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.
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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.
It's pretty uncommon to develop a new technique for something that has been done for hundreds of years, but that's exactly what one could call the hand-inked hats created by John McLaughlin at Brass Rooster.
Often the architecture of a building is appreciated, but what about the furniture inside of it? Sometimes it too is art. And Milwaukee is cranking out some of the finest furniture makers in the country.
Fanana Banana, a forum to showcase the works of Muslim creatives in their community, held its first art show in April at Dream Lab in Walker's Point, where 16 artists showcased their work, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
At one time moving to New York or L.A. made sense for illustrators, now it's possible to secure big city work while living in medium-sized Milwaukee.
LUNA artists argue that some local galleries have made a big deal about the diversity of their shows, but others have not featured any Latinx artists' work. This group works to change that.
James "JIMBOT" Demski creates unusual, playful scenes where machine and nature coexist together, particularly birds and robots.
Art is created to challenge the viewer's limitations and thought processes, causing them to think about what is being presented in front of them. This, inevitably, causes controversy.
Lennox Lange and Todd Gnacinski have big plans for their Shorewood-based tattoo shop.
MIAD graduate and New York native Ethan Keister is a man whose interest in travel and design literally took him around the world from New York to India and then, by choice, back to Milwaukee.
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.