Stop in Friday night between 5pm and 8pm. Meet the Mud & Prints artists, see new art, sign up for classes, and have some libations and treats. Help us kick off the second quarter of the year with a party.
Join us Thursday evening April 18th to Create your Own Succulent Display. Our instructor Courtney, will be guiding this 3 hour workshop from 6-9 PM @ Mud & Prints located on College Ave in Appleton. All materials are provided for workshop, which will include; 3 Succulent Clay Displays of your design and Succulent Air Plants. The class will be $90. *This is part one of the workshop. Workshop 2 will entail glazing of your designs, which will be held on April 25th from 6-9 PM. If you are interested in this class please reach out to Linda at email@example.com or call 920-277-1599, to save your spot!
WORLD PREMIERE FILM EVENT & ART EXHIBITION: The Splinter Palace, by local filmmaker Samuel Karow… Alice (a hoarder) and Zack (obsessed with painting pictures) exist together in a world all by themselves. What will happen when the delicate balance of their unusual friendship gets turned upside down? Experience this kooky, colorful comedy while surrounded by the paintings featured in the film. Also, for one night only, the film’s art collection will be available for purchase along with select props used in the production. This premier event is FREE and open to the public. There will be light hors d’oeuvres served and a cash bar.
Film starts at 6:30
This is a special year as we celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the NMES Kitchen Tour, sponsored by Nicolet National Bank. Enjoy five amazing homes throughout Neenah with beautiful kitchens and decor. You won’t go hungry with tastings and demonstrations located within each home. A Kitchen Boutique will be held at The Reserve with one-of-a-kind shopping with local artisans. Stop at one of Neenah’s local restaurants for lunch or dinner and make it a day filled with fun. All proceeds benefit local families in need. Tickets go on sale April 1st. Watch for locations to purchase tickets on or after April 1st, or purchase them on our website.
The Wisconsin Watercolor Society was established in 1952 in Milwaukee. The group began with a few member and has grown to almost 100 members from throughout Wisconsin. The WWS was the first organization to be devoted exclusively to watercolor painting. It’s purpose was then, and still is, to promote watercolor as an important medium with exhibits throughout the state of Wisconsin and to serve as a catalyst for those genuinely interested in watercolor.
This exhibit will features paintings created by members of the Wisconsin Watercolor Society. The paintings will be diverse in originality, subject and execution. From soft, subtle colors to strong saturated pigments, this exhibit will teach you how varied watercolor painting can be. Landscapes, florals, portraiture, abstraction and non-objective paintings will be presented.
Calling *ALL* Artists, Creators, and Gallerists, Mud & Prints is hosting an artist round table Thursday, May 2nd. 6-8 pm.
Topics include marketing and selling art in today’s art atmosphere; what works, what doesn’t, and the reality of art collecting and who your collectors might be.
If you have questions or interest, contact Linda Schrage at Mud & Prints Studio//Gallery at 311 E College Ave . 920.277.1599
38th Annual SECURA Fine Arts Exhibition
May 4, 2019 – Jun 2, 2019
Join us for one of Wisconsin’s top competitive, juried fine arts exhibitions featuring work from our state’s most talented artists.
Best in Show: $2,000
People’s Choice: $250
ABOUT THE JURORS
JOHN ADAMS, curator & owner of the Feather & Bone Gallery and The Draw
CAROL EMMONS, artist and retired professor of art from UW-Green Bay
CHRISTINA TURNER, president of the Trout Museum of Art in Appleton
BETH A. ZINSLI, curator & assistant professor, Lawrence University in Appleton
Creative Downtown Appleton Inc. in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Arts Association is hosting a design challenge as a feature at our Spring into Style Ladies Day Fashion Show on Saturday, May 4, 9:30am-noon. May 4 also happens to be the Kentucky Derby, so our 2nd Annual Avant Garde Challenge will be themed around HATS. We are seeking artists to create a one-of-a-kind Avant Garde HAT to wear while walking the runway. This is an application process, resulting in 5 submissions being selected to walk in the show.
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The goal of The Art-Hop Collective is to show the power of collaboration between art and music, and to immerse – or rather, embed – viewers into the creative experience.
