Arts and Eats brings attention to local galleries and studios

The Arts and Eats Tour, which included the Richland Gull Lake area in its scope, took place October 21 to 22. The Tour is a free, self-driving event in which visitors can drop in at a variety of partner organizations; participating restaurants, art studios and gallery sites are specified by maps featured on the Arts and Eats website.It not only offered the public a chance to enjoy local food and art, but an opportunity for restaurants, galleries and artists to show the public its specialties.

Gallery sites serve to showcase a variety of local work all at once. One such environment is Design Street, a “nonprofit art education studio located in the former Plainwell Fire Station.”

… Read the rest at the GLHS Reflection website!

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