The 53rd JFAA Annual Art show features a wide range of original artwork in various disciplines created by artists from around the region. The show will be juried for prizes by artist Owen William Fritts. Be sure to get your vote in for the People’s Choice Award.Find out more
Using high-resolution projections, live multi-layer playback technology, and stage lighting, Murnane will project massive images on the wall in the Hansen Arts Park. These images were collected through the ice and reveal his reflections and feelings from years of ice fishing with his father, as he wondered what was going on through the hole as well as in his own life.Find out more
Be a performing artist for a day! Saturday, August 26 from 10:00 – 11:30 am Cash prizes will be awarded.
Contact Sally Jeppson ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for more details and to register. Free to participate. Contest will begin August 26th at 10:00 am in the Hansen Arts Park during the Downtown ArtSpark festival.
Mozart’s The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte) is one of his last works and an opera full of wonder, fantasy, and enchantment. A sensation since its debut in Vienna in 1791, it is a microcosm of Mozart’s mature genius. Classes will give listeners a fuller understanding of the story (libretto), the music, Mozart as man and composer, and the era in which it was created.Find out more
The 10 MANHATTAN SHORT finalists hail from nine countries with films from Syria, Latvia and Georgia representing their respective countries for the first time in this event. Two short films hail from Spain, the only country with multiple Final 10 selections. These Final 10 short films represent the best short films among a record 1615 submissions from 75 countries received by MANHATTAN SHORT for 2017, testimony to the enduring vibrancy and creativity of short films. This year's Final 10 represent an extraordinary range of film genres with comedy, drama, horror, sci-fi, animation and martial arts short films all part of the MANHATTAN SHORT program.Find out more
Paris was the undisputed capitol of arts and culture throughout the 19th Century. With artists like Monet, Chopin, Hugo, Delacroix, Berlioz and Dumas making the city their home, Paris of that time boasted what is probably the greatest concentration of artists of genius the world has ever known. Learn about Parisian art and artists of the period as well as the tumultuous history of a city that shaped an epoch unique in the annals of history.Find out more