The Manito Art League is dedicated to the development and appreciation of the visual, creative and performing arts by means of demonstrations, exhibits and financial scholarships. Donations from our patrons are devoted primarily to scholarships.
2014 Art Show
July 13 - July 20, 2014 at the Community Building in Manitowish Waters, WI.
Patron Preview - Wednesday July 15, 2014 5-8 P.M. A reception for Patrons, Artists, Members and Scholarship Recipients.
Thursday, July 17 A.M. - 5 P.M. Friday, July 18 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. Saturday, July 19 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Sunday, July 20 9 A.M. - 2 P.M.
2014 Manito Workshops
The Manito Art League offers monthly workshops from May through October. They are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. (Free to Members and $10 for non-members.) They include programs offered by members and guest artists and cover a wide variety of interests. We meet the first Wednesday of the month at the Manitowish Waters Community Center on Hwy 51 (Bring a lunch if you want!) PLEASE CONTACT THE ARTIST FOR REGISTRATION!
Any questions you may have about being a member, a Patron, an artist for the show or about our workshops, can be addressed to: ManitoArtLeague@gmail.com.
How you can be involved as an artist, member or patron....
The Art Show - To participate as an Artist in our show, send an e-mail requesting an application to: Jane Schmaltz at email@example.com or click and print the application from our 'Applications' page.
Join as a Member - To become a Member of the Manito Art League, click and print the membership form from our 'Applications' page.
Support the League as a Patron - To become a Patron of the Manito Art League, click and print the Patron's form from our 'Applications' page.
(All applications are available for printing by clicking on the specific application below. A link will appear to the left and click again to open the form. These are printable! If you have any problems or questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will e-mail you the form you need!)
The Manito Art League was founded in November 1965 as an organization dedicated to the development and appreciation of the visual arts. In 1979 this was expanded to include creative and performing arts. In 1976, The Manito Art League organized the first Arts and Crafts Show which was part of the July 4th celebration in Manitowish Water.
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