Gypsy Trip: Live Recording Session

Date: 4/26/18
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018, 6:30pm
Location: Fort Howard Hall, Weidner Center for the Performing Arts

Description: Local favorites Gypsy Trip will bring their eclectic blend of gypsy jazz, pop influences and original compositions back to Fort Howard Hall – with a twist! Come witness the live recording of the band’s second album, a follow-up to 2015’s Alt-Nostalgia.

Anderson & Roe Piano Duo

Date: 4/7/18
Date: April 7, 7:30 pm
Location: Ashwaubenon PAC

Description: Dynamic duo! Praised as “the gold standard,” these red-hot Juilliard alumni had their October 2016 recital at the National Gallery rated spectacular by the esteemed Washington Post: “(Greg) Anderson and (Elizabeth) Roe are the very model of complete 21st-century musicians. They fuse classical and pop music into a blend of high artistry and skillful entertainment… They are crack pianists…” Venue change: For the Anderson & Roe concert, they'll sample an evening of music at the gleaming new Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center at 2391 S. Ridge Road, Ashwaubenon, WI.

Farmers Market on Broadway

Date: 5/31/17-9/27/17
Date: Wednesdays, 3:00 pm
Location: Broadway District

Milwuakee Symphony Orchestra

Date: 5/5/18
Date: May 5, 7:30 pm
Location: Ralph Holter Auditorium, Green Bay West High School

Description: Professional symphony orchestra! For more than a decade, Civic Music has proudly closed its season with the brilliance and power of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, a Wisconsin cultural treasure and one of this nation’s finest orchestras. Celebrating the traditional and contemporary in always-crowd-pleasing programs, the full-time professionals of the MSO bring the full measure of symphonic beauty to the Green Bay stage.

Lunch with Morty

Date: 6/1/17 - 10/5/17
Date: First Thursday of the month through October
Location: Main Street Commons

Description: Enjoy Lunch with Morty all summer long! Visit the Main Street Commons on the first Thursday of each month from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm this summer and choose from a variety of food trucks. Bring your friends, family and coworkers for a fun lunch with a great view of the famous Olde Main Street mural, Morty the Moose.

Neon: Darkness Electrified

Date: 7/31/17-1/7/18
Date: Through January 7, 2018
Location: Neville Public Museum

Description: Neon: Darkness Electrified will feature over 30 rare neon signs from the personal collection of Jed Schleisner of Greenville. Schleisner is one of the last working neon sign artisans in the NE Wisconsin region. The exhibit will also feature the science and technology behind the signs, as well as the history behind the advertising technique.

Estamos Aquí: Celebrating Latino Identity in Northeast Wisconsin

Date: 7/31/17-4/1/18
Date: Through April 1, 2018
Location: Neville Public Museum

Description: Estamos Aquí features personal stories and artifacts from many Latino families living in Northeast Wisconsin. This bilingual exhibit celebrates the diverse cultures and traditions that have endured emigration from across Latin America. Estamos Aquí cuenta con historias personales y artefactos de muchas familias latinas que viven en el Noreste de Wisconsin. Esta exposición bilingüe celebra las diversas culturas y tradiciones que han soportado la emigración a través de América Latina.

RAWM Members & Manitowoc Area Artists Exhibit

Date: 8/27/17-9/17/17
Date: August 27 - September 17
Location: Rahr-West Art Museum

Description: This annual event gives local artists and Rahr-West Art Museum Membership the opportunity to showcase their artistic talents. The exhibit is open to all medias from beading to photography, watercolor to ceramics and woodcarving to oil painting. It offers a chance to not only see art, but support the local artists in the community!

Art Faculty Triennial Exhibition

Date: 8/28/17 - 9/22/17
Date: Through September 22, 2017
Location: Bush Art Center, St. Norbert College

Letterpress Legacy: Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum

Date: 9/1/17 - 9/30/17
Date: September 1 - 30
Location: The ARTgarage

Description: The Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum in Two Rivers, Wisconsin is now in its 18th year as a working museum. It is the only museum dedicated to the preservation, study, production, and printing of wood type. At 45,000 square feet it is one of the largest fully functional workshops in the world. Designers, typographers, and artists have the opportunity to create work with the museum’s materials that help preserve the collections, keep the art and craft of letterpress printing alive, and push the boundaries of letterpress today. This exhibition is a small sample of the quantity and quality of work produced at the museum by staff and visiting artists. It includes a variety of works including typographic specimens, restrikes of advertising blocks, and newly created works of art and design.