Welcome to the Leelanau Community Cultural Center at the Old Art Building.

Due to today’s Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) emergency order the Old Art Building will be closed for indoor programming until further notice. We will continue to follow the guidance of MDHHS and update you when we have a change to our program status.

A Festival of Lights!
Displayed Until January 16

HollyPOP Presents an Outdoor Event to Enjoy the Spirit of the Season!

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We Own Our Future!
The Campaign to Purchase the Old Art Building

Meeting our goal

2021 Musical Arts Celebration

Music is a universal language that doesn’t require words to express, emote or validate what you feel. Music is a form of therapy and has a way of making us feel more connected to others. During this pandemic, we are pulling back the curtain on music’s magical power to heal. In collaboration with Main Street Gallery, we present musical selections performed by Dr. Mezraq Ramli and his friends Jeanmarie Riccobono and Lauren Murphy.

 2021 Concert for Love and Gratitude

Featured Events and News

Temporarily Canceled

Open Studio Leelanau Artists Group

Leelanau Artists Group has resumed. They meet Tuesday mornings, with a limited number of participants in the main building. An opportunity to share techniques and talents. All levels and mediums are encouraged to participate.

Every Tuesday
9:30 AM – 2:00 PM

Temporarily Canceled

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a workout emphasizing balance, muscle strengthening, joint mobility, circulation, and a sensation of energy.

Every Wednesday
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Thoughts from Melanie Parke, Painter

The Old Art Building is a place where culture is championed and artistic ideas are nurtured: a place where everyday community life entwines with a vital arts and humanities hub and center.

Make That Color Sing

Written and narrated by our friend Scott Craig and edited by Linda Sprout, this short film will give you a brief pictorial history of the long life of the OAB.

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