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Splash Studio [edit]
184 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 882-7621
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Splash Studio is a painting bar in the Third Ward. People can sign up for three-hour painting sessions online or stop by to have a drink and observe. Splash is also a gallery dedicated to local artists.
Upcoming events

Dec. 31, 2014 - Jan. 1, 2015
Splash Studio's Plastered with Plaster New Year's Eve Party

There's no better way to ring in the New Year than by getting plastered at Milwaukee's most creative New Year's Eve party. Follow along with local artists Sarah Opatz and Kris French as they take you through our newest plaster painting, Hour Zero. Layer, sculpt, paint, drink, and celebrate your way to 2015. We're upping our game this year with more to do, eat, and paint than ever before. Take a break from painting to nosh on complimentary party snacks and celebration cake. Play our 8-bit video games, indulge in Happy Hour bar specials all night long, and for the first time ever on NYE, rock out under the black lights while your plaster takes shape. You'll even get a delicious glow-in-the-dark shooter and some awesome glow swag to ensure that you can truly #glowwild on NYE. As the clock ticks down, we'll pass out the party hats and complimentary champagne, unleash the balloons, and ring in the New Year Splash-style. And trust us - when this party's over, you'll proudly say that you got PLASTERED on New Year's Eve.


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Splash Studio expands What is a blog?  For us it is a short blurb that we write when the mood strikes us.  It can be first person, funny or informative. In short, a blog is whatever we want it to be.

By Molly Snyder - Dec. 03, 2013
Splash Studio in the Third Ward announced today that it is in the process of … Read more...
Drink, paint and be merry at the Third Ward's Splash Studio

Drink, paint and be merry at the Third Ward's Splash Studio

By Molly Snyder - June 25, 2012
At first, the concept of going to a bar to paint was intriguing, but also a … Read more...