Home / Tag: video
Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012
With 12 years of experience as a curator of contemporary arts at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, Madison Art Center and Harvard Art Museums, Sara Krajewski has arrived in Milwaukee as director of the INOVA (Institute of Visual Arts)...
05.29.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Peggy Sue
Crossing the country form Portland, Oregon hoping to find fresh opportunities, Jason Burczyk traveled home to Milwaukee. The 2006 UW-Milwaukee Film and Graphic Design graduate participated in the University's DIVA program, an intensive field of study geared towards developing an advertising career through multiple art medias. This background enabled Burczyk to become Creative Director of four ...
04.25.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
One of my all-time favorite You Tube's - a history of awful draft picks by the New York Jets ...
Friday, Oct. 24, 2008

Art Preview

a new exhibit at the Haggerty Museum of Art, titled Stop. Look. Listen: An Exhibition of Video Works, more than a dozen international video artists challenge societys perceptions of reality. This scaled-down exhibition designed for the Haggerty traveled from the Herbert F.
10.07.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
There's a thread over on Brewerfan with links to the best plays, so I'm bringing the URL's this way.Kapler pulls back a Russell Martin HR in LABraun's walk-off grand slam on the last Thursday of the season to beat the Pirates and stay in the Wild Card huntPrince's walk-off homer the day beforeRickie's 3 run homer in the first game of the Cubs series during the final weekRussell Branyan's pinch-hit...
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
For nearly 25 years RSE Video (118 E. Dakota St.) has sold, rented and swapped videocassettes, DVDs and video games, building a devoted clientele in Bay View and beyond. RSE is one of Milwaukee’s last family-owned video stores, operated all these years by Rod Eglash, his wife, Helen, and daughter Michele. It will close in June.
Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008

Sensory overload at Milwaukee Art Museum

Providing a survey of any art movement prompts the question “Where to begin?” Take kinetic and optical art: In tracing its search for a more immersive art experience using color, motion, sound and light, one might begin with Cubism’s similar break...