Description: Sixty-five exquisite miniature paintings by Wes and Rachelle Siegrist will be featured in an unprecedented national traveling museum exhibition. The exhibition includes portraits, landscapes, wildlife and still-life’s. The paintings are not small. They are tiny. The paintings measure less than nine square inches and appear even more detailed when viewed under a magnifying glass.
Description: In 1915, nine women began working together in a group known as the Green Bay Art Club (it turned into the Green Bay Art Colony in 1928). During the same year, the group organized its first exhibition in the basement of the former Green Bay Public Library. This year’s exhibition pays tribute to the vast Neville Public Museum collection from which the artists garnered inspiration. Artists chose artifacts and photos from the Neville’s collection to inspire their pieces. Pieces chosen as inspiration will be on display with the artwork. Today, the Green Bay Art Colony is an active organization of artists from the area. It includes many professional artists with significant reputations as well as talented emerging artists.
Description: Oliver Ressler: Catastrophe Bonds is a multi-site survey exhibition of the work of Austrian artist Oliver Ressler that focuses on forms of grassroots democracy, economic and political alternatives to the existing state of global affairs, activism around climate change, and issues relating to the European migration crisis. This exhibition is a partnership between the University of Wisconsin Green Bay and St. Norbert College.
Description: The Youth Summer Art Workshops are open to ages 6 through 18. It is a perfect place for young artists to develop visual artistic skill including drawing, painting, mixed media, clay, jewelry, mosaics, and more! New this year, are workshops in the performing arts for 9-14 year olds and visual and performing arts for 15-18 year olds. These classes will help develop public speaking, performance, interpersonal communication, and comedy skills. The performing and visual arts are NOT listed on the brochure and are only available online. Basic information about the classes: -Workshops are held Monday through Friday for 1 week -Morning classes run from 9:00am-12:00pm -Afternoon classes run from 1:00pm-4:00pm
Description: Live woodworking demos, learn from woodworkers on "how to do it", improve your skills, find new project ideas and more!
Description: ART for ALL—an exhibition featuring the works of Artisan and Business Center at NWTC students and instructors. This exhibition is an opportunity to share the artwork of local artisans who are dedicated to their craft and contribute to the continued growth of the arts community in Green Bay and the surround area.
Description: The St. Patrick's Day Musical Celebration will highlight the exuberant and folk-inspired St. Patrick's Mass, along with other sacred and traditional Irish choral music.
Description: Dreams, Drama & Dancing. Sponsored by Schroeder's Flowers
Description: Please join the opening reception of ART for ALL—an exhibition featuring the works of Artisan and Business Center at NWTC students and instructors. This exhibition is an opportunity to share the artwork of local artisans who are dedicated to their craft and contribute to the continued growth of the arts community in Green Bay and the surround area. Opening remarks begin at 5:30 p.m. Guest speakers include: Bob Matthews, CFO of NWTC; Keith Carter, Ceramics Instructor; Aaron Reimers, Art Metals Instructor; and Gena Selby, Printmaking Instructor. Light refreshments will be served.
Description: On Arts Day, hundreds of arts, organization, business, political, governmental and civic leaders will come together to speak up for artistic opportunities, creative expression and civic engagement. Arts Day is a great opportunity to show the power, benefit and impact of the arts in every corner of Wisconsin. Now is the time to speak up for the arts and creativity and time for the state to invest in the arts to grow economic vitality, education for the 21st century, healthy, vibrant, communities, and engaged residents.