Lansing Art Gallery

119 North Washington Square


Lansing Art Gallery provides public awareness, education and enjoyment of the visual arts by promoting the works of Michigan artists.


Enhancing the quality of life and cultural well-being of the community, Lansing Art Gallery provides a permanent cultural facility and outreach initiatives to fulfill its mission. We insure that exhibits, educational programs and opportunities to purchase Michigan Art are available to the public.

Values and Principles:

The following values and guiding principles are used by the Lansing Art Gallery in determining goals, objectives, policies and programs:

Providing programs and services that enable the public to enjoy the visual arts.

Maintaining integrity while promoting programs and everything we do.

Respecting and encouraging the members that make up our community including, Michigan artists, volunteers, donors and staff.

Striving to become more knowledgeable about the relevance of art in our society.


Nicole Baker-Carson

Friday, April 13, 2018
What a great place! Upon entering, there was a beautiful piece of art that grabbed our attention right away. After walking down the stairs, we were welcomed by a lovely young woman that was friendly and informative. She said there was a hands-on project for the kids, if we were interested (which we were, of course!). There were so many beautiful pieces, and the kids got to make their own! Great, free thing to do by yourself or with your family!

Drew Prosch-Jensen

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Eclectic variety of fine art, ranging from the affordable to less affordable. What are your priorities? Always enjoy their artist's receptions!

Catherine Tonning-Popowich

Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018
This place is awesome! Great art, gifts and an education center in the heart of downtown Lansing.

Satellite Lyle

Friday, March 23, 2018
Quality Art at Quality Prices. Definitely a good place to experience.

Kelly Gmazel

Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Wonderful art... Inspiring me to see more of what Lansing artists can do. Being below the YMCA makes it sound like a war zone. Yikes.