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05.08.2013 | | Posted at 12:45 PM

Exquistie Woodcuts Explore "From Neither Here Nor There"

By Peggy Sue
Immigrant defines a word charged with personal and political meaning. In the United Community Center, the Latino Arts, Inc. gallery presents an exhibition to celebrate the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts 50th Anniversary with “Raoul Deal: Ni De Aquí Ni De Allá  [From Neither Here Nor There].” An artist in residence at UWM’s Culture and Communities progra...
03.29.2013 | | Posted at 12:43 AM

Congratulations to Milwaukee's Art Community

By Peggy Sue
  The long awaited Southern Graphics Council International Print: MKE 2013 conference concluded last weekend, a highlight to the year's creative events. Over 2000 artists, educators, and supporters of printmakers flowed through the city’s streets to study art, and the art of printmaking. For last Friday’s Public Print Crawl, galleries throughout Milwaukee overflowed with peop...
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...
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
How cool is this? On the flat roof of the INVIVO Wellness building beside Stubby's Pub & Grub, along the Milwaukee River just north of the Humboldt Avenue Bridge, a lighted dance floor and seating will be installed for open-air performances...
03.10.2012 | | Posted at 11:44 PM

A Modern Allegory Bathed in chalk

By Russ Bickerstaff
It’s a world of extremes. Things get extremely polarized politically—intellectually. All rational people are left with is an uninspired middle ground. Extremes are sexy—all or nothing and all of that. But they’re not terribly practical. There’s a real beauty in the uncertainty that lies outside of extremes that so often goes unnoticed. Personally I think it’s every bit as appealing a...
Thursday, April 2, 2009

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While composers often display the influence of their forebears, few come to create a whole new genre. One such rarity was Ludwig van Beethoven, whose compositions for cello and piano were unprecedented. When he started this process the cello was basically a supportive instrument in the orchestra's bass section...