In conjunction with their season-opening production of Tennessee William's The Glass Menagerie, In Tandem Theatre will be adding another voice to dialogue surrounding this classic of the American theatre with a concurrent exhibition in the 10th Street Gallery. The works include paintings, multimedia collage, sculptures, found-object shadow boxes, and photography by local artists Amy...
Looking to commune with nature? Looking to impress a potential mate with your artistic prowess? Looking to boost your vitamin D intake? Looking to kill time this Sunday (September 21) from 8:30-5:00 p.m.? A One-Day Plein-Air Workshop with artist Derek Davis at the Plymouth Arts Center can assist. Davis - the grand prize winner of PAC's 2013 "Paint the Town, en Plein Air" competition - will...
reminisce about the good ol’ days, we pine for the lax pace of life but
overlook the lax environmental laws. While we would prefer to whitewash the
past, it’s the job of the artist to let the smog stains show through
School is back in session. And even if your days in the Delta Tau Chi are long past, you might be hungering for some knowledge. Fortunately you need not be a student to benefit from living in a city with multiple universities. On September 17, at 6:00 p.m., Marquette University's Haggerty Museum of Art will host a book signing and reception to celebrate the release of "Perimeter: A ...
What pairs better with a 1997 vintage Altamura Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon - early Wisconsin regional art or contemporary video art and sculptures? Vintage MOWA 2014 at the Museum of Wisconsin Art is your opportunity to find out. This wine tasting, auction and fundraiser event will feature 60 wines from across the US, to be accompanied with ...
Congratulations are in order: The Cedarburg Art Museum has received a tidy grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council to defray the costs of Cedarburg's Bernhard Schneider: From Lens to Brush. The new exhibition focuses on the artist's panorama paintings, which give a glimpse into a Cedarburg that no longer exists, as well as Schneider's nostalgia-inducing glass-plate photography. S...
It’s said that the family that plays together, stays
together. But what about the spouses that collect ceramics together? They put
on exhibitions at the Chazen Museum of Art. “The Human Condition: The Stephen
and Pamela Hootkin Collection of Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture” collects 120
pieces by 36 artists
At the beginning of
the month, Tyanna Buie’s “Still Lives” opened at the Museum of Wisconsin Art.
This site-specific installation marries screen printing, collage and ink on paper
with three-dimensional objects. The achievement was hard won: Buie discovered
that art could be a refuge while spending her early