Join us for art making, face painting and community spirit at the 6th annual Día de los Muertos Parade on Saturday, October 31. Come say hi and walk with us around our wonderful neighborhood in the procession. 11:00 am Face…
On sale now!
Purchase below or at our gallery (Mon–Sat, noon–5 pm)
September 4 – October 3, 2015
Friday, September 4, 5–9 pm
Special Reception & Artist Talks
September 10 & 24
Programs and details will be announced soon (be sure to sign up for our newsletter to get announcements delivered right to you!).
It’s time for one of the best celebrations of art and local talent at WPCA all year!
Join us as we unveil this year’s members show on Friday, September 4. The Annual Members Show is non-juried and dedicated to showcasing
Walker’s Point Center for the Arts is proud to introduce our new Executive Director Ana Melo, who started on August 10. Ana grew up in the Walker’s Point neighborhood and has strong ties to the community. She is a bilingual community leader passionate about the arts, youth engagement and nonprofit sustainability.
Ana received a Master’s of Education in Teaching, Learning and Leadership
WPCA is seeking an Arts Education Coordinator to teach our on-site art programs, coordinate off-site residencies at schools and with community partners. The ideal candidate will have experience in art education, an understanding of the non-profit sector and excellent organization and administration skills.
Annual Members Show
Artwork submission guideline and exhibition description
2015 Annual Members Show
Exhibition Dates: September 4 – October 3
Submission & Drop-off Deadline: Saturday, August 22.
About the Annual Members Show
This annual non-juried exhibition is dedicated to showcasing the artwork of our talented members. Over 150 pieces
April 17 – July 11, 2015
Opening Reception: Spring Gallery Night, Friday, April 17, 5–9pm.
We are proud to announce our third Featured Member Exhibition series of 2014-2015 with celebrated Wisconsin artist, assemblager, writer and art champion Gary John Gresl.
Gary would tell you himself that he likes working in large, space or site specific installations. With that said, he has graciously accepted the chance to create smaller assemblages specific to our Featured Member Exhibition space. A selection from his photography series “Document Ephemera,” which documents his previous outdoor,
We have six days of Afternoons with Art during MPS Spring Break.
Afternoons with Art (AwA) is our art education program offered during days when schools are not in session (based on MPS calendar). Think about it as a mini art camp. AwA includes winter and spring break programming as well as individual days during the semester (see list of dates below).
AwA classes are fun and gives the students their own freedom to understand art and expression while guided by a structured curriculum and experienced art educators. All art supplies and a healthy snack are included in each class!
Friday, April 3, April 6–10.
Our Executive Director and longtime educator Kate Brosnan Bradley will be leaving the organization in order to relocate to Arizona to be with her family members. Although we are sad to see her go, we respect and admire her decision to dedicate this time of her life to her loved ones. Anyone who has ever been around Kate has most likely been affected by her warm laughter and sincere kindness. Those who have worked with her have lauded her professionalism and astute leadership.
Kate started at WPCA in 2006 as Education Director and became Executive Director in January 2014
January 30 – March 7, 2015
Open Reception: Friday, January 30, 5–9 pm.
Old stories live on through the retelling in each generation and are given new life from reinterpretation. We often learn about our own virtues through characters portrayed in folklore and fairy tales. In our exhibition In the Realm of Innocents we present six artists and their artwork that takes on classic iconography. The visual narrative can be seen as introspective of the artists, just as we often see ourselves in stories in which we are most drawn to.
The exhibition is curated by Michael Flanagan and Kimberly Storage.