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WINTER & spring 2013

Paula Hare:

From Eggs to Art

Saturday, February 9 – Saturday, March 30, 2013 Winter & Spring 2013

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CEDARBURG! Written by Barbara Joosse, Illustrated by Renée Graef $17.95 plus tax Come on! A little elephant takes you to his favorite place – Cedarburg! Join him as he “rides around the block, to see who’s who, to see what’s what, “catches fireflies (“Twinkleflies on. Twinkleflies off. Stars in a jar is what we’ve got.”) and explores the creepy cemetery (“Oldy moldy graves up here. Oldy moldy bones down there. But no ghosts-nope!”) Rollicking rhymes, familiar scenes and a reassuring ending makes this a story to keep-and share. Book may be purchased at the Cedarburg Cultural Center, ordered online for direct shipping on our website, and at selected retailers and banks throughout Cedarburg. Sponsored by the Greater Cedarburg Foundation, all proceeds from book sales will go towards the new endowment of the Cedarburg Cultural Center.

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PERFORMANCE

Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 7:30 pm COPPER BOX Copper Box, according to band member Michelle Jerabek, is “like a Texas tornado that swept through New Orleans and is tearing up the Midwest!” The Oshkosh-based band she shares with her husband Danny Jerabek, Kevin Junemann and Jason Van Ryzin defies easy labels. The Shepherd Express described their style as “accordion-fueled roots rock…incorporating zydeco, cumbia and other styles associated with the cheery, reedy wheeze of button boxes.” In June 2011 Relix Magazine praised the group: “Fronted by Danny and Michelle Jerabek, Copper Box is a genre-bending celebration of fusion roots rock that channels the rowdy communal feel of a small-town party with their gutsy, Americana sound of artists like the legendary Esteban Jordan (the Jimi Hendrix of the accordion), Doug Sahm, Clifton Chenier, Los Lobos and CCR--a must see!” Copper Box has been performing throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest for over 10 years and has been honored with a WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) award for Americana/ Roots Band of the Year in both 2010 and 2012. www.CopperBoxSite.com $10 Member Advanced • $12 Advanced • $14 Day of Show $125 reserved table of 8 (contact the Center for availability)

January 17, 18 & 19 at 7:30 pm THE DREAM CAFE MUSICAL!  “The Dream Cafe Musical!” is a magical, comedic Muse-ical written to entertain the entire family and open our hearts a little more. It’s a story about six people who work on Wall Street in New York City, who find themselves in Rhymeington, Wisconsin, at The Dream Cafe and Spa in order to escape their hurried city lives. Each person has a different reason why they discover this peaceful artistic retreat.  “The Dream Cafe Musical!”  is written by Katie O’Regan and performed by her and the zany cast and crew of The Dream Cafe and Salon including Katie’s “Singing for Musicals” students. (See class listings for more information.)  This musical is dedicated to Julie Wichman who previously embodied the Character of “Pink” the inspirational Muse in this show. Julie who was a magical muse herself, lost her battle with cancer this past August. She lived her young life with vibrant spirit and continues to inspire from beyond.  Special thanks to The Dream Cafe Musical Sponsor: Boston Store Oriental Rug Gallery $11 Member Advanced • $13 Advanced • $15 Day of Show • $5 Students $120 reserved table of 8 (contact the Center for availability)

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McMann & Tate Productions Adult Comedy

You won’t know what is going to happen next when the Center’s resident comedy troupe, McMann & Tate, takes the stage in this special improv comedy show! Audience suggestions and improv games will decide the topics…and the “Taters” will make them hilarious!

