Through the Eyes of an Educator Growing Young Artists 7.30 SUMMER, 2018 By: Teddy Wingert It began seven years ago when the SCA approached Fennville Public Schools with a project-based learning approach that would change hundreds of lives for years to come. The SCA’s...
Inside the Classroom of Creativity Growing Young Artists 7.25 SUMMER, 2018 By: Teddy Wingert The room is filled with excited chatter as students crowd around a table in the middle of the classroom. Eyes are drawn on a printmaking demonstration that uses unexpected...
Saugatuck Center for the ArtsGrowing Young Artists Program Begins 7.5 SUMMER, 2018 July 9- August 1 Growing Young Artists (GYA) is underway at Fennville Public Schools. Instructors have prepared their lessons, our Artist in Residence, Victoria Martinez has arrived and...
Mason Street Warehouse: 2018 Wilde Award Nominations 7.02 WILDE AWARDS 2018 Linsday Roberts and David R. Gordon Katie Finan and David R. Gordon Francis Kelly Photo Credits: Louis Schakel Mason Street Warehouse has been nominated for eight Wilde Awards for its 2017...
Creative Summer Offerings Summer Camps Begin 6.6 SUMMER, 2018 June 18- August 22 Summer Camps are kicking off for the summer with creative exploration for all ages! Our summer instructors are prepping creative lessons and camp registration is open. We have one day,...
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As the State of Michigan moves through its COVID reopening plan, the SCA is looking forward to welcoming you back to the Art Center. Please know that your safety and comfort is our utmost concern.
The Saugatuck Center for the Arts will follow all State mandated guidelines and protocols for:
Indoor attendance. We ask that all guests wear masks inside the Center. We will provide one for you if you don't have one. Our gallery will be open beginning June 8 per State guidelines. Under capacity guidelines 5 guests at a time will be able to view our Sonder exhibition.
Outdoor attendance. Per the Governor's Executive Orders masks are required outdoors when 6-foot social distancing is not possible. To keep you, other guests, and our staff safe we require that you:
- wear a mask when NOT at your seats (when entering and exiting, at the bar, as you walk to the restrooms, etc.).
- if you choose, you may take your mask off when in your seating area.
We will maintain social distancing at all SCA events, thank you for helping us with this.
The Market @ SCA. Our Market runs Fridays, 9am - 3pm using the State guidelines for Farmers Markets. We will welcome guests with one-way aisles, vendors wearing masks, and lots of hand sanitizer!
The SCA staff will be routinely cleaning high touchpoint surfaces and we have hand sanitizer throughout the building for guest use (along with soap & water in our bathrooms). Masks will be available for guests who do not have one for indoor attendance.
We look forward to welcoming you back, safely, to the SCA this summer.
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