On Broadway Inc.: Creative Community- A Pop Up Art Gallery

Danielle Wyatt

On Broadway, Inc.


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GREEN BAY, WI – On Broadway is partnering with SAGE Green Bay to host Creative Community: A Pop Up Art Gallery in the Pocket Park on Friday, August 9 from 7-10 p.m. The gallery focuses on the work of artists local to Green Bay. Live art demonstrations will take place around the park as well as the traditional gallery. Food vendors, including Voyageurs Sourdough, a beverage tent, and live music from DJ Moonbeamz will be present. There will also be a raffle attendees can enter to win a piece of art. There is no charge to attend this event. On Broadway’s Pocket Park is located at 325 N Broadway, right next to Creative Business Services.

“Our pop up events in the Pocket Park on Broadway have been a great way to engage the community in downtown Green Bay,” said On Broadway Event Intern Danielle Wyatt. “We’re looking forward to supporting the artists of Green Bay in this gallery.”

SAGE stands for “Share, Accept, Grow, Encourage.” Their journey began when a few small business owners decided they needed to share their stories, learn from their experiences, encourage each other with challenges, and give back to the community they thrive in.

A pocket park is a small park accessible to the general public and is often built on vacant lots or irregular pieces of land. The Pocket Park on Broadway will stay up until fall and includes parklets, trees, seating, gaga ball pit, outdoor chalkboard, solar charging station, and other activities. All are welcome and encouraged to utilize the space.

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For more information about pop up events in the Pocket Park please contact Danielle Wyatt at

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On Broadway, Inc. is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to strengthening the Green Bay community through economic development, historic preservation and promotion of downtown Green Bay’s Broadway District and the overall downtown community.