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.
The Reginald Baylor Studio's tagline is "We Design Creativity," which might sound abstract, but actually concisely describes the business' mission.
In the spring of 2019, the InterContinental Hotel Milwaukee, 139 E. Kilbourn Ave., will transform into the city's first independent arts hotel in the heart of Downtown Milwaukee.
In support of National Walk Out Day, The Waxwing, 1800 E. North Ave., is providing a community open house from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The free event will feature live music, local inspirational speakers and open workshops.
The creative team at Plaid Tuba starts an innovative local art auction today on OnMilwaukee.com's ShopLocal marketplace.
Another day, another list. Today, it's USA Today that has Milwaukee in its "10 best city art districts around the USA." Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward appears among neighborhoods in Dallas, San Diego, Raleigh and other cities. Here's what the story had to say about the Third Ward...
Gallery Night and Day is this coming weekend, Oct. 15-16, and there are a few new spots coming online. One inside Marine Terminal Building and another at the former Quality Candy/Buddy Squirrel in the Third Ward.