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Articles tagged with 'Arts'


2016 farmers markets guide

Published Aug. 27, 2016

There's nothing better than a summer farmers market in Wisconsin. It's a chance for our local growers to show off their goods! Throw in live music, crafts, fresh flowers and clean summer air, and you've got yourself a homegrown good time.


UPAF taps Mindpool to bring The Fonz into the new millennium

Published Feb. 15, 2016

UPAF has rediscovered a pair of 1979 television commercials featuring Henry Winkler and has tapped Mindpool Productions to update them to promote this year's United Performing Arts Fund campaign to support the arts in Milwaukee.


Keeping the arts humming as Milwaukee's "economic engine"

Published Oct. 15, 2015

The United Performing Arts Fund calls the arts an "economic engine" for the city. About 6,000 people are employed in the arts in Milwaukee, and that comes out to about $100 million in annual wages. Is Milwaukee sufficiently funding the arts?


Walker's Point Center for the Arts names new director

Published Aug. 17, 2015

Walker's Point Center for the Arts (WPCA) named Ana Melo as its new executive director. Melo, who started on Aug. 10, grew up in the Walker's Point neighborhood. She is a bilingual community leader with a history in the arts, youth programming and nonprofit sustainability.


Milwaukee Ballet shines a sparkling light on "Mirror Mirror"

Published May 16, 2014

If a mirror has two sides, what does it take to know the one side that tells the truth? Or is it the other side harboring truth? Perhaps is it neither, with truth nowhere to be found? Those questions are at the heart of "Mirror Mirror," the world premiere ballet created by Michael Pink that Milwaukee Ballet opened Thursday night and runs through the weekend.


Milwaukee's fashion district expanding

Published June 19, 2013

New banners promoting the MKE Fashion District are flying in front of the stores and boutiques on Water Street, and they look good while helping to create a connection to the Third Ward.