Cover Image: Amy Jouhnson, Harvest, Oil on canvas
Dane County Visual Artists: The Dane Arts Buy Local Night Market 2017 application is now open: deadline July 1, 2017
If you are accepted into DABL, there are many other artistic opportunities for you to join in as you build your network and increase your market options.
Only 28 artists are selected for this night of art and fun; over the past two years of this market, many artists have sold work on the day of the event, earned exhibtion opportunites, and some artists were even offered generous commissions for work after the event. This is a great opportunity for you to sell your art directly to local businesses.
DABL 2017 is about creating B2B opportunities for you and local businesses. Dane Arts handles most of the marketing and promoting of DABL as well helping you set up on the day of the event. WE work for you!
2017 Dane Arts Poster
The 2017 Dane Arts Poster is now available for pick up here at the Dane County Executive Office (210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Room #421 Madison, WI 53703). Stop by anytime between 8am - 4:30pm, Monday-Friday.
Donations are accepted.
2017 Dane Arts Calendars
The 2017 Calendars are now available! Please visit our "Art Calendar" page, under the Poster/Calendar menu on the tool bar above, for purchase locations or call (608) 266-4114 for more information.
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The Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission awards several types of grants to local artists and arts & cultural organizations. Funding is provided through both public and private donations and every dollar can help art, culture, and history continue to thrive in Dane County.