Indigenous Art Show opens today at LPC Gallery

September 19, 2022

Indigenous Art Show opens today, featuring the works of Frank Montano, Carol DeMain, Dennis and Cleo White, Roberta DeCora, Martin Curry, Beth Paap, and other local Native artists. The feature is the dugout canoe, on display outside the Gallery.

Life on the Water Dugout Canoe Project
“Gitchigaming Manidowid” — “In The Spirit of Lake Superior.”

Reception and Mitigojiman
Dedication of the first Dugout Canoe to be produced here since 1854
Friday, September 30, 2022
4 PM

Chief Dugout Engineers: Frank Sprague and Keven Finney
Island Managers and Assistance:
Marty Curry, Mike Caswell and Johnny Ruff.
Project Oversight: Paul DeMain

“This project is supported in part with assistance from the La Pointe Center for the Arts, which receives support from local donations and the Wisconsin Arts Board, the non-profit organizations Honor The Earth, Aking and Native American Educational Technologies., (NAET) with assistance from local islanders, appreciation to the Madeline Island Ferry Company, Captain Mac’s Fish Tacos, Marina, the Bad River Ojibwe Band, Tom’s Burned Down Café, lots of coffee from the Mission Hill Coffee Shop and many small donations, and assistance provided by local businesses, and the 200+ people who have put their hands on the cutting, transportation, setting up, carving, finishing and chatting over the specifics of how to do something, and why.”

For more information on this project visit Communities United by Water.

Pictured above:
Moningwaanikaning
“Home of the Thunderbirds” (not for sale)
7 1/2” x 5 1/2” Framed Beaded Plaque by Giiwiitayashikwe (Carole DeMain)
LCO Chippewa/Oneida – Bear Clan
Illustrated artwork drawn by Sein Heipel – Red Cliff Chippewa/Oneida

You are invited to the LPC Annual Meeting on August 28, 2022

Joni’s Beach
4 PM – 6 PM

Please join the La Pointe Center for the Arts Board for our annual meeting which will be held Joni’s Beach. This year we will be having a picnic.

Thank you to all our members who support LPC. Our by-laws state that every year we must have a membership meeting to inform our members of our finances and other business plans and to vote on the new Board of Directors. We need a quorum of 15 members to vote. Your meeting participation is much needed and greatly appreciated.

If you are not a member of LPC yet, please consider becoming a part of this great Island organization. You can support so many Island arts and artists that make this a great place.

We will have a short business meeting followed by presentations from our affiliate organizations and the winners of our 2021/2022 grant awards.

Artfully yours, The LPC Board of Directors: Peg Bertel (chair), Micaela Montagne (treasurer), Cynthia Mueller (secretary), Peggy Ross (Regranting Committee chair), Rae Lesmeister, Ava Love, Ken Myhre, and John Erste

Today’s the day! LPC Wine & Beer Tasting FUNdraiser!

Starting at 3:30, we will have a wide variety of wine and beer from vendors around the state, and delicious cheeses, fruits and artisan breads to accompany the spirits.

Below are some of the exciting silent auction items to bid on for art, experience, wine and dine, and services of local and regional vendors.

Come meet some of the artists that we support and see their projects made possible by your donations.

At 5 PM we will auction off three cases of wine, and Molly and the Danger Band start up the music at 5:30.

Come support the arts on Madeline Island! $40 at the door. See you there!

Last Day for Online Discount Tickets to LPC Fundraiser

May 27, 2022

Let’s kick off the summer together!

Today is the last day for online discount tickets for the LPC Annual Wine & Beer Tasting FUNdraiser!

Still available at Rendezvous at the Inn, LPC Art Gallery, Madeline Island Ferry Line office, Bayfield Chamber and Stone’s Throw in Bayfield

GET YOUR TICKETS HERE
$30 in advance/$40 at the door
(tickets bought online at this date will not have RT passenger ferry passes)

For more information contact Barbara @ 715.209.5471