Thank You For Attending the Leap Day Event!

(posted: Mar 09, 2012)

Our Leap Day event saw more than 100 creatives from throughout the region engaged in a creative (but of course!) process to learn more about our new vision and strategic plan, share their thoughts with us, and tell us how they’d like to help us in our goal to link, leverage, grow and promote the creative industries in our region.  If you attended the event, please check out the new vision and strategic plan in its entirety — we’re always open to feedback as well as people who want to volunteer to help.  If you couldn’t make it, you can still check out our vision and strategic plan, and share your thoughts and/or sign up.

Member Profile: Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts

(posted: Apr 01, 2014)

What does your company do?
Now in its 12th season, the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary cultural arts center that presents performances by world-renowned artists and ensembles, offers myriad arts education opportunities, and curates an ever-changing art gallery featuring nationally renowned artists. Recognized as one of Southeast Wisconsin’s most important cultural anchors, the Wilson Center has achieved widespread recognition for its eclectic programming featuring internationally acclaimed artists and ensembles

Member Profile: Peck School of the Arts

(posted: Mar 26, 2014)

What does your company do?
The mission of the Peck School of the Arts is to provide the highest quality education and professional training in the arts at the baccalaureate and master’s degree levels. The school is committed to recruiting faculty, staff, and students who reflect the richness and diversity of art-making in a variety of cultures. As the only school of the arts in Wisconsin in a major urban environment, the Peck School of the Arts encourages collaboration with community arts organizations and artists to provide professional experiences for its students

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