PERFORMANCE

Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 7:30 pm A NIGHT OF IMPROV

$10 Member Advanced • $12 Advanced • $14 Day of Show $125 reserved table of 8 (contact the Center for availability)

Friday & Saturday February 22 and 23, 2013 at 7:30 pm UnCultural Nights with PAT McCURDY For over ten years, Milwaukee-based singer/ songwriter Pat McCurdy has brought his guitar and wacky sense of humor to the Center’s stage. Last year’s show sold out, so this year Pat treats us to two amazing “UnCultural” Nights! We advise advanced ticket purchases. Pat’s new CD, “Love is a Beautiful Thing” and single “The Trophy Song” (his follow-up to “We Love the Green and Gold”) are sure to become classics! Come experience why Pat is so popular with college-aged crowds and adults who never grow up! www.patmccurdy.com $12 Member Advanced • $14 Advanced • $16 day of show $145 reserved table of 8 (contact the Center for availability)

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Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 6:00 pm 19th Annual IRISH EVE Celebrate Irish spirit on St. Patrick’s Week with dinner and a show at the Cultural Center! Enjoy a traditional Irish dinner buffet catered by Out & Out Catering of Cedarburg, and try your luck at winning “100 Bottles of Beer on the Wall!” The Center welcomes “Frogwater” to this year’s Irish Eve stage. Frogwater is the acoustic pairing of Milwaukee natives, John & Susan Nicholson, formerly of The Ghillies, renowned for their musical virtuosity and exuberant live performances. Their repertoire spans Celtic, bluegrass and country, plus classical, pop and unique original material.  Their innovative interpretations of traditional tunes span the centuries and the miles. Honored with awards from the Shepherd Express Reader’s Poll and Wisconsin Area Music Industry Awards, the Shamrock Club praised, “Frogwater is the most musically diverse Irish Band in Milwaukee.” Frogwater has been called the “little duo that could,” and folks have often remarked at how two people can make a sound so BIG, it could be an entire band!  They tour whenever possible and enjoy playing festivals such as Milwaukee’s Irish Fest, Wisconsin State Fair, Sugar Maple Traditional Music Fest in Madison, and Wisconsin Scottish Highland games.  www.frogwater.us $40 – Advanced reservation required

Saturday, April 6, 2013 TOMATO DODGEBALL McMann & Tate Productions Adult Improv Comedy and FUNdraiser benefitting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 6 pm - The evening begins with food, drink and fun to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Purchase hot pizza, cold beer & blonde root beer, and delicious caramel apples. Be sure to bid often and bid high at the silent auction! 7:30 pm - The McMann & Tate comedy troupe takes to the stage once again to play their popular improv games. If you enjoy TV shows like “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” you’ll love Tomato Dodgeball. $10 Member Advanced • $12 Advanced * $14 Day of Show $125 reserved table of 8 (contact the Center for availability)

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a global dance, dining, and shopping experience

PERFORMANCE

Saturday, May 11, 2013 at Noon – 5 pm Whirled fest:

Immerse yourself in a day full of dance, food and culture from around the globe. Costumed dancers representing a variety of countries will thrill you! Cuisine from nations both familiar and intriguing will tempt you! And unique items in the international bazaar will certainly entice you! Admission to this special event is FREE. The Cultural Center thanks the generous volunteer planning and support of L.O.N.G. - Leaders for Ozaukee’s Next Generation.

First Wednesday of Every Month at 7:00 pm BLUEBURG CAFÉ

OPEN MIC NIGHT “Plug and Play” Open Mic nights showcase musicians, singers, poets, dancers, comedians, filmmakers and story tellers. Amps and mics provided. Doors open and signup begins at 6:15pm. Drink specials, including Sprecher soda, and complimentary coffee from Starbucks®! The Shepherd Express wrote: “Such Talent: …The performances were top-notch.” All ages welcome. No cover charge

Please check our website for additions to the performance schedule. Tickets to Cedarburg Cultural Center performances may be purchased in person at the CCC box office, by phone at 262-375-3676, and online at www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.org. No Carry Ins. No refunds or exchanges. The galleries, classrooms and restrooms of the Cedarburg Cultural Center are wheelchair accessible.

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EDUCATION

Classes

Please check our website for additions to the class schedule!

for Adults & Teens

process she used to publish her own book “The Circus and the Cyclone,” from developing an idea all the way to opening that first box of finished books! We’ll look at creative options that go beyond the bounds of traditional literary and art genres, how to choose a printer, and how to fund a project using Kickstarter.com.  This process can be used not only for the written word, but can also be extended to art books, prints, and many other creative projects. So bring your own ideas along and get ready to make something big!

