Check out the new issue of EntrepreNews to catch up on the news here at the Racine Business Center. This issue features an interview with Jim Springer of Everlite on the 2nd floor.
Don't miss the 22nd Annual Studio Open House at 16th Street Studios in the Racine Business Center, December 2nd from 11am - 4pm! 16th Street Studio is the creative home to over 60 artists, as well as the Gallery on 16th.
Start your holiday shopping with unique art and gifts from three floors of artists and artisans. Chez Bob's Cafe will be open during the house, so make a day out of it!
When: Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 - 11am - 4pm
Where: 1405 16th Street, Racine, Wisconsin 53403
Stop by the Gallery on 16th for the opening reception of our Fall exhibit. As always, you can view and purchase great art from the artists of 16th Street Studios!
The opening reception is on Thursday, September 21, 2017 from 4-7pm. Refreshments will be provided.
Please join us for our new show By Chance at Gallery on 16th Thursday, May 18 at 6:00-9:00pm. Megan Dorsey, our UW-Parkside gallery intern, has developed and organized this show as a culmination of her work with us this semester. Twenty six artists from 16thSt. Studios are participating.
Gallery on 16th is located on the second floor at Racine Business Center, 1405 & 1515 16th St. Refreshments will be served.
Chance is an inescapable phenomenon every human experiences regardless of race, sex, or socioeconomic background. Chance is inevitable. I am interested in ways people attempt to avoid or accept the inevitable. This exhibition seeks to embrace and reclaim the unpredictability of life through artistic expression. The concept will be explored by letting chance dictate art. Methods like unconventional mark making, expressionism, photography, and other mediums are encouraged. The art need not be “abstract” but incorporate the concept of chance and spontaneity.
We hope to see you there!
Don't miss the Get Behind the Arts Studio Tour this weekend, April 29th & 30th! On Saturday you will be able to visit dozens of artists under one roof here at 16th Street Studios in the Racine Business Center, 1405 16th Street in Racine. Many artists will have work for sale, and some will be offering demonstrations.
The 7th annual Get Behind the Arts Studio Tour offers a great opportunity to visit artist studios and creative spaces throughout Racine and Kenosha. The 16th Street Studios in the Racine Business Center is home to over 60 artists!
Friday, April 28th, 6-10pm - Free Preview Party at 314 Sixth Street in downtown Racine
Saturday, April 29th - 11am-5pm - Racine Studio Tour
Sunday, April 30th - 11am-5pm - Kenosha Studio Tour
For more information, visit: https://getbehindthearts.org
Gallery on 16th intern Megan Dorsey made this great video interview of our own Jerry Belland in his studio at 16th Street Studios in the Racine Arts & Business Center.
Channeling abstract vibes in the gallery today.
Sculpture: Bradford Lee "Roca Blanca"
Mixed Media set of 4: Maureen Fritchen "What Came My Way-Water St."
Painting: Christopher Johns "Stage Whisper"
Check out the new issue of EntrepreNews to catch up on the news here at the Racine Business Center. This issue features an interview with filmmaker Peter O'Keefe at OKPete Productions on the 2nd floor.
Please join us, Gallery on 16th and 16th St. Studios, for Peter O’Keefe’s Emmy award winning documentary, Dreaming in Public, at the Golden Rondelle on Thursday, April 20th at 7:00pm.
We’re very excited for this premiere screening. Peter and the artists featured in the film will be on hand for a Q & A after the screening.
This is free and open to the public, but reservations are necessary.
About the movie:
Dreaming In Public follows two artists as they struggle to make art and make a living in the middle of 'flyover country' Indiana. Both Jake and Kay have achieved solid reputations in the art world and their work is widely collected and exhibited. In spite of that success, earning a living from their art continues to be the biggest challenge they face. We follow them as they make art and discuss their work. They talk about their partnership, their families, and their careers as artists. The visual style reflects their work: bold, lyrical and evocative, revealing the impressive range and quality of their artistic output.