Tuesday July 18th– Wisconsin Arts Board
Strategic Planning Listening Session
2:00 p.m. Douglas County Historical Society
The Wisconsin Arts Board is assembling their five-year strategic plan and they need your input.
What do you want to see from their organization?
These sessions are a great opportunity to share all of arts happenings with our friends in Madison.
The Wisconsin Arts Board – the state agency which nurtures creativity, cultivates expression, promotes the arts, supports the arts in education, stimulates community and economic development and serves as a resource for people of every culture and heritage.
Tuesday, June 27 at 12 PM - 1 PM
12:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Chamber of Commerce Board Room
SCFTA will be hosting two open meetings to gather input from the greater arts community. How can SCFTA serve you and how you can help us? The event will start with some info from Nikky Farmakes from the Superior Chamber of Commerce on listing your events on their events calendar and other marketing opportunities.
For almost a year, a small group of us have been working on transitioning this organization from a successful gallery based organization into a new, dynamic organization that can adapt to the changing needs of the community. We have been hosting events each month where connections and friendships have already formed. (Check out our past events to see what we have hosted. There has been some cool stuff.)
We are looking forward to your involvement.
This Is a Real Job: Insights Into Arts Work
A Free Event Open to the Public
Hosted by Superior Council for the Arts
Presented by Danielle Dresden & Donna Peckett
The Superior Council for the Arts is proud to welcome Danielle Dresden & Donna Peckett to UW-Superior to speak to regional artists and those interested in the economic impact of the arts. This event is part of the @wihumanities ShopTalk series.
Although it’s common to talk about a “work of art,” we seldom discuss the “work” of being an artist and making art. More than 43,000 Wisconsin residents are employed in arts-related businesses and the non-profit arts sector contributes approximately $418 million to the state economy. So why isn’t working in the arts considered a “real job?” This session will explore the difference between the myth and the reality of what it means to be a working artist. Donna and Danielle will offer this presentation as a duo, mixing humorous dialogue and rhythm dance with their personal backstage stories to involve audiences in a conversation about how the arts contribute to making a living and making a life in Wisconsin.
Superior Council for the Arts
Arts for Everyone Everyday