The Village Fine Arts Association is a regional, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting fine arts in the Huron Valley area and linked to broader Michigan arts councils and venues. Many local art careers, artist activities and events have been inspired by the seeds of encouragement that have come from this locally rooted community oriented organization. And now, Village Fine Arts Association announces a dream is now reality, thanks to the drive of members and dozens of interested community members and partnerships. Find out about new programs and opportunities here: Suzanne Haskew Art Center (SHAC) and Go to the current NEWS page. Visit us on .
September: Views & Visions prospectus, and another SHAC Brews & Brushes painting event:
Volunteer-supported and funded by a combination of membership fees, business sponsors and grants. Your impact will make an impact in the richness and benefits of our local art community. Go to Membership/Sponsorship/Donations
Meetings, Shows and Events
Open invitation to interested visitors, members meet on 4th Wednesdays of the month at the new VFAA SHAC on 125 Main Street / high bay garage area (suite 700), a short walk from the Central Park, from 7:30 to about 9:00 pm. Parking is available in the River's Edge Brewery lot.
Exploring creative expression is for everyone. Whether you are interested in exploring different art mediums for yourself, taking a workshop to expand your knowledge, want to know more about the art world, or are a seasoned veteran willing to go further in your creative journey, you can join others and take your interest to the next level. OR maybe as a local business, you would like to partner with the VFAA and reflect your support of the arts in the Huron Valley area of Milford and the neighboring areas.
VFAA members include potters, weavers, oil painters, watercolorists, pastelists, acrylic painters, carvers, poets, musicians, photographers, sculptors, fabric artists the list is endless and varied.
The Village Fine Arts Association began in 1992, with the knowledge that there was a great need for the numerous artists in the Greater Milford Area to have an outlet to explore, expand and share their love of art.
Current VFAA logo design: courtesy of Georgie Jagner.