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Museums & Galleries

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America’s Black Holocaust Museum
Artifacts and exhibits that detail the horrors of slavery in America.
http://www.blackholocaustmuseum.org/


Barclay Gallery & Garden Cafe

Handmade works of fine crafts from America’s top artists.
http://www.barclaygalleryonline.com/


Betty Brinn Children’s Museum
Hands-on displays teach science, business, art, and more to kids in a fun environment; there is also a toddler section for ages 0-3.
http://www.bbckids.org/


Bradley Sculpture Gardens
Considered one of the countries premier sculpture gardens.
http://www.sculpture.org/


Bresler Eitel Art and Framing Gallery
Gallery events for the general public, framing supplies and services for artists, and installations for corporate clients.
http://www.breslergallery.com/


Brooks Stevens Gallery of Industrial Design
Exhibits work by national and international industrial designers.
http://www.historicthirdward.org/


Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion

Home to Milwaukee’s pioneer brewing family and five archbishops, this mansion is being restored to its original splendor.
http://www.pabstmansion.com/


Charles Allis and Villa Terrace Art Museums
These galleries are house in two of Milwaukee’s oldest historic mansions to host artist exhibits, collections, and special events.
http://www.cavtmuseum.com/


Discovery World Museum
Hands-on science museum with day special events and exhibits; day camp and special classes are available.
http://www.discoveryworld.org/

Eisner Museum
Gallery of historic advertising; tour available.
http://www.eisnermuseum.org/

Elaine Erickson Gallery
The gallery focuses on contemporary paintings, works on paper, and sculpture. Abstract and representational works are also featured, such as surrealism and African art. http://www.ericksongallery.com/

Great Big Faces
This gallery focuses on artist entertainment.
http://my.execpc.com/~merklein/

Gutzwiller Art
Impressionist paintings that portray scenes from around the world; both original pastels and limited edition prints are displayed.
http://www.gutzwillerArt.com/

Haggerty Museum of Arts

Features works in all media, ranging from Old Master paintings to contemporary video sculpture; part of Marquette University.
http://www.marquette.edu/haggerty/

Hotcakes Gallery
This gallery exhibits contemporary fine art.
http://www.hotcakesgallery.com/

International Clown Hall of Fame
Art dedicated to preserve the advancement of clown art.
http://www.theclownmuseum.org/

John Michael Kohler Arts
JMKAC functions as a catalyst for and explorer of new art forms and new ideas that will impact the lives of both artists and public.
http://www.jmkac.org/

Kate Gingrass Gallery
A contemporary art and fine craft gallery that provides corporate clients with numerous art related services.
http://www.gingrassgallery.com/

Milwaukee Art Museum
Houses a collection of over 20,000 works and is housed in a landmark building designed by Eero Saarinen.
http://www.mam.org/

Milwaukee Public Museum
A premier natural history and science facility that is world-renowned for its exhibits, collections, ongoing scientific research, and educational programs.
http://www.mpm.edu/

Mitchell Gallery of Flight
The gallery features artifacts and history about aviation in the Milwaukee area.
http://www.mitchellgallery.org/

Riverwest Artists Association
Fosters refective, innovative, and productive art in southeastern Wisconsin.
http://www.riverwest.org/

St. Joan of Arc Chapel
From 15th century France, this medieval chapel showcases a stone in which Joan of Arc prayed at before leading her countrymen into battle against the English in 1492. http://www.marquette.edu/campus/joanarc.htm

Studio Art Crawl
Semi-annual open house in a historic building with 4 floors of artist studios; includes glass, ceramics, leather goods, painting, printmaking, and photography.
http://www.studioartcrawl.com/

Studiomak
By Artists for Artists.
http://www.studiomak.com/

Studio Shelby
Impressionist artist and illustrator who offers cityscapes, landscapes, and portraits. http://www.studioshelby.com/

Troy Folliard Gallery
Features still life, landscape, abstract, and figurative works of art in multiple mass mediums.
http://www.troyfolliard.com/

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts
Provides a space for alternative, visual, and performing arts; supports art audiences and artists, as well as the entire community.
http://www.wpca-milwaukee.com/