Join us in the Downtown Dubuque Cultural Corridor for our annual Fall Into Art Gallery tour!
Annually, Dubuque Main Street coordinates with the Downtown Dubuque Cultural Corridor Galleries!
Carnegie-Stout Public Library
360 W. 11th Street
Art @ your Library® features painter and sculpture Jon Little, painter and ink drawer Miles Turner, painter Leah Steed, and pop-surrealist painter Erica Wilson. This young group of local artists offers both contemporary art along with a more specific Gods and Monsters theme. Meet the artists, enjoy live music, and refreshments.
563.589.4225 | www.dubuque.lib.ia.us
Off-Site Exhibit | 2204 Central Avenue Corridor
Clarke University offers a comprehensive undergraduate art program with BA and BFA degrees in studio art, graphic design, art education, and art history. This exhibition will showcase a variety of student work.
563.588.6300 | www.clarke.edu
Creative Adventure Lab
210 Jones Street #100
…is helping people of all ages discover, strengthen and apply creative thinking and innovation skills.
We engage in this work because we want to see a community brimming with creative capacity, full of creative thinkers and innovators.
563.607.5366 | creativeadventurelab.org
Dubuque Area Arts Collective
375 Bluff Street
The DAAC is committed to encourage creative expression and empower developing artist. Featuring Brad Fautsch, a Dubuque artist and art educator, “New Flesh” represents several years of exploration of the media of ceramic and mixed media sculpture, drawing, painting, and collage.
Dubuque Museum of Art
701 Locust Street
Established in 1874, the Dubuque Museum of Art is Iowa’s oldest cultural institution. Located in the heart of downtown, the Museum’s permanent collection reflects 20th Century American art with an emphasis on mid-American Regionalism.
563.557.1851 | www.dbqart.com
Float and Fly Wellness Studio
1344 Locust Street
Art of the Float. Local artists were given two float sessions and a blank canvas. What happened next is pure awesomeness! Float inspired art on display along with a tour of the studio.
563.585-1227 | www.floatandflywellnessstudio.com
Key City Creative Center
1781 White Street
KCCC is a collaborative workspace for artists and entrepreneurs. Members have 24/7 access to a variety of tools and equipment including woodworking, metal fabrication, arts and crafts, CNC technology, and computers with a variety of software. We also provide private studio/work space.
Outside the Lines Art Gallery
1101 Main Street
Open all year round offering fine art and high craft by top local, regional and national artists. Dubuque artist Stephanie Failmezger will be demonstrating her bead mosaic technique throughout the evening.
563.583.9343 | www.otlag.com
62 E 7th Street
Paintings by Kay Hartung | Local artist Kay Hartung’s oil paintings focus on moments from Native American Pow Wows and scenes from wildlife.
900 Jackson Street, Ste. LL3
Studio Works is a non-profit organization offering quality studio space for artists and creative professionals. Come visit the studios, meet the artists and take in the unique surroundings and creativity.
University of Dubuque
Off Site Exhibit | 1902 Central Avenue Corridor
The emergence of the “selfie” has, perhaps unsurprisingly, coincided with the wider surge of interest in the genre of self-portraiture, which sometimes seems the defining trait of our contemporary culture. Why do self-portraits still seem compelling to both artists and viewers alike? There might just be a hint of our students’ evolving identity in these images.
563.589.3717 | www.dbq.edu
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Off Site Exhibit | 1896 Central Avenue Corridor
The Art Program and UW-Platteville offers BFA and BA degrees, stressing the development of a broad working knowledge in studio art, graphic design and art education. The exhibit showcases work from students in these areas.
608.342.1442 | www.uwplatt.edu
Stay tuned for 2019 details!
Thanks to the Committee:
Jessie Rebik, Clarke University
Greg Nelson, University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Connie Twining, Outside the Lines Gallery
Susan Price, The Smokestack
Andrew Katrichis, U.S. Bank
Michaela Freiburger, Dubuque Main Street