The Glen Arbor Arts Center’s 2019 New Views: Home/Place exhibition, a juried show of 27, 2D and 3D works, explores home and place identity from fresh, original and unexpected perspectives. The exhibition opens Friday, June 7 with a 6 pm reception; and continues through August 8 in the GAAC gallery, 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor. In addition to the exhibition, New Views: Home/Place offers a full range of programs – from author interviews to panel discussions -- that explore the exhibition’s theme from a wide variety of perspectives: • Places can be located on a map, or in the heart. • Who lives in your place? Plant, human and other animals, minerals? • What does it mean to live in-place? • Home is a real, or imagined structure; or it could be a mythic place. How do you visualize your [real or imagined] “home”? In concrete or abstract terms? • How do you experience and describe the place in which your [real or imagined] home is located? • What do home + place mean in a community that has a seasonal identity? • Is there a map to the [real or imagined] place where you are homed? To learn more about all the Home/Place programs, go to GlenArborArt.org and click on EVENTS. The Glen Arbor Arts Center is open Monday – Friday 9 am – 4 pm; and noon – 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday.