Our first show took place in May 2017 in Lansing's Reo Town. From then on, Audrey assembled a team of 10-20 rotating artists to host parties and interactive art exhibits. The purpose of this group is to empower young womyn, poc, and lgbtq+ indentifiers to finish creative projects and connect with other artists.

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October 27, 2018

This free event was an accessible escape for local art nerds and culture Queens. We showcased work from 4 local artists, as well as a rising Jazz ensemble -The OC Collective. Guests also enjoyed: a live liquid light show, mask decorating, psychic readings, a "magical" vending machine, and artist market.


June 1, 2018

Inspired by "Beychella', this femme driven dance party was designed with women of color in mind.In collaboration with Lansing DJ/entrepreneur/promoter, Crystal Moiner, the event featured DJ V (Ann Arbor) and Problematic Black Hottie (Detroit). Audrey personally designed the flyer which led to the birth of her logo.


April 21, 2018

This was our second time participating in Stoopfest, a house show festival in the Eastside neighborhood. We transformed the "Green Haus" into a small art exhibit for guests to hear electronic music, R&B, and decompress during their festival journey.


April 6, 2018

One of our favorite events! We gathered members of the local drag community, retailers, government officials, and artists together for a night of celebration. We kicked the night off with a fashion show highlighting LGBTQ-friendly retailers and ended with performances from Candy Gloss Contour, Asio Aviance, and Tater Tot Noxious. Images courtesy of More Than Fine.


February 22, 2018

This event laid the groundwork for the kind of environments we wish to create. This exhibition focused on identity and how social media allows us to preserve our personal narratives/histories. We showcased 10 artists and had 4 selfie stations. One of the stations was a performance piece where models embodied their online persona inside "display cases". Images courtesy of Kaitlin Grant.


May 4, 2017

Sometimes Art House was merely an idea until Audrey met New York based artist, Gigi Gomez (aka G2). She approached me about doing a collaborative pop-up show challenging the "male gaze". This was also around the time #girlgaze was circulating the internet . Gigi's fearlessness paired with Audrey's vision for an artist community, resulted in art pop-up show highlighting 9 local female artists. The event drew several inquires about Sometimes Art House and started our legacy in the Lansing art scene.

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Masquerade Ball with a fusion of jazz and community art

This free event was created as an accessible escape for local art nerds and culture Queens. We showcased work from four local artists, as well as rising jazz ensemble.