Create a unique paver for your own garden after strolling along the woodland path and among the sculptures at the James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden.
This exhibition series takes a different stance, delving into the finer points of an artist’s life and exploring the rich territories of belief, opinion, and fact in contemporary art.
Mark your calendars now and plan to join us for the 48th annual Midsummer Festival of the Arts!
5:00–5:45 p.m. Diana Gabriel Opening Reception
Be among the first to see this large-scale installation by artist Diana Gabriel and the Sheboygan community. This installation is located in the alley next to the Korthals Enterprises building in the 500 block of North Eighth Street in downtown.
6:00 p.m. Cold Soda Club—Alternative Rock
7:00 p.m. Boogát—Cumbia/Hip-Hop
Blending hip-hop with Latin styles such as cumbia, salsa and reggaeton, Boogát brings “the serious work of an artist that doesn’t miss out on being just plain fun to listen to,” says Canadian Beats. His 2017 album San Cristóbal Baile Inn includes collaborations with Andrés Oddone, Frikstailers, Miss Bolivia, Niña Dioz, and Lemon Bucket Orchestra. His album Neo-Reconquista won the Juno and Félix award for World Music Album of the Year at the 2016 Juno Awards and the ADISQ gala, respectively.
Painted and sculptural elements are all employed in the creation of complex narratives featuring characters conceived by Stout.
June 21, 5:00–5:45 p.m.
Be among the first to see this large-scale installation by artist Diana Gabriel and the Sheboygan community. Come to the alley next to the Korthals Enterprises building in the 500 block of North Eighth Street to mark the completion of Opening (Walk Through #1). This work was created as part of the Arts Center’s Art in Public Spaces program.More Info
Find Your Inner Artist!
Explore design, color, and the joy of creating art on silk with our Summer of Silk workshop series! From short experiences perfect for the novice to more in-depth workshops for artists looking to expand their breadth of textile arts, this series offers something for anyone who wants to soak up more than just sun this summer.Register Today
Early Bird Registration Ends Soon!
The Arts Center's Youth Dance program encourages the love of movement and builds physical confidence in children age 3–18. Classes span a range of styles and techniques, from early childhood creative movement to traditional ballet to modern dance to ethnic fusion.More Info