July 11, 2024

Find me in my OWN town next weekend at Artfest Green Bay

July 20th & 21st ~ Downtown Green Bay
 —–>BOOTH #100 @ the Corner of Cherry & Adams St.

~Experience art in the heart of the city at ArtFest Green Bay~ The streets of Downtown Green Bay will come alive with an art fair, musical performances, food, demonstrations, & interactive activities!

Saturday, July 20 • 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Entertainment • 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Art Fair • 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Sunday, July 21 • 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.


April 18, 2024

26th Annual St. Charles Fine Art Show

May 25th and 26th, 2024

Downtown St. Charles Illinois

The 26th Annual St. Charles Fine Art Show. This show features over 95 fine artists, each hand-selected by a jury for their exceptional talent and unique style. 

This year’s show is expected to be bigger and better than ever before, and will take place over Memorial Day weekend. 

March 26, 2024

Always a Student

Exploring Behavior to Increase Accessibility in Visual Art Classrooms

Accessibility requires an individualized approach. It means that we are proactive in removing barriers so that all students can engage equally. In arts classrooms there are different types of barriers than in academic classrooms. In this workshop, I was introduced to the ABC’s of Behavior and how it can help account for the unique environmental variables, classroom behavior systems, and curriculum and instruction occurring in arts classrooms. I was introduced to strategies, resources, and a process so that I can develop multi-tiered systems of support that integrate prevention, teaching, and reinforcement strategies that align to UDL guidelines and increase accessibility for all.


Dr. Helene Robinson has been an educator and advocate of accessibility and inclusion all her life. First as a public-school teacher in Miami Dade County Public Schools and Indian River Public Schools and then at other universities before joining USF Sarasota Manatee campus in 2013. Dr. Robinson is the Director for Critical & Creative Design Thinking, an Associate Professor of Instruction in the College of Education, the Arts Integration Coordinator, and an affiliate faculty member in the Department of Women & Gender Studies. Her work focuses on creating inclusive environments using multi-tiered systems of support, arts integration, UDL guidelines, self-regulation strategies, critical thinking, creativity, and design thinking to remove barriers to learning so that all diverse learners can thrive, with an emphasis on learners who experience disability. In all her work, she emphasizes the intersectionality of cultural identities and builds a posture of cultural reciprocity to empathize with the needs and values of others to design effective solutions. She was awarded the 2023 USF Women in Leadership & Philanthropy award for her work to combat ableism and increase accessibility for women breast cancer survivors. She has conducted numerous professional development workshops, created innovative undergraduate and interdisciplinary graduate degree programs, presented at many international and national conferences, and led and collaborated on multiple grants.

March 18, 2024

My Client’s Exhibition on March 30th


Aspiro and SAGE are pleased to showcase the original works by Aspiro artists under the instruction of local artist Gregory Frederic.

In February 2024, Gregory Frederic assisted Aspiro artists in the creation of various works as part of Arts for All Wisconsin. This completed collection will be showcased during this exhibit as the culmination of Disabilities Awareness Month.

Founded in 1974 in Washington, D.C., the non-profit now known by Arts for All held its first exhibit in Wisconsin in 1977. The mission of ARTS for ALL Wisconsin is to expand the capabilities, confidence, and quality of life for children and adults with disabilities throughout Wisconsin by providing programs in the arts.

Gregory Frederic is a Haitian-born artist who relocated to Green Bay in 2013. Together with his wife, Amy, they juggle raising their family while managing the business, CrewlArt, named after his childhood nickname, Crewl. He teaches various art classes to aspiring artists with disabilities as an instructor for ARTS For ALL Wisconsin and often teaches from his own studio in Suamico.


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