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Cringe Night

We’ve all been through adolescence. And, most of us have the diaries, bad poetry, and saved notes passed in Math class to prove it. Dig yours out and come share aloud your (unintentionally) hilarious and genuine teenage notions. Hosted by local author, June Melby, there will be lots of laughing and hey, it’s cheaper than therapy!!

On view February 6 - March 27: Works by Jeremy Marlow

Poetry Slam

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The ArtHaus Poetry Slam is a not-to-be-missed Decorah event, welcoming anyone to participate.  Emceed by local celebrities, spotlighting a select featured artist, and welcoming all to participate in the non-competitive “Original Voices,” (3 minutes or less of your own poetry) or the “Slam” (a good-natured competition complete with prizes and Applause-o-Meter), ArtHaus Poetry Slams are not-to-be-missed, likely-to-sell-out Decorah events. Call ArtHaus at 563-382-5440 or sign up here to perform. Recommended for adults, ages 16 and up.

On view April 3 - May 29: Emerging Artist Exhibition

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Join us for a celebration of emerging artistic talent in the Driftless Region. We are pleased to unveil the best of the best artworks created by emerging artists (ages 18-25) who submitted works for consideration. Information about applying coming soon to the Emerging Artists’ Exhibition page on our website.

Poetry Slam

The ArtHaus Poetry Slam is a not-to-be-missed Decorah event, welcoming anyone to participate.  Emceed by local celebrities, spotlighting a select featured artist, and welcoming all to participate in the non-competitive “Original Voices,” (3 minutes or less of your own poetry) or the “Slam” (a good-natured competition complete with prizes and Applause-o-Meter), ArtHaus Poetry Slams are not-to-be-missed, likely-to-sell-out Decorah events. Call ArtHaus at 563-382-5440 or sign up here to perform. Recommended for adults, ages 16 and up.

Upstart Crow Theatreworks presents:

One of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, Much Ado About Nothing, set in a prosperous Italian villa, sparkles with the blossom of new love, and the famous battle of wits between Beatrice and Benedick. Though a shadow is cast by the machinations of jealous Don John, all wrongs are righted and happiness wins the day in this 90 minute production performed by the young actors (age 14-18) of Upstart Crow Theatreworks.