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Envisions Design, Ltd.
Museum Exhibition Design, Master Planning, Strategic Planning,
Saline Area Players
Community Theater for the entire family. Performing on stages in Saline, Michigan since 1973.
Saline Celtic Festival
Annual festival held in Saline tgo celebrate all things Celtic. Variety of art endeavors.
Saline Community Educ Photo Club
Community photography club • free • open to the public - all ages • meets at 7 pm in Liberty School, Saline the 2nd wednesday of the month Sept. to May. • Programs, sharing & networking
THE SALINE FIDDLERS is America's premier youth fiddling show band. High school students performing MUSIC, SONG and DANCE. They blend traditional and non traditional fiddle tunes with a philharmonic size wave of sound. Across the Globe and even the White House (three times) their fusion of folk, bluegrass, mountain music, western swing, Celtic, jazz, pop and American classics starts toes tapping and hands clapping. Since 1994, the Saline Fiddlers have undeniably set the standard for extracurricular music programs in the United States. The group began with a simple idea: introduce an alternative style of music education to public school students. It has grown into a model of instruction and motivation that is being emulated across the nation. Yet more importantly, it is a brilliant example of what young adults can and will achieve if given a direction and the opportunity to explore, and pursue their own interests. The Saline Fiddlers is a nonprofit music education and performance organization. Supported by hours of volunteer labor, donations from fans and sponsors, sales of recordings and fees for performing, the Fiddlers also provide community service by means of music in and around their hometown. The Saline Fiddlers is a member of the Michigan Humanities Council Touring Directory which allows other Michigan non-profits to seek grants for their performances or workshops.
Saline Mills Studios
Taylor and Charlene Jacobsen, are retired art teachers from the Saline Area Schools. They remain active artists, in their own right, and teach art classes at their studios and for Saline Community Education. The Jacobsen's host other art events and gatherings at their property outside of Saline, Michigan. The also host classes taught by other experienced artists/ teachers in a wide variety of media and art techniques and from many different regions. They welcome questions and visits to their studios.
Two Twelve Arts Center
The mission of Two Twelve Arts Center is to provide a creative hub offering visual and performing artists the opportunity and working space to come together to work, create, and teach. The Center also contributes to the cultural life of the residents of Saline by supporting a full schedule of classes, programs, performances and exhibits. We look forward to providing a framework for a vibrant and supportive arts community with varied opportunities for artists, students and audiences. The Center provides an environment conducive to the creative process. Exhibits and shows will be held periodically throughout the year to highlight local artists work. The public is encouraged to view and purchase the art work. Artists and students are always welcome to gather for conversation in the first floor meeting room. Two Twelve Arts Center is sponsored by the Cowan Slavin Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit operating foundation.