Friday, March 12, 2021
Art, All Ages
The Plymouth Arts Center is pleased to present Bouncing Back: A Student Art Show, in Gallery 110 North. The show will be on display for two weeks, beginning Friday, March 12th through the 26th. This is the Plymouth Arts Center’s first, ‘students only’ exhibition in the gallery. “Whispered Secrets: Artists Who Teach,” the first teacher/student exhibit, was presented in the gallery in 2016. Highlighting the hard work of our local elementary, middle, and high school students, we are excited to showcase pieces from Plymouth, Howards Grove, Glenbeulah/Elkhart Lake, Etude, and Wisconsin Virtual Learning Schools.
From paintings, to sculpture, and a study of bugs, the variety of pieces is sure to inspire all hearts. We are excited to feature an award-winning piece from PAC teacher, Mary Starnitcky, and her student, Olivia Dupuy!
“Bouncing Back” Student Art Show is generously sponsored by Paul & Kathy Sartori and Franz Backus. The public is invited to join us for the opening reception, Friday, March 12th from 5:00 to 7:00pm. Admission is free. Visitors will enjoy beautiful music featuring student musicians from the Sound of Music Studio, Emmie Christensen, owner, and the Thomas Pibal Music Studio. Student performers from 5-6pm are: Sarah Hadrovic; Emily Klitzke; Emma Seely; and Julia Unruh. Cole Doherty and Brian Doherty will perform from 6-7pm. Guests will also have the opportunity to learn about the upcoming classes being offered at the Plymouth Arts Center this summer. A complete listing of classes is always available by visiting the PAC website: www.plymoutharts.org or follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
The Plymouth Arts Center is located at 520 East Mill Street in downtown Plymouth and is open from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 12 noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday; and is closed on Mondays. For more information contact email@example.com or call (920) 892-8409.
Friday, May 7, 2021
Art, All Ages
PLYMOUTH, WI- The Plymouth Arts Center will open a new art exhibit in its Gallery 110 North on Friday, May 7th. “Alive in the Arts” is the organization’s 26th annual juried exhibition showcasing Wisconsin Fine Artists. Juror Bonnita Budysz was the juror for this year’s 26th annual competition. Bonnita reviewed artwork from artists living and working throughout the state of Wisconsin. The public is invited to view the exhibition beginning Friday, May 7th. The opening reception will be held from 5-7pm with live musical entertainment and complimentary appetizers. There will be a cash bar. Guests are required to follow PAC guidelines posted at our entrances and on our website when visiting the gallery, and gift shop. “Alive in the Arts” will be on display through August 6, 2021. The show is generously underwritten by Wisconsin Bank and Trust, 20/20 Visions, Dr. Sharon Roberts and Dr. Brad Wicklund, and Conrad and Barbara Barrows.
Saturday, May 29, 2021
Community Event, All Ages
Please join us for the Plymouth Gateway Arch Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Celebration! The Plymouth Advancement Association, in partnership with the Plymouth Arts Center, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, and Plymouth Historical Society, invites the community to attend “From Cheeseville to the Cheese Capital of the World.” This celebration to dedicate the Plymouth Gateway Arch and restored Railroad Trestle, will be held in historic downtown Plymouth, Wisconsin, Saturday, May 29th from 10am to 3pm (with a rain date of Sun. May 30.) Admission for this fun, family event is free.
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June 4-5, 2021
Art, All Ages
Click Here for a Printable PDF Spring Art Tour Guide More than 40 artists at 16 different venues await you this spring for the 7th Annual Northern Moraine Spring Art Tour. You’ll have a chance to meet painters, potters, furniture makers; fiber, glass, metal and leather artists, photographers and more. There will be demos, door prizes, and the opportunity to purchase original, fine art directly from the artists who created it. Admission is free!