The Glen Arbor Arts Center’s 2022 Suzanne Wilson Artist-in-Residence program begins May 1 with the arrival of writer David LeGault. A resident of Westland, Michigan, LeGault will work on and revise a collection of essays on the subject of board games, and the history of games.
Each of the GAAC’s residents offer a conversational presentation at the end of their stay. The presentations begin at noon at the GAAC. They are free, and open to the public. On May 13 LeGault will discuss his book revisions, and the mechanics of crafting a unified narrative.
Since the 1990s, the GAAC has welcomed visiting artists who want to immerse themselves in their work. The GAAC’s AIR program offers up to seven, creative practitioners a two-week respite from their daily lives in order to focus on a new idea that needs space, or to develop an on-going project. For more information go to GlenArborArt.org/EVENTS. The GAAC is located at 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.