The purpose of Arts Events, Incorporated is to promote and produce festivals and events that create a vision of the community as a place to enjoy artistic, cultural, and educational activities that enhance the quality of life in the area and that contribute significantly to tourism and economic development.
The Art Studio Tour features open artisans' studios providing a rare, intimate view of the artists and their work during the creative process. During the three day event visitors can explore art studios, learn how art is made, and buy art in a relaxed atmosphere. Many of the studios are open only for this event. You will be able to visit charming studios throughout the greater Green Bay area and the lakeshore. The free self-guided tour is designed so you can plan your own route.
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Presenting an eclectic display of the arts, Arti Gras is held annually at Shopko Hall on the first weekend in February. The fine arts festival offers patrons a chance to view and purchase the works of 100 artists and craftpersons from throughout the Midwest. Exhibited for sale will be original works representing various media.
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For 27 years Bayfest has entertained millions. And, the rich tradition of the festival continues downtown Green Bay along the banks of the historic Fox River at the Leicht Memorial Park festival grounds. Northeastern Wisconsin’s largest food and music festival puts a spotlight on the rich cultural heritage and diversity of the community. International Bayfest presents continuous entertainment on four stages, a carnival, an array of food, children’s activities, a world market, boat parade, fireworks and sports arena, all with an international flavor.
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Celebrate the arts in the streets of downtown Green Bay and be part of the excitement as the 27th annual Artstreet event takes stage. The event will showcase 200 visual artists from throughout the country exhibiting for sale original works. Performing arts will be highlighted on three stages featuring a blend of jazz, blues, classical, dance and theater.
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