Salt Valley Arts builds is a community of creatives building and nurturing the creativity of individuals and the local community;
we provide engaging opportunities for learning, teaching, sharing and appreciating the arts.
Salt Valley Arts was established in 2016: unwilling to lose the strong network of creativity the Two Twelve Arts Center created upon its closing, artists united to establish a new hub of creativity. Originally focused on establishing a viable new art center, maintaining its artist network, and teaching classes pre-COVID, SVA currently focuses on connecting artists with shared interests, exhibiting artwork, and sharing our creativity with our community.
Our space, leased from EHM-Senior Solution, provides 2,100 sq ft to gather, teach and host events in Saline, MI.
P.O. Box 588
Saline, MI. 48176
400 West Russsell Street
Room 2372 (easily accessible through Entrance A)
Saline, MI 48176
Upon turning into the EMH-Senior Solutions campus, you'll want to veer left to park and enter the building through Entrance A. You may call (734) 429-1652 during events to have door unlocked. Once inside, just remember right-left-right: Enter the building and head back to the right, turn left down the first hallway (there is a directional sign on the wall) and enter our studio with the blue awning on the right.
Additional Exhibit Space
The 109 Cultural Exchange
109 West Michigan Avenue
Saline, MI 48176
Salt Valley Arts has collaborated with The 109 to enhance the visibility of our creativity. We occasionally meet in their space and use their exhibit space to be more visible in Saline.
WHERE WE ARE
Our board is 100% volunteer and member driven. We meet the second Monday of every month to plan, brainstorm, and keep our community creative. You can click any of the underlined gurus below to learn more about our members keeping Salt Valley Arts a little less chaotic. Want to help or attend a meeting? Want to join the board? Email us!
Kelly Bortles So
MEET OUR BOARD
Salt Valley Arts will continue to follow EHM Senior Solutions policies to ensure the continued safety of the EHM residents, colleagues, and community members.
Currently masks are recommended but not required and SVA keeps track of members entering our space. Also, while the entrances to our building remain locked, a member will be posted by Entrance A to let others in. Artists may also call 734-429-1650 during events to be let in.