Wednesday, September 11, 2013



Voices is a month-long art exhibit and cultural event located in a re-purposed 15,000 square foot gallery space within Dubuque’s Historic Millwork District.  Voices began as a way for the artist’s voice to be heard, and quickly gathered support from the Dubuque community now in its ninth year. 



Last Saturday night was opening night.



18 different artists displayed work for this years show 






The artwork is as varied as the artists who created it.  It speaks to big issues in a variety of ways. And, just as important, it holds up in the warehouse space, with its patched-up floor and huge, battered pillars.


 Our friend Stephanie created an installation of four beautifully tiled pillars.












Music was provided by the Dubuque symphony orchestra and a huge  table provided hors d'oeuvers for the over 1000 attendants.

I did my part as one of the guest bartenders along with our friend Shane.

At the bar we did over $9.000.00 worth of business and a little quality control work too.

All photos were taken by our firend

Peter Fraterdeus

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A lovely, sweltering, time was had by all.
More photos of the art to come! #voicesgallery   #dubuque 

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