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Eyes on Milwaukee: Foreclosed Homes to Become Artist Havens
Eyes on Milwaukee

Foreclosed Homes to Become Artist Havens

City aims to cultivate artistic community instead of demolishing homes.

Museum of Wisconsin Art to Dedicate Museum-wide Gallery Space for Tom Bamberger’s <em>Hyperphotographic</em> Retrospective
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Museum of Wisconsin Art to Dedicate Museum-wide Gallery Space for Tom Bamberger’s Hyperphotographic Retrospective

Bamberger’s works now straddled the line between traditional photography and contemporary art.

Transforming a South Side Neighborhood

Transforming a South Side Neighborhood

Diverse Clarke Square area makes changes that echo and may influence other efforts nationally.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Sara Daleiden

Contribution to Milele A. Coggs of $48

NEWaukeean of the Week: Sara Daleiden
NEWaukeean of the Week

Sara Daleiden

"I adore the history of and ongoing investment in public space in this city."

In Public: Why the Swing Park Failed
In Public

Why the Swing Park Failed

It became a comedy of errors, but raises serious questions about the city’s strategy for “creative placemaking.”

GMC receives Harvesting Leading Practices grant from Kresge Foundation
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GMC receives Harvesting Leading Practices grant from Kresge Foundation

Grant supports work in creative placemaking for the artery and Harambee/Riverwest neighborhoods

GMC Wins $725,000 Grant to Help City

GMC Wins $725,000 Grant to Help City

Kresge Foundation grant would help build city's Artery trail and revive depressed Harambee neighborhood.

Plenty of Horne: City Leaders Plot New Urban Placemaking Effort
Plenty of Horne

City Leaders Plot New Urban Placemaking Effort

With some creative use of grant money, the Greater Milwaukee Committee is helping neighborhoods update their image by ‘Urban Placemaking’

Artists Transforming the “Artery” Bicycle Trail

Artists Transforming the “Artery” Bicycle Trail

Trail runs north from Beerline trail, from Keefe Ave. in Riverwest north to Third and Capitol Dr.

Eyes on Milwaukee: The Swings are Back — and Better than Before
Eyes on Milwaukee

The Swings are Back — and Better than Before

Guerrilla urbanism triumphs, as “magical” swings re-installed under Holton Avenue Bridge.

Plenty of Horne: Marcus Prize-Winner’s New Installation Unveiled
Plenty of Horne

Marcus Prize-Winner’s New Installation Unveiled

Tokyo-based architect Sou Fujimoto gets the $100,000 Marcus Prize and works with students to create a temporary installation at Prospect and Ogden.

Arts Projects Coming to Wisconsin Avenue

Arts Projects Coming to Wisconsin Avenue

Greater Milwaukee Committee bringing two major art installations to Downtown and the Beer Line Bicycle Trail.

The Road to Creativity

The Road to Creativity

Despite carping from critics, the Creational Trails project seeks to artistically enliven 10 blocks of Wisconsin Avenue.