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Exhibit Focus: Butterflies & Blooms

Posted on Jun. 4, 2019 by Jacob Biese

Immerse yourself in a world of butterfly wonder at Green Bay Botanical Garden’s new “Butterflies & Blooms” exhibit. Open since June 1, an 1,800-square-foot mesh house will hold close to 500 butterflies on any given day. Over the course of the summer there will be a whopping 2,200 different species of butterflies on view. Visitors READ MORE

An Update on ACREofART

As ACREofART enters its third season, FCM caught up with Sculpture Valley Executive Director Alex Schultz to get the latest on this public art programming initiative. Can you describe what ACREofART is and its overall mission for those who are unfamiliar? Alex Schultz: Let me start with a little framework so readers understand the relationship READ MORE

Fox Cities Reads

Posted on Apr. 2, 2019 by Cody Wiesner

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Matthew Desmond will make his way to the Fox Cities on April 11 and 12 to share his experiences with homelessness, poverty and the affordable housing debate during this month’s Fox Cities Reads panel hosted by the Fox Cities Book Festival. The presentation will focus on Desmond’s New York Times nonfiction Bestseller READ MORE

Essence of Human Experience

The Aylward Gallery’s latest art exhibit captures the life and artistic legacy of prolific Wisconsin painter, ceramicist and UW-Milwaukee art professor Adolph Rosenblatt, who passed away in 2017. Rosenblatt was best at capturing humanity at specific historical moments in ways that are simultaneously ordinary and extraordinary. In the sculpture “Arafat No Hitter,” he recreated the READ MORE

Wildwood Film Festival

Wildwood Film Festival’s annual showing will feature a range of films in almost every genre, from comedy to documentary to action and even music videos. Founded in 2001, the film festival’s mission is to promote and showcase Wisconsin film talent. “We try to show people that just because you’re in Wisconsin, it doesn’t mean you READ MORE

BREATHE: a multidisciplinary water opera

Posted on Mar. 5, 2019 by Kate Youdell

“Deep Practise” // Photo Credit: Virginie Sueres Lawrence University’s Margaret Sunghe Paek, professor of dance and curator of Dance Series, will work with music director Loren Dempster and director/choreographer Gabriel Forestieri to bring to life BREATHE: a multidisciplinary water opera, inspired by the practice of dancing underwater. Forestieri and Dempster have been collaborators on various READ MORE

“The Lion King” Returns

“The Lion King” will return to the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center this month, making this the third time the show has been performed at the P.A.C. A popular show, the P.A.C.’s Director of Marketing and Communications Tricia Witt says she expects a full house every single night of the show’s three-week run. “Thousands of READ MORE