Results tagged with 'Gallery Night'
Published Jan. 16, 2017
What comes around goes around and that's perhaps even more true in Smallwaukee. I was reminded of this when veteran editorial cartoonist Bill Sanders re-appeared on the scene, contributing his biting work to OnMilwaukee. Sanders' art is on view this week during Gallery Night.
Published Jan. 6, 2017
The Pfister Hotel has announced the six finalists for its 2017-18 Artist-in-Residence program.
Published Oct. 15, 2015
If you missed the event marking the 40th anniversary of Bruce Springsteen's legendary "bomb scare show" at Milwaukee's old Uptown Theater, you'll get another chance to acquaint yourself with that landmark 1975 performance on Gallery Night this week.
Published July 22, 2015
Earlier this month, Melissa Dorn Richards and Pamela Anderson transformed the top floor of the Marshall Building, 207 E. Buffalo St., and introduced Milwaukee to Material Studio + Gallery. The 6,900-square foot space formerly housed Plaid Tuba. Material will be open to the public on both Gallery Night and Day, July 24-25.
Published May 30, 2015
More than 45 local businesses and hundreds of local artists will participate in Bay View Gallery Night on Friday, June 5. Orange Gallery will celebrate its first gallery night with a grand opening party featuring DJ Malcolm Michiles and art from a variety of artists, including Nina Bednarski and John Kowalczyk.
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Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve: The T-shirt TransformedThis is an open invitation to all local artists to participate in Spring Gallery night by either donating a work of art, or to tak t-shirts and turn them into art. The results can be t-shirt designs, sculptures, paintings - anything. The...
For as much time as I have spent in the historic Third Ward of Milwaukee, I have never experienced Gallery Night & Day. Bustling with boutiques, galleries and an international art school, this quaint arts district opens its doors four weekends per year, showcasing its wares and artwork by loc...
Last night I had the opportunity to visit MIAD's senior exhibition before it opens to the public because my cousin is graduating. I was blown away by the professional quality, artistry and ingenuity of some of the projects. The diversity of talents and ideas was really astounding. ...
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