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Posted inKenosha Lens

Wisconsin Visual Artists interpret the theme of “Transitions” in new show opening September 12

Deborah Maris Lader, “Considering The Earth”, photopolymer etching. KENOSHA – Forty members of the Southeast Chapter of the Wisconsin Visual Artists group answered the call to interpret the theme of “Transitions” through a work of art in a new exhibit opening September 12 at the Anderson Arts Center in Kenosha. “Transitions are a part of […]

Posted inArts & Entertainment, Culture, Kenosha Lens

Racine Art Guild Spring Juried Exhibit Opens April 18

The Racine Art Guild is back at the Anderson Arts Center with their annual Spring Juried show starting April 18 through May 30. Held at the Arts Center every year, this year’s exhibit features a variety of mediums including fiber arts, ceramics, glass, and woodwork and was juried by Colin Matthes, Gallery Director at UW-Parkside. […]

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Bring Out Your Creativity This Spring at the Anderson Arts Center

KENOSHA, WI – The Anderson Arts Center has announced Spring Creative Classes for children taught by local artists Genevieve Gagliardi-Gerou and Kathy Gagliardi. “Blowing into Spring – Pinwheels” for ages 9 to 15 years old will be held on March 13 from 9 – 11:30 a.m. Celebrate the return of Spring and create a large […]

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