Kat Murrell

TCD’s Guide to Museums and Galleries

Enjoy Milwaukee's near-endless art opportunities, with Kat Murrell's Museums & Galleries Guide. Now updated for Spring 2013 Gallery Night and Day!

By - Apr 15th, 2013 01:35 am

There’s plenty to see in MKE galleries; (clockwise) Stephanie Barenz at The Pfister Hotel, Sadler Gallery, Avant Garde Coffeehouse Research Project at INOVA, Niki Johnson at Portrait Society Gallery, and Kevin Miyazaki at Haggarty Museum of Art at Marquette, just to name a few.


Anaba Tea Room

Anaba, a Shorewood tea house, has been offering local artists gallery space in their main dining room for more than 10 years. Exhibits rotate on a two month cycle.

  • On the Horizon: A solo show by Beki Borman consisting of landscapes, painted in bright oil paints. Borman, a 2004 MIAD grad based out of West Allis, uses a palette brush as her primary tool. Feb. 28 – April 28, opening reception Feb. 28.
  • Telling Stories: Megan Woodard Johnson’s work consists of mixed media paintings, where screws, keys and vintage paper find themselves attached to canvases alongside acrylic paint and drawn sketches. The result: textured pieces with a gripping level of depth and detail. May 2 – June 30, opening reception May 2, 5-7 p.m.
  • Street Scenes: Street photographer Julie Foreman will exhibit black-and-white photos captured from across the world. July 5 – Sept. 1, opening reception July 6, 5-7 p.m.
  • Shifting Boundaries: A collection of collage, printmaking and assemblage by Tori Tasch. Tasch’s works are designed to reflect social justice issues, and are often inspired by traditional women’s handicrafts. Sept. 5 – Nov. 3, opening reception Sept. 5, 5-7 p.m.
  • Encaustic Collage: Collage works by Lori Chilefone, some intended as sketches for future paintings. Nov. 7 – Dec. 29, opening reception Dec. 9, 5-7 p.m.

2107 E. Capitol Dr.

Art Bar

True to its name, Riverwest’s Art Bar features a variety of art exhibitions throughout the year, for approximately six months each.

  • Seniors: A Lifetime of Creativity: April 12 – May 9
  • TBA: May 10 – June 13

722 E. Burleigh St.

Michael Kutzer's "The Threat" is

Michael Kutzer’s “The Threat” is one of many pieces included in the Charles Allis’ retrospective.

Charles Allis Art Museum

Built in 1911, the Charles Allis Art Museum, a tudor-style mansion on Milwaukee’s east side, houses a diverse permanent collection featuring everything from 19th century French and American paintings to Japanese and Chinese porcelain to Renaissance bronze work. The museum also showcases several annual exhibitions featuring the work of Wisconsin artists.  

  • Michael Kutzer: Etchings and Woodcuts: A retrospective for the German-born artist, taking images of creatures and landscapes from four of his prior series. Timed to coincide with the SGC International 2013 Print MKE conference. March 20 – May 12, opening reception March 22, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

1801 N. Prospect Ave.

David Barnett Gallery

Located on the East Side, David Barnett Gallery is home to the work of over 600 artists. Since 1966, David Barnett Gallery has featured the work of European and American Masters, regional and nationally recognized artists, and up-and-coming Wisconsin artists.

  • Blast From the Past: 46 Works of Art from the Collection of David Barnett and the David Barnett Gallery. April 19 – July 20.

1024 State St.

John Schueler's "The Sound of Sleat," one of several Scotland-inspired works from his studio there in the 1970s.

John Schueler’s “The Sound of Sleat,” one of several Scotland-inspired works from his studio there in the 1970s.

Dean Jensen Gallery

Since 1987, Dean Jensen Gallery has established itself as one of Wisconsin’s premier commercial art galleries. Alongside the work of prominent national artists such as Chuck Close, Kiki Smith, and Alex Katz, Dean Jensen Gallery has handled the work of numerous highly regarded Wisconsin artists. See the TCD interview with Dean Jensen.

  • John Schueler: Paintings from the Seventies: Milwaukee-born artist John Schueler (1916-92) was an abstract expressionist frequently in the company of other American post-WWII artists such as Mark Rothko, Richard Diebenkorn and Clyfford Still. The paintings in this exhibition come from his time in his second studio, in a small Scottish fishing village, and are inspired by both that coastal landscape and his base in New York. April 19 – June 8.

