WELCOME TO DONNA LEXA ART CENTERS
To promote creativity, dignity and community for people with special needs through art.
A community that supports the creative abilities of individuals with special needs.
The Donna Lexa Art Centers currently serve adults and teens with cognitive and physical disabilities, as well as individuals with mental health concerns. In addition, we provide art classes for senior citizens dealing with the challenges of aging.
Involvement in our art programming strengthens self-esteem, fosters independence, and provides new ways to express feelings. Art develops creative and critical thinking, which not only teaches our student artists new skills, but also provides a sense of well-being and enjoyment.
Learn about our current Programs/Classes.
Learn more about what our programming means to our participants through this video, created by Blackwell Arts and the Ralph Pabst Co.:
TREATS FOR TRANSFORMATION
JOIN US FOR DONNA LEXA ART CENTER’S OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 2017 ¦ 4:00 – 10:00 PM
247 WISCONSIN AVENUE
WAUKESHA, WI 53186
Learn how we are transforming the lives of people with special needs by promoting creativity, dignity, and community through art!
Purchase an artist’s handmade DLAC dessert plate and treat. 100% of funds raised will be used to help develop the artistic goals and abilities of adults with special needs.
PART OF DOWNTOWN WAUKESHA’S ART CRAWL!
9th ANNUAL HOWL AT THE MOON LADIES NIGHT
Join us at Waukesha Floral and Greenhouse Friday, October 6th from 6-9 pm for another amazing ladies’ night! Gather your “best buds” and celebrate an evening of howling good food and crazy comedy.
We are excited to announce that our very own Executive Director, Rosemary Pearson, will be one of the contestants at this event. Be sure to buy your tickets and RSVP to this outstanding event!
DLAC IS LOOKING FOR NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBERS
Our Board of Directors’ goal is to help ensure effective and fiscally-sound programs and operations by providing vision, leadership, and direction. We are looking for individuals who are committed to our mission and the programs of our organization. If you are interested please visit our Board of Directors page for more information.
CONGRATULATIONS TO DAN AND RUSSELL!
Congratulations to Dan Campbell and Russell Dieball who both had artwork accepted into The Harvey A. Stevens International Collection of Art by People with Developmental Disabilities at the Waisman Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dan submitted a watercolor and marker piece, “Untitled”. Russell submitted a watercolor piece, “Sunset Beyond the Lighthouse”.
In the case of severe weather, we will generally follow the public schools in cancelling classes during the school year, and our instructors will make a decision based on student safety during the summer. We will attempt to notify all students of closings.
We will always post our closings on Today’s TMJ4, under the business closings for the county in which the class takes place. We will also post it here on our website, and we will have a message on our phone, so you can call 262-521-2292 to confirm a closing at any of our locations.