Results tagged with 'public art'
Published July 22, 2015
After months of planning and a week of preparation, community members and students from the Hopkins-Lloyd Community Learning Center painted an intersection mural in one day. According to a report from Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, it is located in the intersection of 15th and Hadley Streets, outside Hopkins-Lloyd Community School, an elementary school at 1503 W. Hopkins St.
Published June 6, 2015
Adam Carr can't quite say he was born and raised in Milwaukee because he moved here from the Washington, D.C. area when he was a year old, but the 30-year-old has built a life and career around exploring, critiquing, celebrating and documenting the city in a variety of ways.
Published April 16, 2015
Milwaukee is a mural-iffic city featuring murals of all sizes in many different parts of the city. Some do a better job incorporating the architectural elements of the given space than others, but all of them are colorful and conspicuous.
Published Dec. 6, 2014
Seventh- and eighth-graders from Anna F. Doerfler School are asking residents to support their mural at the intersection of 30th and Scott streets in Layton Boulevard West.
Published Oct. 30, 2014
"The Islands of Milwaukee" exhibit at City Hall was part of an ongoing effort to provide a voice to isolated seniors in Milwaukee, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
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