759 N. Water St.

DeLind Gallery of Fine Art

Open since 1969, the DeLind Gallery of Fine Art features a wide variety of work ranging from regional mainstays to internationally acclaimed masters such as Picasso, Matisse, Cezanne, and Rembrandt. 

  • Quality H20April 19-27.
  • Arnold Alaniz: May 2-21.

450 E. Mason St.

Dominion Gallery

  • Andrea Martinez, Angie Garcia, Kevin Lynch, Harvey Taylor, David Ruel, Ed Poeciecha, Scott Stoll: Provocative Women. March 22nd. 7 p.m.

804 E. Wright St.

Elaine Erickson Gallery 

Situated in the Third Ward, the Elaine Erickson Gallery highlights contemporary paintings, works on paper and sculpture. Since 1994, the gallery has compiled work from both regional and national talents as well as an impressive selection of African art.

  • Natural Forces: This exhibition of prints features works by Ludmila Armata, Valerie Hammond, Mary Hood and Rina Yoon. March 22 – April 30.

207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 120

Gallerie M at Hotel InterContinental

Gallerie M

Gallerie M is located on the first floor of the InterContinental Milwaukee and features inspiring local and regional artwork. InterContinental Milwaukee has partnered with Art Milwaukee Odyssey to curate the space on a rotating basis.

  • Dena Nord: Dena Nord’s works combine a variety of textures and painting techniques, joining together mostly organic and structural shapes to create patterns and vivid colors that seem to radiate with rhythm. On view beginning April 19.

139 E. Kilbourn Ave.

Gallery 218

  • An Abstract Nature: This show assembles works by gallery artists Judith Hooks ,Kathryn Kmet, Bernie Newman, Josh Hintz, Sam Lux and Mike Smith. April.

207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 218
(414) 643-1732

Greymatter Gallery 

  • Trace: This group exhibition, consisting of works by Andy Mattern, Leigh Merrill and Pavel Romaniko, explore the physical and cultural remnants and marks left on our enviroments. April 19 – May 25

207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 222

Kaspar Müller, forever alone and around the world, filmstill, 2013. Image courtesy The Green Gallery.

Kaspar Müller, forever alone and around the world, filmstill, 2013. Image courtesy The Green Gallery.

The Green Gallery

Located on the east side, The Green Gallery primarily showcases contemporary work by artists from the Midwest.

  • talktalktalk: Tobias Madison and Kaspar Müller share this exhibition focusing on the exchange between artists and the impossibility of exchange between works of art. March 29 – May 19.

1500 N. Farwell Ave.

Grohmann Museum

The Grohmann Museum at MSOE houses a unique collection of work detailing the evolution of human labor. Spanning over the last 200 years, the collection includes everything from painting to bronze work. 

  • Bridges: The Spans of North America, Photographs by David Plowden: Jan. 18 – April 28.

1000 N. Broadway St.

Haggerty Museum of Art

Located on the campus of Marquette University, the Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art houses a permanent collection of over 4,000 pieces including work by Salvador Dali, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol.

  • Dark Blue: The Water as Protagonist: Jan. 16 – May 19.
  • Images of the Virgin Mary: Jan. 16 – May 19.
  • Read Between the Lines: Enrique Chagoya’s Codex Prints: Jan. 16 – May 19.
  • Perimeter: Photographs by Kevin J. Miyazaki: Jan. 16 – May 19.

13th and Clybourne Sts.
(414) 288-1669

Inova (Institute of Visual Arts)

The Institute of Visual Arts is the art gallery and research center of UWM’s Peck School of the Arts. Since 1996, Inova has established itself as one of the best research centers for contemporary art in the country.

  • The Avant Garde Coffeehouse Project: This multifaceted exhibition pays tribute to the Avant Garde, a coffeehouse extant in 1960s Milwaukee that became a center for folk/blues revival music and experimental art of all kinds. April 5 – May 12.

2155 N. Prospect Ave.


The Katie Gingrass Gallery has recently moved into the first floor of the Marshall Building.

Jazz Gallery / Riverwest Artists Association

A recently revived Riverwest institution, the Jazz Gallery showcases live music alongside visual art.

926 E. Center St.

Katie Gingrass Gallery Founded in 1980, Katie Gingrass Gallery houses both contemporary and fine craft art by local and nationally recognized artists.