Watercolor with Alice Struck: Continuing Artists Six-week series Saturdays: January 12 & 26, February 9 & 23, March 9 & 23: 9-11:15 am $90 Members/ $100 Non-Members

Watercolor classes for continuing students cover introduction and demonstration of a new painting in each session, in-class work and discussion of students’ strengths, goals and challenges.

Watercolor with Alice Struck: Beginning Artists Six-week series Saturdays: January 12 & 26, February 9 & 23, March 9 & 23: 11:30 am-1:45 pm $90 Member/ $100 Non-Member

Watercolor classes for beginning students will focus on finding a subject and using resources, skill development and materials and tools.

How to Self-Publish and Fund a Creative Project using Kickstarter.com Part of the CCC’s Talent Incubator Series With Artist in Residence Sue Lawton Saturday, January 19: 1-4 pm $30 Members/ $33 Non-Members

Do you have an idea you’re ready to show the world? Artist and writer Sue Lawton will take you through the

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Illustration in Pen, Ink & Watercolor: Special Workshop with Artist in Residence, Sue Lawton Saturday, January 26: 1-4 pm $30 Members/ $33 Non-Members Supplies included.

Local author and illustrator Sue Lawton takes students through the process of bringing a story to life through the magic of imagery. Her stunning illustrations—rendered in pen, ink and watercolor—grace the pages of her recent book, “The Circus and the Cyclone.”

Valentine’s Heart Pin in Punch Needle Embroidery Special Workshop with Artist in Residence, Nancee Ariagno Thursday, February 14: 10 am – 1 pm $30 Members/ $33 Non-Members Supplies included. Create a beautiful punch needle piece sure to warm the heart of a special someone. Just the thing to celebrate the “loveliest” day of all!

Playwriting: Your Voice, Your Vision

Part of the CCC’s Talent Incubator Series Saturday, February 23: 1 - 4 pm Instructor: Master Teacher Katie O’Regan, MS $32 Members/ $36 Non-Members Educational programming is made possible by a grant from the Townsend Foundation.


Katie’s upcoming musical, “The Dream Cafe Musical!” will be performed at the Cedarburg Cultural Center on January 17, 18 & 19. To learn more about Katie: www.klareproductions.org.

Understanding the Color Wheel with Beki Borman Wednesdays: March 6 & 13: 6-8 pm $35 Members/ $39 Non-Members Supply list available online or at CCC.

Whether you’re a regular painter who still struggles to get your colors right or a beginner looking for a place to start, this class is open to anyone who needs to brush up on their color mixing. Students will learn the properties of color and color mixing. Then these lessons will be implemented in still life paintings that will utilize specific palettes for effect.

will be open to students for creating unique and personalized works. We will learn and practice techniques for combining acrylics, oils, pastels, pencils, paper, and more to achieve desired effects. Touching on design and composition also, this class will delve into the heart of art making. Class critiques will provide feedback and direction. Open to all levels of experience.

EDUCATION

Hone your playwriting skills and learn techniques to create character development for the stage or screen. The first half of the workshop focuses on character development and the playwright. The second half focuses on putting the script together.

Still Life Painting for Beginners with Beki Borman Wednesdays: May 8, 15, 22 & 29: 6-8 pm $71 Members/ $79 Non-Members Supply list available online or at CCC.

Begin your acrylic painting journey by starting with a foundation in still life painting. We will cover medium, technique, composition, color mixing, and more. Working from various still life objects, students will learn how to describe surfaces like glass, fabric, and metal with paint.

Egg-Stravaganza: Special Workshop for all ages with Artist in Residence Paula Hare Saturday, March 16: 10 am – 12 pm $18 Member/ $20 Non-Member Supplies included.

Paula Hare has created eggs for Presidents! Try your hand at decorating glamorous and glitzy eggs to celebrate the spring season. In conjunction with Paula’s “egg-citing egg-xhibit” and residency, this class will help you express your personal artistic style with fabulous results. Bring the family!

