Karen Watson-Newlin, PLEASANT VALLEY CONSERVATORY, Acrylic on Canvas, 30"x40"
Dane Arts Grant Panel Review dates and times as follow (agenda forthcoming)
Dance/VA- Wednesday, September 11, 10a, 11 applications
Theater, History, Music/Festivals, Monday September 16, 9a - 12 applications
AIE/Multi-disciplinary- Tuesday, September 17, 10a- 15 applications
Music, Thursday, September 19 9a, 15 applications
Dane Arts Buy Local 2019 (DABL 2019)
23 artists out of 63 applicants were juried into DABL 2019’s two day Art Market set for Friday/Saturday, October 18/19 at Yahara Bay Distillers
Dane Arts has also now partnered with Promega and 8 dabl artists were selected for Promega's 2019 Fall Exhibition “ Harmony”
Aaron Laux, Barbara Westfall, Daniella Willett-Rabin, Joseph Taylor, Jennika Bastian, Mark Weller, Dan Gardiner, Jaroslava Sobiskova
Promega’s premier exhibition set for September 17
3:30pm is the presentation
4:30 is the reception to meet the artists
Dane Arts First Floor Gallery
Grace Lorenz (July 15th through October 4th)
Be sure to visit the Dane Arts Gallery located on the first floor of the City-County Building
(210 MLK Jr. Blvd. #421, Madison, WI 53703.)
City County Building
The 2019 Dane Arts Poster
Posters are available throughout Dane County.
They are also available in room 421 of the City-County Building.
Arts & Economic Prosperity 5
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