Quite a few years ago, a small group of art lovers and makers launched a local art group in Milford. Through expanding connections and enthusiasm, the VFAA has grown into a regional, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting fine arts in the Huron Valley area and linked to broader Michigan arts councils and venues.
The VFAA has been characterized as welcoming and encouraging. It is both personal and committed to providing art and creative service to the wider community. Art careers and art experiences for all ages and levels of involvement have been inspired from experiences and due to the support from members and sponsors.
General Meetings - VFAA meetings, including the exciting Guest Artist Program, take place on the 4th Wednesday evening of each month: 7:30 - 9:00. Public welcome!
In 2014, Milford welcomed the VFAA's Suzanne Haskew Art Center (SHAC)! On Main Street, not far from Central Park.
Stop by soon and say Hi.
Announcing the new partnership with Picasso's Grapevine! Brews & Brushes by Picasso's Grapevine at the SHAC! Click/tap on the Picasso's logo below and check out all the great paintings you can register for and create at the SHAC.
Wednesdays: August 12, September 9 and October 14 (the 2nd Wednesday of the month), paint from 4:00-7:00 pm.
Display at the SHAC beginning at 7:00pm – work may be priced for sale – the SHAC will take a 20% commission on all sales
· Join the SHAC and the VFAA in celebrating the DIA's Inside I Out Program installation along the Huron River in Milford - meet at Central Park for an evening of plein air painting/sketching from 4:00 to 7:00. Works will be displayed at the SHAC starting at 7:00.
Not a plein air painter? Come watch artists in action and join us at the SHAC at 7:00 to see what was created and available for purchase! This is an informal, noncompetitive meetup. Meet people who love art and love to paint/draw outdoors
· Bring your own drawing / painting supplies. Framing paintings is not necessary. The SHAC will have displays to use.
· Questions? Contact:
Photo Credit: Jennifer Thrift Photography
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