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Thursday, June 6, 2013


 Sports teams are not known for their politically correct monikers or mascots. On the contrary, over the past few years controversies have arisen as teams have been petitioned to find more acceptable designations. These typically
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Radical printmaking on campus

Printmaking has often been used to illustrate protest, whether for social, political or environmental issues. The UW-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery showcases this history in the exhibition “Uprisings: Images of Labor,” featuring
01.04.2013 | | Posted at 12:05 AM

Art & Cultural Initiative Housed inside Sweet Water

By Peggy Sue
Bay View’s Sweet Water Organics, a leader in urban agriculture, will be expanding to house an experimental art/cultural space directly inside the facility that already grows hydroponic crops. By naming the cultural undertaking ReciproCITY, Sweet Water plans to inspire artists, architects, media, scientists, scholars and a host of other interested professionals to push the cul...
10.12.2012 | | Posted at 08:18 PM

Printmaking and Social Protest

By Peggy Sue Dunigan
 Every year the “Greater Milwaukee Fund's Mary L. Nohl Fellowship for Individual Artists Exhibition” opens with anticipation. The city’s art community eagerly anticipates this premiere exhibition that officially opened last week for 2011 and runs through September 9, which allows one year for the seven 2011 chosen artists to create and then present their best artwork to the city.&n...
10.06.2012 | | Posted at 06:48 PM

Inova's Opening Night for 2011 Nohl Fellowship Artists

By Peggy Sue
  Friday night, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Inova/Kenilworth Gallery overflowed with people of all ages, people excited in Milwaukee art. The crowd rushed in for the opening of the “2011 Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists Exhibition,” which opened that evening, October 5. Eight artists comprised the 2011 exhibition this Octobe...