Results tagged with 'janet zweig'
Published Sept. 12, 2011
Margaret Stutt, the Milwaukee musician now based in Brooklyn that we all call Pezzettino has been nothing if not industrious, releasing a slew of CDs in just a few years. Now, she says, her "dark fear concept album" has reached the mixing stage and will appear soon.
Published Aug. 20, 2011
Janet Zweig's much-discussed public art display in Downtown Milwaukee called "Pedestrian Dramas" was installed last week and features five kiosks on the north side of Wisconsin Avenue in front of Northwestern Mutual.
Published April 14, 2009
It was great to see the Common Council do a flip-flop this morning on Janet Zweig's flip-photo project for Wisconsin Avenue, getting what would have been a major Milwaukee flop back on the rails. At a morning committee hearing, aldermen were wowed by the turnout and by the messages received in advance of it from constituents.
Published April 3, 2009
I first found out about Zweig's innovative art project coming to Milwaukee about three years ago when the project was still just an idea. I was curious. Today, it's grown into a minor "controversy." Here are my thoughts and what you can do to move the project forward.
Published April 2, 2009
He's the man you love to hate, Fonz fans, but Mike Brenner helped found Milwaukee Artists Resource Network, once ran what was one of the best galleries this city has seen in a long time, and is one of the few people willing to throw himself in front of the train for public art.