SchoolArts Collection: Contemporary Art Now Available

In 2020, I was invited to write a foreword, Embracing Contemporary Art, for the newest addition to the SchoolArts Collection. Such an honor to be included in this publication. Thank you Nancy Walkup and Davis Publications. SchoolArts Collection: Contemporary Art is now available for purchase. This art education resource addresses four main areas (Identity, Social… Read More SchoolArts Collection: Contemporary Art Now Available

Giving Tuesday: Support the National Art Education Foundation

November 30, 2021, is Giving Tuesday. In 2015, I received the Mary McMullan Grant, which supported a project that I facilitated called, “The Midwest Artist Studios Project“. This project connected Midwest contemporary artists with secondary art education with the primary focus being on literacy. NAEF offers grants designed to meet the needs of K-16 art… Read More Giving Tuesday: Support the National Art Education Foundation

Carroll University Celebrates 175 Years: Pioneer Accomplishments

Carroll University turns 175 years this year. As a way to celebrate this milestone, CU recognized alumni that have made an impact in their careers since 1875. Frank Juarez, 1997, joins this list of notable alumni such as Lucius Newman, 1875, (founding publisher of the Milwaukee Journal), Vernon Thomson, 1927, (Wisconsin governor, 1957-59), Donald Goerke,… Read More Carroll University Celebrates 175 Years: Pioneer Accomplishments

New York Bound – 2022 National Art Education Association National Convention

This week I received word that my proposal, “Designing A Post-Pandemic Artist-in-Residency Program”, was accepted at the upcoming 2022 National Art Education Association National Convention in New York City, New York. Approximately 1,400 proposals were submitted for this 3-day art education convention. This school year, the highly anticipated event will be offered in-person and virtually,… Read More New York Bound – 2022 National Art Education Association National Convention

An Artist’s Journey: Adventures in Entrepreneurship

Announcement: Frank Juarez will be sharing insights on business of art practices in this upcoming series, An Artist’s Journey: Adventures in Entrepreneurship. About Professional Practices for Artists There’s a growing need to expose, educate, and engage artists into making their passion and talent sustainable. The reality is that self-employed artists and creative entrepreneurs need to… Read More An Artist’s Journey: Adventures in Entrepreneurship

The Money $how curated by Frank Juarez and Ric Kasini Kadour at Saint Kate Arts Hotel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

“The Money Show” in the AIR Space of Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel takes guests on a tour of late-stage capitalism. Each artist in the exhibition uses collage to unpack ideas about money and its influence on our culture. Artworks speak about Black wealth, immigrant remittances, and how mid-20th century advertising informs present-day attitudes.… Read More The Money $how curated by Frank Juarez and Ric Kasini Kadour at Saint Kate Arts Hotel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Frank Juarez featured in Success Magazine

Since 2013, the foundation of Artdose Magazine has been to connect and support the visual arts in Wisconsin through printed publication, social media and programming featuring artists, curators, emerging exhibition spaces, and art-related businesses. What began as a 12-page, black and white publication in Sheboygan has grown into a bi-annual, full color, art magazine. Frank… Read More Frank Juarez featured in Success Magazine