The Attic Corner has a history of supporting the arts, and has made our art wall available to artists who wish to display their work. We especially like to offer this opportunity to new, emerging artists who have had limited display exposure.
“I have enjoyed my experience displaying here and am so thankful for the opportunity. It really is so nice to have a place like this in town, and the fact you have such a lovely space (with great lighting) to share with artists is very special and I thank you for that! I feel very lucky to have crossed paths with you guys!” Local artist Nicole Jolly, on display July-September 2017, and December 2018-January 2019!
If you are interested in booking an exhibition at the Attic, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org! We are always looking for unique and engaging artwork to display, be it paintings, photography, sketches, etchings, or other media types which would be displayed well by being hung on a wall. We are currently adding artists to a waiting list, to be scheduled in 2022-2023, or fill in as needed if a previously scheduled show has to be cancelled or moved.
Looking for more art opportunities in the Green Bay area? Check with our friends at SAGE!
Our next featured artist is a local educator and nationally board certified art therapist. She has worked with students of all ages in a variety of settings, including Green Bay Area Public Schools and the Art Garage.
With her own art-making, Rakow-Weist loves to explore a variety of media tools, and is passionate about color, shape, and light levels.
Learn more about her professional endeavors as an art therapist and view some of her beautiful art, now through the new year!
January – February 2021: Blind Date with a Book
March – April 2021: Kim Jankowski
May – June 2021: Chelle Diederich
Artwork is not the business, or indeed in anyway the responsibility, of the Attic. The Attic staff screens every artist’s work before it hangs on our art wall, ensuring it will be a good fit for our cafe culture and all of our customers to see and admire. The Attic reserves the right to determine what goes on the art wall, and what stays on the art wall.