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January 24, 2015
by: Ted Hamm

Two Fish Gallery Sponsors Brianna Lane & the Navigator's Club

twofish logo jpg copyWe are pleased to announce that Two Fish Gallery in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin is sponsoring the next Étude Sessions featuring Brianna Lane and the Navigator's Club. The sponsorship means quite a bit to our schools. Through Two Fish Gallery's sponsorship, we are able to cover the costs for the bands, which increases the money going to our students. Ultimately, it puts more students on college visits, more scholarships for our international service trips, more scholarships for summer programs, more residency programs, and more field experiences for our students. 

We are excited to partner with Two Fish Gallery because of our shared interests. Two Fish Gallery is owned by Pat and Karen Robison. Karen is a founder of IDEAS Academy and has been a leader in the development of our educational program as well as bridging science and the arts. For many years Pat and Karen have been active in schools through day-long workshops and extended residencies. Their work has been focused on combining their artistic endeavors with the science of art, often using raku as a way to student chemical reactions. In one residency, they created a labyrinth at Sheboygan South High School. When you check out the gallery, you can see Karen's science and art combined in the gardens that make up the grounds; it is truly a sight to behold.Two Fish Gallery exhibits Fine Art, Fine Craft and Fair Trade artwork. They also offer classes in raku, stoneware, and terra cotta. We are grateful to be able to partner with an organization with a similar focus on creativity coupled with ethical practices. Pat also teaches classes at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. 

For more information on the Brianna Lane and the Navigator's Club session please head to our page for the concert. 


January 23, 2015
by: The Étude Group

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The Étude Sessions blog is home to the stories behind Good Music + Good Cause. It is the best place to find information about upcoming shows and learn how the money raised through the shows is supporting students in all three of The Étude Group schools: ESAA, Mosaic, and IDEAS.

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December 23, 2014
by: Ted Hamm

We are the Willows: Live in the Local Show

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We are the Willows live on the Minneapolis TV show, The Local Show.

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December 22, 2014
by: Addie Degenhardt

The Étude Sessions Presents: We are the Willows

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We Are the Willows will play The Étude Sessions at Paradigm Coffee and Music on Saturday, January 10 at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at Paradigm for $15, $10 for students with valid IDs.

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December 13, 2014
by: Ted Hamm

The Étude Sessions Presents: We Are the Willows

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The Étude Sessions is proud to present, We are the Willows on January 13th, 2015 as they support their new album, Picture (Portrait).

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October 13, 2014
by: Ted Hamm

Chris Bathgate : NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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The second best thing to hearing Chris Bathgate live is listening to his Tiny Desk Concert. Check it out as you properly prepare yourself for Saturday, October 18th at Paradigm Coffee.

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October 8, 2014
by: Ted Hamm

The Étude Sessions - Opportunities

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In the last post, I shared with you some of the origins of the Étude Sessions. As we move ahead with the sessions this year, we see the funds raised as having a significant impact across all three of our schools. The central purpose of the sessions is to build community. With that in mind, we want to the funds raised to go towards building a stronger community by supporting our young people. This will take the shape of:

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