Results tagged with 'Public Art'
Published June 17, 2016
Jeremy Novy, a Peck School of the Arts grad and a nationally-renowned street artist behind the colorful koi fish that have been swimming around the city for years, will paint the first street art in the East Side's new Black Cat Alley.
Published June 15, 2016
You might think that searching for a home referred to as "the invisible house" would be tough to find. It also might raise questions like, "Is there an invisible garage?" and "What about the inhabitants? Are they invisible, too?" Well, here's the scoop, folks.
Published May 29, 2016
A group of South Side youths set their sights on a foreclosed nuisance property at 1931 S. 6th St., choosing to utilize art to transform the long-neglected duplex into a neighborhood symbol of hope, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
Published May 12, 2016
The Black Cat Alley, a major new arts destination, will be a corridor of world-class murals created by a diverse group of professional and student artists. This "outdoor gallery" will be located in an alleyway between Farwell and Prospect.
Published March 10, 2016
The Shorewood Public Art Committee announced that it's begun planning a new public art project, an "artistic sensory experience" called "The Ghost Train."
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