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.
Walk in the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s long-ago footsteps at these Wisconsin destinations.
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.
These Wisconsin towns are famous for their Christmas spirit, and you can finish your holiday shopping with a hot cocoa in hand as you peruse their shops.
Long before television, radio or movies, community “opera houses” were the center of arts, culture and entertainment throughout rural America.
Nearly every major city has an arts hotel but downtown Milwaukee’s Saint Kate Arts Hotel—open since June—takes the concept to the next level.
Wisconsin is blooming with historic gardens. Take a stroll in a wonderland of flora at these three historic Wisconsin gardens.
From accordions to yo-yos, here’s a roundup of some of the badger state’s most curious museums. Greetings from House…
In Wisconsin, there are several of these unusual “art environments” as they’re called, made by people with no training in sculpture, art or design. Most of these remote installations involve castoff materials.