Results tagged with 'Public Art'
Published Jan. 24, 2020
On Friday morning, America's Black Holocaust Museum (ABHM) unveiled a sculpture by Sanford Biggers at its new home on the corner of North and Vel R. Phillips Avenues, and announced more than $1 million in funding from the Greater Milwaukee Foundation.
Published Dec. 18, 2019
Public art is a part of our culture and has great impact on our community, both locally and widespread. Meet three muralists who have been instrumental in making this happen.
Published Dec. 11, 2019
Around Dec. 15, another work first displayed at part of Sculpture Milwaukee will become a permanent fixture in the new plaza in front of the new BMO Tower on the corner of Water and Wells Street, thanks to a gift from Sue and Mark Irgens.
Published Nov. 7, 2019
Just east of Potawatomi lies a quirky sculpture garden at 1513 W. Canal St. in the Menomonee Valley. The garden has five sculptures that The Forest County Potawatomi Community - which now owns the site - is looking to give away to a good home.
Published Sept. 30, 2019
Since it rose on Milwaukee's horizon in 1982, the bright orange sunburst sculpture - titled "The Calling" - raised controversy and opposing opinions in Milwaukee. But over time, it has become a symbol of Milwaukee like the yellow Hoan Bridge or the white wings of the art museum.
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