Be part of the art! Connecting Communities projects bring renowned artists to the Arts Center to collaborate with area residents in the creation of new works of art. For additional information about the program or to express interest in becoming an artist-in-residence or a participant, email email@example.com.
We are honored to have these organizations as our Community Partners: The Boys and Girls Club of Sheboygan County, Partners for Community Development, Hmong Mutual Assistance Association, Kohler Area School District, Lakeland University, Lakeshore Technical College, Northern Wisconsin Regional Council of Carpenters Local 731, Runaway and Homeless Youth Services (RAYS) of Lutheran Social Services, Safe Harbor of Sheboygan County, Senior Activity Center of Sheboygan, St. Clement Parish, Sheboygan Area School District, Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce, Sheboygan County Health and Human Services Department, The Salvation Army, and University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan.
Connecting Communities Art in Public Spaces program creates collaborative public art that empowers Sheboygan communities. It develops interaction through the creation of art in public spaces to reconnect people with their own creativity, while working together to build a cultural identity that facilitates positive change.
ART IN PUBLIC SPACES INSTALLATION
826 N. 8th Street
Alleyway next to the Weill Center
Visit this stunning, large-scale installation by the artist Mary Anne Kluth and the Sheboygan community. It will be a permanent fixture in downtown Sheboygan for some time. This artwork was inspired by the natural land bridge in Virginia once owned by Thomas Jefferson. You simply have to see it in person!
Past Connecting Community Projects
Over the years, Connecting Communities collaborations have been wide-ranging in both their nature and their scope. From public sculpture to performance works to a food truck/art car, each project has brought together diverse communities in the creation of new works of art.
Connecting Communities collaborations are supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Bert L. and Patricia S. Steigleder Charitable Trust.