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7 studios, 17 artists, and 1 fall weekend — Welcome to the Hidden Studios Art Tour 'Staying Connected', a virtual tour of working studios in the Stevens Point Area! This year, from your favorite comfy chair, head online to discover working artist studios for demonstrations and tours, get to know the artists with live meet & greets, and browse the online marketplace. Here are the top 4 things you need to know to get the most out of this once-a-year tour! 

Flooded with inspirations from local artists, downtown Stevens Point offers the perfect place to find a mix of culture and history told through various art forms. Read on to learn more about where to experience Stevens Point's own interactive art and hand-painted murals, then make it a day trip to see it for yourself!

Who would think that such beautiful furniture is made in a self-described "semi-derelict" old schoolhouse? Learn more about Graham Coulson's mid-century modern-styled furniture work, how he started his artistic journey, and where he is now. Keep reading to learn more about the artist Graham Coulson, and other local makers who call the Stevens Point Area home. 

“As we’ve traveled around, it seems like every show has at least a couple folks who come up and have a story or some connection to Stevens Point,” said Adam Greuel, guitarist and vocalist of the band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (HHG). Bluegrass band Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, known for their innumerable sold-out shows, three albums, and infectious energy is proud to come from Stevens Point, or as they lovingly call it Point-town!

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. 

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! 

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