Door County Represented at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

Two Door County artists are currently featured in the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s 2016 Wisconsin Triennial. Suzanne Rose, of Forestville, and James Cagle, of Sturgeon Bay, are the featured artists, who both had their photography accepted.

Featuring new artwork by Wisconsin-based artists, this is a major exhibition that reflects contemporary themes, styles and mediums of established and emerging artists.

Rose and Cagle showcase Door County’s talent, sharing their art with Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s many visitors. During the opening reception alone, more than 1,200 people made their way through the exhibition, putting the Triennial on track to be the museum’s most successful exhibition of the year.

Artists accepted into the exhibition faced strong competition as more than 600 artists applied, while 34 individual artists and three pairs of artists were given a place in the show.

For Door County residents who visit the Wisconsin Triennial, they will find a spectrum of contemporary Wisconsin art with variation in theme and medium, offering something for everyone. The exhibit is up from now through Jan. 8, 2017. For more information visit

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