Sunday, January 29, 2012

Art Show Opportunity. Thanks Sharon

Dear Artist, Upstream People Gallery http://www.upstreampeoplegallery.com 5607 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68106-1257 U.S.A. is pleased to announce the “14th Annual FACES Juried Online International Exhibition” March 1, 2012 - February 28, 2013 Your Eligibility: Open to all artists worldwide whose artwork is involved with the subject matter of faces of all kinds. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional works including but not limited to ceramics, sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, prints and mixed media in all creative processes and forms. (12 month’s show for greater sales and exposure; artists may exhibit and sell in other venues at the same time)   to apply send your application by February 8, 2012 postmark for early discount OR February 24, 2012 for final deadline      Cash Awards of Excellence, Special Recognitions and Press Releases sent to specially recognized artists’ newspaper(s). Exhibition Press Release sent worldwide via our special international Press Release service. Recognized artists will be included in the Juror's Statement published worldwide online with the exhibition.   NOTE: Many artists have had articles written in their newspaper(s) as a result of their work and our publicity campaign.  The gallery enjoys a phenomenal global viewership with up to 800,000 views per month! Entry notifications sent soon after receipt of entry.    Questions: shows@upstreampeoplegallery.com You may download the prospectus by clicking on our secure link: http://www.upstreampeoplegallery.com/schedule/prospectus.asp?XD=3/1/2012     ARTFULLY, The Upstreamers Upstream People Gallery

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Upcoming Shows at the RiverFront Arts Center

Dear Artist, Upstream People Gallery http://www.upstreampeoplegallery.com 5607 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68106-1257 U.S.A. is pleased to announce the “14th Annual FACES Juried Online International Exhibition” March 1, 2012 - February 28, 2013 Your Eligibility: Open to all artists worldwide whose artwork is involved with the subject matter of faces of all kinds. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional works including but not limited to ceramics, sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, prints and mixed media in all creative processes and forms. (12 month’s show for greater sales and exposure; artists may exhibit and sell in other venues at the same time)   to apply send your application by February 8, 2012 postmark for early discount OR February 24, 2012 for final deadline      Cash Awards of Excellence, Special Recognitions and Press Releases sent to specially recognized artists’ newspaper(s). Exhibition Press Release sent worldwide via our special international Press Release service. Recognized artists will be included in the Juror's Statement published worldwide online with the exhibition.   NOTE: Many artists have had articles written in their newspaper(s) as a result of their work and our publicity campaign.  The gallery enjoys a phenomenal global viewership with up to 800,000 views per month! Entry notifications sent soon after receipt of entry.    Questions: shows@upstreampeoplegallery.com You may download the prospectus by clicking on our secure link: http://www.upstreampeoplegallery.com/schedule/prospectus.asp?XD=3/1/2012     ARTFULLY, The Upstreamers Upstream People Gallery

Cindi Markowski honored at WVAA Memorial Exhibit

Dear Artist, Upstream People Gallery http://www.upstreampeoplegallery.com 5607 Howard Street Omaha, NE 68106-1257 U.S.A. is pleased to announce the “14th Annual FACES Juried Online International Exhibition” March 1, 2012 - February 28, 2013 Your Eligibility: Open to all artists worldwide whose artwork is involved with the subject matter of faces of all kinds. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional works including but not limited to ceramics, sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, prints and mixed media in all creative processes and forms. (12 month’s show for greater sales and exposure; artists may exhibit and sell in other venues at the same time)   to apply send your application by February 8, 2012 postmark for early discount OR February 24, 2012 for final deadline      Cash Awards of Excellence, Special Recognitions and Press Releases sent to specially recognized artists’ newspaper(s). Exhibition Press Release sent worldwide via our special international Press Release service. Recognized artists will be included in the Juror's Statement published worldwide online with the exhibition.   NOTE: Many artists have had articles written in their newspaper(s) as a result of their work and our publicity campaign.  The gallery enjoys a phenomenal global viewership with up to 800,000 views per month! Entry notifications sent soon after receipt of entry.    Questions: shows@upstreampeoplegallery.com You may download the prospectus by clicking on our secure link: http://www.upstreampeoplegallery.com/schedule/prospectus.asp?XD=3/1/2012     ARTFULLY, The Upstreamers Upstream People Gallery

Friday, January 27, 2012

Last nights Meeting

Tonight our meeting was well attended and included rearranging the show and displaying five more works by Dan Mootz.

