“Why strive to be creative?” Perhaps I should ask, “Why strive to breathe?” In most creative personalities, it is every bit as necessary to be creative as it is to take in oxygen. It is a simple prerequisite of life. To many – to most – of us, to live is to be creative. There is no alternative.” Alden B. Dow

Explore the living environments designed by, or currently lived in, by three of Midland’s most influential artists and their families:
Charles Breed
Dave Morrison
Bruce Winslow

Sunday, September 15th
1:00 – 3:00pm
Tickets: $20
Self Guided Tours
Advanced ticket sales only. You will not be able to purchase tickets the day of the event.

Morrison Residence, 1970 by James Robertson 3602 Windsor Court
Roberts (Winslow) Residence, 1960 by James Robertson and Jim Roberts 818 W. Meadowbrook Drive
Breed Residence, 1955 by Jackson Hallett, AIA, and Charles Breed 4202 Sherwood Court
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October 27th "After Alden" Lecture and Book Signing, by Marty Merritt | FREE | 1-3pm | United Church of Christ 4100 Chestnut Hill Drive, Midland, MI 48642 Public Tours at The Home and Studio **The blocks are closed for the season as we begin working on a major restoration project on the trellis. We will not be going out on the blocks during public tours until the project is complete.