Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013
"The 2012 Greater Milwaukee Foundation Mary L. Nohl Fellowships Exhibition"
Inova’s Nohl program sustains creative enterprise in the visual arts. Here are the top 2012 fellows/exhibitors: Public TV vet Danielle Beverly, who served in 2011 as a cameraperson on the politically charged documentary As Goes Janesville by Nohl Fellow Brad Lichtenstein and as a field producer for the Peabody Award-winning Sundance film Rebirth (she’ll exhibit clips from her films); Faythe Levine, a multimedia artist, curator, author and collector who toured for two years with her book and film, Handmade Nation: The Rise of D.I.Y. Art, Craft and Design (she’ll display photography); Colin Matthes, who comically juggles painting, drawing, installation, zine and graphic production (he’ll stage a solar-powered miniature demolition derby); and Emerging Artist fellows Lois Bielefeld, Tyanna Buie, Brad Fiore and Paul Kjelland. (Through Dec. 15.)