Artists are invited to submit artwork to the 37th Annual SECURA Fine Arts Exhibition, one of Northeast Wisconsin's top competitive, juried fine arts shows, on display at The Trout Museum of Art from June 7-25, 2017. Accepted artists may have up to two pieces on display to the public for the duration of the exhibition, be invited to the juror talk, and participate in the opening awards reception.
**Drop off dates for artwork and entry forms are May 13-14, 2017**
The Congressional Art Competition provides an opportunity for students to display their work in a professional gallery setting and to participate in a juried art exhibition. This exhibition will be on display in our main gallery from May 6-28, 2017 and will feature artwork created by high school students in Wisconsin's 8th District.
During this exhibit, we are also inviting Wisconsin’s District 8 art teachers to submit artwork for our Art Instructors’ Exhibition, which will be showcased in the museum's atrium. Learn more about the Art Instructors' Exhibition here.
Additionally, we are pleased to invite Wisconsin’s District 8 kindergarten-8th grade students to submit artwork for our K-8 Art Exhibition. Work will be showcased in the museum's John & Susan Toussaint Student Artist Gallery as a way to celebrate the creativity of our region's elementary and middle school students. Learn more about the K-8 Art Exhibition here.
**Drop off dates for all artwork and entry forms April 18-22 between 10:00am-4:00pm and April 23 between 12:00-4:00pm**
Each year, Art at the Park draws tens of thousands of visitors to this one-day event held in historic City Park in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin. Art at the Park is open to all artists 18 years of age and older working in all fine art and fine craft media. Accepted artists are invited to exhibit their work at the 57th Annual Art at the Park on July 30, 2017.
**Final deadline for artist applications is May 31, 2017**
The Creative Kids Art Show will be displayed at the 57th Annual Art at the Park on Sunday, July 30 from 9am-4pm, and then brought back to the Fox Cities Building for the Arts to be displayed in the John and Susan Toussaint Student Artist Gallery from August 4 to 31, 2017. Works will be judged based on creativity and technique in four age groups (5-6 years, 7-9 years, 10-13 years, 14-17 years).
**July 5-9 or July 11-16, during museum hours**
A community oriented space celebrating and exhibiting high quality artwork from Northeast Wisconsin Artists. The Gallery is an extension of The Trout Museum of Art, and is located on the third floor of the Fox Cities Building for the Arts.
The Trout Museum of Art is pleased to invite Northeast Wisconsin artists to submit artwork for consideration for the Great Northern Corporation Regional Artist Gallery.
The Trout Museum of Art is looking for qualified artists and art educators to lead courses throughout the year. Classes draw students of all ages from pre-schoolers to seniors looking to explore their own creativity in a variety of mediums. Interested instructors should submit a course proposal to the Education Coordinator.
We are happy to provide Open Studio as a benefit for members of The Trout Museum of Art at the Artist level and above. It provides access to our studio spaces, certain equipment, and non-consumable supplies. Open Studio is offered on Fridays from 10-3:00 and Sundays from 12-4:00. Members must check in and out at the museum front desk. Please bring your own supplies.
The Trout Museum of Art
Fox Cities Building for the Arts
111 W. College Avenue
Appleton, WI 54911
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Admission varies by Exhibit.