This year's theme was "Follow the yellow brick road to the 2017 Spring Fling!"

The ACA hosts the Spring Fling festival at 2300 N. Adrian Hwy, Adrian MI (across from the LISD Vo-Tech center) from Noon - 6 PM on the first Sunday in May. If you missed this year's event, mark your calendar for next year!

Fun was had by all.  If you picked up a registration form for classes, now is the time to register!  Hopefully you had fun and will put this event on your calendar for next year!

Empty Bowls

The Adrian Center for the Arts in conjunction with Evans Street Station in Tecumseh sponsored an Empty Bowls event on Feb 21st, 2017 to benefit the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen.

ACA Resident Ceramic Artists, ceramics students, teachers and staff made bowls with a goal of 300 bowls to be offered for a donation of $10-$30. The handmade bowls were purchased on site at the event, filled with soup for lunch and later taken home. Over the course of the afternoon $3765 was raised! 

Enchanted Forest

Enchanted Forest is an annual Winter Festival at the Adrian Center for the Arts. In 2016, activities included sales of Lenawee-made art for gift giving in the woodworking, ceramicsletterpress, glass, and two-dimensional art studios. Demonstrations included ceramic sculpture, throwing on the potters wheel, pastels, letterpress using antique printing presses, felting, painting, and lamp glass blowing. 


Adrian Center for the Arts provides arts education and resources to help facilitate creative endeavors for people of all ages. We provide a large fellowship of passionate artists and volunteers who enrich and cultivate an environment that has become a catalyst of creativity.