For the Love of Chardin

Exploring the use of propaganda images in the absence of reliable journalism, artist Brandon Bauer uses images drawn from eight beheading incidents disseminated through terrorist media outlets and erases the dehumanized image, leaving only the landscape and the absence of image as a metaphor for the larger issue of the absence of reliable reporting. Click here for more information.

Exploring the use of propaganda images in the absence of reliable journalism, artist Brandon Bauer uses images drawn from eight beheading incidents disseminated through terrorist media outlets and erases the dehumanized image, leaving only the landscape and the absence of image as a metaphor for the larger issue of the absence of reliable reporting. Click here for more information.

Exploring the use of propaganda images in the absence of reliable journalism, artist Brandon Bauer uses images drawn from eight beheading incidents disseminated through terrorist media outlets and erases the dehumanized image, leaving only the landscape and the absence of image as a metaphor for the larger issue of the absence of reliable reporting. Click here for more information.

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Until Next Time

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No Interference is featured on the Ruth Morton Mezzanine. This exhibition presents artworks from the Miller Art Museum’s permanent collection, which depict landscapes void of human interference. In unison with Bauer’s Landscapes of Absence that serve as non-consensual sites of horrific violence, No Interference offers an opportunity to examine our emotional and spiritual responses to nature untouched by mankind. Click here for more information.

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Call For Entries
Now Accepting Submissions

The Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay is now accepting submissions to the 47th Juried Annual, an exhibition highlighting contemporary work from the state’s visual artists.
The exhibition is open to artists at all career levels and invites a range of media and artistic practices from traditional to abstract. Artists over the age of 18 who live or work in Wisconsin are eligible to apply. Artists may enter up to two (2) original works for the entry fee. Submissions are being accepted online through Monday, August 16 at 5pm at ArtCall.org. Click here for more information and to submit your work.

The Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay is now accepting submissions to the 47th Juried Annual, an exhibition highlighting contemporary work from the state’s visual artists.
The exhibition is open to artists at all career levels and invites a range of media and artistic practices from traditional to abstract. Artists over the age of 18 who live or work in Wisconsin are eligible to apply. Artists may enter up to two (2) original works for the entry fee. Submissions are being accepted online through Monday, August 16 at 5pm at ArtCall.org. Click here for more information and to submit your work.

The Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay is now accepting submissions to the 47th Juried Annual, an exhibition highlighting contemporary work from the state’s visual artists.
The exhibition is open to artists at all career levels and invites a range of media and artistic practices from traditional to abstract. Artists over the age of 18 who live or work in Wisconsin are eligible to apply. Artists may enter up to two (2) original works for the entry fee. Submissions are being accepted online through Monday, August 16 at 5pm at ArtCall.org. Click here for more information and to submit your work.

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Art & Treasures
Art & Treasures Sale

This annual fundraiser—a pillar of the Museum’s fundraising efforts—is a marriage between an estate and yard sale with a focus on art and art-related items. Patrons will discover a treasure trove of gently used original art, prints and posters by notable Door County and regional artists, art books, pottery, sculpture, collectibles, art supplies, frames, textiles, small furniture items, musical instruments, kitsch, china, jewelry, accessories, housewares, unique holiday items and more.

This annual fundraiser—a pillar of the Museum’s fundraising efforts—is a marriage between an estate and yard sale with a focus on art and art-related items. Patrons will discover a treasure trove of gently used original art, prints and posters by notable Door County and regional artists, art books, pottery, sculpture, collectibles, art supplies, frames, textiles, small furniture items, musical instruments, kitsch, china, jewelry, accessories, housewares, unique holiday items and more.

This annual fundraiser—a pillar of the Museum’s fundraising efforts—is a marriage between an estate and yard sale with a focus on art and art-related items. Patrons will discover a treasure trove of gently used original art, prints and posters by notable Door County and regional artists, art books, pottery, sculpture, collectibles, art supplies, frames, textiles, small furniture items, musical instruments, kitsch, china, jewelry, accessories, housewares, unique holiday items and more. For more information about the event or to find out how to donate items, click here.

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A year-round art museum located in the heart of historic downtown Sturgeon Bay on Wisconsin's Door Peninsula, fostering the creative life of the community.

About the Miller Art Museum

Founded in 1975 through the generosity of Gerhard and Ruth Miller, the Miller Art Museum is Door County’s year-round center for exhibition, education and creative enrichment in the visual arts and the Peninsula’s only fine art museum, housing a dynamic permanent collection of 20th c. Wisconsin art. The Museum’s main gallery features regularly changing exhibitions, embracing a wide range of subjects and media, both historic and contemporary; the second floor Gerhard CF Miller wing surveys the extraordinary life and work of celebrated dean of Door County artists Gerhard CF Miller.

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