Visual Art

3 Eccentric and Eye-Catching Art Experiences You Can’t Miss

check out these stunning displays of art at the Pablo Center this fall

Elana Dresen, Barbara Arnold


The Pablo Center is wading in a new exhibit entitled, “Condition Blue: The Acoustics of Aquatics,” featuring the music of chamber band CORDIS, along with extraordinary images curated by National Geographic. The display will be unveiled on Oct. 6 at the Pablo. “Condition Blue” is just one sliver of a multi-part recording and touring project with CORDIS meant to explore the creative and visual properties of the Earth’s elements and how they interact. The project is meant to raise awareness to climate change and our planet’s limited resources. The exhibit encourages audiences to explore Earth’s captivating aquatic life and environment, with a focus on the biodiversity of marine life. CORDIS’ punk-rock sound plays along with on-screen and on-stage imagery of the planet’s water-based organisms, with imagery intended to emulate water and its characteristics and create an experience that is unlike any other. Snag tickets, starting at $20 per person, at the Pablo Center’s website at Hope to “sea” you there! –Elana Dresen



Does music move you? Well, it moved area young artists, who are slated to be featured in a new virtual exhibit entitled “Music Moves Me: Children’s Artwork Inspired by the Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra” through Oct. 31. The exhibit allows young artists the opportunity to have their art displayed as part of the whole exhibit, combining visual and musical arts. Submissions are open until Oct. 16. The event is free and open to the public during the Pablo Center’s regular hours.  –Elana Dresen


The fourth annual Confluence of Art exhibit opens on Sept. 11 and runs through Nov. 14. This juried exhibit features recent works from regional and national artists.The exhibit features over 50 artworks crossing different media, techniques, and motifs selected for display, including the above piece by T. Owens Union of Fairfield, Pennsylvania. For more info, visit –Barbara Arnold


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