(Sturgeon Bay, WI)—March 26, 2020—Miller Art Museum invites community members to participate in a sketchbook challenge—no matter age or skill level—to document this unprecedented time in our lives. The Miller will have FREE sketchbooks available tomillersketchbookchallenge graphic1 anyone wishing to participate. A blank sketchbook may be picked-up any time after 5pm Monday, March 30, 2020, from the literature box outside the south door of the Miller Art Museum office, located at 360 Nebraska Street, filled up and later dropped off or sent back to the museum when the pandemic and threat of social interaction subsides.

(Sturgeon Bay, WI)—February 28, 2020—The Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay is pleased to present, in collaboration with Write On, Door County, Art/Speaks: Writing in Response to Art on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 10:30 am. Part of the Miller Art Museum's popular Second Thursday Program Series, this ekphrasis workshop connects writing with the visual arts through inviting participants to write about the emotions evoked by a piece of art, resulting in a cross-pollination between artistic mediums.

(Sturgeon Bay, WI)—February 19, 2020—On February 29, the Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay will open Wade in Water, Into the Field: Paintings by Judi Ekholm. Wade in Water surveys the work of beloved Door County painter Judi Ekholm, spanning from the early 1990s to present and features a collection of more than 35 paintings. An opening reception, free and open to the public, is scheduled for Saturday, February 29 from 3 – 4:30pm. Remarks will take place at 3:30pm and light refreshments will be served. This inaugural solo museum exhibition will be on view through Monday, April 6, 2020.

Judi Ekholm is a Fish Creek, WI, based painter celebrated for her poetic, bold interpretations of the flora and fauna of the natural landscape. Color and pattern are signature elements of her contemporary impressionistic works, which are focused specifically on the adoration of ponds, fields of flowers, waterways and vistas. Wade in Water, Into the Field highlights a range of new paintings alongside works on loan that, in total, presents the growth and stylistic changes of the artist over a 30-year period.

(Sturgeon Bay, WI)—January 31, 2020—The Miller Art Museum in downtown Sturgeon Bay is pleased to announce the first event of the museum’s 2020 Second Thursday Program Series, which kicks off a new year of free public programming; an artist talk by Baileys Harbor textile artist Susan Hoffmann is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday, February 13. The event will take place in the main gallery of the museum and is free and open to the public. 

Hoffmann’s talk will complement the Museum’s current exhibition, Textile Tableau: An Exploration of Painting with Fiber, which features the work of eight contemporary artists, Hoffmann included, and focuses specifically on artists who are usurping the use of paint by incorporating the methodologies and canons of painting as starting points for a greater exploration into fiber work.

(Sturgeon Bay, WI)—November 13, 2018—The Miller Art Museum is pleased to announce the award winners from the 43d Juried Annual Exhibition. Every year the Miller Art Museum invites artists 18 years of age and older to submit up to two works in two-dimensional media for consideration in this competitive exhibition. Artists from Door County and the surrounding five counties (Sheboygan, Brown, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, and Oconto) are invited to submit works.

     
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