Results tagged with 'historic milwaukee public schoolhouses'
Published Dec. 16, 2015
Today, I found myself driving past Bluemel's Garden Center, which is closed for the season, at 4930 W. Loomis Rd., and I couldn't resist the urge to stop and see the old South Division High School dome, which was built into the garden center's building.
Published Sept. 17, 2015
When Milwaukee artist Ariana Huggett started to leak out images of the paintings for her upcoming show, "Old Schools" - on view Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19-20, in conjunction with Doors Open Milwaukee, at the Material Studios + Gallery in the Third Ward - a lot of folks took notice.
Published Nov. 21, 2014
Milwaukee Public Library looks into Milwaukee's historic public schoolhouses with a small exhibit and panel discussion at Central Library.
Published Dec. 11, 2012
When writing my book, "Historic Milwaukee Public Schoolhouses," I recounted the story of the buildings that have been key players in educating Milwaukee children since the mid-1800s. But I know a lot of teachers and school administrators and many of them work in places I didn't include. Whenever they mention one such building, I suggest - jokingly? - that I needed to save some gems for volume two.
Published Oct. 28, 2012
OnMilwaukee.com Managing Editor Bobby Tanzilo is already a published author beyond the pages of the magazine you're reading right now. It's his fourth book, however, that spawned from an interest in where his own kids go to school, not to mention his long-time interest in "going behind the scenes." "Historic Milwaukee Public Schoolhouses" hit bookshelves this fall and chronicles the amazing architecture of the landmarks we send our children to every day.
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