Welcome to the Leelanau Community Cultural Center at the Old Art Building.
COVID -19 Update
We are open with limited in-person classes and events. We will continue to deliver our programming with attention to community safety. In accordance with guidelines our indoor numbers will be limited and some will still have a virtual component. Masks are required while attending programs inside the Old Art Building. Thank you for helping our community slow the spread of COVID-19.
Featured Events and News
Masks in the Time of the Covid Pandemic
OAB will host an in-person exhibit to share the work of over 360 Leelanau County middle and high school students and volunteers from Michigan Legacy Art Park.
Monday, May 17 – Thursday, May 27
Mondays – Sundays: 10 am – 4 pm
Leland Air 2021 (virtual)
Come to our 9th annual plein air exhibition and sale. Artists will have painted in various locations en plein air. The show will display these works "fresh off the easel" – for your enjoyment as well as to purchase.
Sunday, May 30 – Sunday, June 13
Early bird: May 30, 5:00 – 6:00 PM
Public viewing: May 30, 6:00 PM
Leelanau Artists 2021
The Leelanau Artists Open Studio 2021 Exhibition displays works of a group of visual artists who meet weekly to paint at the Old Art Building.
Friday, June 4: 5 PM – 7 PM
Saturday, June 5: 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday, June 6: 10 AM – 4 PM
Exploring Watercolor for Beginners/Intermediate
Through the exploration of small studies, access your creative side and develop two finished watercolor pieces. This class is perfect for beginners or anyone looking to brush up on their approach to watercolor.
Teacher: Susan Lingg.
Thursday, June 17
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Art of the Garden
Leelanau Community Cultural Center, in collaboration with the Little Garden Club, is pleased to announce a virtual/online presentation of the Art of the Garden Exhibit and Sale.
Thursday, June 24 – Sunday, June 27
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Nancy & Berkley Duck, Retirees
The OAB embodies the essence of Leland as a small, northern Michigan community dedicated to providing a high quality of life for its residents while preserving its historic look and feel. It is the anchor of our “cultural complex.”