Results tagged with 'Public Art'
Published Jan. 8, 2017
Walls of Strength aims to combat fear, cynicism and despair by allowing residents to write positive notes into clay stones. The stones, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports, are then mortared together to create a wall with three segments: hope, love and courage.
Published Nov. 1, 2016
The Ghost Train, a new public art project - or, to use the creator's language, an "artistic sensory experience" - made its debut last night at the Oak Leaf Trail Bridge and Capitol Drive in the Village of Shorewood.
Published Oct. 14, 2016
Artist George Gist slopped paint onto his brush and stroked it across the Wisconsin Black Historical Society's brick building at 2620 W. Center St., replacing the building's mural with a new one, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Sept. 21, 2016
This weekend, after months of preparation and a seven-day installation process, Black Cat Alley officially opened to the public. One of the murals, a larger-than-life painting of an African-American man wearing an orange prison suit, has inspired passionate critique on social media.
Published Aug. 15, 2016
After a group of residents participated in several artist-led brainstorming workshops with local residents, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports a new mural is on the wall of Supermercado El Rey, at 1320 W. Burnham St.
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