Jan 19 – Feb 24, 2007
Desire, flight, loss, memory, longing…these elements are present in the works of this exhibition.  The balance of darkness is light.  Great beauty can be found in an exploration of that which is difficult.  Five artists, working in a variety of media, from drawing, photogrpahy, printmaking and sculputral assemblage, explore this dichotomy and symbolic relationship.

A Selection of Prints from Louise Bourgeois to Kara Walker
Mar 16 – April 21, 2007
A special exhibition of contemporary prints from a private collection.

Shield…Le Bouclier: Pacia Sallomi and Phyllis Stowell
Mar 16 – April 21, 2007
A dialogue between two women: poet and painter, mother and daughter, age and youth; a dialogue in which both seek to confront apprent reality without expecting to encompass it or to ignore its mystery.

Annual Members Show
May 25 – July 14, 2007
One of our most exciting exhibitions each year, this salon-style show provides a unique opportunity for artists at different points in their careers, working in a wide range of media and styles to exhibit together, showing the depth and breath of contemporary art-making in Wisconsin.

1st Annual CoPA Juried Photo Exhibition
July 27 – Aug 31, 2007
Juried and curated by internationally known photographer Brian Ulrich.  Featuring award-winning photographs by artists from Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota. 

Paper Politics
Sept 7 – Oct 13, 2007
Curated by Josh MacPhee (justseeds), the exhibit showcases over 200 contemporary prints using themes of social justice and global equity to engage community members in political conversation.  Gallery Verso will feature an additional show of political prints by local artists curated by Nicolas Lampert, Colin Matthes, Tamiko Dargan, and Raoul Deal.

15th Annual Dia de los Muertos Exhibition
Nov 2 – Dec 1, 2007
Celebrate as WPCA presents our 15th Annual Dia de los Muertos Exhibition.  Local artist and educator Rosa Zamora will return to curate this collection of memorial altars or ofrendas created by community residents and artists.

What is, “It’s All About Things”?
Dec 7, 2007 – Jan 12, 2008
An exhibition created around the concept of an info center.  The info center is broken down into two large spaces containing smaller info stalls that focus on different themes titled: For Sale, The Private Room, Future, The Happy Collectors, The Private Viewing Room, The Waiting Area and The Info Booth.  The installations incorporate art created by WPCA’s Hands-On youth participants.