Dan was a great watercolorist.  Thank you to his wife Karen and daughter Miranda for sharing his art with us.

A set of panels containing Dan's work is on the 1st floor; one large piece being on the wall.  Please go to the clinic and see it if you can.

Thanks to all who helped hang the art and then fold the brochures after the award winners were announced.

I'm sorry that  I forgot to mention the Legacy Guestbook for Dan at - http://www.legacy.com/guestbook/wausaudailyherald/guestbook.aspx?n=daniel-mootz&pid=155028003
Please visit this site and leave your thoughts if you care to.

 - Sharon

Show Winners!!

Congratulations to the following artists!

BEST of SHOW - David Kapszukiewicz .... "Shimmering Waters"
1st Place - Sharon Feathers .... "Quietly Stalking"
2nd Place - Bonnie Kostrzak .... "Sugaring Sunrise"
3rd Place - Jean Huntoon .... "Route 88 and County B"

Honorable Mentions

Pam Clark ........ "Dudley Building Reflection"
Andrea Fenner .... "Moment of Reflection"
Gail M. Jaeger ..... "Annabelle Hydrangea"
Linda Langhoff ......."Bringing Home a Tree"
Dan Mootz .... "Fisk Home"
Mary O’Flying .... "My Neighborhood-Unplugged"
Audrey Wilde .... "Winter Stargazer"

Our Judge was Jackie Janson; from Plainfield

Jackie's BIO:
Jackie Janson graduated from UWSP in 1973 with a B.S. in Art Education. She
taught elementary art in the Almond-Bancroft School District for 32 years.
Jackie also taught a Creative Expressions Class for children sponsored by
UWSP for many summers.  She is an avid quilter, gardener, and Sunday
afternoon painter.

Painting form your photo's


Blog hits approach 10,000!!


Our blog has now been hit on by every state in the union by almost 10,000 people!  That's a lot of hits.  
I need more entires though.  I don't edit either, you send it to me I post it.  Period.

I would like to have this blog be the place to go to get info on not only what our members are doing, but what shows are coming up, entry deadlines, display opportunities.  etc etc.
By all means though please let me know about all of the awards you've won, shows you've entered, things you're working on, shows you're entering, anything and everything.
Just e-mail it to me and I will post it.  Apparently there are a lot of people looking at this thing so lets get our stuff in front of them!  10,000 people can't be wrong.
Send it to    Mail4Rick@mac.com
Easy!!


Fees for entries

In our ongoing discussion about our fee's we have come to this.......
$15 for one piece......
$30 for 2 pieces.......
add $ 5 for each additional piece up too a max of 6 pieces

Let the debate begin!!!!

Cellar 70 Exhibit space available

Betsy Popp wants all to know that she has lots of space available at the Cellar 70 space at the Trigs near Shopko in Wausau.  Groups or individuals are welcome to get in touch with Betsy.  There are 28 spots for artwork, with hangers in place ready to go.  Shows last for 2 months, so you don't have to take it down right after it gets displayed.
They have wine tastings on Fridays that draw a pretty good crowd
They handle all the sales for you.
They take zero commission.
Call Betsy.........
715-276-9963

bpopp@wildblue.net

CVA Web Site shows Karen Aulik-Now painting

Karen Aulik-Now has a piece on display in the CVA web site slide show. CLICK HERE to check it out

Collage Workshop

WVAA's Deb Meyer is conducting a workshop on May 1st, (noon to 6ish) 2nd, (9 - 5ish) and 3rd, (until noon)
They are looking for about 20 people for the workshop. Cost is $125

CVA Exhibit options

There was discussion at the meeting last night about an option that the CVA has to rent one of their walls in the main floor.
For $300 you can rent a wall for 3 months.  Call Rachel at the CVA to get further information.
Sounds like a nice option.

Last nights meeting

Very well attended meeting last night.  Seating was back to the second row again.
Just so you know, there were several of us looking for members at the usual conference room.  We were advised that the new meeting place was one floor up.  Just so you know.

There was a treasurers report.  We have a lot of money!

Dan Mootz Wife Karen and daughter Miranda were there too to help with the displaying of his artwork in the Gallery area.