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Mixed Media Painting with Beki Borman

Wednesdays: April 3, 10, 17 & 24: 6-8 pm $71 Non-Member/ $79 Member Supply list available online or at CCC. With a focus on media, students will start with a theme, image, or idea and create mixed media paintings. Subject matter Winter & Spring 2013

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Classes for Kids

EDUCATION

Please check our website for additions to the class schedule!

Singing for Musicals: The Dream Cafe Musical!

Class meets: Tuesday, January 8, Wednesday, January 9, Friday, January 11 Tuesday, January 15, Wednesday, January 16: 4-5:30 pm Dress rehearsal: Wednesday, January 16 (time TBD) Performances: Thursday-Saturday: January 17, 18 & 19: 7:30-9:15 pm Instructor: Katie O’Regan $63 Members/ $56 Non-Members Recommended for ages 7-13. Children will learn two songs and perform them live in “The Dream Cafe Musical” at the Cultural Center on January 17, 18 and 19. Class will involve learning stage presence, voice support techniques and musical theater acting techniques.

Happy Hands: Mommy & Me (& Daddy’s, too!)

Session 1: Fridays: January 11, 18 , 25 & February 1 : 9-10 am Session 2: Fridays: February 8, 15, 22 & March 1: 9-10 am Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 35 Member/ $ 39 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 2-4 with participating caregiver. Each class begins with a story to inspire our artwork. We’ll use many different tools and processes to create messy masterpieces!

Preschool Multi Media Art

Session 1: Fridays: January 11, 18, 25 & February 1: 10:30 -11:30 am Session 2: Fridays: February 8, 15, 22 & March 1: 10:30-11:30 am Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 35 Member/ $ 39 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 3-5. Tactile materials like clay, oil pastels,

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and paint will help your child enjoy learning the basic principles of art and invite them to think creatively.

Abstract Art Explorations Tuesdays: January 22 & 29: 4-5:30 Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 27 Member/ $30 Non-Member Supplies included.

Ages 6+. Explore shapes in motion by creating colorful sculpture like abstract artist Alexander Calder. Smoosh, spatter, and smear paint like Arshile Gorky, too!

Famous Artists

Session 1: Saturdays: January 12, 19, 26 & February 2: 10-11:30 a.m Session 2: Tuesdays: April 9, 16, 23 & 30: 4-5:30 pm Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 44 Member/ $49 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 8+. Students will learn what made great artists so great! Learn the techniques and tools of famous artists such as Picasso, O’Keefe, Matisse and more!

Show the Love!

Tuesday: February 5: 4-5:30 pm Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 13 Member/ $ 15 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 6+. Show your love with these multi-media projects celebrating Valentine’s Day!

Art & Literature: Eric Carle Tuesdays: February 19 & 26: 4-5:30 pm Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 25 Member/ $28 Non-Member Supplies included.

Ages 6+. Each class starts with a story by famous author, Eric Carle, who wrote such favorites as The Very Busy Spider. Art projects will be based on each book’s illustrations. Educational programming is made possible by a grant from the Townsend Foundation.


Session 1: Thursdays: February 21, 28 & March 7, 14: 4-5:30 pm Session 2: Saturdays: April 13, 20, 27 & May 4: 10-11:30 am Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 44 Member/ $49 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 8+. Learn drawing basics such as line, shape, and form and progress to shadows and light to create realistic likeness. Explore working with a variety of drawing tools.

Art Mash Up!

Saturdays : Saturdays: March 2, 9, 16 & 23: 1011:30 am Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 44 Member/ $ 49 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 8+. Painting, drawing, collage, and sculpting are a few of the media offered in this class which focuses on giving students a sampling of art experiences.

Animal World

Tuesdays: March 5, 12, 19 & 26: 4-5:30 pm Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 44 Member/ $49 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 6+. Make projects emphasizing feathers, scales, fur, or fins! Animals are the theme for each of these mixed-media classes.

Egg-Stravaganza: Special Workshop for all ages with Artist in Residence Paula Hare Saturday, March 16: 10 am – 12 pm $ 18 Member/ $20 Non-Member Supplies included.

