Join ArtHaus this March for Love Bomb from artist Kenneth Hall in the Doyle G. Heyveld Gallery. Hall’s work is a mix of abstraction with figurative elements—bodies taken from either art history or Hall’s own quirky photographs. Hall is a professor at the University of Northern Iowa.
The opening reception is a free event with food in addition to beverages from Convergence CiderWorks. Non-alcoholic drinks will be available.
2nd Sunday of Each Month:
Decorah ArtHaus Improvisor’s Orchestra
Led by Decorah, Iowa based drummer and improvisor, Nick Zielinski, known for his work with various musical collectives, this event offers a captivating exploration of music and creativity that’s open to all. At each event, Zielinski will collaborate with a different guest artist, promising a diverse and spontaneous musical experience. The series will feature genre-bending improvised music, followed by workshops where audience members can actively participate in creating spontaneous music. All ages, instruments, and musical styles are welcome, and percussion instruments will be available for those without their own.
Mar 10th guest: Sean Roderick
This immersive musical experience takes place on the second Sunday of each month, from November 2023 through June 2024.
Please visit the Decorah ArtHaus Improvisor’s Orchestra website for more details including guest artists and sponsors!
Behm, a retired Art and Art History Professor from Hawkeye Community College, brings wealth of expertise as a professional designer, illustrator, and painter. Figures and Grounds, his latest exhibition, offers a captivating blend of figurative works and stunning landscapes.
The Opening Reception is a free event with beverages provided by Rubaiyat. Non-alcoholic drinks available.
Experience the exquisite craftsmanship of ironmongers showcased at the Dawn on the Farm iron pour event held at Ludeking Farm. Explore a curated selection of creations, spanning from wall adornments to culinary essentials.
The Opening Reception is a free event with drinks provided by Pulpit Rock Brewing Company. Non-alcoholic beverages available.
The show will be open from June 7th through June 29th.
The What’s Good Project – JENNIFER DRINKWATER
The What’s Good Project celebrates the meaningful stories from where we live through community conversations and painting. What happens when we make a choice to look for what’s good where we live? Find out more about this project at whatsgoodproject.com
The Opening Reception is free with beverages provided by Empty Nest Winery. Non-alcoholic drinks available.