Americans for the Arts
Americans for the Arts is a national non-profit organization focused on working with local arts organizations. They provide extensive arts-industry research and professional development opportunities for community arts leaders.
American Players Theatre
The American Players Theatre, a repertory theatre in Spring Green, WI, presents 8 productions of classical theatre annually, including Shakespeare. Stunning location, with both outdoor and indoor theatres.
Arts Wisconsin is a statewide organization working to bring all of the arts to everyone in Wisconsin. Visit the website to get facts and figures on the art industry, how-to ideas for advocacy, see listings for jobs in the arts, and more.
Community Arts Network
The Community Arts Network promotes information exchange, research and critical dialogue within the field of community-based art. The website has news, projects, resources, and theory of community arts.
Crawford County Tourism
Crawford County Tourism is a sponsor of the annual Driftless Area Art Festival. The website also provides general information on the county, a calendar of upcoming events, details on area artists, and much more.
Folklore Village is nationally recognized folk arts and culture center working to enrich lives through time-honored traditions.
Great Midwestern Educational Theatre Company
The Great Midwestern Educational Theatre Company works to inspire young people to connect with the arts through theatrical productions, storytelling, role-playing, classes, and camps.
Illinois Arts Council
The Illinois Arts Council was formed to assist artists, arts organizations, and community organizations that present arts programming.
Iowa Arts Council
The Iowa Arts Council works to support the arts to enrich the Iowa quality of life.
In the Light
Minnesota State Arts Board
The Minnesota State Arts Board commits to stimulating and encouraging creativity, performance, and appreciation for the arts of Minnesota.
Monroe Arts Center
The Monroe Arts Center works to nurture appreciation for the arts.
National Endowment for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Arts is an agency that promotes the excellence in arts, brings the arts to everyone, and provides leadership in arts education.
National Trust for Historic Preservation
The National Trust for Historic Preservation works to provide leadership, education, advocacy, and resources dedicated to saving historic places and revitalizing the communities.
PlattevilleLife.com provides a calendar listing of upcoming local events.
Portal Wisconsin was created to promote Wisconsin’s culture, arts, humanities, and history through events calendars, stories, news, tours, galleries, and much more.
River Valley Trading Company
The River Valley Trading Company promotes community growth through providing retail space on Main Street to entrepreneurs and artists.
Shake Rag Alley Center for the Arts
Shake Rag Alley offers many workshops in a wide variety of arts and crafts for youth and adults.
Spring Green Area Arts Coalition
The Spring Green Area Arts Coalition is committed to not only building enthusiasm for the arts but also the accessibility of those arts.
Tapestry Magazine celebrates independent business in the upper Mississippi River region.
Taliesin is the place where everything that carries the name Frank Lloyd Wright began.
The Voice of the River Valley
Articles on local people and places, plus a comprehensive regional calendar
UWP Center for Fine Arts
The Center for the Arts provides a professional environment for students to learn the arts through performances and classroom experiences. Also presenting national acts.
Viroqua Independent Visual Artists
The VIVA Gallery Cooperative brings together many local artists to showcase their work.
Wisconsin Alliance of Artists and Craftspeople
WAAC is an organization made up of 400 professional artists and craftspeople who work to develop exhibition opportunities and encourage the arts.
Wisconsin Arts Board
The Wisconsin Arts Board is a state agency promoting the arts and serving as a resource. WAB manages several grant programs for artists and communities.
Wisconsin Common Market
Wisconsin Common Market brings together over 200 small businesses into a virtual shopping mall.
WI Creative Industries Map
View a map of Wisconsin’s 8,896 arts-related businesses.
Wisconsin Humanities Council
The Wisconsin Humanities Council works to strengthen community life through programs using history, culture, and discussion. Grant programs available.
Wisconsin Regional Art Program
The Wisconsin Regional Art Program (WRAP) was created to help encourage the nonprofessional artists to develop their abilities through Exhibition and education programming.
Wisconsin Visual Artists
Wisconsin Visual Artists is a membership organization committed to promoting and developing creative arts in Wisconsin. Sponsors a biennial exhibition.