About ArtsLink's Youth Arts Programming

ArtsLink collaborates with the local School District and the City of Reedsburg to provide free or low-cost arts programming for local youth.

Youth practice painting.

Reedsburg Area High School (RAHS) Public Art Exhibits

ArtsLink features the work of RAHS students in downtown Reedsburg as part of juried Spring and Fall Exhibits where top student artists are recognized.  Watch our Facebook page for upcoming dates!

Image of Molly McBride, a Reedsburg Area High School student artist.

Summer Youth Arts Programming

ArtsLink offers low-cost arts and performance classes as part of the City of Reedsburg's Parks and Rec Program.  New classes are posted to the City's online Summer Parks and Rec catalog  in April of each year.
Image of youth during Summer Rock Camp.

Art in the Park

Reedsburg ArtsLink creates colorful, large-scale temporary participatory public art in City Park.  Designed by a professional artist, the work is completed during volunteer-guided, family-friendly work sessions that engage both adults and children in completing the project.

Image of youth helping complete the Polychrome Walleye

Special Projects

ArtsLink makes a special effort to include area youth in special projects and programming, like our recently completed 20 Poems Project (link).  As part of this project, a guest poet led workshops for both elementary and high school-aged youth who then had the opportunity to participate in public readings and have their work featured as public art in Reedsburg's downtown.

Students work with poet Katrin Talbot to create poems.
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