As for Carnage The Executioner, whether he’s rapping, producing, performing, teaching kids to beatbox or working his former job as a youth counselor, it’s clear he was born to do two things: instruct and entertain. Musicians, dancers, DJs, poets and television hosts who have worked with Carnage recognize his dedication to his craft and would confirm that he doesn’t disappoint. Ask emcees about Carnage’s skill level and you’ll find out that the phrase, “he’s your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper” actually fits.
A music fan since childhood, Carnage has filled his memory bank with thousands of references from all genres to draw from. Carnage’s start as a human beat boxer has taken on a life of its own. He now uses technology like looping and effects pedals commonly used by guitarists. He enhances the experience of a live Hip-Hop show by providing his audiences the opportunity to hear original Carnage material, as well as unique improvisations and spot-on recreations of popular songs. Carnage uses this same musical knowledge and technology to create custom, studio human beat box tracks. His audio vision via mouth music can be heard on albums by Hip-Hop heavyweights Aesop Rock and R.A. The Rugged Man.
Carnage is a self-trained songwriter who’s skilled enough to compose a heart-felt story as easily as he can craft an intricate battle rap. Carnage gained national fame from his past guest appearances with Eyedea & Abilities. It’s his own original songs, however, that allow his fans to connect with him the most. Songs like Addict, Save My People and The MTW Story give fans a glimpse into the real-life experiences of Carnage the human being.
Always moving forward, Carnage continues to expand his art and build the Hecatomb crew – a slew of like-minded artists who share his passion to create honest, raw Hip-Hop music. A student and fan in his humble beginnings, Carnage stays true to the culture that both helped to change and save his life.
On this night, The Art-Hop Collective and Carnage The Executioner will come together at the renowned Blue Opus to create a one-of-a-kind experience for all in attendance. Sight, sound, taste, and smell will be delighted. Don’t miss this opportunity for a musical and artistic experience you won’t find anywhere else.
Special food and drink menu will be available for this event.
Paintings and pottery by selected artists 20% off.
Pedestals, display items, stained glass panels, free scrap glass (bring a small box or bag)…. and much much more.
Remember Shrinky Dinks? Well, Stephanie Harvey is far too young to remember them too, of course (way before her time ), but she does love them and has a passion for sharing arts in the community. Stephanie has been enjoying creating all sorts of tiny wall art, key chains, earrings, pins, wine charm and more with the amazing Grafix shrink plastic! During this fun Drink and Shrink Night at McFleshmans, Stephanie will give you some tips and tricks on how to make the coolest, tiniest things to gift or keep for yourself! You will go home with hand outs, at least three completed projects and leftover material to continue creating even after the workshop. You will also enjoy three five ounce pours of McFleshman’s delish beers with your $40 workshop fee, so you can sample.
Do you claim to have no artistic talent? No problem! Stephanie will also provide some royalty free clip art and other fun ways to create cool things to trace and modify! Attendees are also welcome to bring their own drawings, pictures, clip art and other imagery.
Advanced Registration required, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org for direct link payment options (Venmo and Paypal)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Egg Harbor)—May 30, 2019—Richeson School of Art & Gallery and the Village of Egg Harbor’s Public Arts Initiative are excited to announce a joint effort to present the exhibition “A Lifetime of Art,” which celebrates a retrospective of artwork collected by Jack Richeson. The exhibit will open with a free and open to the public reception on Thursday, May 30, from 5PM to 7PM. The artwork on display is on loan to the Donald & Carol Kress Pavilion from Jack Richeson’s private collection.
The exhibit is entitled “A Lifetime of Art.” Jack Richeson has been and continues to be an avid collector of artwork for the past 60 years, and is dedicated to furthering awareness and appreciation for original art and the artists that create it. Jack and the rest of the Richeson family have collected over 500 original pieces of art and continue to add to the collection. “If a piece of art speaks to your heart, it will enrich your environment and your life,” is a tenet of both the Richeson family and the Jack Richeson Co.
