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April 18, 2018 In The News | When You Go | Opportunities | Subscribe/Unsubscribe Please "like" the Arts Board on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. April is National Poetry Month.

QUOTE(S) OF THE DAY "At the end of your life, you will never regret not having passed one more test, not winning one more verdict or not closing one more deal. You will regret time not spent with a husband, a friend, a child, or a parent." ? Barbara Bush "My mother would always tell us if you really want it, don't dream small dreams, dream big dreams." ? Vel Phillips "Poetry is a deal of joy and pain and wonder, with a dash of the dictionary." ? Kahlil Gibran "To love what you do and feel that it matters --- how could anything be more fun?" ? Katharine Graham "If you lose the power to laugh, you lose the power to think." ? Clarence Darrow "This is not the most right I've ever been." ? Paul Reiser

VIDEO(S) OF THE DAY North Side artist Evelyn Terry curates `little gem' gallery Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service Sunday Morning Spotlight: Dave Fantle & Hollywood's Heyday CBS 58

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NEW NCN Articles of Interest | April 13, 2018 National Creativity Network

NEW Wisconsin Arts Board Town Meeting ? La Crosse April 23 from 5:30 AM - 7:30 PM The Main Theatre Lobby of the Fine Arts Center at Viterbo University 929 Jackson St, La Crosse, WI (Parking Lot A on Jackson St.)

Curator & Arts Education Coordinator Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts Until Filled

Job Opportunity: Education Coordinator John Michael Kohler Arts Center Deadline: Until Filled

2018 Rural Summit Wisconsin Rural Partners April 18 - 19

Arts Business Research Symposium 2018: The Future of Creative Placemaking In Higher Ed 2.0 Bolz Center for Arts Administration April 19 ? 21

Job Announcement: Arts Project Coordinator City of Milwaukee Deadline: April 23

NEW Who Will Win the 2018 Musical Theater Songwriting Challenge? National Endowment for the Arts April 23

How to Apply | Arts Midwest Touring Fund Arts Midwest Deadline: April 25

Submit The Quill First Draft Deadline: May 7

AIA Wisconsin 2018 Conference on Architecture AIA Wisconsin May 9 ? 10

Photo Gallery: Backline Musician Program Ready to Rock Milwaukee Urban Milwaukee Submissions Accepted June 4 ? 29

Annual Conference Americans for the Arts June 15 - 17 | Denver

Join the worldwide celebration of music on June 21! Make Music Day June 21

Milwaukee Film now accepting entries for 2018 Festival The Milwaukee Independent Deadline: June 25

Entries sought for Wisconsin Wild Turkey, Pheasant and Waterfowl Stamp design contests Weekly News | Wisconsin DNR Deadline: July 16

Arts Midwest Conference Arts Midwest September 5 ? 8 | Indianapolis

Wisconsin Science Festival 2018 Wisconsin Science Festival October 11 - 14


Visual Arts/Museums

18-foot-tall bronze Sculpture Milwaukee piece will be permanently installed outside City Hall Milwaukee Record

Piece of history found within walls of western Wisconsin bar KMSP

Arts and Creativity in Education

Lawrence University To Pay Tuition For Students Who Can't Wisconsin Public Radio

Wild Rose Art & Design Team competes at Regional Competition Waushara Argus

La Crosse area middle school students show their creativity at annual Science and Math Expo La Crosse Tribune

Community Arts

Wisconsin Civil Rights Leader Vel Phillips, 94, Dies Wisconsin Public Radio


Bayfield Carnegie Library makes top five in state Ashland Daily Press (subscription required)

Tracy K. Smith, America's Poet Laureate, Is a Woman With a Mission The New York Times

Media Arts

Wisconsin Public Radio draws on station talent to spice up weekend sound Current

NPR Newscaster Carl Kasell Dies At 84, After A Lifelong Career On-Air NPR

The war between Cannes and Netflix keeps getting uglier.

Performing Arts


Contestants set in La Crosse Symphony Orchestra Conductor Wannabe contest La Crosse Tribune Vote through June 5

Kendrick Lamar Shakes Up the Pulitzer Game: Let's Discuss The New York Times

Special report: how music is transforming the lives of children in Uganda gramophone.co.uk


Pablo Budget Has $8.9m Shortfall, but There's a Plan to Get the Extra Funds Volume One Magazine

Country USA in Oshkosh will be a three-day festival in 2019 Appleton Post-Crescent


Northern Sky Theater offers free tickets to Door County school students Door County Advocate

Courtroom Drama: Producer Offers to Stage Disputed `Mockingbird' for Judge The New York Times


Have you added your event to Portal Wisconsin?

Visual Arts/Museums

Joseph Nease Gallery: Photography Exhibition and Art Film opening in Galleries A and B Business North Exhibits open April 21

Algoma businesses host second annual Art of Water The Kewaunee Comet May 4, 5; Through May

Get crafty at Cattywampus Design Ongoing

Arts and Creativity in Education

Varsity Band concert back for 44th year, celebrates Camp Randall's Centennial The Badger Herald April 19 ? 21

Different kind of 'Cinderella' debuts Thursday at Portage High School Portage Daily Register April 20 ? 22

Wausau East End Players to present 'Sweeney Todd' April 20-22 Wausau Daily Herald April 20 ? 22

Sturgeon Bay to produce 'Mary Poppins: The Broadway Musical' Door County Advocate April 25 ? 28

Groove for Thought returns to UWMC Vocal Jazz Festival Wausau Pilot & Review April 26, 27

Oconomowoc High School Players present Shakespeare's `As You Like It' Milwaukee Journal Sentinel May 3 ? 5

Community Arts

YP Week kicks off in Green Bay Green Bay Press Gazette April 21 ? 29

Wausau to honor Earth Day with tree dedication, dancers, electric cars Wausau Daily Herald April 22

YPWeek Wausau events: Drone races, home brewing, networking and more Wausau Daily Herald April 23 ? 28

Driftless Wisconsin to host Spring Kickoff April 26 Vernon County Broadcaster April 26

Plymouth Arts Center Singers present spring concert | Arts Notes Sheboygan Press Various

Manitowoc events: New downtown comedy festival tops list Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter Various

Media Arts

Milwaukee PBS Hosts Public Screening and Community Discussion of Stanley Nelson's New Film `Tell Them We Are Rising' Urban Milwaukee April 26

Performing Arts


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