Description: Evergreen Quilters Guild, Green Bay, WI is an organization founded in 1982. It is open to anyone interested in quilts or quilting. We meet once a month on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, in the basement of the Grace Lutheran Church, 321 S. Madison St., Green Bay,WI. There is a day meeting that starts at 12:30 p.m. and an evening meeting that starts at 6:30 pm.
Description: To provide a positive and inclusive environment where people who have an interest in fiber arts may connect, share, learn and encourage each other. Contact (920) 869-3430 for more information or to join!
Description: The Green Bay Film Festival is an event presented by Film Green Bay, a 501(c)(3) corporation, which opened its first film festival in 2011. Celebrating its 6th year, the Festival expands to include their â€œFestival Around Townâ€ with Independent films being show at multiple locations prior to and after the festival weekend extravaganza. Showing many genreâ€™s of films, this festival also includes talk backs, seminars, awards and parties, all in typical Midwest fashion.
Description: At Forever Dance Company, dancers can express themselves, learn proper technique and most importantly, have FUN. Dancers are encouraged to put their own twist to their movements and tell their story through their dance. The family atmosphere creates a comfortable setting for all dancers to develop themselves as young artists and people. Our students establish a love for dance, build their personality and character and develop relationships and friendships that will last forever.
Description: Green Bay is famous for football, but it's all the hidden treasures that make Greater Green Bay a special place to visit. The Green Bay CVB invites you to see it all, do a little treasure hunting, and enjoy the football, too!
Description: The Green Bay Art Colony is known not only for it's numerous exhibits, but is also recognized for it's community contribution to the arts. The group has brought many well known artists to the area for lectures and demonstrations. The museum, library, and local hospitals have been the benefactors of their gifts of money and artwork. Young artists have been the recipients of their scholarships, and the whole community is richer for their long commitment to the visual arts.
Description: Whether you are a beginner or an expert, or just someone who loves art, Arts Unlimited is for you. Join us at our monthly meeting, the 2nd Tuesday of each month from September through May. You will see demonstrations of every type of media, hear about upcoming art events and classes in the area, have the opportunity to share your own work with colleagues, get new ideas and discover ways to solve problems that you might be wrestling with.
Description: Green Bay Botanical Garden opened in 1996 and sits on 47 lush acres. The organization cultivates an appreciation for the enduring relationship between plants and people. They serve people of all ages by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences within an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.
Description: The Green Bay Boy Choir and Girl Choir is a music performance and education program for boys and girls ages 7-18 emphasizing the development of music skills and understanding. Our mission is to provide quality music instruction with the goal of attaining the highest level of artistic excellence in choral music performance.
Description: The Green Bay City Band provides free themed concerts on Wednesdays in downtown Green Bay throughout the summer. All concerts 7:30pm at St. James Park unless otherwise indicated Rain dates for Wednesday concerts are the following Thursday.
Description: In it's 75th season, performing comedies, dramas, and musicals, GBCT offers something for everyone! Performing 4 plays from September to April at the historic Robert Lee Brault Playhouse in downtown Green Bay, GBCT offers the community unique opportunities to participate in the arts in an intimate setting at a reasonable cost.
Description: The Green Bay Film Society is a non-profit community group dedicated to bringing international and independent films to N.E. Wisconsin and to engaging in discussion of film. The Film Society, in conjunction with the Neville Public Museum of Brown County, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, and St. Norbert College, sponsors the Green Bay International Film Series.
Description: As a nonprofit theatre venture, the Green Bay Theatre Company will create dynamic and educational opportunity in Northeastern Wisconsin. Connecting the talents of the area's stage and performance communities as well other artistic individuals and organizations with those of underserved groups in a collaborative manner. To produce the highest quality theatre experience
Description: Heritage Hill is a living history museum devoted to the preservation of its buildings and artifacts and the interpretation of the history of Northeast Wisconsin and its people. Our purpose is to provide an educational experience that encourages visitor awareness, understanding and appreciation of the history of the region.
Description: High quality fine art reproduction and photography printing services. We utilize state-of-the-art digital equipment to create the sharp, high resolution files needed to make giclees and prints. It takes an artist to know how to produce quality color reproductions with this technology. Check the website to receive info and paper samples.
Description: Welcome to Instrumental Music Company in Green Bay, WI. Whether you are a beginner or a proâ€¦and youâ€™re looking for rentals, lessons, repairs, instruments, guitars, keyboards, percussion, pro audio, print music, or accessoriesâ€¦our goal is to be your primary music source. We offer you expertise in the music industry and a commitment to serving you, our customer. We are dedicated to bringing music educators, students, and performers the best instruments and uncompromising levels of service. Please
Description: Under the direction of renowned artist Craig Blietz, 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.
Description: Let the Knights on Broadway treat you to a memorable evening! You won't find many events as satisfying as a performance from St. Norbert College's Knights on Broadway. Whether they're performing Broadway's biggest hits or captivating you with holiday favorites, this highly talented, high-energy troupe of student singers delivers memorable performances in an intimate setting.
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.
Categories: Art Classes
Description: The Lawton Gallery is a 1700 sq. foot gallery located in the Theatre Arts Building in the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus. Open during the Spring and Fall semesters the Lawton presents seven exhibitions a year. Intended to complement and augment the academic programs of the university, the gallery showcases the work of students and faculty as well as regional, national and international artists.