WDCC Members at Third Ward Gallery Night
The Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council is partnering up with the Hudson Business + Lounge to present the diverse work of 11 WDCC artist members:
Ian Sustar of Sustar Woodworks - Wood Furniture
Faith Givings of Faith Ann Originals - Ceramics
Michael Thee and Mary Whoglemuth- Flow Studio Jewelry
Marla Morris-Kennedy - Art Quilts
Thomas Pscheid - Photography
Joyce Czernicki - Felt PinsLynne Oehlke - LJO Creations Jewelry
John Bowers - JBC Pottery
Brian Breider - Ceramic Sculpture
Jen Loberg - Scarred for Life Bags - Leather accessories
The Historic Third Ward is Milwaukee's Arts and Fashion District. It offers the city's most dynamic array of restaurants, spas, theaters, galleries, and boutiques. The neighborhood was named a Top 12 ArtPlace in 2013. Hudson is located at the heart of the Third Ward on the corner of Buffalo and Broadway.
Food and Beverages will be for sale at the cafe.
Entry for the WDCC 2020 Biennial Members Exhibition, “Makers and Masters...Tradition in Transition” is open to all members, be they Master Craft Artists with decades of experience, new Makers at the beginning of their creative evolution, or mature members devoting more time to their creative passions after leaving other careers.
Applications will be accepted through October 31. Notification of accepted works will be sent by the end of November Application fee: $25 for up to three entries.
This is a juried exhibition. Artwork entered must be original, crafted by the artist and not shown in a previous WDCC Biennial or Plymouth Arts Center exhibition.
Complete Prospectus is available at: https://www.wdcc.org/Biennial-Members-Exhibition
Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council 3900 West Brown Deer Road, Suite A PMB 130 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209