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Friday, Jan. 17, 2014

Public art invigorates four Milwaukee neighborhoods

 Last summer Reginald Baylor and Adam Carr spearheaded the TypeFace Project to create site-specific art installations in four Milwaukee neighborhoods affected by foreclosure and neglect, but located on busy thoroughfares. The installations were developed from conversations with
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
Tuesday, June 18, 2013

A trio of exhibits at the Milwaukee Art Museum showcase accomplished black artists

 At the Milwaukee Art Museum, it isn’t often that museum exhibitions address issues of aesthetic and social import, but its thought-provoking “30 Americans” and “Wisconsin 30” exhibitions are an exception. A three-hour
Tuesday, April 9, 2013

The new Museum of Wisconsin Art

 The new Museum of Wisconsin Art (205 Veterans Ave.) in West Bend opened to the public last Saturday. Set alongside the Milwaukee River on a triangle-shaped lot, MOWA is a destination for anyone interested in exploring
Wednesday, April 3, 2013

The New Museum of Wisconsin Art

 The new Museum of Wisconsin Art, at 205 Veterans Ave. in West Bend, finally opens its doors to the public. At first glance, the subtle façade, blocked in a variety of soft whites and the palest blue, functions as an abstract painting
Monday, Nov. 12, 2012
Art unites two generations at Cardinal Stritch University’s Northwestern Mutual Art Gallery in the unique “Baylor Family Exhibition.” A. Helen Baylor, author of the book Her Own Patch of Rain: The Prayer of a Young Daughter
12.31.1969 | | Posted at 06:00 PM
By Peggy Sue
While he sips a cup of coffee in the Pfister Hotel lobby Reginald Baylor enjoys the perks allowed the inaugural Artist In Residence, a unique program instituted by the corporate leadership at the hotel. Baylor gratefully accepted this fascinating opportunity to work in an open studio as the Pfister first Artist In Residence, a unique program that began in spring and offers him access to indivi...

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