Immerse yourself in art through theatrical productions, dance events, art galleries and artistic projects. Platteville businesses support art at a young age by hosting Hillmen Art Connection’s youth art displays at 33 locations in the community featuring Platteville School District students’ artwork, grades K-12.
Phone Number(608) 342-2787
The Harry and Laura Nohr Gallery, located inside Ullsvick Hall, provides high quality cultural and educational opportunities in the visual arts, free of charge, to the students, faculty, and staff of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and the people of Platteville and the Southwestern Wisconsin region.
Phone Number(608) 379-1302
HD Academy is a business bursting with fun. Enroll your child in tap, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, pom poms or clogging classes and see the art of dance turn into a passion. Let's Dance!
Phone Number(608) 348-3301
Platteville Art, Trails, and History project – PATH – is a community arts and culture project funded by the National Endowment for the Arts Our Town program. The goal of PATH is to bring the community together to decide what makes Platteville special and how we can use arts and culture to promote these special qualities and make our community an even better place.
The Platteville Children’s Choir was established in 1989 to provide the children of Southwest Wisconsin with an opportunity to be involved in the excitement of making beautiful music together. It began with the vision of Dr. Gerald Darrow, Choral Director in the Music Department at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and the members of the Platteville Chorale which he directed. The first singers were 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade students from the community. Currently there are over 115 children singing in three choirs who come from over 18 different communities in the area.
Phone Number(608) 348-9741
Located at 75 N. Bonson st., Platville, the Platteville Municipal Auditorium is the venue for the annual Memorial Day events, local plays and productions.
Phone Number(608) 676-0609
Rountree Gallery is dedicated to actively promoting the creation, appreciation, and education of visual arts in our community and surrounding area. They strive to make art accessible to the public by hosting quality exhibits, by acquiring and preserving our permanent collection and arts resource library, and by offering educational opportunities to all ages.
Phone Number(608) 342-1298
The UW-Platteville Center for the Arts provides a professional performing arts environment for students to learn about the arts through performance and classroom learning and provides quality performing arts and cultural opportunities for the community and the region.
The Center for the Arts, part of the Office of Event Services, is home to two performance spaces:
The Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall seats 489 people and the 200-seat flexible Theater can be arranged in arena, thrust, three-quarter round, or end-stage format.