How to Enter a WRAP
1. WRAP entries must be original in concept and design. The following will help you with your entry.
2. Click on the WRAP that you would like to enter from the list below of Upcoming Exhibits/Workshops. This will take you to a page with information about the WRAP. From this page you can register and pay online by clicking on the black REGISTER box on the left side of the page. If you don’t want to enter online, the information page also gives instructions for how to enter by mail with a paper registration form and check for the $30 entry fee.
3. Print, complete, and attach the artwork identification labels to the back or base of each of your pieces.
Contact WRAP Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule of upcoming exhibitions and workshops
Below, you will find the upcoming Wisconsin Regional Art Program exhibits/workshops. Click on a WRAP to get Contact information. If you have questions about the Wisconsin Regional Art Program in general, please contact Becky Herb at (608) 467-8594 or email@example.com. Please advise the coordinator at the time of registration if you are handicapped and desire special accommodations. Requests are kept confidential. This program is offered in cooperation with UW–Art Department.
(Listed by workshop date. Scroll down and click on WRAP for individual workshop details.)
All entry fees are $30
Fern Hill, oil by Bill Schuele ~ Madison WRAP Show ~ Pyle Center. Photo by Judith M Schuele.
"The Wisconsin Regional Art Program is very important to me ~ offering a chance to exhibit and possibly sell my paintings in venues all-around the state. Thank you for making this wonderful program ~ part of The Wisconsin Idea ~ a reality for Wisconsin artists." ~ Bill Schuele, Muskego
"WRAP art shows have changed my life in a big way for which I will be forever grateful. It has been just one year since I have gotten involved and I am a happier/healthier/stronger person/artist because of it. I've met many wonderful new artist friends and am having a great time. Suddenly I am understood, what a relief, since I've surrounded myself with sensitive creative artists."