I have placed other topics brought up in the meeting in seperate posts so this one isn't really long

Thursday, January 26, 2012

49th Annual Waupaca Artists Entry Form and Info


Dear Artists,
The 49th annual Waupaca Art Show is approaching. Please consider entering the show this year.  We are always amazed by the quality of artwork that this show exhibits.  I have attached the entry in a few different formats.  If you can not open the attachment please let us know so we can send another. You can also download the form at  fineartsfestival.org
On a personal note, this year I am again sponsoring a silent auction to raise funds for scholarships to Waupaca High School students pursuing post secondary education in the field of visual arts.  To date I have awarded $3,000.00 in scholarships.  Please let me know if you would be willing to donate a piece of your artwork towards this worthy cause.  The date for the fundraiser is March 9th  7pm-9pm at the Waupaca Ale House.
Bill and I look forward to another successful year celebrating the visual arts.
Lee Schultz



Waupaca Entry Form



CWCC Short time Callout

Central Wisconsin Cultural Center




"That's Amore"
Juried Fine Art Exhibition
Open Call to Artists

Two Exhibits - Two Galleries:
"That's Amore" Fine Art Exhibition in Main Gallery
&
Open Interactive Photography Exhibit:
"What Does Love Mean To Me"
In East Gallery

Greetings!

Love translates well in any language and is expressed in countless ways. Love is revealed through the beauty of music, interpreted through the visual arts, shared as poetic words of love and often discovered in the eyes of a loved one.


Share the language of love at a two-part interactive art exhibit to be featured at the Central Wisconsin Cultural Center from February 10, through March 3. An opening reception will be held on February 10, from 5:00-7:00 pm.

The Main Gallery will present a juried fine art
"That's Amore" exhibit

Open Call to Artists ~ All art work to be juried must be delivered to the Cultural Center by February 7, 2012. All mediums accepted in 2D & 3D. Please include gallery labels with artwork. Registration fee of $15.00 (for first four) is due upon registration. Delve your artistry into life's most evocative emotion! Awards & cash prizes will be presented during opening reception.


The East Gallery will be brimming with an interactive photography exhibit titled, "What Love Means to Me". For this display, you may take a picture with your cell phone or camera and submit a 4X6 print on photographic paper in either black and white or color. Include your name and email address on the back, but note that pictures will not be returned. Please deliver your photograph or mail it to: Central Wisconsin Cultural Center at 240 Johnson St. Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495.
Submissions will be accepted after January 20, and until March 7.


R. Sylvia Becker
715 421-4598entral Wisconsin Cultural Center




"That's Amore"
Juried Fine Art Exhibition
Open Call to Artists

Two Exhibits - Two Galleries:
"That's Amore" Fine Art Exhibition in Main Gallery
&
Open Interactive Photography Exhibit:
"What Does Love Mean To Me"
In East Gallery

Greetings!

Love translates well in any language and is expressed in countless ways. Love is revealed through the beauty of music, interpreted through the visual arts, shared as poetic words of love and often discovered in the eyes of a loved one.


Share the language of love at a two-part interactive art exhibit to be featured at the Central Wisconsin Cultural Center from February 10, through March 3. An opening reception will be held on February 10, from 5:00-7:00 pm.

The Main Gallery will present a juried fine art
"That's Amore" exhibit

Open Call to Artists ~ All art work to be juried must be delivered to the Cultural Center by February 7, 2012. All mediums accepted in 2D & 3D. Please include gallery labels with artwork. Registration fee of $15.00 (for first four) is due upon registration. Delve your artistry into life's most evocative emotion! Awards & cash prizes will be presented during opening reception.


The East Gallery will be brimming with an interactive photography exhibit titled, "What Love Means to Me". For this display, you may take a picture with your cell phone or camera and submit a 4X6 print on photographic paper in either black and white or color. Include your name and email address on the back, but note that pictures will not be returned. Please deliver your photograph or mail it to: Central Wisconsin Cultural Center at 240 Johnson St. Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495.
Submissions will be accepted after January 20, and until March 7.


R. Sylvia Becker
715 421-4598



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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Find your photographic voice

Finding Your Photographic Voice

In this class we're going to delve deeper into our photography and the images we've been creating, to find the story and theme that unifies our work.

