Description: Each spring, the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent in the nation and in each congressional district. Since the Artistic Discovery competition began in 1982, more than 650,000 high school students have participated. Students submit entries to their representative’s office, and panels of district artists select the winning entries. Winners are recognized both in their district and at an annual awards ceremony in Washington, DC. The winning works are displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol.
Description: The first of a two-part exhibition of UWGB seniors' artwork created for this showcase of their work and learning in art and design. Participating artists will be announced at uwgb.edu/lawton.
Description: Senior Art Exhibition
Description: Landscapes are the scenes and backdrops to our human experience. In this class they will focus on the beauty of the land and learn to translate that into an oil painting. The seemingly daunting task of working with oils will be broken down to an easy process that we can then use to create realistic landscapes of your own. This class will teach painting of the landscape in manner that will produce a life like scene. Students will learn the essentials to go forward painting landscapes with great confidence.
Description: Rags, Rootbeer & Rock N' Roll. Sponsored by Bellevue Family Dentistry.
Description: Our Brown County is a celebration of 200 years of history focusing on the stories that make Brown County the place we choose to live, work, and play. Explore these stories through 50 artifacts, 50 photographs, 50 people, and 50 places that demonstrate the complex, diverse, and rich history of Brown County. Brown County was established in 1818, becoming the first boundary lines west of the Great Lakes- that’s 30 years before Wisconsin became a state! Over the past two centuries, the residents of Brown County have left their unique mark on the landscape of Northeastern Wisconsin.
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.
Description: Performing songs from Pink Floyd’s best-loved and biggest selling albums, The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall and The Division Bell plus much much more! Having sold in excess of 45 million copies and judged by many as the greatest rock album of all time, The Dark Side of the Moon was an ambitious psychedelic masterpiece that redefined rock itself and propelled Pink Floyd and its members to rock immortality.
Description: Art exhibits have been a significant part of the Neville Public Museum's history since its beginning in 1915. In 1942, museum director, Earl Wright, initiated this juried art competition. Since that time, the Art Annual has become an important bridge between the artistic communities of Northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This year is the 72nd juried exhibition, which continues to connect generations through the arts here at the Neville Public Museum. The Art Annual is open to anyone 18 or older that currently lives and produces art in the 24 counties of northeastern Wisconsin and the 14 counties of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (see entry form for specific counties).
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.