Articles Referencing Pegi Christiansen
Dec 9th, 2012 by Marley Flueger
Chance connections have driven the life of this art instructor and arts advocate.
Sep 21st, 2011 by Adam Carr
Imagine this for a moment -- you’re a kid in a candy store, and as things go, this candy store is opening for the first time ever and only for one weekend. Oh gosh. You’ve dreamed of this cornucopia of confections so many times before, you know every name and shiny wrapper in the store... but your eyes are bigger than your stomach. How can you pick just a choice few, knowing your slight allowance won’t let you have all that you want? It’s the best and worst kind of agony.
Jun 24th, 2011 by Pegi Christiansen
Over the past couple of years, there have been a number of public art crises in Milwaukee. This has included the city removing a TRUE Skool mural, the arts community coming forward to save the Janet Zweig project for Wisconsin Avenue, and County Executive Chris Abele recently pulling the funding for a Milwaukee County Public Art Committee percent for art sculpture.
Oct 21st, 2010 by Jeramey Jannene
To fill the gap between the site's multi-year transformation from brownfield to productive industrial space, the 30th Street Industrial Corridor Corporation and Business Improvement District #37 invited IN:SITE to create art installations that generate interest in the area.
Press Releases Referencing Pegi Christiansen
Sep 11th, 2013 by Pegi Christiansen
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett has issued a proclamation recognizing October 1-10 as “Digital Billboard Art Month”(DBAM). Due to the generosity of Clear Channel Outdoor and Lamar Advertising, IN:SITE, fostering temporary public art, has organized a first-of-its-kind-in-the-nation digital billboard art initiative.
Aug 12th, 2013 by Press Release
Milwaukee billboards will get a little bit more pleasing in October.