Artdose Magazine – coming this Summer 2019

We are pleased to announce that our current Artdose Art Guide will go through a re-design to bring more content happening in the visual arts in Wisconsin. Since 2013, Artdose has been connecting and supporting artists, galleries, artist studios, institutions.

This new re-design will include more artist interviews, a curator spotlight section, a growing artist directory, art venue listings, advocacy tips, social club gathering, professional development for artists, community art projects, and so much more….

This Summer 2019 the Artdose Art Guide will be piloted as Artdose Magazine. To participate, download our PDF. 

Image: Does not depict actual magazine cover. Serves as an illustration only.

“Artdose Art Guide has been a labor of love and continues to grow and give. We are exposed daily to artists, artworks, exhibitions and art events via submissions and social media. Sometimes it can be difficult to tap into a broader audience using our own resources. Through collaborative efforts we can all share the love for Wisconsin Art. Artdose Art Guide’s success has been finding those audiences via print, website, e-newsletter, and social media to share all of the amazing things happening in our communities”.- Frank Juarez, Publisher

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Wisconsin art and artists matter


For the past five and half  years we have been putting together an art publication called the Artdose Art Guide as a way to connect and support [art] communities in North East and South East Wisconsin and to promote those working in the visual arts whether it being an artist, an artist run space, non-profit art center, art incubators, etc. We believe we all share a common goal by introducing, offering, and engaging others with diverse art experiences created through our arts programming and services.


What began in 2013 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin as a 12-page black and white art publication has grown into a 24-page full color art publication focused on local art content (2014). Today, it has evolved into an 11 x 17 inch French fold publication with dedicated pages for art venues, artist directory, ads, and a quarterly featured artist. Circulation increased from 600 (2013) to 3,000 (2018) issues being distributed throughout North East and South East Wisconsin.

What Make Us Unique

We are more than just an art publication. We believe in maintaining and nurturing professional relationships with those that support us. One way of achieving this is to continue to think outside the box by creating opportunities for the public to engage in beyond print. We are truly about collaboration and continue to connect our art communities across the state of Wisconsin.

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To learn how you can become a part of this publication simply fill out the form below and we will email you a PDF with detailed information.

We are currently accepting submissions from now through June 1, 2019.

Published by Artdose Magazine

Founded in 2013, Artdose Magazine LLC is an independent print and digital art magazine committed to connecting and supporting the visual arts in the Midwest. Published by Frank Juárez, the magazine is premised on the belief that we all share common goals of introducing, engaging, and offering diverse art experiences. Artdose Magazine LLC appears in print as a bi-annual art magazine, through a weekly art e-newsletter and on Instagram and Facebook. About Frank Juárez Frank Juárez is an award winning art educator, artist, publisher, art coach, and former gallery director living and working in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.. Organizing local and regional art exhibitions, community art events, facilitating presentations, supporting artists through professional development workshops, use of social media and networking has placed him in the forefront of advancing and promoting local artists and attracting regional and national artists to collaborate, network and exhibit in Wisconsin.

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