  • In Bloom: This appropriately spring-y gallery consists of floral works by Patrice Procopio, Pat Hidson, Laura Easey-Jones, Jean Crane, David Schaefer and others. April – June.

207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 100
(414) 289-0855

Lynden Sculpture Garden

The Lynden Sculpture Garden provides a union of art and nature through its collection of more than 50 monumental sculptures sited across 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

  • Outstrip {EZ “Illustrated”} #Placeunderthesun@Penitentiary: Patrick Sharrow’s show of digital prints on polystyrene, meant to question the nature and purpose of printmaking. The exhibit is sponsored by nAbr Gallery. Runs through May 12.
  • Women, Nature, Science : Sheila Held, Rappaccini’s DaughterThis show is the inaugural exhibit is a series by Lynden about artists who have taken women, science and nature as their subject matter. Held’s tapestries fit this mold, and often resemble paintings as much as tapestries. On display through May 26.
  • Artist in Residence: Yevgeniya Kaganovich – On display through June 30
  • Brad Fiore: Friends Forever – On Display through January 1, 2014

2145 W. Brown Deer Rd.
(414) 446-8794

Gaetano Trentanove, The Last of the Spartans, ca. 1892, part of MAM's 125th Anniversary show. Photo by Kat Murrell.

Gaetano Trentanove, The Last of the Spartans, ca. 1892, part of MAM’s 125th Anniversary show. Photo by Kat Murrell.

Milwaukee Art Museum

The Milwaukee Art Museum collects and preserves art, presenting it to the community as a vital source of inspiration and education.

700 Art Museum Drive
(414) 224-3200

Milwaukee Artist Resource Network (MARN)

This nonprofit, founded in 2000 by the Wisconsin Arts Board and Milwaukee Arts Board, provides professional development tools to the creative class. This organization provides resources and contacts to partner the art world with the business world.

5407 W. Vliet St.

Milwaukee Gay Arts Center

The primary purpose of this center is to serve and promote the betterment of the Milwaukee LGBT community through providing a safe, secure and friendly environment for LGBT artists to express, display and perform LGBT-relevant visual and performing arts as well as provide arts related educational opportunities for the community.

703 S. 2nd St.
(414) 383-3727

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD)

The galleries showcase works from the students and faculty of MIAD, as well as artists in the Milwaukee community.

  • MIAD 2013 Senior Exhibition: MIAD’s annual showcase from across its 11 majors, with a diversity that reflects the increasing number of students with blended degrees that cross disciplines. April 19 – May 11.

273 E. Erie St.
(414) 847-3200

Museum of Wisconsin Art on the Lake

The Museum of Wisconsin Art On The Lake, an in-Milwaukee extension of MOWA, is a unique partnership with retirement community Saint John’s On the Lake. The museum is also part of the Milwaukee Museum Mile, a collaboration of five museums along Lake Michigan on Milwaukee’s historic East Side including North Point Lighthouse, the Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum and the Charles Allis Art Museum.

1800 N. Prospect Ave.

Northwestern Mutual Art Gallery

Located on the campus of Cardinal Stritch University in the Joan Steele Stein Center for Communication Studies/Fine Arts, this gallery is home to sculptures and contemporary art from all over the nation.

  • Re[f]use: Transforming the Landscape: This collection of landscape photography by Gina Dabrowski depicts the evolution of landfills since the 1970s. April 5 -28.
  • Stritch BFA Exhibition: Works by graduating students. May 10 -19, 2013

6801 N. Yates Rd.
(414) 410-4105

Pabst Mansion

This historic home of Captain Frederick Pabst has been preserved and restored to its original grandeur. The house has been open to the public since 1978 in an attempt to present partrons with an accurate representation of life in the 1800’s for Milwaukee’s famous family. Tours are available daily and special event pricing is available by request.

  • Grand Ave Tour Day: A full access self-guided tour of the Pabst Mansion from basement to attic and all stops in between. Tickets are $12 adults and $8 kids 12 and under. No reservations needed. 1-4 p.m. Last entry at 3:15 p.m. May 16.
  • A Fine Time for Wine: A summer wine tasting on the Mansion’s front terrace, with wines personally selected by Downer Avenue Wine and chocolates made right here in Milwaukee courtesy of Buddy Squirrel. Tickets are $30 for members and $35 for non-members. 6-8 p.m. Advance tickets are $5 off. June 14.
  • Sample Saturdays: Tour the Mansion and sample the best that the Pabst Brewing Company has to offer. Regular admission fees apply. Must be 21 or older to participate. 1-4 p.m. August 24 & August 31.

