The Miller Art Museum, 107 S. 4th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, is presenting Home Grown: a six-foot-wide public-art project that’s a grassroots response to the cancellation of summer youth programming during the pandemic. It was created in collaboration with Jodi Rose Studio and other partners, and it’s on display through May 29, along with the exhibit Mike & Schomer: Cows, Color and Camaraderie.
Home Grown evolved through a consortium of local mental-health providers. Under the guidance of an art therapist, mental-health and human-services professionals, and a professional artist preparator, youth participants experienced a collaborative design process.
The museum is also offering its Second Thursday program May 13, 3 pm, when the Jodi Rose Studio will present Scribble Draw!, a virtual workshop focusing on fostering inherent creativity.
To receive more details about the exhibits or the Second Thursday program, call 920.746.0707 or visit millerartmuseum.org.