Visit the SECURA Fine Arts Exhibition at the Trout Museum of Art through June 2.
The annual Fine Arts Exhibition at the Trout Museum of Art in downtown Appleton showcases Wisconsin's most talented artists that make up our rich local arts community. Once again, we're proud to partner with the Trout Museum to provide free admission to the exhibition from May 4 through June 2.
From painting and performance to sculpture and video, the 39th Annual SECURA Fine Arts Exhibition is the most diverse, contemporary, and original show since its creation in 1980.
The Fine Arts Exhibition includes opportunities to broaden your knowledge about local artists and their work. Events include:
- May 11 at 1 p.m. — Juror Panel Discussion
- May 25 at 1 p.m — Michelle Richeson Live Painting Demonstration
- Every Saturday at 1 p.m until June 2 — Guided Exhibition Tours
The exhibition is open to the public, so make a date of it with your friends and family.
Visit the 39th Annual SECURA Fine Arts Exhibition webpage for more information.
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