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  • Kewaunee County Youth Art Month (YAM) 2022

    Youth Art Month 2022 in Kewaunee County Wisconsin

    ArtBeet: Promoting and supporting art in Kewaunee County since 2005 

    Each year, March is designated Youth Art Month (YAM) by the National Art Education Association (NAEA) when the creativity and talent of young people is honored in schools and communities throughout the country.

    In March of 2022, ArtBeet will be collaborating with local artists, educators and venues to bring YAM22, Kewaunee County’s first month-long celebration of the young creators and artists who live in our community. Individuals, businesses and organizations to join in.

    Download your copy of the schedule of events here.

    Current Schedule of Events

    All Month

    Kids Quilt Project

    Algoma Public Library
    406 Fremont St.
    Algoma, WI

     

    Youth Art Month Algoma Quilt Project

    Starting March 1, 2022, in honor of Youth Art Month and in partnership with Art Beet, Inc, children and families are invited to pick up a Quilting Kit at the Algoma Public Library.

    Kits will contain materials to create a paper version of a quilt block, information about quilting and it’s history, and more…

    Once the blocks are complete they can be brought back to the Algoma Public Library for display.

    Stop in at the Library throughout the month of March to watch our quilt grow!

     



    Visual Arts Exhibition For Artists Ages 12 – 17

     

     

    Steele Street Trading Co. & Gallery
    300 Steele Street Algoma, WI

    Opening Reception: Friday, March 4, 2022, 5 – 8PM
    Free and open to the public

     

     



    Visual Arts Exhibition For Artists Ages 12 – 17

     

    Ladybug Glass Studio & Gallery

    Ladybug Glass- Studio & Gallery
    219 Steele Street Algoma, WI

    Opening Reception: Friday, March 4, 2022, 5 – 8PM
    Free and open to the public

     

     



    Visual Arts Exhibition For Artists Ages 12 – 17

     

    Bay Shore Outfitters AlgomaBay Shore Outfitters
    219 StateStreet Algoma, WI

    Opening Reception: Friday, March 4, 2022, 5 – 8PM
    Free and open to the public

     

     


    Friday, March 4, 2022
    First Friday in Algoma, 5 – 8PM

    Free Ink FRIDAY! at Yonder
    5-8 pm

     

    Yonder
    321 Steele Street Algoma, WI 54201

     

    Free Ink Friday at Yonder Youth Art Month Algoma, WI

    Families are invited to create original, one of a kind monotype prints by exploring different surfaces, painting and inking techniques.

    These works of art can be hand rubbed or can be run through our etching press.

    All are welcome.

    This event is free to the public.

    Age 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult to participate.

     

     

    Opening Receptions: Visual Arts Exhibition For Artists Ages 12 – 17
    5 – 8PM

    Bay Shore Outfitters AlgomaLadybug Glass Studio & Gallery 

    • Bay Shore Outfitters 219 State St.
    • Ladybug Glass- Studio & Gallery  219 Steele St.
    • Steele Street Trading Co. & Gallery 300 Steele St.

     


     

    Friday, March 11, 2022

    Yardstick’s Literary Salon for Young Writers
    7 – 9PM

     

    Yardstick
    317 Steele Street Algoma, WI

     

    Yardstick Literary Salon YAM22
    Opportunity for young writers to share your stories, essays, poetry, skits etc. with a small, supportive audience in an atmospheric setting.

    Refreshments, giveaways and good company! Writers, readers and audience ages 14-17. Free.

    All are welcome.

    RSVP for Yardstick’s Literary Salon for Young Writers here.

     



    Sunday, March 13, 2022

    Youth Yoga Workshop
    2-4pm

     

    Roots Yoga and Healing
    417 Steele St Algoma, WI

     

    Roots Yoga & Healing Algoma, WI
    Join Roots Yoga & Healing for this interactive youth workshop!

    You’ll explore yoga poses, helpful breathing techniques, mindful movement, sample a yoga class, and learn about essential oils. Each participant will have the opportunity to create their own diy essential oil roller to take home.

    For ages 10 and up. Parental consent must be signed prior to class start time.

