The Beaver Dam Area Arts Association is hosting their Second Annual Fall Driving Art Tour this weekend. It’s a two-day event, held in conjunction with Waupun Fine Arts and the Duck Creek Arts Guild, and wraps up today. There are sixteen locations including art centers, artist co-ops, and private art studios rarely open to the public. The Association’s Executive Director Karla Jensen says the self-guided art tour is free and participants can choose any stops they want to go to in any order. The art locations are in Dodge, Columbia, Green Lake and Fond du Lac counties and are open 9am to 5pm. The tour includes the Horicon Marsh International Educational Center, Knitty Gritty Fiber Arts Shop outside of Horicon, Hohenstein’s Stained Glass in Juneau, The Seippel Arts Center in Beaver Dam, Twisted Sisters shop in Beaver Dam, Black Waters Coffee in Beaver Dam, Sunny Point Studio between Beaver Dam and Randolph, Robert Breneman Studio in Rio, the Duck Creek Arts Guild exhibit in Cambria, High Street Studio in Randolph, Mitzi Soldner Studio in Fox Lake, Marsh Haven Nature Center in Waupun, Gerri Buteyn Studio in Brandon, Terry Haberger and Grand River Pottery Studios in Markesan. Jensen says many of the artists will have demonstrations. A map with directions, contact information and a brief explanation of each artist can be obtained from the Seippel Arts Center in Beaver Dam at any Dodge Central Credit Union location.
For more information contact Karla Jensen, BDAAA Executive Director, at (920) 885-3635 or email [email protected]