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39th annual OUR TOWN Art Show/Sale at TCH

The Community House in downtown Birmingham is presenting the 39th annual OUR TOWN Art Show & Sale, Thursday March 21, through Friday, March 29.

OUR TOWN is a juried, all-media art show which serves as a platform for Michigan artists to exhibit and sell their diverse creations, spanning paintings, pastels, sculptures, glassworks, fiber works, photography, jewelry, and mixed media. Sixty-five percent of the sales of art proceeds goes directly to support the region's talented artists, according to The Community House, with the remaining 35 percent helping to contribute funding The Community House's outreach programs for adults and children.

This year's respected jurors are Barbara Heller, director and conservator of special projects for The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA), and Yuriko Jackall, department head of European art and the Elizabeth and Allan Shelden curator of European paintings at the DIA.

There is an Opening Night VIP Party on Thursday, March 21, which marks the commencement of the event and allows guests an exclusive preview and the chance to acquire pieces before the public. The show opens on Friday, March 22, and Saturday, March 23, free of charge. Further, the entire collection of juried artworks will be available for online purchase from March 22 through 29.

To learn more and secure opening night reservations, visit


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