Hello! I’m Frank Juarez. I am an award winning art educator, artist, author, presenter, arts advocate, and former gallery director living and working in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
On March 7, 2021, Frank Juarez presented virtually during the 2021 National Art Education Association. This presentation tapped into integrating the art world into the art room as a multi-dimensional approach to student learning, rigor, and college/career readiness. Video courtesy of the National Art Education Association.
Meet Frank Juarez
Frank Juarez brings nineteen years 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, national, and international artists to collaborate and exhibit in Wisconsin.
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September 22, 2020
In this episode, Sara Meyer, Promotions and Events Manager for Visual and Performing Arts at Carroll University, talks to Carroll alumnus Frank Juarez (’97) about his Carroll journey from pre-med to art, as well as some of his many post-grad achievements. His accomplishments include winning National Art Educator of the Year, founding Sheboygan Visual Artists, opening Frank Juarez Gallery, and Artdose Magazine.
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August 7, 2020
On July 17th, 2020 the following 14 local and national arts professionals came together to record a discussion on “The Role of the Traditional Gallery amid George Floyd and Black Lives Matter Protests. America, What Now?”
This video captures a panel discussion on the role of the traditional gallery in the world today as we address systemic issues of race and injustice in this country. The Alice Wilds is focused on promoting art and artists and we acknowledge the need to address these difficult topics and hope to stimulate constructive and sincere conversations for galleries, artists, and our patrons on what practicing anti-racism means in today’s society, and more specifically inside the art world.
This discussion was moderated by Tyanna Buie, artist and educator. Panelists & Contributors included the following gallery owners, curators, artists, and community arts advocates from Wisconsin, Illinois, New York, and New Mexico: Anais Duplan (Panelist), Jenie Gao (Panelist), Michelle Grabner (Panelist), Josh Hintz (Panelist), Frank Juarez (Panelist), Leah Kolb (Panelist), Lucy Mensah, PhD (Panelist), Polly Morris, PhD (Panelist), Maureen Ragalie (Panelist), John Riepenhoff (Panelist), John Sobczak (Panelist), Kylee Aragon Wallis (Panelist), and Deb Brehmer (Contributor), Simone DeSousa (Contributor )
An extra special thank you to feather ( @feather_chiaverini )
The podcast version is available on the following platforms:
Video and podcast courtesy of The Alice Wilds and Tyanna Buie.
March 12, 2020
Success Magazine, July/August 2020
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May 9, 2019
Art Advocate: Frank Juarez Impacts Students, Community Through Love of Art by Dave Dahmer, Madison365.com
“Personally, I feel like art has been my salvation, in a way,” says Frank Juarez. “Where I grew up in Milwaukee, there was a lot of crime and a lot of vandalism and a lot of gangs. So, focusing on my art was my way of avoiding that. Read more.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel / TAP
April 23, 2017
With new gallery, Frank Juarez extends role as artistic advocate by Rafael Francisco Salas [link]
April 12, 2017
Frank Juarez Gallery Opens Gallery in Third Ward by Kat Kneevers [link]