This exhibition will remain on display until Fall 2019 and represents pieces from the Richeson collection and includes watercolor, oil, casein and pastel paintings. It is the hope of Richeson School of Art & Gallery that Door County residents and visitors share in the pleasure Jack has found collecting the works of contemporary artists. Artists featured in this exhibit include: Zoltan Szabo, Stephen Quiller, Frank Francese, Ramone Kelly, Buffalo Kaplinski, James Gurney, Chris VanWinkle and Roger Bassemer.
Day 1, Thursday, June 20:
The Paine Art Center and Gardens check-in and stamping from 9 AM -12 Noon.
Fox River Brewing Co. 5 PM – 8 PM.
Day 2, Friday, June 21:
Sunrise Paint at The Waters, 6 AM – 10 AM.
Afternoon: EAA Experimental Aircraft Association grounds.
Day 3, Saturday, June 22:
Oshkosh Farmers Market, late check-in and stamping from 7 AM – 12:30 PM.
Day 4, Sunday, June 23:
Patrons Sale and Reception will be at The Waters, 10 AM – 1:00 PM. $20 Admission Tickets Online
Plans keep developing. Check back for more details!
2019 Sponsorship Information & Donation Form
Donations will be used for advertising, awards, food vouchers for artists and/or as needed for the event.
With a donation of $50 or more you will receive 2 FREE tickets to the ARTIST RECEPTION and ART SALE on June 23
The 45th Annual Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass Arts Festival will be held on Sunday, July 21st, 2019 from 10am until 4pm at scenic Riverside Park in Neenah. The Arts Festival is a much loved Fox Valley tradition where friends and family gather, shop and relax all in support of the Arts in their community.
The juried festival features fine arts and crafts from artist across the region in a variety of media. It attracts approximately 5,000 patrons each year and features great food, children’s activities and a beer garden with live bands on the lakeside lawn of the museum.
Proceeds from the event support educational programming at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass.
Sit back with a glass in the beer garden on the lawn of Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass and enjoy live music by Mile of Music artists. WI Craft beers, wine, draft root beer, and BBQ will be for sale. Bring your own blanket or chairs.
NO COVER CHARGE
All proceeds from food and beverage sales support programming and free general admission for everyone, always at the museum.
Schedule · Sunday, July 21, 2019
12:00 PM – 12:45 PM
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
2:15 PM – 3:00 PM
David Paul Martin
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM
4:30 PM – 5:45 PM
Women Who Run with Scissors fiber arts group of Northeastern Wisconsin bring their unique style of textile artistry to the Neville Public Museum. The colorful and imaginative works by 14 artists represent some of the most innovative design techniques in the medium of fiber arts. This exhibition will be paired with sewing-related artifacts from the museum’s permanent collection.
“Palette: a Menu of Artistic Expression”, is a show of approximately 50 pieces in a variety of media and styles, from representational to abstract, using pastel and mixed media, as well as Reverse Plexiglass Monoprints.
It opens November 12 and runs through December 31. The opening reception is this Friday, November 15, from 5-7 PM, at the Hangup Gallery of Fine Art in Neenah. It will also feature live music by St. Paul musician Ingrid Dirtzu and a wine tasting provided by Maher Winery, a local boutique winery.
Hip-Hop show featuring live painting, on-the-scene beat production, and skilled lyricists showcasing their craft. Show starts at 7 PM prompt!
$5 Entry Before 8 PM | $10 Entry After 8 PM
(Under 21 welcome with parental guardian)
Carnage The Executioner
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Richeson Gallery is proud to present the 2020 Richeson75 Small Works International Exhibition. Bring your magnifying glass to this one because you do not want to miss the exquisite detail packed into these little gems! The international artworks juried into this competition are all less than 144 square inches in size. From tiny portraits to tiny landscapes and everything in between, each piece has something to catch your attention.
Cedarburg’s BEST juried art fair! 8th annual Art in the Burg.
Enjoy shopping the displays of 80 artists. Bid on silent auction items donated by the artists (you need not be present to win). Children can create at the Cedarburg Art Museum Fun Table! Food and refreshments are available. Free parking. All funds raised benefit the Cedarburg High School Fine Arts Boosters (FAB) to support our Fine Arts programs.