Factory Made
Factory Made: Artists Explore the Industrial Scar

In the main galleries, a visual exploration of how industry shapes the landscape and alters the environment with work by Brendan Baylor, James Cagle, Holli Jacobson, Melissa Resch and Katie Ries. In contrast, works by Theodore Czebotar, Ed Fenendael, Brett Kosmider, and Marco Romantini featured on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine, removes industry from the equation and highlights the relationship between man, animals, and wilderness.

In the main galleries, a visual exploration of how industry shapes the landscape and alters the environment with work by Brendan Baylor, James Cagle, Holli Jacobson, Melissa Resch and Katie Ries. In contrast, works by Theodore Czebotar, Ed Fenendael, Brett Kosmider, and Marco Romantini featured on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine, removes industry from the equation and highlights the relationship between man, animals, and wilderness.

In the main galleries, a visual exploration of how industry shapes the landscape and alters the environment with work by Brendan Baylor, James Cagle, Holli Jacobson, Melissa Resch and Katie Ries. In contrast, works by Theodore Czebotar, Ed Fenendael, Brett Kosmider, and Marco Romantini featured on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine, removes industry from the equation and highlights the relationship between man, animals, and wilderness.

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Dome House
AL & MICKEY QUINLAN ARTIST RESIDENCY

The Al & Mickey Quinlan Artist Residency invites artists working in the fine arts areas of painting, printmaking, and photography to Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula to reside for a 6-week period at the Dome House, a familiar structure for many locals. The unique structure is situated on Lake Michigan in the creative community of Whitefish Bay, who is interested in engaging with the Sturgeon Bay and broader Door County communities. The residency is now accepting applications; the deadline to apply is May 31, 2021.

The Al & Mickey Quinlan Artist Residency invites artists working in the fine arts areas of painting, printmaking, and photography to Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula to reside for a 6-week period at the Dome House, a familiar structure for many locals. The unique structure is situated on Lake Michigan in the creative community of Whitefish Bay, who is interested in engaging with the Sturgeon Bay and broader Door County communities. The residency is now accepting applications; the deadline to apply is May 31, 2021.

The Al & Mickey Quinlan Artist Residency invites artists working in the fine arts areas of painting, printmaking, and photography to Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula to reside for a 6-week period at the Dome House, a familiar structure for many locals. The unique structure is situated on Lake Michigan in the creative community of Whitefish Bay, who is interested in engaging with the Sturgeon Bay and broader Door County communities. The residency is now accepting applications; the deadline to apply is May 31, 2021.

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COVID-19 Update
Mask Requirement Changes as of May 24, 2021

Due to the County lifting its masking advisory due to CDC guidance, the Miller Art Museum will not require masks for entry starting May 24, 2021. The masking change comes before the expansion of the museum’s change in hours. As of June 14, the museum will be open with regular operating hours.

Due to the County lifting its masking advisory due to CDC guidance, the Miller Art Museum will not require masks for entry starting May 24, 2021. The masking change comes before the expansion of the museum’s change in hours. As of June 14, the museum will be open with regular operating hours.

Due to the County lifting its masking advisory due to CDC guidance, the Miller Art Museum will not require masks for entry starting May 24, 2021. The masking change comes before the expansion of the museum’s change in hours. As of June 14, the museum will be open with regular operating hours.

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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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