Try your hand at decorating some glamorous and glitzy eggs to celebrate the spring season! In conjunction with Paula Hare’s egg-citing exhibit and residency, this class will help you find your personal artistic style and express it with some fabulous results!

Imaginary Creatures

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: April 1, 3 & 5 : 1011:30 am - Spring Break Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 35 Member/ $39 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 6+. Each day we will create and build a monster, fairy, or imaginary creature out of air-dry clay; and then we will build a home for them out of found objects!

EDUCATION

Basic Drawing

Crazy-Cool Cartooning

Wednesdays: April 3, 10, 17 & 24: 4-5:00 pm Instructor: Chris Behrs $ 35 Member/ $ 39 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 6 – 12. Create your characters and take them on an adventure in this fun-filled class sure to make you smile and spark your imagination!

Sew Cool!

Thursdays April 18 & 25: 4-5:30 pm Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 25 Member/ $ 28 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 8+. We will use fabric, hand-sewing, and multi-media to create soft sculptures and wearable art!

Favorite Pets

Thursdays: May 2 & 9: 4-5:30 pm Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 25 Member/ $ 27 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 8+. What is your favorite pet? Whether it is a dog, cat, bunny, frog, or fish, we will make art projects inspired by your pet – or the pet you would like to have!

Art Movements: Impressionism & Beyond Tuesdays May 7, 14 & 21: 4-5:30 pm Instructor: Kelly Garcia $ 35 Member/ $39 Non-Member Supplies included. Ages 8+. Learn to paint like famous artists Monet, Degas, Gauguin, Munch, and Klimt.

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Summer Camp COLOR YOUR WORLD ART CAMP Please check our website for dates $125 Member/$139 Non-Member Supplies and a snack included.

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NIGHT OWLS OVERNIGHT AT RIVEREDGE NATURE CENTER Wednesday, August 14 5:30 pm drop off - 9:00 am pickup $44 Members/$39 Non-Member

5 fun-filled days of painting “en plein air” at picturesque area sites. Includes free registration into the Plein Air Youth Art Contest.

Bring a bag dinner. Evening snack and famous Riveredge pancake and maple syrup breakfast provided. A flashlight hike and exciting art projects inspired by the mysterious nocturnal animals of the forest in a sleep-under-the-stars experience (weather permitting)!

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Photo Collection Project

HISTORY

Cedarburg Heritage

Thanks to the foresight of Ed Rappold and Harold Dobberpuhl, Cedarburg has been blessed with a wealth of photographic documentation that has allowed the city to be recognized as a leader in historic preservation. The Cultural Center, in partnership with the Landmarks Preservation Society, seeks to add to our treasured collection—as part of our database of scanned historic photographs— before these gems are lost forever. If your family or business has historic photographs, negatives or slides of the Cedarburg area or its founding families, we invite you to share them with us. Images will be scanned, and the originals will be returned to you. Please give us as much information about the photos as possible so we can pass this information on to future generations in our digital archives. All contributors will receive a 16” x 20” print of an 1892 aerial view of Cedarburg. Please contact Sue Gyarmati at 262-375-3676 to arrange an appointment.

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Ozaukee County Historic Architecture Registry The CCC’s Ozaukee County Historic Architecture Registry Committee requests those with a building 100 years or older to fill out a brief questionnaire regarding the history of their property. Participants are also welcome to share photos, documents or any other pertinent information with Sue Gyarmati, Historic Programming Coordinator at the CCC. It is hoped that these materials will aid researchers, genealogists, students and other interested persons to assemble a more complete picture of the architectural history of Ozaukee County. The Cedarburg Cultural Center is also offering a personalized plaque for purchase to recognize these significant structures. The bronze outdoor plaque features the year the building was constructed and may be purchased for $125. Proceeds will be used to support historic programming and the ongoing care of historic collections at the Cultural Center. Please visit www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.org/100zaukee or call 262-375-3676 ext. 106 for a questionnaire.

