Welcome to Alma, Michigan – a quaint and colorful historic city right in middle of the mitten! Alma’s reputation for culture and up-and-coming arts scene, begs to rival with that of bigger cities.
If you are from Alma or just coming for a visit, be sure to stop and see some of these amazing artworks! For the locals, scroll through the list and you’ll definitely see some of your favorite spots around town!
Artist: Marcus Owens Jr.
Location: Studio IX – North facing side
408 Woodworth Ave.
Artist: Chazz Miller – Detroit, MI
Location: East exterior wall of Alma Community Art Center
Artist: Takeveiona Costigan
Location: King Park
Artist: Kristi Bartholomew assisted by Joely Guo & Amber Tedhams
Location: Rear of Primerica Building 216 E Superior St.
Artist: Alma College Students
Location: Near N/E Corner of Woodworth & Superior St.
Artist: Theresa Jewell
Location: Ballyhoo Books
Artist: Lindsay Graham
Location: Petticoat Junction
Artist: Jake Matthews
Location: Gratiot County Fair Fairgrounds
Artist: Joe Cox
Location: Alma Post Office
Harvest (mural study, Alma, Michigan Post Office), 1939, oil on fabric: canvas mounted on fiberboard, Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Artist: Not confirmed
Location: Muffler Man
Artist: Sara Woodruff
Location: Wilcox Non-Proft Center
Artist: Joseph Mead
Location: Next Level Espresso
7328 N Alger Rd.
Location: MidMichigan Urgent Care
Coming Soon – Spring 2023!
In the middle of everything, is Alma, Michigan, otherwise referred to as Scotland, USA! There’s a buzz right now in town – plenty to see and do! Come visit Alma, Michigan.
Where and what is Scotland, USA, you say?… Let me tell you all about Alma – Scotland USA!
In the middle of everything is Alma, Michigan, otherwise referred to as Scotland, USA! That’s what the sign says, that’s what we stick with and that’s what we celebrate! Now is a great time to mention, if you haven’t been to a Highland Festival yet, it’s time you go!
For as long as I can remember, I looked forward to the time when Alma came alive to the sound of bagpipes. As a child, it wasn’t uncommon to hear a bagpiper practicing off in the distance while playing at the many parks in town. And we were always looking forward to the annual Highland Festival and Games each Memorial Day Weekend!