May 1, 2023
For Immediate Release
Frank Juárez, founder + publisher
Sheboygan, Wisconsin – This year marks Artdose Magazine’s 10th Year Anniversary. Artdose Magazine hosted an event at Saint Kate – the Arts Hotel on April 29, 2023. This event brought attendees from across the state to celebrate this milestone. Publisher, Frank Juárez spoke on the history of Artdose, why it was created, how it pivoted during the pandemic, and where it is heading. Saint Kate curator, Samantha Timm, led a curator-talk tour throughout the arts hotel’s permanent art collection, current exhibitions, and artist-in-residency program with Jeff Zimpel.
As an independent publication, Artdose Magazine strives to promote and support regional arts centers, galleries, artist studios, institutions, art museums, and non-profit arts organizations in the visual arts through a bi-annual publication, a weekly art e-newsletter, and social media campaigns. In addition, creating ways to further financially support artists, artist-run projects, exhibitions, and events.
“I am grateful for the support that Artdose Magazine has received since 2013. Even though we can access information online, being able to offer a printed publication for anyone to pick up, read, and learn about the visual arts is so rewarding. Advocacy, education, and community lay at the core of this publication. There is still more work that we need to do. For now, we continue to move forward one step at a time to see where this journey will take us.”– Frank Juárez
Highlights from Artdose Magazine
launched Artdose Editions
launching a business of art symposium in partnership with NWTC Artisan and Business Center later this Fall. Logo design by Design That Rocks.
included regional artists in Indiana Green Invitational.
created a sponsorship program to support arts programming
released its first perfect bound artist directory
(now available at Saint Kate in their gift shop)
expanded its reach to include neighboring states after 10 years of being Wisconsin-focused. States included are Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin
expanded its contributing writers to include regional perspectives
Click here to read about how we started.