Lake Effect Arts

Lake Effect Art Gallery

    In downtown Manistique

Gallery Hours...
Monday - Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Bring your friends, relatives, neighbors, company, and Yourself!
It's a great place to shop and browse.


It is Official! Our 'NEW' Community Arts Center and Gallery are Happening - NOW!
at the corner of South Cedar and Oak Streets in downtown Manistique


New Art Center building!
Thanks to mBank, Lake Effect Community Arts and the Lake Effect Gallery, has our very own permanent location in this bautiful old building in the heart of downtonw Manistique, Michigan. We've wanted this for so many years and are very excited to see it happening. Thank you mBank!

We enjoyed our six successful years at the Traders Point location. And several years downtown at 212 S. Cedar Street. Now we are looking forward to even more years at our new permanent location just down the street at the corner of South Cedar and Oak Streets.

A very special THANK YOU to All who are helping to make it Happen!!

It wouldn't Be without YOU.

There is a lot of work to be done to this iconic old building but Lake Effect Community Arts has moved in and is holding classes and other activities.


Lake Effect Art Gallery Approved for MEDC Grant!

Lake Effect Art Gallery was approved for a Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Local Small Business matching funds grant program. The Gallery launched a crowd funding campaign at Patronicity.com/LakeEffect to raise money for this grant with a deadline of June 27. The goal was $3000 (the amount of the grant match). THANKS to all of YOU who donated we not only met the goal it was exceeded!!  This will go a long way toward getting us through this rough patch. Click on the above link for more information about the grant.



Lake Effect Art Gallery 2020

Lake Effect Art Gallery 2020

Lake Effect Art Gallery 2020

Lake Effect Art Gallery 2020

Lake Effect Art Gallery 2020

 

Come in and discover the wonderful array of artwork, fine crafts, and gifts created by our talented local and regional artists. It's a special place and we think our visitors are special, too!