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Paint the Town Up & Down

Downtown Chippewa Falls & Heyde Center for the Arts
Stroll through our beautiful downtown and enjoy art demos and music, in-store specials, and beer sampling before taking a horse drawn wagon ride up to the Heyde Center for the Arts to enjoy a fine arts experience and meet local artists. The Heyde Center will be hosting a juried art show featuring artists from around the midwest on Friday and Saturday. There is no cost for admission to the art exhibits.‚Äč

Chippewa Falls Main Street

Art Opening Reception: "WOVEN " TheRiverHaze Collection

The Volume One Gallery Located inside the Local Store at the Volume One World Headquarters, 205 N. Dewey St. Eau Claire, 54703
Join us for an opening reception for local artist Heidi Haubrich's gallery show, "WOVEN" - handwoven one of a kind tapestries. Heidi uses blends of fibers such as natural sheep wool, jute, recycled plastic bags, acrylic and cotton yarns and more. These weavings add a fun textural element to your walls and are also beautiful, standalone art pieces.

Lindsey 7155520457

Janet Carson Gallery

Eau Claire Regional Arts Center every MTWF from 9 a.m. to 430 p.m. and every TH from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m May 19th-June 30th 2017
Beth Stoddard & Hope Greene
Elegance & Simplicity

Rose Dollan-Neil,7158322787,

Janet Carson gallery

Eau Claire Regional Arts Center
Anne-Bridgette Gary & Richard Milheiser
Color & Clay

Rose Dollan-Neil,7158322787,

Janet Carson Gallery

Eau Claire Regional Arts Center Every MTW & F from 9 a.m. to 4 30 p.m. Every TH from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. September 30th - November 11th
Dale Luthy & Mark Blaskey
Metal People, Metal Places

Rose Dollan-Neil, 7158322787,

Janet Carson Gallery

Eau Claire Regional Arts Center
Confluence of Art Biennial
showcasing the work of artists from across the Midwest

Rose Dollan-Neil, 7158322787,

Solstice onGrand Art Faire

Jun 18, 2011 9 am-5 pm

Cook-Rutledge Mansion , 505 W Grand Ave., Chippewa Falls
3rd annual Solstice on The event is co-hosted by the Valley Art Association and the Cook-Rutledge Mansion. This family friendly event will include 40+ regional artists, music, food/beverage concessions, Mansion tours, youth activity. This event is free and open to the public.

Mansion Curator, 715-723-7181