Description: The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is a 102,000 square foot family support, education, recreation, and cultural arts center, made possible through the overwhelming generosity of many local donors and a substantial gift from the late philanthropist Mrs. Joan Kroc. The facility is open to members and the general public and serves residents of Northeast Wisconsin with a variety of quality programs for individuals of all ages.
Description: We are a hands-on art studio offering a variety of creative experiences. Drop by anytime during our business hours to begin a project at your own pace. Pottery painting, mosaic, glass fussing, and beading projects are all available for you to create on a walk-in basis. Looking to advance your skills? Attend one of our many workshops offered throughout the month. Our staff look forward meeting you and providing any assistance you desire on your project.
Description: A St. Norbert College education is enhanced by a program of art historical studies and studio art courses that allow the student a variety of opportunities and means to visualize and give form to matters of personal and communal questions, discoveries and beliefs.
Description: Swanstone Gardens is a classroom facility in a nature setting specializing in stepping stones, mosaics, basketmaking, willow projects, jewelry, soapmaking, glass on glass, cooking classes, retreats and team building projects. We also sponsor one day garden trips. Always up to something fun!
Description: The Academy features an intensive curriculum devoted to drawing and painting. In preparation for careers as practicing professional artists, the students are taught the classical techniques and methods introduced and perfected by the Masters. Recognized for its dedication to the highest standards and techniques, the Academyâ€™s curriculum fosters a spirit of creativity grounded in discipline.Year round programs include an academic year-based academy, as well as summer intensives and workshops.
Description: The ARTgarage is a unique space to discover and explore the arts! Housed in a historic building in the Olde Main Street District, they feature artist exhibits, classes, performances and many special events, all geared to celebrate the arts in the community. Their mission is to encourage an appreciation for and participation in the visual, performing and literary arts.
Description: The Art Discipline at UW-Green Bay embraces the many possible forms and functions of art. We strive to create an environment that encourages students to take risks and experiment with subject matter, concept, process, and creative outcome. The Art program exemplifies the essential interdisciplinary focus of our campus by encouraging reciprocal influence of studio areas and learning experiences through a language of seeing, thinking, and making.