2016 Dane Arts Poster
Judy Patenaude, Hide 'n Seek 1: 1-Green Heron 2-cranes and 1-Turtle
2016 Dane Arts calendar June: Summer in Dane County
Rebeca Israel, oil painting 9"x12"
Dane Arts Mural Arts Project Midwest Story Lab photo
Lindbergh Elementary School Mural

 


 

2016 Dane Arts Poster

The 2016 Dane Arts Poster is now available for pick up here at the Dane County Executive Office (210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Room #421 Madison, WI 53703).  Stop by anytime between 8am - 4:30pm, Monday-Friday.

Donations are accepted.


 

The Shining Lights

The Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission 2016 calendar, The Shining Lights, is available for purchase. Visit our Calendar Page for more information on purchasing the 2016 calendar.


 

The Arts Mean Business

Read The Americans for the Arts publication on the top ten reasons to support the arts here: The Arts Mean Business.



Dane Arts Mural Arts (DAMA) Project

We've launched a new mural project and you can read more about our work at www.daneartsmuralarts.org.

Thank you to the Madison Community Foundation for its generous seed support for DAMA and The Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.


 

Keep up with Dane Arts!

Find out what's going on at Dane Arts, learn about Dane Arts funded programs and projects, get information on workshops, grant opportunities, and calls for art. We would love for you to stay connected with us!

February 2016 Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bSkeIb
January 2016 Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/bKN0nz
(Photo credit: Kanopy Dance-February 2016 performance)

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Support Dane Arts' grants!

The Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission awards several types of grants to local artists and arts & cultural organizations. Funding is provided through both public and private donations and every dollar can help art, culture, and history continue to thrive in Dane County.