinds; and the sculpture near R.E. Olds Park named “Mischief” by Dace Koenigsknecht, which is a scrap-metal project that demonstrates two bear cubs climbing a tree with a honeybee fluttering nearby.

Artist submissions are accepted until 5 p.m. March 31. Visit lansingartgallery.org/artpath/ for more information about submission details and jurors.

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