2000 W. Wisconsin Ave.
(414) 931-0808

Peltz Gallery

Since 1989, Peltz Gallery has offered fine contemporary art in our Victorian landmark on Milwaukee’s East Side. This gallery has hosted numerous shows with diverse subject matter, from Picasso to traditional African Art. Peltz Gallery also welcomes both new and experienced art collectors.

1119 E Knapp St.
(414) 223-4278

Niki Johnson, Eggs Benedict. Unframed size 41 x 51 x 5 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Niki Johnson, Eggs Benedict. Unframed size 41 x 51 x 5 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Portrait Society Gallery

This contemporary art gallery established in 2008 is devoted to the issues surrounding the genre of portraiture. Portrait Society is interested in project-driven bodies of work that explore the concepts and ideas of making art about identity, presence and community. The gallery seeks to expand the ways in which art is shown, inspire contact and dialog, and foster a sense of community within its orbit.

  • Eggs Benedict: Niki Johnson’s now-infamous portrait of Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, made of 17,000 unlubricated condoms, is on display in the gallery. The work is designed to spur conversations regarding the intersection of sex and religion, and will be included in a larger exhibition this summer. Currently on view.
  • The Vanishing Point: This exhibit by the collaborative team of Shana McCaw and Brent Budsburg is a selection of photos and video depicting the two of them as 19th century pioneers in the American West, and suggests the struggle of Midwestern farmers in an unforgiving landscape – or perhaps artists themselves in a similar landscape. On view through May 10
  • White Noise: A response to Kevin Geise’s Winter Chapel, this exhibit is a collaboration between printmakers Alyssa Schulte, Jessica Seamans, Makael Flammini and Ella Dwyer. Currently on display.

207 East Buffalo Street, Suite 526

RedLine Milwaukee

This charity is an urban laboratory that seeks grow the local creative portentional and to present opportunities for individuals to express themselves. Redline focuses on social justice and works with new generations of cultural and civic transformers.

  • You Are The One: Nathaniel Donnett’s new multimedia work, intended to evoke community involvements focuses on identity as depicted by mass media, asking whether the media creates identity stereotypes, or if those stereotypes exist in society and are merely reflected. April 19 – June 29.

1422 N. 4th St.

Cassandra Smith's "Hatchets," hand-painted by the artist, are significant examples of her work. Photo courtesy Sky High

Cassandra Smith’s “Hatchets,” hand-painted by the artist, are significant examples of her work. Photo courtesy Sky High Gallery.

Sky High Gallery

Located above the Sky High Skate Shop, this gallery, curated by Faythe Levine, features local artists who focus on local events and locations.

  • Out of the Wild: Artist and designer Cassandra Smith exhibits new work in this show, sticking to her focus on manipulating and transforming objects. Previous works have included handpainted hatchets and deer antlers. April 19 – June 1.

2501 S. Howell Ave.
(414) 483-2585

Tory Folliard Gallery

The gallery features still-life, landscape, abstract and figurative works of art in all media. Currently celebrating its 25th anniversary.

  • 25th Anniversary Show: The Tory Folliard Gallery celebrates its 25th anniversary with an exhibition of works by more than 60 of the artists who have helped establish it. The exhibit will include a variety of new works by those artists as well as previously displayed pieces. April 19 – May 25.
  • Jeffrey Ripple – “Portraits”: Jeffery Ripple will exhibit new portraits in the East Gallery. June 7 – July 6.
  • Terrence Coffman & Gladys Nilsson: Coffman and Nilsson will exhibit new works – his abstract landscape paintings, hers Imagist watercolors – in the main gallery. June 7 – July 6.
  • “The Beast Within”: Images of Animals in Tattoo and Contemporary Art: July 12 – Sept. 7.

233 N. Milwaukee St.
(414) 273-7311

UWM Art History Gallery

This gallery houses the UWM Art Collection and is located in Mitchell Hall Room 154 on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus. This gallery is open to the public and compliments the University’s educational and outreach mission to enhance art education at all levels, foster inter-departmental and inter-disciplinary relationships, and create community partnerships

  • Country Views and City Life: Exploring the Japanese Woodblock Print Tradition: April 4 – 25
  • Fragments of Faith: May 2 – 23

3203 N. Downer Ave.
(414) 229-4330

Vanguard Sculpture Services Vanguard is the creator of many of the bronze and metallic sculptures in Milwaukee and the surrounding areas.

