Description: Let me be Frank Productions writes and performs original comedy musicals, written about the history of the community. They perform 102 dates a year at the historic Meyer Theatre. Let me be Franks features the best of the best performers in the area. Winner of Best of the Bay four years straight you will not be dissapionted. Get your laugh on with Franks.
Let's Make Music: Music Together
Description: Weekly music classes for parents and their young children using the Music Together curriculum. Classes meet once a week for 45 minutes for 10 week semesters. Activities include singing, rhythm, instrument playing and large and small motor movement and promote developmental skills that are crucial to early childhood.
Description: The Meyer Theatre has been one of the premiere venues for famous performers and many other events in Green Bay since 1930. The theatre is an eclectic blend of colors and styles that can best be defined as Spanish Atmospheric. Heavily textured plaster, decorative columns with gold leaf, intricate painted designs and statues adorn the building. A must see for any arts lover!
Description: Mosaic Arts Green Bay supports and promotes the work of artists and cultural organizations throughout the greater Green Bay area. Through efforts of connecting artists with audiences, encouraging participation in the arts, introducing the community to art experiences, fostering arts education, and inspiring a vibrant arts environment, we will enhance the quality of life.
Description: Providing Northeast Wisconsin with diverse opportunities for the creation and enjoyment of music at a high level.
Description: The National Endowment for the Arts was established by Congress in 1965 as an independent agency of the federal government. To date, the NEA has awarded more than $4 billion to support artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation for the benefit of individuals and communities. The NEA extends its work through partnerships with state arts agencies, local leaders, other federal agencies, and the philanthropic sector.
Description: Explore America's railroad heritage. Sit in the cab of the Union Pacific Big Boy, the world's largest steam locomotive. Examine the future of railroading in the sleek 1955 General Motors Aerotrain. Enjoy a train ride around the Museum grounds. Open Monday-Saturday 9 A.M.-5 P.M.; Sunday 11 A.M.-5 P.M.
Description: The Neville Public Museum of Brown County preserves and interprets the history and culture of the region by studying and displaying objects of art, history, and science. The museum is dedicated to expanding knowledge, encouraging critical thinking, and inspiring creativity in order to make a positive difference in the community.
Description: The Forum was founded in 1972. We meet once a month for camaraderie, information sharing, and educational programs. Our members are a diverse group of independent piano teachers dedicated to providing quality music instruction, along with performance and competition opportunities.
Description: Northeastern Wisconsin Dance Organization was created in 1973 in response to community interest to support dance in Northeast Wisconsin. We work collaboratively to provide dance performance opportunities to local aspiring dancers and students in local venues.
Description: The NWTC Artisan & Business Center, located in downtown Green BayÃ¢Â€Â™s Arts District, is an entrepreneurial initiative dedicated to offering classes, workshops and seminars in various disciplines. Under the NEW VIEW, the Artisan & Business Center is focused on serving the community by providing art-based projects.
Description: Olde Main Street is a Business Improvement District working to revitalize Downtown Green Bay through activation, business development and beautification. Olde Main Street focuses on revitalization through the arts and is quickly becoming Green Bay's arts district.
Description: The Oneida Nation Arts Program (ONAP) is the only Native American tribal arts agency in the country, located in Oneida, Wisconsin. ONAP is part of a movement to rebuild the community's spirit, to heal and rejuvenate the creative voice in the community, and to share their unique forms of expressions with others. Through a holistic process, the arts are used to restore the human dignity, vitality, and economy of the local community.
Description: The mission of the Oneida Nation Museum is to provide education about the Oneida and Iroquois culture, history, and nationhood. This is accomplished by developing, preserving, and expanding resources and collections, and by providing exhibits and other educational programming. The Museum also displays and promotes Iroquois artwork. The Oneida Nation Museum shall provide a unique and enlightening experience that can be interpreted to all ages for the next seven generations.
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.
Categories: Art Classes
Description: At Shirley Vanâ€™s the students welfare is our first priority. Our goal is to provide each student with the best possible dance training, keeping our time with them enjoyable, while including proper technique and challenging material. We help them develop self-esteem, self-confidence, self-discipline, and love for the arts. Our students do not just learn choreography for a dance, they learn the technique for becoming a dancer, whether itâ€™s just for fun or for a professional career.
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.
Categories: Art Classes
Description: The mission of the St. Norbert College Music Dept. is the preparation of students for careers in teaching, performance and related music professions. All students have an opportunity to enrich their musical understanding & sensitivity through courses in music appreciation, theory, history and music performance. Our curriculum exposes students to music of different eras, religious beliefs and cultures with the purpose of developing understanding and a lifelong appreciation of the musical arts.
Description: The St. Norbert College theatre program embraces a liberal arts education challenging students intellectually, spiritually and personally. To that end we strive to foster an environment of artistic expression engaging and inspiring the student body while creating experiences that provide the opportunity to both provoke and enrich the entire community.
Description: The Suzuki Music Academy is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of Suzuki music education. Their affiliated instructors offer private lessons, while their parent organization work to provide performance opportunities, instrument rental programs, and scholarship funds for their member families. They work to provide a community to nurture young musical talent.