Last July, the cast and crew of Around the Corner with John McGivern quietly worked their way through the communities in the Stevens Point Area. Along the way, they talked with locals and visited as many places as their ambitious schedule allowed. What were they looking for?
Nothing pairs more perfectly with music like warm sunshine and beautiful water views. This year the LevittAMP Music Series in Stevens Point, Wisconsin brought live music to Pfiffner Pioneer Park (along the river in Downtown Stevens Point) for 12 free concerts.
When you think of a co-op, you don't necessarily equate it with the arts and culture scene. And, in
Think the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is only for students to explore? Think again.
Everyone is welcome to explore the Edna Carlsten Art Gallery, housed on the second level of the Noel Fine Arts Center. The gallery regularly exhibits work by noted regional, national, and international artists and designers. Open throughout the year, when school is in session, the gallery displays a wide variety of mediums as well as a number of permanent collections. Never been on campus? Check out this virtual tour of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, including a stop at the Noel Fine Arts Center on campus.
In this Stevens Point Area Arts Spotlight we highlight the Stevens Point Sculpture Park.
What happens when you mix natural resources, outdoor recreation and arts and culture in the Stevens Point Area? The Stevens Point Sculpture Park!
If you’re looking to catch some live music, there’s plenty of opportunities and variety in the Stevens Point area. Here’s what’s coming up the next week:
In this Stevens Point Area Arts Spotlight we highlight CREATE portage county.
CREATE portage county makes creativity central to everything they do.
How much do you know about the Stevens Point Area's growing arts and culture scene? In this edition of the WTMJ Travel Wisconsin Show, Melissa Sabel and John Mecure talk about all about Arts and Culture in central Wisconsin.