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Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013

Big funding changes have infused the city with vitality

The visual arts in Milwaukee are changing dramatically. In 2012, the Milwaukee Art Museum was the juggernaut. With 400,000 annual visitors, total assets of $129 million and operating expenses of more
Thursday, June 27, 2013

In-Site’s “Art on Fond du Lac” Installation

 Since 2006, In-Site has organized and curated temporary public art projects. This spring marks a major step for the organization: a 20-block project featuring nine lead artists, eight installations, dozens of volunteers
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012

12 performances, 12 hours on 12-12-12

 Pegi Christiansen has made performance art for 12 years. She has also sought out, chronicled and fostered efforts by other Milwaukee artists to create meaningful, memorable, even life changing live performances that don’t quite
09.17.2012 | | Posted at 12:17 AM

Mt. Mary College Hosts A Final (?) Exhibition

By Peggy Sue
A poignant afternoon marked Gary John Gresl’s exhibition opening at Mount Mary College’s Marian Gallery. On display in “Gary John Gresl: An Assembler (Possible Solo Finale),” new and old works, both large and small drew a captive crowd on Sunday afternoon in tribute to the revered grand artist of assemblage. Gresl created six new works for the exhibition, which astonish and inspire those ...

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