Box Factory for the Arts

We support all the arts

Our multi-use arts center includes artist studios, galleries, a performance stage, classrooms, Art Shoppe, meeting space, and more. Two floors of the 55,000-sq-ft building have been devoted to the arts since 1995 when the Berrien Artist Guild, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, purchased the historic (c.1903) Williams Brothers Paper Box Factory.

Free and open to the public: 10am to 4pm Mon-Sat & evenings for special events.

  • Save the Date!

    Jan 23 to Feb 26 - In the Galleries Gallery exhibits by K.V. Ratham, Mary Amador, Benjamin Frank, and Indiana Women’s Caucus for Art.

    Mar 11-22 - MAAC Call for Entries Michiana Annual Art Competition submissions accepted.

    Mar 22 - Book Signing by Tess Story, author of A Wanderer's Soul

  • Concrete and Creativity

    Learn more about Building A Better Box Factory for the Arts: the first year of our Captial Campaign, and our future plans.

    Visitor Reviews

    Did you know the Box Factory is listed #6 on the list of top 15 St. Joseph attractions on the website? A big "thank you" to the visitors who reviewed us.

  • newsletter

    The ArtBag (pdf: 1 MB) newsletter is published monthly for distribution to Berrien Artist Guild members.

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