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Immerse Your Youth Group Explore Cedarburg with your class, scout troop or other organization on one of the Cultural Center’s Historic walking tours. Two different tours give your group an interactive look into the past. Trained docents guide students on the 2 - 2.5 hour journey through Cedarburg’s National Historic District. Tour A includes a stop at the General Store Museum where display cases and shelves filled with antique merchandise spark the imagination. While walking to the 1849 Kuhefuss House Museum, a scavenger hunt highlights clues left behind by founding fathers. Tourgoers will compare life in early Cedarburg with life today, imagine what the 19th century immigrant journey was like and experience hands-on activities while touring the home. Tour B features a turn-of-the-century classroom, lost tunnels and heavy machine remnants in the Wittenburg Mill, and the path of the Interurban Railroad as it crosses Cedar Creek. Participants will also stop at Cedarburg’s fire department to explore antique fire equipment including a horse drawn pumper. The tour ends with a cartoon at the Rivoli Theater and a tour of the workings of a 1930s theater. Tours are $2 a student per tour. Tours run in May and June but must be scheduled in advance to secure your time slots. Chaperones are required to attend but are free of charge. Please call 262-375-3676 ext. 106 to receive an information packet. Thank you to our Kuhefuss House Museum and School Tour sponsor:

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Making Sense of the Civil War Free 5-part book discussion series Saturdays: January 26 • February 2, 9 • March 2, 9 10:30 am - Noon

In partnership with the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, the Cedarburg Cultural Center is pleased to present an informative 5-part series: Making Sense of the Civil War hosted by Dr. James Marten. Marten is Chair of the Department of History of Marquette University’s Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

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The discussion reading list includes works of historical fiction and interpretation, speeches, diaries, memoirs, biographies, and short stories. Discussion materials will be provided for use during the series free of charge to interested participants, but pre-registration by January 19 is required.

Cedarburg Collectibles

- Now on Sale Now you can own your favorite historic images of Cedarburg while supporting the Center’s mission to preserve the area’s history. We’ve taken some of the most popular images of Cedarburg and put them on high quality merchandise for you to share with friends and family.

Merchandise, including glassware and ceramic mugs, is available now at the Cultural Center during regular business hours. Historic prints and other merchandise may be ordered on our online store at: www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.smugmug.com. All proceeds from the sale help us continue our historic programming, preserve the Rappold and Dobberpuhl photo collections and our archives of historic Cedarburg artifacts.

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January:

Author & Illustrator Sue Lawton

Fridays & Saturdays: January 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 & 25: 1-4 pm Sue Lawton, author of the newly-released “The Circus and the Cyclone” has an artistic style that invokes “illuminations” from a medieval text… crossed with early 20th century circus posters. Her art is rich and fullytextured, working from a color palette that evokes faded cotton curtains and dusty velvet sofas. Come watch Sue work on her latest project!

How to Self-Publish using Kickstarter.com: Special Workshop with Artist in Residence, Sue Lawton Part of the Talent Incubator Series Saturday, January 19: 1-4 pm | see class listing on page 10 for more information.

Illustration in Pen, Ink & Watercolor: Special Workshop with Artist in Residence, Sue Lawton

Charming and highly-detailed, Nancy’s punch needle embroidery creations are highly soughtafter.Visit with Nancy and learn about the process, then join us for a special workshop to make your own piece!

Valentine’s Heart Pin in Punch Needle Embroidery Special Workshop with Artist in Residence, Nancee Ariagno Thursday, February 14: 10 am – 1 pm See class listing on page 10 for more information.

March:

The Fabulous Egg Art of Paula Hare

Residency Dates to be Determined.  Pease check our website. Paula’s fantastic eggs have been coveted by collectors for years and are part of the White House Permanent Collection. Come watch Paula as she creates a masterpiece out of a simple egg!

Egg-Stravaganza: Special Workshop for all ages with Artist in Residence Paula Hare Saturday, March 16: 10 am – Noon | see class listing on page 11 for more information.

Saturday, January 26: 1-4 pm | see class listing on page 10 for more information.

April: Artist to be announced;

February:

May:

Punch Needle Embroidery with Nancee Ariagno

Wednesdays & Fridays: 10 am –1 pm Saturday & Sunday, February 16 & 17 10 am to 1 pm This program is made possible by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund.

