A vibrant arts center located in the heart of downtown Holland, the Holland Area Arts Council plays a leadership role in enriching the cultural life of the lakeshore area.
Exhibition space in three galleries provides the opportunity to showcase the best of local and regional artists through more than twelve exhibits per year.
In addition, the Arts Council coordinates special community activities including family festivals, outdoor concerts, and various events in collaboration with other community organizations, serving more than 50,000 individuals annually. The Holland Area Arts Council also offers more than 150 classes each year in visual and performing arts, reaching more than 1,600 students annually (ranging from pre-school aged children to senior citizens).
Spring, Summer & Fall Hours: Monday - Thursday: 10am-8pm; Friday: 10am-5pm; Saturday: 10am-3pm
Winter Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10am-8pm; Wednesday & Friday: 10am-5pm; Saturday: 10am-3pm
Under the leadership of Hope's Nate Roberts, we are offering the community the opportunity to experience American folk music with our series, Bluegras... View Details
Founded in 2008 and directed by Hope College piano professor Dr. Andrew Le (Drew), Brown Bag has rapidly become one of the most popular and innovative... View Details
Spring Break Ballet Camps will be held Monday, April 3 through Friday, April 7 in Grand Rapids at the Meijer-Royce Center for Dance (341 Ellsworth Ave... View Details
Every spring, the Holland Area Arts Council presents Début, the High School Juried Visual Art Competition. By giving young people a significant... View Details