The Pictorial History of Owosso Exhibit is a once-in-a-lifetime, 14-week historic event presented and curated by the Shiawassee Arts Center. The free exhibition of more than 400 high-quality photographs, videos and engaging stories on Owosso from 1836 to 1966, showcases what made the city so unique among other Michigan cities over the course of 130 years.
Did you know that Owosso was one vote shy of becoming the state capital? Did you know that Woodard is the Oldest industry still in existence in Owosso today and that one of it’s wrought iron furniture designs is in the Smithsonian Museum? You know that Owosso has a castle, but did you know that our city also has one of the finest concentrations of 19th-century homes in the state of Michigan? The exhibit is an entertaining, enlightening and educational tour of our town
The Shiawassee Arts Center, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022, is located at 206 Curwood Castle Drive in Owosso and open to the public free of charge, Monday through Friday 10-5pm, weekends 12-4pm. The Arts Center features the artwork of local and statewide artists in eight galleries including the Frieseke Gallery and a specialty Gift Shop. SAC is a non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage participation and appreciation of the arts. For more information 989.723.8354 or visit www.shiawasseearts.org.