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The Many Facets of Mary Mendla: Designing and Constructing Wearable Art

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 With a planned gift, you can create a legacy that will continue your tradition of support and allow future generations to enjoy and benefit from the Cedarburg Cultural Center as you have. Some planned gifts offer immediate tax deductions as well as income for life.

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Planned Giving There are many simple ways to include the Cedarburg Cultural Center in your estate plans. A bequest, charitable annuity or a gift of retirement fund assets each offers its own set of financial benefits for you and for the Center.   The Cedarburg Cultural Center Endowment Fund The Cedarburg Cultural Center is proud to have launched an endowment fund in 2012 in support of the future operations of the Center. Housed at the Greater Cedarburg Foundation, the endowment affords our donors a secure vehicle by which to leave a legacy gift. To learn more about how you may leave a legacy for future generations, please contact: Lauren Rose Hofland, Executive Director Lauren@ArtMusicHistory.org 262.375.3676, extension 107

Re•Member! Is it time to renew your membership to the Cedarburg Cultural Center?  There’s no better time than the present: Members receive discounts on performances and classes. You may renew your membership by phone, in person, or at www.CedarburgCulturalCenter.org/membership.

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Exhibits

Time and Time Again Photo Exhibit Columbia St. Mary’s & Center Galleries Friday, November 30, 2012 –Sunday, January 20, 2013

First Annual CCC Membership Exhibit East Gallery Sunday, December 9, 2012 – Sunday, February 3, 2013 Art in the Jazz Age: 2013 Annual Juried Exhibit Columbia St. Mary’s & Center Galleries Saturday, February 9 – Sunday, March 24, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, February 15: 6-9 pm Paula Hare: From Eggs to Art East Gallery Saturday, February 9 – Saturday, March 30, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, February 15: 6-9 pm 66th Annual Ozaukee County Art Show Columbia St. Mary’s & Center Galleries Saturday, March 30-Sunday, April 28, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday, April 7: 1-4 pm Gallery of Student Art East Gallery Tuesday, April 1 – Sunday, April 28, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday, April 7: 1-4 pm Richard & Nina Edelmann: Sculpture & Fiber Arts Columbia St. Mary’s Gallery Sunday, May 5- Sunday, June 16, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday, May 5: 1-4 pm The Art of Adornment: Jewelry & Wearable Art East & Center Galleries Sunday, May 5- Sunday, June 16, 2013 Opening Reception: Sunday, May 5: 1-4 pm

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Save the date for

CEDARBURG’S BIGGEST ART EVENT! Exhibit opens Friday, June 21 at 10 a.m.

Free party and silent auction Friday night from 5 - 8 p.m.

Cedarburg Cultural Center | www.cedarburgartistsguild.com Thanks to our generous sponsors


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2012-2013 Board of Directors James Schowalter, President – Port Washington Mark Langholz, Vice President – Grafton Jay Momberg, Treasurer – Slinger Trudi Roesch, Secretary – Cedarburg Larry Gergens, Immediate Past President – Cedarburg Amy Cordio – Cedarburg Lisa Froemming – Mequon Marty Gadzichowski – Mequon Jack Hale – Cedarburg Jane Hamilton – Grafton Beth Hoffman – Mequon Richard Jackson – Grafton

Frank Juarez – Sheboygan Mary McCann – Mequon Subhendu Modak – Grafton David Olson – Cedarburg Mike Reuteman – West Bend Chris Velnetske – Cedarburg Shelley Weston – Shorewood

In memory of Dale Brookhouser and Robert Armbruster. You are missed by the CCC community.

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Free visitor guide and map available online. Photo by Paul Gutelius

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Saturday, February 9, 2013

s 0 2 g n i r a Ro a l a G y s a e k Sp ea Jazz, Jitterbug & Bathtub Gin 6 pm: Cocktails

(Shhhh: It’s Prohibition)

7 pm: Dinner Four $20s will getcha in the door...

Tickets available online or at the Center. Generously sponsored by

HEPBURN BOOTSTRAP FOUNDATION

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