ABOUT US

Wisconsin Art and Artists Matter

About

Artdose Magazine is an independent print and digital art magazine committed to connecting and supporting the visual arts in Wisconsin.

We believe we all share common goals  of introducing, engaging, and offering others diverse art experiences provided through our arts programming and services.

What Make Us Unique

The Artdose Magazine has been a labor of love and continues to grow and give. We are introduced to the works of  artists, art exhibitions and art events. Sometimes it can be difficult to tap into a broader audience. Artdose Magazine’s success is finding those audiences via print, website, e-newsletter, and social media. Artdose prides itself to not only promoting the visual arts, but also creates ways to engage the community to learn and enjoy the visual arts. 

Artdose Magazine has merged with FRANK & CO WI art e-newsletter (2018), which means that content from Artdose is shared weekly to a growing list of subscribers. FRANK & CO is operating at a 43% open rate (national average is 24% for this type of industry). FRANK & CO is only available via an e-newsletter subscription. To subscribe visit frankjuarez.net and click on the FRANK & CO WI Art e-news tab.

Artdose has a strong online presence. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook

To learn more about how you can become a part of Artdose contact Frank Juarez (see below) or download our PDF. 

To participate, download our PDF. 

 

History

What began in 2013 as a 12-page black and white art publication has grown into a 24-page full color art publication focused on local visual art content (2014). In 2017 it 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. Today, we have evolved into a bi-annual art magazine. 


STAFF

Publisher: Frank Juarez

Frank Juarez is a gallery director, award winning art educator, artist, author, advocate, and community arts leader.

Frank brings over a decade of art education and arts management experience organizing local and regional art exhibitions, community art events, facilitating presentations, supporting artists through grant programs, and professional development workshops. This has placed him in the forefront of promoting Wisconsin artists, networking, and attracting regional and national artists to collaborate and exhibit in Wisconsin.

Stay connected: instagram.com/frankjuarezgallery


Graphic Designer: Sally Carson

sallyheadshotSally Carson is a freelance graphic designer who focuses on logo and branding for small local companies. She strives to assist people who need full brand identity and build their concept into something they can be proud of and be excited to present. She also creates works for layout design for circular publications and of books. Sally is also working on developing repeating pattern design for paper and fabric applications. Sally takes opportunities to capture moments and develop her photography knowledge during events she attends.

Stay connected: instagram.com/sallycarsongraphicdesign


Contributing Writer: Erika Block

Column: Artist Interviews

ebheadshotErika Block is a professional writer and designer working exclusively with the art, music, publishing, film and fashion industries. She is also a contemporary mixed media artist.

Stay connected: instagram.com/erikalblock

 


Contributing Writer: Todd Mrozinski

Column: Curator Spotlight

Todd Mrozinski acquired his BFA in painting and drawing from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in 1997 where he was the recipient of a Fredrick Layton Scholarship and attended The New York Studio Program. He was the 2015-16 Pfister Artist-in-Residence and curator of The Pfister Pop-Up Gallery. He is represented by The Woodman/Shimko Gallery, Provincetown, MA/Palm Springs, CA. Todd is is a contributing art writer for Urban Milwaukee and teaches drawing and painting for MIAD’s Pre-College and Continuing Education Programs. He and his wife, Renee Bebeau, have a studio in The Nut Factory in Milwaukee, WI.


Contributing Writer: Rachel Hausmann Schall

Column: On the Rise

Rachel Hausmann Schall is a visual artist, writer, educator and arts organizer living and working near Milwaukee, WI. She received her BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in 2015 and became co-founder and co-director of After School Special, a satellite artist collective that supports emerging and underrepresented artists through exhibitions and programming. She has exhibited work nationally at many galleries, alternative, and artist-run spaces including Chamber, Frank Juarez Gallery, Usable Space, HOAX Gallery, Brooks Stevens Gallery, Little Berlin, Boor Sculpture Studio, Project 1612, and Lease Agreement Gallery, among others. Her work explores various forms of language and takes shape primarily as painting, sculpture, and installation. In 2018, she was awarded the Mary L. Nohl Suitcase Export Grant and in 2019, she completed a residency at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. In addition to writing for Artdose, Rachel Hausmann Schall is also a contributing writer for the Chicago based arts publication Sixty Inches From Center and works at Pius XI High School in Milwaukee, WI as an arts educator.


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BACKSTORY

In 2006, I visited one of my best friends, Randall Baren, in Virginia. A common interest of ours is visiting art galleries and art museums. On a sunny afternoon, we found ourselves in downtown Richmond. I stumbled upon a guide, which featured art galleries, artists, restaurants, boutiques, etc. During this time I was co-owner of a contemporary art gallery, Barrow + Juarez, in the Third Ward in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. What I loved about this particular guide was that as a visitor I had some guidance as to where to go to see art.

Since my move to Sheboygan in 2004, I have witnessed the local art scene grow. Today, it is a thriving arts community with art groups, traditional and non-traditional gallery exhibition spaces, artist studios, and businesses that support the Visual Arts such as Two Fish Gallery, Z Spot, Paradigm Music + Coffee, Glas, Sheboygan Visual Artists, Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts, Plymouth Arts Center, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Seranya Art Boutique and Studio; to name a few. 

In 2013 I decided to launch my very own art publication called Artdose Art Guide through my gallery, Frank Juarez Gallery, as a way to continue exposing, educating and engaging the community about the Visual Arts in the North East and South East Wisconsin. This art guide has developed into a premier quarterly art publication featuring exhibitions, events, screenings, workshops, and so on taking place at galleries, art groups, institutions, arts centers, art related-businesses, and artist studios.

Today, we have evolved into a bi-annual magazine and changed the name from Artdose Art Guide to Artdose Magazine. 

– Frank Juarez, Publisher

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