Weekly Round-Up

An unusual restroom ribbon-cutting, a pop-up gallery, street art and a big break are all in this week’s round-up…

Take a look at what NYC-based Wooster Collective is doing in Sheboygan.

Kiplinger ranks Appleton the 6th best city in which to raise a family.

We are also the 16th best city to be a kid on Christmas morning. Just saying.

Congrats to Appleton artist Julie Jilek for taking third place in the Dockside Quick Paint event during the Door County Plein Air Festival.

Announcements: The Grand Opera House’s 2012-13 season and the exhibiting artists for Green Bay’s ArtStreet.

Dream of being a star? Evey Entertainment will be hosting a model search at the CopperLeaf Hotel in Appleton, Aug. 10 & 17.


Artist Chris Stain recently created this mural on a garage wall behind Sheboygan’s City Hall with some help from the Wooster Collective Planning Core Members. Image from JMKAC.

A restroom’s ribbon-cutting has never been so intriguing.

AIGA Wisconsin is expanding its creative reach to the Northeast part of the state with its first [INsight] event at Kimberly-Clark.

Get to know some of Appleton’s past mayors.

Partake in a Duvel Art Glass Design Contest at Fox River House on Saturday.

Check out the Oshkosh Fine Arts Association’s Pop-up Gallery, including various media from 21 artists, at Affinity Clinic in Oshkosh during regular clinic hours.

Did you lose your broken jewelry box drawer? it’s been found.

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