6th Annual Concert on the Lawn” ~ K Jones and the Benzie Playboys ~ 9/1/18

“Leland Air” Exhibition & Sale–Saturday May 26–6 ~ 7:30 pm


This one-day Plein Air Painting Event and Exhibit, hosted by the Leelanau Community Cultural Center at the Old Art Building, will be held Saturday, May 26, 2018.  The public can view artists painting “LIVE” from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, in and around picturesque Leland capturing images of historic Fishtown, views of orchards and vineyards, spectacular terrain, and beautiful beaches.

The public is invited to the reception and sale of paintings “fresh off the easel” from 6 to 7:30 pm at the Old Art Building in Leland.  40% of art sales will be donated to the Old Art Building.  Prizes for best of show and people’s choice will be awarded.

Tickets for this event are $10 available at mynorthtickets.com, the Old Art Building or at the door.


ARTISTS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN THIS EVENT may click the link below, call the office at 231-256-2131 or email linda@oldartbuilding.com.
Artist Application

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July 4th at the Old Art Building ~ Bike Decorating, Live Music and the Parade!!!

Seth Bernard Trio ~ November 29 ~ 7 PM


Leelanau Community Cultural Center invites you to a performance with the Seth Bernard Trio at the Old Art Building in Leland, Wednesday November 29 at 7 – 9 PM.  Tickets are $15 non member/ $13 member in advance and $20 at the door.

Metropolitan Opera Artist Meredith Parsons McComb ~ November 5 @ 4 pm


Meredith Parsons McComb:  Classic Songs and Stories about Them

The Leelanau Community Cultural Center will host a performance by Metropolitan Opera artist Meredith Parsons McComb on November 5 at 4 pm.  Mrs. McComb will present a program that will include live music and storytelling from her career on stages from Traverse City to Paris and Tel Aviv. Tickets are $13 members / $15 non members.  Children/students ages 5 – 18 are $5.  Tickets can be purchased at My North Tickets.com or by calling 231-256-2131

Meredith is a product of Traverse City Public Schools, NMC at Interlochen, Middlebury College, University of Michigan School of Music, and her parents, John and Betty Parsons. Meredith was a Thomas J. Watson Traveling Fellow and received a Grammy for the D.G.G./Metropolitan Opera recording of “Die Walkure.” She was a soloist with dozens of symphony orchestras and opera companies across the US and in France, Germany, Canada, Israel, and Holland, and has been presented in recital in New York, London, and Paris. With her husband, David McComb, who died in 2014, she was three times national champion in a two-man keelboat, the International Tempest.

In 2015, she relocated to Traverse City after twenty-five years in the village of Bolton Landing, New York.