Monthly Archives: April 2024

“Ask an Artist” at Dodge County Center for the Arts Free access to a local artist, just walk in and talk to a local artist! You may catch them drawing a sketch for a new work, trying a new technique or adding the final touches to a nearly finished piece 
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The DCCA has invested in the BD Area Community Foundation and has received benefits including a grant for a portion of our chair lift as well as future improvements to the building. These investments will continue to pay dividends for not only the DCCA but many other fine non-profit organizations 
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The Third Thursday of every month in 2024, from 1-2:30 pm, the Aging & Disability Resource Center and the DCCA will provide space for the SPARK! Program which provides an opportunity for those with early to mid-stage memory loss, dementia, and their care partners to enjoy art, culture, and nature 
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Join artists and volunteer Lucy Bertelsen as she instructs you on the art of origami paper and fabric butterflies. This unique class will be held in 20-30 minute segments.  No registration required. Feel free to drop in and meet Lucy and Mike and have some fun with origami. Each class 
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Wisconsin Arts & Peony Festival Contest! Join us as we celebrate the 4th Annual Wisconsin Arts & Peony Festival from June 7th-9th. In preparation, we’ll be featuring a peony art contest. Any Medium, Any Size!Be Creative! Registration is only $10 for DCCA members, and $25 for non-members. RULES All art 
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Back by popular demand! This art was created by psychologist in Russia named Pavel Piskarev.  This type of art can be used several ways such as a fun relaxing art activity or it can be helpful with being mindful of feelings as you draw and enjoy learning another art form. 
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We’re sorry, but this class is cancelled.  Stay tuned for more ideas in the future.
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Join the DCCA as we celebrate Earth Day 2024 We will be open from 10 am to 3 pm. You can see our artist gallery, our current show featuring the art of Steve Strassmann as well as our unique collaborative effort with the BDACT featuring Dust Bowl art to match 
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