The Rock County Historical Society's Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center presents a year long program to educate the public about the area's food history while helping area food pantries. The program includes an exhibit, events, and a website offering multimedia galleries, free recipes and healthy eating tips related to Rock County's food traditions. Each month will see a new food focus, and local individuals, families and food businesses are invited to share their cultural and signature culinary creations. See website for hours.
Rider and photographer Josh Kurpius’ work reveals the many contradictions embedded within his experiences on the road with friends; quiet reflections among the noise of vintage choppers, broken-down standstills after rolling with the throttle wide open for miles, camaraderie while surrounded by the solitude and emptiness of the endless horizon. A sense of timelessness runs throughout the photographs. References in the images look just as plausibly 1970s as they do modern, from the riders and their bikes to the landscape.
Taken during a series of road trips, Josh’s photos not only expose the beauty of America, but the beauty that can be captured in off-moments-those that he regularly finds himself wrapped up in. Often, the moment reveals itself in the most serendipitous way. The machines Josh and his friends ride can only go so far without refueling or needing a repair. While riding across the country, they find themselves stopping in places one might barely notice if they were in a car, or even on a new bike. Josh’s expressive images capture his friend’s reactions to the situation or to what is being seen. The prospect of missing that one moment, both from the perspective of experiencing it and the possibilities of catching it on film, lures Josh back to the road.
More than thirty original photographs by Josh Kurpius will be on display. Living Lost runs from January 17, 2014 through May 18, 2014.
Large-scale group exhibition of contemporary sculptural and functional clay art works.
Racine Art Museum is open daily except Monday. 262-638-8300 or visit www.ramart.org
Exhibition of contemporary artists who use shiny materials, such as lustre glazes and gold, in combination with earthy media like clay.
Racine Art Museum (RAM) is open daily except Monday. 262-638-8300 or visit www.ramart.org
You can go home again, but you never know what you'll find! Racine Theatre Guild presents this comedy for your enjoyment.
Visit www.racinetheatre.org or call 262-633-4218 for tickets and show times.
See the innovative works of seven artists, all of whom work in clay. The ArtSpace Gallery is open 12-4 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Free admission.
Performances on Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm. Sunday performances at 2:00 pm. Saturday performances offer an optional dinner catered by Elsberry's Edibles.
In this classic mystery by Fredrick Knott, a sinister con man and his two partners meet their match in a blind housewife. Presented by Janesville Little Theatre.
For information or tickets, visit the Janesville Performing Arts Center website or call (608) 758-0297.
Fruit, cheese, meats, vegetables, flowers, plants, baked goods, crafts, art and more! Saturdays May through October.
Fresh produce, baked goods, crafts, etc. The Rock County Farmers Market was started to create a market in the center of Rock County on Sundays from May through October. This not only gives vendors another selling day, it gives the rest of us another day to go marketing. And for those of us that work on Saturdays, a day to FINALLY get to the market! Call 608-314-6721 for more information.
Juried fine arts fair presents 80 artists from around the country exhibiting works in a variety of media. Live music, and entertainment, silent auction and children's activities make this a must see event
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