Our state has a wealth of talented artists that work in an inspiring array of mediums, from murals to quilts, beadwork and more. Some are inspired by their curiosity, while others use art to connect to their culture.
Use these locations as a launching point for your next jaunt to the Badger State.
Sheboygan’s new art preserve, theater under the stars, bobbleheads and more: check out our arts & entertainment picks for this summer.
Walk in the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s long-ago footsteps at these Wisconsin destinations.
Support Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned businesses across the state while taking in the ambiance of Wisconsin locales.
Baraboo saw the birth of the Ringling Brothers Circus in 1884 and, today, the city — which is about 13 miles south of Wisconsin Dells — is home to the Circus World Museum. But now something more is brewing.
We think an art-inspired road trip is in order, and we’ve already made a list of museum stops with some truly fascinating and thought-provoking exhibits.
Good Day Shop in Madison is a minimalist, Scandinavian-chic space with home goods, jewelry, apothecary items, artwork and more.
The small town of West Bend, 40 minutes north of Milwaukee — named for being on the Milwaukee River’s westward bend — is quickly becoming an artsy hub.