Results tagged with 'craft'
Published April 15, 2013
You'll find the plaster work of Eugene Orlandini, owner of Orlandini Studios in Walker's Point, at the Oriental Theater, Plaza Hotel, Central Library and many homes. His grandfather and uncle contributed to the Eagles Ballroom and the Marcus Center. Find out more about these talented, behind-the-scenes craftsmen and artists.
Published Jan. 15, 2011
After the intense initial immersion in her new role as a mom, Cortney Heimerl said she wanted to re-establish herself as a more hands-on participant in Milwaukee's art scene.
Published Jan. 1, 2011
Local artist Vanessa Devaki Andrew has her hand in so many things at any one time that it's hard to sum up what she does, or who she is in a few simple words.
But Andrew, a 29-year-old whirring ball of energy barely confined inside her human frame, offers up at least one word that fits, "conflicted".
Published Nov. 17, 2010
As the popularity of do-it-yourself crafting has grown exponentially in recent years, the scramble to land space at craft fairs across the country has become increasingly costly and competitive. A group of friends and staples of the local crafting community have launched a new craft fair in response aimed at being more welcoming to emerging crafters.
Published Sept. 12, 2010
Attention Ikea shoppers: You have other options. Milwaukee understands that your desire for style parallels your need for affordability when it comes to interior design, and that's why the city has secured yet another Fine Furnishings show to present a marketplace for the finest in handcrafted furniture, decorative accessories, original art and contemporary fine craft.
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Thursday April 11th, 2013 – Rosemont, IL People who aren’t comedians have no idea what is actually involved in the performing process, even though most think they do. I’m sure it’s like being in a rock band or playing pro sports - it’s a commonly shar...
Tuesday May 29th, 2012 – Chicago, IL Anyone who claims to be a performer of any kind needs to get on stage regularly in order to get better, but it’s especially true for comedians. We need that dynamic of a live audience to develop our timing and tell us what’s working...
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