A Slice of Milwaukee’s History of Art Collection
‘Treasures from the Allis Collection’
“Treasures From the Allis Collection” will be on display May 31-Oct. 6, with an opening reception held on Friday, May 31, from 6-8:30 p.m. The Chares Allis Decorative Art Museum is located at 1801 N. Prospect Ave.
“Women, Nature, Science—Emilie Clark: Sweet Corruptions”
Lynden Sculpture Garden
2145 W. Brown Deer Road
This installment of the “Women, Nature, Science” series is a celebration and extension of the work of Victorian women scientists. Through meticulously rendered watercolors, artist Emilie Clark engages with the intricacy of detritus and the process of organic decay. The title of her gallery is drawn from a Walt Whitman poem in which the poet, reflecting upon compost, notes, “Such sweet things are made of such corruptions.” The exhibition opens Sunday, June 2, with a reception from 3-5 p.m.
“Spring on Brady: 2nd Annual Art Walk”
The Brady Street Business Improvement District (BID#11) and Art Milwaukee
Brady Street (between Lake Michigan and the Milwaukee River)
Visit more than 25 Brady Street merchants for a day of socializing, sidewalk sales, drink specials and, of course, art appreciation. Pick up a punch card at Casablanca and fill it as you stroll—when you’re done, submit it at Nomad World Pub for entry into an art-themed raffle. The walk takes place Saturday, June 1, from 12-4 p.m.
“60 Wrd/Min Art Critic”
2155 N. Prospect Ave.
Art critic Lori Waxman offers a novel and invaluable performance piece in which she guarantees succinct, serious criticism to visual artists on a first-come-first-serve basis. Striving to bring the usually disparate elements of creation, criticism and review into concert, the process has had much success in other cities. Free, twenty-five minute individual reviews will be held from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and 2:30-5 p.m. Friday, May 31 to Sunday, June 2 at Inova. Advance appointments can be scheduled by emailing email@example.com and walk-in hours will be available June 2. Some reviews produced will appear in the Shepherd Express. For more information, visit www4.uwm.edu.