28th Annual Experimental Art Symposium

September 15-21, 2019
Lowell, Michigan

Venue Information


223 W Main Street
Lowell, MI 49331




Lowell was founded as a trading post on the south bank of the Grand River in 1831 by Daniel Marsac. In 1847, he purchased land on the north side of the river and platted it as "Dansville". In 1851, a post office was established there named "Lowell" after the township.


The LowellArts stated purpose is:
  • to encourage the understanding, appreciation, and importance of the arts in the schools and communities we serve
  • to provide expression and enjoyment of the arts to all segments of these communities.

LowellArts is made up of arts enthusiasts who are committed to the mission of connecting artists and audiences through the visual and performing arts. In the coming years, the staff, volunteers, and supporters will continue to make exceptional, heartfelt efforts to bring exciting artwork and performances the community.

Lowell, Michigan

This years Experimental Art Symposium will be held at LowellArts in Lowell, Michigan

A vibrant art scene and eclectic shopping district add character and charm to this largely rural city 20 minutes east of Grand Rapids. Historic downtown Lowell spans six city blocks alongside the scenic Flat River, close to numerous parks, lakes and golf courses.

From fast food to fine dining, Lowell offers a range of culinary experiences. Favorites include Flat River Grill, offering traditional favorites with creative flair; Keiser’s Kitchen, a classic family-style diner; and Mynt Fusion Bistro, boasting made-from-scratch Pan-Asian fare.d.

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