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  • Ginnie Cappaert Show in Santa Fe

    Ginnie Cappaert is preparing for her second solo show in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at Globe Fine Art. She owns a studio/gallery in Door County and maintains another studio in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Edgewood Orchard Galleries and Cappaert Contemporary Gallery show her work locally, and she is represented in seven galleries across the country. She […]

  • Middle Eastern Immigration Talk

    The Miller Art Museum (MAM) will present a free exhibition talk by David Coury as part of its Second Thursday educational program. The talk, “East Meets West: Causes and Consequences of Middle Eastern Immigration,” is being presented in conjunction with the museum’s current exhibition, Mitli Mitlak (Like You, Like Me), which features work by artists from […]

  • Connecting to the Refugee Experience

    Lebanese performance artist brings project to Sturgeon Bay It can be easy to feel cut off from the wider world in Door County. The geography of a peninsula equates to some degree of isolation. By car, there are only three ways people can leave the peninsula. Sure, we can feel in touch with the world […]

  • The Clearing’s Annual Exhibit of Winter Student Work

    The Clearing’s Winter Program Annual Student Exhibit will take place March 2 and 3, 10 am – 4 pm, at The Clearing’s Jens Jensen Visitor Center, 12171 Garrett Bay Road in Ellison Bay. The exhibit of original works and class displays highlighting art, fine crafts, nature studies and other projects is the culmination of a wonderful […]

  • Hope Art Alcoves Showcases Art of Beverly Hart Branson

    The works of mixed-media artist Beverly Hart Branson are being featured at the Art Alcoves gallery of Hope United Church of Christ in Sturgeon Bay through March 11. Branson, a lifetime artist who feels that her creations are constantly evolving, works in watercolor, ink, acrylic, oil and pencil. She enjoys plein air painting and creating […]

  • Mary White Featured in ‘Art Show 2’ at Plum Bottom

    Plum Bottom Pottery and Gallery’s Art Show 2 will showcase the work of Mary White on March 2, 10 am – 4 pm. She will be on hand all day to discuss her newest collection and will demonstrate her unique painting technique 11 am – 2 pm. Working in acrylic, White captures the feeling of the Door […]

  • Photography of Dennis Connolly on Display in TAP Lobby Gallery

    Dennis Connolly’s photos of refugees from Central America, Vietnam and Cambodia will be on exhibit March 1-3 to complement Third Avenue Playhouse’s performances of Right To Live. The Door County photographer wrote in his artist statement: “Famine and wars, with the accompanying factors of oppression, persecution, starvation and lack of opportunity have forced people to […]

  • James May Gallery Presents ‘Rupture’ Group Show

    James May Gallery will display Rupture Feb. 28 – April 27. The exhibit focuses on combining two- and three-dimensional ceramics and how such work ruptures conventional notions of order through an elemental approach to form and surface. Featured artists are Samuel Johnson, James LaChance and Ani Kasten. The opening reception will be March 1, 5:30-8 […]

  • Sandra Martinez Exhibits New Works at St. Norbert College

    Sandra Martinez is presenting an exhibition of new works, Between the Lines: Sandra Martinez, at the Bush Art Center Galleries in the Baer Gallery at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Feb. 25 to March 29. The gallery will close March 16-24 for spring break. An opening reception will be held Feb. 28, 5-7 pm, […]

  • Middle Eastern War-Refugee Stories

    The Miller Art Museum will open its new exhibition, Mitli Mitlak (Like You, Like Me), on March 2. On display until April 15, it will feature the work of visual artists of Arabic descent from the Middle East and North Africa. The contemporary works include painting, photography and drawing, all telling stories of refuge, displacement, […]

  • Fire & Ice Festival Carving-Competition Results

    Volunteer ice carvers braved the chilly elements on Feb. 16 to participate in Sturgeon Bay’s Fire & Ice Festival ice-carving competition. Carvers began chipping, sawing and molding ice blocks throughout the city at 9 am. Unique and original sculptures were formed out of 300-pound ice blocks. The ice carvers competed for cash prizes and the […]

  • STEAM Mystery Bags

    After a successful inaugural year, the March STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) mystery-bag program is returning to the Baileys Harbor Library. Available for pickup starting March 1 and throughout the month, the bags provide hands-on learning and engineering fun. Those who complete the project by month’s end will receive a certificate and have […]

  • Rubber-Stamping Weekend

    Door County Rubber Stamps presents its spring 2019 Art Extravaganza Weekend April 5-7 at Bridgeport Waterfront Resort in Sturgeon Bay. A welcome with continental breakfast will launch the event on April 5, 9-10 am, followed by all-new, custom classes, 10 am – 9:30 pm, taught by Sarah Justison of The Paper Cut in Appleton. Most […]

  • Remembering Rosemary Utzinger

    Door County oil painter died Jan. 28 Having a thriving arts scene is something many Door County residents and visitors can take for granted today. But having something that can be taken for granted is thanks to many artists who laid a foundation for future artists to grow. Rosemary Utzinger was one of these artists. […]

  • Hope Art Alcoves Showcases Works by Beverly Hart Branson

    The Art Alcoves gallery of Sturgeon Bay’s Hope United Church of Christ will feature works by mixed-media artist Beverly Hart Branson Feb. 6 – March 11. The lifetime artist works in watercolor, ink, acrylic, oil and pencil. She enjoys plein air painting and creating imaginative, fanciful birds, creatures, flowers and scenes on paper, fabric and […]

  • James May Seeks Artists for ‘Art of Water III’

    James May Gallery is seeking works in all media to include in an exhibit focusing on water at James May Gallery and the newly renovated James May North. Work may be about serious topics such as water conservation and protection, but it may also be about water’s simple beauty. Any medium is welcome, but all […]

  • Polka Dots at Family Art Day

    For this month’s Family Art Day on Feb. 16, the Peninsula School of Art is taking inspiration from the “queen of polka dots,” Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Enjoy a reading of the book Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity!; pose in a funky, dot-filled photo booth with lots of polka-dot accessories; and create paintings inspired […]

  • UU Gallery’s ‘PROTEST!’

    The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County’s (UUFDC) Social Justice Committee is presenting an exhibit of posters, photos, memorabilia, crafts and poems reflecting how our right to protest promotes deeply held UU principles of equity, justice and the inherent worth and dignity of every person. PROTEST! Bearing Witness, Seeking Justice addresses issues such as immigration, […]

  • Pairings of Love

    Artwork-lyric pairings from Love On Holiday Love in all its forms took center stage Feb. 8 and 9 during the Love On Holiday concerts at Third Avenue Playhouse. More than 30 songwriters/musicians came together at the Holiday Music Motel over the course of a week to collaborate and create original songs inspired by the work […]

  • Door County Reads Events

    All events are free and open to the public. Friday, Feb. 8• Writing Workshop: Food Traditions, 1-4 pmWrite On, Door County, 4177 Juddville Road, Fish CreekThis workshop, led by Kathleen Ernst, will help participants recall, record and celebrate food traditions from their family or community. It will include several writing activities designed to help capture […]