Upcoming Guest Exhibit
The IQhub is currently working on our next guest exhibit, Art Explosion, which will feature art exhibits from around Michigan.
Planned for November 30th, 2021 – February 24th, 2022.
Art Explosion Returns
This will be the fifth rotating guest exhibit in the IQhub and we are so excited to have the celebration of the arts continue. This exhibit will feature a wide variety of art created by many local artists and all art work will be new to the IQhub. Visitors will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite Adult Artist and Student Artist. We have three community events, for families to enjoy: Winter Market (Dec. 7th), Whimsical pARTy Gallery Night (Jan. 19th) and an Artist Meet and Greet (Feb. 24th). If you are an artist or just one at heart, you do not want to miss Art Explosion!!! Please contact the IQhub at (989) 227-3847 or IQ.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please see Artist Flyer (click here) if you are interested in submitting art work to be on display.
Past Guest Exhibits
Take a trip down memory lane and learn about all the fun guest exhibits the IQhub had on display previously.
This was the fourth rotating guest exhibit featured in the IQhub. It had a wide variety of art created by many local artist. IQhub visitors voted on their favorite Adult Artist and Student Artist. We hosted two community events for this exhibit: Family Paint Night with Tracie Davis and an Artist Meet and Greet.
This was the third rotating guest exhibit featured in the IQhub. There were real places, RC planes, uniforms, memorabilia and stories of dedicated men
and women in the aviation industry. We hosted a large family fun day for this exhibit, containing flying kites, birds of prey, an observation beehive, paper airplanes, a mobile planetarium, flying RC planes, and an aerial spray demonstration.
Muscles, Music & More
This was the second rotating guest exhibit featured in the IQhub. There were muscle cars and motorcycles, musical instruments and memorabilia, model trains and old traveling luggage, an antique toy collection, metal art and even soap box derby cars. We hosted two community events for this exhibit: A Color Cruise (small antique car show) and a Children’s Christmas Concert.
This was the first rotating guest exhibit featured in the IQhub. It was a tribute to the men and women who served and are still serving in the military. There were real military vehicles, uniforms, medals, posters and stories. The IQhub hosted Dick Thelen, the survivor of the USS Indianapolis, to be a guest speaker and the main event for this guest exhibit.