    $20/participant, ages 10 and up with signed parental consent

    Pre-registration required: rootsyogamindbody.com

     


     

    Saturday, March 19, 2022

    Photography Workshop with Patti Raine
    9-10am

     

    Bay Shore Outfiitters
    219 State St. Algoma, WI

    Patti Raine Photography
    Learn composition, natural lighting, editing and how to capture mood. Demonstrations include posing models and tips on product displays and landscape photography. Ages 12-17. Free. Email artbeetKC@gmail.com to register.

     

     

    Reading, Conversation and Activities with author Laura Anne Bird
    1 –  2:30pm

    Yardstick
    317 Steele Street Algoma, WI

    Author Laura Bird at Yardstick Books in Algoma, WIJoin Yardstick Books in celebrating Kewaunee County Youth Art Month with special guest, author Laura Anne Bird.

    This free event for middle grade students (ages 8-14) will feature a reading, conversation and activities relating to the book, CROSSING THE PRESSURE LINE.  Each participant will receive a free copy of the book and a snack.  Attendance is limited to 15 students and each should submit an RSVP.

    CROSSING THE PRESSURE LINE by debut author Laura Anne Bird, is a contemporary middle grade novel. In it, twelve-year-old Clare Burch has just lost the person she loves most in the world—and now she’s embarking on an unexpected summerlong journey from her home in Chicago to the Northwoods of Wisconsin. With nature as a dazzling backdrop, Clare must honor Grandpa Anthony’s last wishes while working through her feelings of grief and self-blame over his death.

    The story takes place in the fictional Alwyn, which is loosely based on real-life towns such as Boulder Junction and Minocqua, Wisconsin. Alwyn has all the lush, green beauty of the Northwoods, along with river otters, bears, snapping turtles, and eagles. The book encourages readers to keep their eyes, ears, and noses wide open so they don’t miss a thing. Bird explains, “My novel is about loving the outdoors and wildlife.  It’s about cultivating a sense of wonder and reverence for the natural world, which I believe is essential in these times of cell phones, social media, and virtual everything.”

    CROSSING THE PRESSURE LINE is about how we cope with loss and grief. It’s also about feeling strong and confident in one’s body, which is critically important during the often-volatile pre-pubescent years of a girl’s life. Notably, the book features non-traditional families and diverse characters, including internationally adopted children and same-sex couples. The author’s hope is that every child who reads CROSSING THE PRESSURE LINE can see themselves reflected in some way.

    ABOUT LAURA ANNE BIRD
    A Wisconsin native, Laura grew up in Wauwatosa and graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in English. After writing for various Wisconsin nonprofit organizations for more than twenty years, she made the leap to writing fiction.

    Laura lives in Madison with her husband, three teenagers, and rescue dog. When she’s not reading her way through a tall stack of library books, she loves to explore the outdoors, particularly in the Driftless Area and in northern Wisconsin.  Laura got the idea for Crossing the Pressure Line when her three teenagers were babies, and she developed the plot and characters over many years of folding laundry and carpooling kids around town. She’s currently working on her second novel, which will be a companion book to CROSSING THE PRESSURE LINE.

     


     

    Sunday, March 26, 2022

    Youth Art Month Printmaking Class
    9am-4pm

    Yonder
    321 Steele Street Algoma, WI
    (Pizza lunch will be provided)

    Printmaking at Yonder in Algoma, WIStudents ages 10 and up will spend a day in Yonder’s printmaking studio learning the art of creating a linocut relief print.  Participants will begin by learning what makes an ideal image for printing.

    Students will then use gouges to form their linocut, roll on ink and pull their original work of art using hand-rubbing techniques and our etching press.

    Yonder printmaker Don Krumpos will lead this class and inspire students by sharing his work as well as techniques and the importance of process in printmaking.

    $50 per student includes lunch and all necessary materials

    Due to space concerns this class is open to no more than 9 students.

    Register online https://printmaking.bpt.me/

    Open Mic Night
    6:30 – 9:30pm

    Robert Ray Gallery
    Lower Level
    520 Parkway St. Algoma, WI

    Youth Art Month Open Mic in Algoma, WI
    Youth ages 12 – 17 will have the opportunity to showcase their musical creativity and talent at YAM 2022’s Open Mic Night  at Robert Ray Gallery.

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