We will create a portfolio of your images that will represent your photographic voice. We will be creating new work through a series of assignments designed to challenge you and hone your skills technically, and creatively as we seek to discover what makes your photography unique.

This class is very assignment-focused, with much of our time spent discussing and reviewing students' work. This class assumes a working knowledge of camera functions (Aperture/ISO/Shutter Speed etc.) However, advanced knowledge is not necessary as this class is less technically focused.

Instructor: Spyros Heniadis
Saturday, February 27 - April 2 (no class on March 19)
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Ages: 14 - Adult
Fee: $69

Register online
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Quilter talk


CHRIS KIRSCH, PRIZE-WINNING QUILTER TO SPEAK AT WITTENBERG COMMUNITY CENTER



Chris Lynn Kirsch, prize-winning quilter, author, and teacher, will speak at the Wittenberg Community Center, 208 Vinal Street, on Saturday, February 4, at 1 PM. Her topic is “A Challenged Mind.” Join Ms. Kirsch as she takes you on a journey through her inspirations, crazy side trips and the fascinating quilts which have been created.



In the past, Ms. Kirsch’s tools of trade were the sterilized instruments of a dental hygienist. In 1987, she was dragged to a quilting class by her sister-in-law and came away enthusiastically addicted. She says, “I had no intention of becoming a quilter and yet, I discovered I loved all aspects of quilting—the stitchery, the collecting of antique quilts and even an appreciation of quilted art.”



Over time, she began designing her own pieces and a passion for art quilts evolved. Today her instruments of choice are sewing machines, scissors and a multitude of handy quilting gadgets. Ms. Kirsch stitches her magic from a log home in the woods of southeastern Wisconsin, Watertown.



In addition to creating her own award winning quilts, she finds as much fulfillment in sharing her passion with others through lectures, workshops, and leading quilting cruises.



Books by Ms. Kirsch will be available for sale. There is no admission fee; donations are welcomed.



The Walls of Wittenberg is pleased to bring this well known speaker to Wittenberg in conjunction with “The Art of the Quilter: II,” a juried quilt show at the WOWSPACE, 114 Vinal Street, downtown Wittenberg, Saturdays and Sundays, 11-3, through February 13. Please visit the show. Admire Ms. Kirsch’s wall hanging—“Vanishing Point”—which was given an Award of Excellence. Enjoy all the quilts and wall hangings, a riot of color and pattern with exquisite needle art. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite.


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Very Special Feb 26th 2012 Meeting Info

Place: Marshfield Clinic-Weston Center, Conference Room 2B.
This is the large conference room that is on the top level (Floor #2), across from the General Surgery Department.
Social hour 5 - 6 pm
Meeting @ 6 pm.

This will be a very special meeting. Please attend if you can.

We will be rearranging the gallery and dedicating a set of panels to honor Dan Mootz.
Dan's wife Karen will be bringing more of Dan's beautiful watercolors. As we hang them as part of our meeting
may we all find peace in honoring and remembering Dan's friendship, kindness and artistic talents.

Judging results and awards for The Winter Exhibit will also be presented.

Hope to see you on the 26th ...... Sharon & Chandra


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Presentation By Sharon Rotz



SHARON ROTZ, PRIZE-WINNING QUILTER , TO SPEAK AT WITTENBERG COMMUNITY CENTER


Sharon V. Rotz, prize-winning quilter, designer, and textile artist, will speak at the Wittenberg Community Center, 208 Vinal Street, Sunday, January 29, 1PM. Her topic is “From Grandmother’s Bed to Museum Walls,” a brief history of quilting as well as discussing a review of traditional blocks and techniques.


Ms. Rotz says, “From childhood, learning embroidery stitches from my mother and making my first skirt in 4-H, I have felt a close connection to fabric.” She pursued a degree in Home Economics Education, worked in the ready-made clothing industry, learned tailoring and dressmaking and spent many years making custom home d├ęcor. When she entered the quilting world, Ms. Rotz brought with her this varied background of skills.


Today she is a quilting teacher and speaker, an award winning quilter in state and national competitions, author, commissioned textile artist and pattern designer as well as an exhibitor in numerous show and competitions. She says, “Living in a wooded area of central Wisconsin, (Mosinee) each day I am surrounded by the beauty of nature.” “Armed with scissors and needles as my brushes, and fabric as my canvas, I attempt to capture a bit of that beauty in my work.” She continues, “I love the color, the texture, and the pattern designs of fabric. It is exciting to drown myself in fabric and come up with different combinations.”


