Box Factory for the Arts

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Location

1101 Broad Street
St. Joseph, MI   49085
269.983.3688
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm, Saturday evening 7-9pm

Description

The Box Factory for the Arts owned by the Berrien Artists' Guild, has three galleries, a gift shop, a stage and seating for concerts and plays, and 37 resident artists. The studio artists include: Tom Conrad - air brush, Tom Fuller - painting, B.J. Goetz - painting, Dwayne Gooch - stained and fused glass, Bob Gottlieb - painting, Elaine Harju - painting, Susan Henshaw - painting, Rebecca Hungerford - pewter, Lorie Jesperson - painting, Tim MacDonald - painting, Margie Mitchell - painting, Karen Najacht - ceramics, Minza Zdzieblowski - ceramics, Midnite Remisoski - painting/drawing, Becky Rotter - ceramics, Meredith Schmidt - painting, Anna Russo-Sieber - ceramics, Susan Schirmer - painting, Jan Sonneman - painting, Sherrie A. Styx - ceramics, Tom Tackett - photography, Ralph Harju - photography, Kathie Kiesselbach - print making, Anne Vandermolen - creative writing/print making, Denise Tackett - creative writing, Barbara Simpson - creative writing, Barbara Willey - creative writing/painting, Bob Williams - painting, James O'Haver - fractal art, Mike Pallas - ceramics, Lynne Tan - photography and ceramics, Andrea Belski Wilson - fiber arts, Mallory Olson - painting, Soon Lee Hong - ceramics, John Owen - photography, Mike Koch - music, and K.V. Rathnam - framing.

For a schedule of events and photos see link to boxfactoryforthearts.org

Handicap accessible

Admission:
No admission fee.

Directions

To find the Box Factory for the Arts: from Main Street in downtown St. Joseph take Broad Street east about five blocks. Look for a brick building on the left side.

To get to Main Street from the north, M-63 will cross Blossomland Bridge, Broad Street is two blocks from the bridge.

From the south, leave I-94 at the St. Joseph exit 23 to Red Arrow Highway, travel north on Red Arrow, which will lead to Main Street.