• Thursday, September 10 - Aaron Betsky - ONLINE - Director of the School of Architecture and Design at Virginia Tech

    Thursday, September 10 - Aaron Betsky - ONLINE - Director of the School of Architecture and Design at Virginia Tech

  • Sunday, September 27th - OUTDOORS - David Daniel - American Players Theatre Education Director

    Sunday, September 27th - OUTDOORS - David Daniel - American Players Theatre Education Director

  • Sunday, October 4 - Lil' Rev - ONLINE - Wisconsin's Favorite Troubadour

    Sunday, October 4 - Lil' Rev - ONLINE - Wisconsin's Favorite Troubadour

Arts at the Waelderhaus


Kohler Foundation is excited to announce that our 2020 “Arts at the Waelderhaus” presentations will resume. Please see details below for our presentations featuring Aaron Betsky, David Daniel and Lil’ Rev. Two of our upcoming “Arts at the Waelderhaus” programs will be offered ONLINE as Zoom webinars and one will be held OUTDOORS at Waelderhaus.

Reservations are required for each program. Please call Waelderhaus at 920-453-2851 or email Debbie.Weber@kohler.com to reserve your spot. Admission is free.


 

“Beyond Buildings: Reliving Architecture” presented by Aaron Betsky
Thurs., Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. ONLINE

According to Aaron Betsky, Director of the School of Architecture and Design at Virginia Tech, previously the President of the School of Architecture at Taliesin, we do not need any more buildings. We need to reimagine, reuse, and relive the structures we already have. Architecture should not be a question of building but of questioning, opening up, and of unbuilding. There is an environmental reason for this: we cannot afford to waste non-renewable resources and land to create new buildings. We also have to realize that what makes us at home in the modern world is no longer just the making of structures that imprison us, but those images, forms, and spaces that let us play active and critical roles in our society. This lecture will show some recent attempts to make sense of our modern world.


 

“Shakespeare’s Toothbrush, and Other Observations about Renaissance Life”
Written and Performed by David Daniel

NEW DATE
Sun., Sept. 27 at 2 p.m. OUTDOORS at Waelderhaus

If it’s raining at 2 p.m., the presentation will begin at 4 p.m. instead.

APT Education Director and Core Company Actor, David Daniel, will present material from his program “Shakespeare’s Toothbrush,” a unique and hilarious look at the life and times of the Bard. From brushing your teeth (all seven) to fishing in the Thames, watching a play at the Globe to raising a family- join us for a stroll through the daily life of Elizabethan England. Mr. Daniel wrote and conceived this unique and hilarious look at the life and times of the Bard and has presented it as part of APT’s Beyond the Plays series, and at schools throughout Wisconsin. This event will let you revel in the beauty of classical dramatic language and provides a curious exploration of the culture and society that created the most produced playwright of the English language; William Shakespeare.

Safety protocols will be in place. Face coverings are required for all guests and seating will be physically distanced.


 

 “Scraps of Quilting Music” with Lil’ Rev 

Sunday, October 4 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. ONLINE

This heart-warming one man show, features Wisconsin’s favorite folk singer Lil’ Rev. You’ll find yourself singing along as Lil’ Rev weaves a unique tapestry of songs, stories, poems and quilting lore into a spell binding show that delivers a strong dose of good will. This program is an ode to the millions of quilters worldwide, whose gifts of patience have kept us warm in the thick of winter, brought us a little piece of home during times of war and showered our daily lives with a love that is unique to all those men and women who strive to let their stitches tell a story.

 


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