Most of our summer traditions were unfortunately cancelled this year, but thankfully one of the newest, most eye-catching and, most important of all, distancing-approved seasonal sensations is back: Sculpture Milwaukee. Here's where to find it all.
As the mural boom continues apace all across Milwaukee, the Villard Avenue Business Improvement District #19 today announced a new large-scale five-mural art project to be installed along Historic Villard Avenue in the former North Milwaukee.
There's a new spot in the Riverwest neighborhood to stock up on delicious take-and-bake dishes and support a variety of local makers.
Milwaukeeans creating chalk art to convey positive and uplifting messages is one of the silver linings of this otherwise challenging summer. Thus, Fiserv Forum hosts "Chalk The Plaza" once again this Sunday, July 19.
Inside an 1844 stone dairy farm building, working in a well-organized workshop with two different types of forges, a variety of tools and an anvil in the dead center of the room, is StormCloak Forge's Sam Laturi, the only blacksmith in Ozaukee County these days.
Few have embraced the challenge of these current times like The Highbury Pub - from turning into a beer store to giving supporters "golden tickets" for enjoying soccer matches and, now, painting a mural in honor of a great local icon and his even greater mission.
Midcentury Modern Milwaukee isn't always the choice when someone decides to feature Cream City buildings in works of art. But that's where artist Patrick Castro has (mostly) cast his eye for his Make MKE series of drawings that he sells as prints on his website.
As Snack Boys prepares to open its new East Side location in the former Hotel Foster / Globe East, 2028 E. North Ave., next week, we got another peek at the colorful murals painted inside over the winter by local installation artist Kristina Rolander.
Fantastical stories from a black historical perspective that inspire and empower.
Nirmal Raja, a Milwaukee artist, embroidered the phrase on a cloth face mask, snapped a photo and posted it to her Instagram. The mask is one of nearly 50 in her growing art series "Feeble Barriers,â€ Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
While you can't step through the doors of any Brew City museums these days, the magic of the internet means you can experience the exhibitions on view at these institutions from the comfort of your own home.
Celebrate Milwaukee Day with these totally Milwaukee images. They are shareable, fun and perfect for 414 Day or any day! On, Milwaukee.
Some Milwaukee artists who have lost studio space and canceled public appearances because of the COVID-19 pandemic are discovering there's no place like home when it comes to art, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Milwaukee artist, high school teacher and Makers Market coordinator Ryan Laessig is getting creative with selling his work now that all of his shows and events are cancelled.
The historic AAA Four Diamond Pfister Hotel, owned and managed by Marcus Hotels & Resorts, today announced Nykoli Koslow as the hotel's 12th Artist in Residence.