The 29th Annual Winter Art Fair Off the Square is an indoor fair held in the beautiful and spacious Exhibition Hall of the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in downtown Madison. There are 135 booths and artists are allowed to drive into the building, but not to their booths.
The Winter Art Fair Off the Square is one of two juried fairs sponsored and produced by the Wisconsin Alliance of Artists and Craftspeople, Inc. (WAAC), a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation formed to promote and create contact between Wisconsin artists and craftspeople and the public. WAAC takes pride in having been created and operated by the artists themselves. Along with providing a market for exhibitors, we continue to educate the public about art and provide important one-to-one interaction between artist and buyer.
Additionally, a WAAC fund-raising Silent Auction takes place on Saturday, as well as a fundraiser for the Badger Childhood Cancer Network both Saturday and Sunday. For children 12 and under we have the Young Collectors’ Corner, where children may purchase art without adult supervision and at a reduced price takes place both days.
Presented by the Wisconsin Alliance of Artists and Craftspeople, Inc.
$5 per person (under 12 are free)
Second Touch Art is proud to be exhibiting at the 2nd Annual Arboretum Art Festival set in Chicago’s upscale South Barrington, Illinois. Arboretum of South Barrington plays host to this fest with its mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
Art in the Green will be held Saturday, May 5, 2018, 9:00am – 5:00pm and Sunday, May 6, 2018, 9:00am – 4:00pm.
This is a two-day, indoor, event showcasing artwork of all kinds from local and regional artists. The artists will have work for sale in our new Conservatory Annex with entertainment and food vendors throughout the Domes.
Admission: $5 per person. FREE to Friends of the Domes Members - allows for admission to all three Domes, Art in the Green, live music in the Show Dome - as well as free parking.
COFFEE AND CONVERSATION
A complimentary exhibit to Abstract x 3, CONTEMPORARY ABSTRACT ARTISTS: THE FEMALE PERSPECTIVE, represents a diverse approach to today’s abstract work.
Wisconsin’s most notable female abstract painters include: Claudette Lee-Roseland, Susan Bartfield, Gwen Granzow, Pamela Anderson, Kay Kittell, Melissa Dorn Richards, Virgi Driscoll, Deb Mortl and Susi Schuele.
A complimentary exhibit in the upper level Gallery will feature the abstract works of notable female abstract artists. Artists are still being finalized, but they include: Claudette Lee-Roseland, Sue Bartsfield, Gwen Granzow, Pamela Anderson, Kay Kitell, Melissa Dorn Richards, Leslie Vansen, Virgi Driscoll, and Susi Schuele.