Milwaukee School of Engineering's Grohmann Museum is a rare - unique, perhaps - temple to the rendering of industry and technology in art, full of paintings and sculptures of man and woman at work all around the world. The museum's new exhibition, "Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee," focuses the spotlight on its own hometown.
"Mazes & Brain Games," which remains at Discovery World through Labor Day, will challenge you and the relationship between your eyes and your brain, get your creative juices flowing and force you to explore new ways of solving problems.
Discovery World opened its "Power On" energy exhibit in late October and it's full on interactive fun. While it's true that some of the hands-on activities in the "Power On" exhibit will literally shock you, none of them will hurt you.
The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is partnering with Discovery World on a new exhibit that will celebrate the state's past, present and future sports heroes. The new exhibit at the museum will open on Jan. 24, 2019, in conjunction with the Hall of Fame's 69th anniversary induction.
The Jewish Museum Milwaukee - located inside the Helfaer Community Service Building at 1360 N. Prospect Ave. - is ready to rock. For the last several months, the museum has been prepping and tuning up its latest exhibit, "Jews Who Rock," a quick stroll through rock `n' roll history and the role Jews played in its thunderous ascent to popularity.
It's been a rough winter, even for hardened Wisconsinites like us. If the frigid temperatures have kept you and your kids inside, you may want to check out the latest green-built exhibit at the Betty Brinn's Children's Museum for a taste of the outdoors.
The UWM Union will offer an artistic look at the ways Milwaukeeans get around their city. The free exhibit, entitled "Transport Milwaukee," will be open to the public March 12 in the union concourse.