Results tagged with 'exhibits'
Published Aug. 11, 2015
According to a Milwaukee NNS report, students from six area schools used what they learned from Negro League baseball player Dennis Biddle and All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player Joyce Westerman about the minority influence in baseball to create original artwork, displayed alongside a traveling memorabilia collection and personal photos provided by Westerman in an Arts @ Large exhibit called "Civil Rights and Baseball."
Published Feb. 19, 2015
The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, 2220 N. Terrace Ave., is pleased to present "Private Spaces, Public Authority," on view March 6 through June 7, with an opening reception the evening of Friday, March 6, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. with a special members only preview from 5:30 to 6 p.m.
Published Jan. 15, 2015
Today, the Betty Brinn Children's Museum announced the debut of "Word Headquarters," a new feature exhibit highlighting literacy and its role in children's success in academics, as well as in life.
Published April 26, 2014
The Jewish Museum Milwaukee - located inside the Helfaer Community Service Building at 1360 N. Prospect Ave. - is ready to rock. For the last several months, the museum has been prepping and tuning up its latest exhibit, "Jews Who Rock," a quick stroll through rock `n' roll history and the role Jews played in its thunderous ascent to popularity.
Published Feb. 10, 2014
For years, I heard there was a second snake button at the Milwaukee Public Museum, and I finally went in search of it last week.
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This morning, I found myself 10 feet up on a ladder with a vacuum strapped to my back a la "Ghostbusters" and a soapy rag in my hand. I had to procede with absolute caution; aside from the fact that there I was, a supreme klutz balanced very precautiously on a vaguely balanced ladder,...
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