Books and patterns by Ms Rotz will be available for sale. There is no admission fee; donations are welcomed.


The Walls of Wittenberg is pleased to bring this well known speaker to Wittenberg in conjunction with “The Art of the Quilter: II,” a juried quilt show on display at the WOWSPACE, 114 Vinal Street, downtown Wittenberg, Saturdays and Sundays, 11-3, through February 12. Please visit the show. Admire Ms. Rotz’s wall hanging—“Leaning on the Fence”—which captured the Best of Show Award. Look with wonder at the kaleidoscope of color of all the quilts and wall hangings and don’t forget to vote for your favorite. Nueske’s Applewood Smoked Meats and Nueske’s District No.#3 Antiques are the sponsors of this show.


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Woodson info


Art Time for Tots
Little ones, 18 months-4 years, and accompanying adults enjoy artworks in A Collective Journey, hands-on art-making activities, and play in Art Park, the Museum's interactive family gallery. Call 715.845.7010 to register for this free program.
Thursday, January 26, 9:30 - 10:30 am

Yoga: The Art of Healthy Living
Soak in the serenity of the gallery setting and enjoy the benefits of yoga - calm your mind, stretch and strengthen your muscles, and spark your spirit. Dress comfortably and bring a mat and blanket to this River Flow Yoga class. All skill levels welcome. To register, email vandalfsens.heather@mac.com or call 715.574.8787. $10 per class;
four-class series $32.
Thursday, January 26, 10 - 11 am

Art Babies
Wee ones, birth-18 months, enjoy a feast for the senses with accompanying adults. Experience artwork in A
Amy Beck,
marketing & communications manager
abeck@lywam.org


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Saturday, January 7, 2012

CVA Drawing Class


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Pssst!   Can't keep a secret?   Tell everyone you know!
Dear RICK EYRE,

Drawing class at the CVA starts soon
for little kids AND big kids!
 
Great for after school, so bring a snack.
 
Begins Wed Jan 11 - Feb 15 at 4-6pm
 
Sign up for 6 weeks for a deal $60 +$8mtl.
Or walk-in register, pay $20 per day.
 
What's the secret?
 
Bring a friend for FREE !

Call the CVA 715-842-4545 or email cvaeducation@gmail.com
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Friday, January 6, 2012

The Charles Allis Art Museum FORWARD 2012: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now



Forward to a friend
The Charles Allis Art Museum presents:
Postcard from FORWARD 2010


Now Accepting Entries From Wisconsin Artists to
FORWARD 2012:
A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now
Through January 31, 2012


Eligibility requirements and information along with online entry at
http://www.charlesallis.org/FORWARD2012_000.html
$3,000 in prizes awarded

FORWARD 2012:
A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now

March 2 - June 3, 2012

Opening Reception with Awards Ceremony
Friday, March 2, 2012
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
The Charles Allis Art Museum is pleased to present Forward: A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now, a juried exhibition of original works by Wisconsin artists. Lena Vigna, Curator of Exhibitions at the Racine Art Museum is this year's juror. Please join us for FORWARD 2012 and help celebrate the best contemporary work by Wisconsin's own.

Opening Reception
Friday, March 2, 2012
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Charles Allis Art Museum
1801 N. Prospect Ave. - Milwaukee




About the Museum

On the National Register of Historic Places, the lavish 1911 home of Charles and Sarah Allis contains a world-class art collection that spans more than 2,000 years and includes impressive Classic antiquities, Renaissance bronzes, Asian ceramics and stunning decorative arts.Changing exhibitions feature local and regional artists, making the museum a vibrant center for Wisconsin arts not to be missed.
Museum Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 1-5 p.m. General Admission: $5/adult, $3/student & senior (62+) Free for museum members, children 12 & under, and active military.
(414) 278-8295 for more information or @ www.cavtmuseums.org
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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Online Piracy

