co-curators, Frank Juarez & Melissa Dorn.

Photo by Lois Bielefeld


INDIANA GREEN is an annual group exhibition featuring 2-D and 3-D works by artists living and working in Wisconsin.

The first INDIANA GREEN was organized by Frank Juarez in 2010 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and featured artists from IL and WI. What was supposed to be a one-time exhibition slowly grew into 10 years of working with amazing artists. In 2016, the focus transitioned to working and exhibiting Wisconsin artists.

INDIANA GREEN introduces a diverse body of work by artists working from paintings to mixed media, sculpture to printmaking, and installation to photography. This exhibition features works that are meaningful and significant today in Wisconsin's contemporary art landscape. This exhibition is co-curated by Frank Juarez and Melissa Dorn.


Looking Ahead: 

2020 - INDIANA GREEN 2020, Caestecker Art Gallery, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin

April 3 - May 5, 2020

Reception: April 3. Time: TBD.

Past Exhibitions: to view photos click the bold-faced year

2019 - INDIANA GREEN 2019, Cedarburg Cultural Center, Cedarburg, Wisconsin (10th Year Anniversary)

2018 - INDIANA GREEN 2018, Parts Unknown Studio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2017 - INDIANA GREEN 2017, The Arts Mill, Grafton, Wisconsin

2016 INDIANA GREEN 2016, UW-Sheboygan, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

2015INDIANA GREEN 2015, Frank Juarez Gallery, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

2014 - INDIANA GREEN 2014, Fifth Year Anniversary, Cedarburg Cultural Center, Cedarburg, Wisconsin

2013INDIANA GREEN 2013, Frank Juarez Gallery, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

2012INDIANA GREEN 2012, Frank Juarez Gallery (formerly EFFJAY PROJEKTS), Sheboygan, Wisconsin

2011 - INDIANA GREEN 2011, Greenseed Studios and Z Spot, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

2010 - INDIANA GREEN 2010, Greenseed Studios, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 

Indiana Green 2014 Foreword by Graeme Reid, Director of Collections and Exhibitions, Museum of Wisconsin Art [link]

Indiana Green 2016 Foreword by Kat Kneevers,  Art-A-Go-Go on Riverwest Radio and Look At This art video series for Shepherd Express Host [link]


10 Year Anniversary Video by Robby Antonio Alcazar of RAAFilms