The Link Gallery is a unique exhibition space connecting the Door Community Auditorium to the adjacent Gibraltar Area Schools. The Link provides a space for exhibits that explore ideas in the humanities, the creative arts, history, the sciences, the world around us and the world beyond.
Photography of Jim Rossol. Also featured, Reformations by John Whitney.
Dates: August 4 – 27
Door County, Its Land and Water features approximately 30 quilts depicting the richness of Door County. Among the subjects are landscapes, water scenes, wildflowers and wildlife, and the county’s abundance of agricultural products.
The Trillium Quilt Guild has been part of the Door art scene for more than 16 years. The Guild’s recent projects have included donating quilts to Sister Bay’s Centennial, the Neighbor to Neighbor organization, victims of Hurricane Sandy, the Cancer Center at DCMH, and the Quilts of Valor project.
Trillium Quilt Guild’s regularly scheduled exhibitions have included a collaboration with Door County Poets that resulted in two exhibitions and a publication, as well as shows at the Fairfield Gallery, the Link Gallery, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Gallery, the Corner of the Past Museum, the Scandia Village Gallery, and The Ridges Sanctuary’s Invitational Show celebrating its 75th Anniversary. Quilts by individual members have been juried into shows at the Hardy Gallery and the prestigious Quilt Expo in Madison.
Pictured: “The Flight of the Dragonflies” by Fran Burton of Ephraim, is a modern depiction of the endangered Hein’s Emerald Dragonfly, which is found almost exclusively in Door County.
Dates: August 29 thru October 18
Follow the 45-year journey to Northern Sky Theater… the evolution from a small 1970s troupe of folk enthusiasts singing on a sparsely-used stage to one of the major professional theatres in the Midwest, winning the Governor’s Award for Arts, Culture & Heritage, and attracting over 45,000 loyal fans each year.