Online piracy bill has free speech supporters up in arms 
The Huffington Post, The Art Newspaper“A bill being considered by a House of Representatives committee last month could divide the art world into two camps: those who want to protect their creations from being used online and those who like to use the work of others. The legislation, intended to stop piracy on the web, is meeting strong opposition: Wikipedia co-founder, Jimmy Wales, has proposed a blackout on their site. The measure would impose criminal fines and allow the US government and individuals to shut down websites for alleged infringement. Critics say the steps would restrain free speech and cause service providers to filter out content they were unsure of.”
Know of a Business with Outstanding Arts Support? Work for One? Let Us Know!
Business Committee for the Arts, Americans for the Arts Deadline: February 17, 2012“Nominate a company in your community that supports the arts! The BCA 10 recognizes businesses of all sizes for their exceptional involvement with the arts that enrich the workplace, education, and the community. These companies set the standard of excellence and serve as role models for others to follow.”

Monday, January 2, 2012

CVA Classes


The CVA School of Art
Winter ClassesJan-Feb 2012
In This Issue
HS/Adult Class Feature
Kids Class Feature
Something Special
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HS/Adult Class Feature
Don't miss out on Basic Digital Photography.  6 weeks $98.  Starts MON Jan 9, 6-9pm
Even if you've taken Jeff's class before, continue in your photo journey.  Not just for beginners!.


Quick Links
click CVA Classes
for more classes is other media:
Pottery
Painting
Drawing
Design
Jewelry

Join Our Mailing List
Dear RICK EYRE,

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New art classes start soon!  There is still time to register, but hurry.  Click Quick Link for class details.  Clip coupon below to mail in or call the CVA to sign up.  Members get a discount!
 
Sincerely,
 
Rachael Carstens
Center for the Visual Arts
715-842-4545
 
Kids Class Feature
6 weeks $60+$8mtl; some walk-in $20 per day 

Tots = ages 1-4        Club = ages 5-8      Crew = ages 9-13

Earn your beret at the CVA
Start Dates
Home School Club/Crew - Tue Jan 10, 12-1pm
Painting Crew - Tue Jan 10, 4-6pm
Art for Tots - Wed Jan 11, 10:30-11:15am (only $8 per day)
Beading Crew - Wed Jan 11, 4-6pm
Drawing Club/Crew - Wed Jan 11, 4-6pm
Craft Club - Thur Jan 12, 4-6pm
Hands-On Art History Club/Crew - Sat Jan 14 10-12pm

See details click here
Something Special 
 
Want private painting lessons for yourself or child?
Local award-winning artist, Valerie Berkely, is a Contract Instructor at the CVA. See her art by clicking here. Call 715-842-4545 to check her availability in the CVA Studio Room. Two hour sessions are $40, starter supplies included. Pay per session.
Are YOU an artist interested in becoming a Contract Instructor at the CVA?Contact us by email.
 

CVA Class Registration Form (print, cut, mail in with your payment)
Student Name _____________________ Age/Grade __________
Parent/Guardian Name: ___________________________________________________
Address: _______________________________________________________________
Phone: _____________________________ Email: _____________________________
Class: _____________________________________________Date:________________
Class Fee: ____________________ Materials Fee: ___________
Member? Yes____ No_____ (Members get a discount on all classes!)

Gift Idea!
Give an Art Class! Pick up a gift certificate at the CVA for the value of a class -- it's the perfect gift....very easy to wrap!

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Fun d'Arts Info



Midwest Seasons


22nd Annual Midwest Seasons
Juried Exhibition
Winter Photo
"Winter Yellow Barn" by Richard Wunsch 

Center for the Visual Arts
22nd Annual Midwest Seasons Juried Exhibition
January 13 - March 10
Gala & Awards Ceremony: 
Friday, January 20, 5-7pm

A wide variety of artworks including photography, paintings, drawings, sculpture, mixed media and jewelry delve into the broad interpretations of Midwest Seasons.  Artists from across the country explore the ever changing seasons of nature and humans throughout the Midwest.  
Over 50 works selected by the Midwest Seasons judge, Denise Presnell-Weidner, will compete for $1,250 in awards.  Midwest Seasons is a highly anticipated exhibit and a staple of the CVA gallery.
 
Exhibit Sponsor: UMR Logo      Awards Sponsor: Peoples State Bank Logo
 
CVA Gallery is supported in part by: 
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Center for the Visual Arts
427 N 4th St.
Wausau, Wisconsin 54403
715-842-4545