As a master of the technique of light painting, John Hartman's work uses artificial light, adding a unique sense of depth, dimension, and detail. Learn more about how Hartman began his journey in the Stevens Point Area and jump-started his career as a professional photographer in 1974. Read ahead to learn more about local makers who call the Stevens Point Area home here.
Category - Arts & Culture
Looking for kid-sized fun this winter in the Stevens Point Area? Use our Kids Guide to Winter Fun to find cool things to do from indoor activities at Putt-n-Play or the Central Wisconsin Children's Museum to outdoor fun at Iverson Park or Schmeeckle Reserve.
In the Stevens Point Area, public art takes many shapes and sometimes it goes BIG. Whether you are an art fanatic or just want to spend a day with the family, there are many locations in and around Stevens Point to explore. Make sure to bring a camera on your trip—you won’t want to forget this art!
Get rid of your winter blues and brighten up your world! The UWSP Department of Theatre and Dance is hosting its annual Arts Bash, an over-the-top evening of visual art, design, dance and theatre. Want to know more? Read ahead for everything you need to know before you attend!
Ready to ring in the New Year? Let the Stevens Point Area play host. Whether you're looking to dance
Looking for a way to get in the spirit this holiday season? Hear about creative ways to spend the holidays in the Stevens Point Area with everything from skating rinks to shopping to local snacks and sips. Learn more as guest host Jane Matenaer and the Travel Wisconsin show on WTMJ Radio discuss where to find seasonal fun in the Stevens Point Area with Melissa Sabel.
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 10 free concerts. The events welcomed listeners young and old and hosted artists playing live music from a wide variety of genres including; folk, blues, latin, soul, Americana, rock pop, and even a fusion of bluegrass and hip hop.
Each year, Tinsel Trail kicks off the Holiday season in the Stevens Point Area as one of the best spots to browse and buy holiday arts and crafts for gifts, goodies, and more! But, before you head out for this year's Tinsel Trail on Sunday, November 24 at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Convention Center, here are four things you should know before getting ready to shop!