3374 W Hopkins Street

Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum

The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, formerly the residence of A.O. Smith company president L. R. Smith, includes furnishings and works of art from the 15th through the 18th centuries. The mansion was designed and built in 1923 by renowned architect, David Adler, in the style of a 16th century Northern Italian villa. It was originally called Sopra Mare, which means “Above The Sea.” This museum is home to four permanent collections and often hosts exhibitions.

  • Chasing Horizons: Curators Nirmal Raja and Christopher Willey explore a variety of questions facing landscape artists in the 21st century, in this 12-artist show. May 5 – Aug. 25.

2220 North Terrace Ave.

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts is is located in the historic M. Trock building in the heart of the Walker’s Point neighborhood. The Center’s mission includes support for visual and performing arts, learning in a multicultural environment, and fostering community and artistic development through diverse programming.

  • Eternal Flesh: This figurative exhibition of assemblage sculpture by John Balsley, Demitra Copoulos, Dan McGuire and Kendall Polster takes as its subject a body that never dies. April 19 – June 8. 
  • Featured Member Exhibition: Jean D. Sobon: Sobon’s narrative artworks study symbols, myth, metaphor and dreams, and are primarily mixed-media works. This exhibit will feature a variety of recent creations. April 19 – July 6.

839 S. 5th St.


The Museum of Wisconsin Art's new building, on

The Museum of Wisconsin Art’s new building, on 205 Veterans Avenue in West Bend.

Museum of Wisconsin Art

Established in 1961 by the Pick Family, the Museum of Wisconsin Art  shows contemporary Wisconsin artists, has a comprehensive archive (over 8000 files on artists plus many books, documents and audio-visual resources), and a deep collection of historic Wisconsin art.

  • Antifragile: Contemporary Glass: This exhibit of studio glasswork pushes the movement into new directions, proving Wisconsin’s many glass artists are still thriving. April 6 – July 28.
  • Reginald Baylor: Repetitive Patterns: A selection of Milwaukee artist Reginald Baylor’s distinctive work, including four brand-new works. April 6 – June 30.
  • Wisconsin Regional Artists Association: This group show features a variety of works from Wisconsin’s non-professional artists. April 6 – June 23.

205 Veterans Ave.
West Bend, WI 53095
(262) 334-9638

Racine Art Museum. Photo: Jessica Z. Schafer


Racine Art Museum

This museum is home to one of the largest collections contemporary crafts in North America. With a permanent collection of more than 8,000 objects, over half of these pieces represent the museum’s focus on contemporary crafts from internationally recognized artists in ceramics, fibers, glass, metals, polymer, and wood. The remaining items in the collection are a combination of 1930s art from the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Art Project, which was the museum’s first acquisition.

441 Main St.
Racine, WI 53403
(262) 638-8300

Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts The Racine Art Museum’s Wustum Museum features fine art, crafts, and community outreach programs, such as studio art education and workshops taught by regionally and nationally known artists working in craft media.

  • Watercolor Wisconsin: The results of an annual competition for Wisconsin watercolor artists. On display through April 27.

2519 Northwestern Ave.
Racine, WI 53404


Chazen Museum of Art, Madison

Chazen Museum of Art

This affiliate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison opened in 1970 as the Elvehjem Art Center. Home to over 20,000 works of art, this is the second largest collection in the state. This free gallery is open to the public and serves to provide educational and artistic experiences for the community.

  • 1934: A New Deal For Artists: Great Depression Era works born of President Roosevelt’s Public Works of Art Project. On view through April 28. 
  • Drawings from the Joseph McCrindle Collection: A selection of English, Italian, and French drawings donated by Joseph McCrindle, founder of the Transatlantic Review. On view through May 26.

750 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53706
(608) 263-2246

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is a nonprofit, independent organization that exists to exhibit, collect, preserve, and interpret modern and contemporary art. MMoCA serves the art life of the community by creating opportunities for direct experience with works of art, by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas about art, and by offering programs to enhance the appreciation and understanding of art.

  • Ellsworth Kelly Prints: On view through April 28.
  • Simon Payne: Color Field Videos: On view through April 28.
  • Seen/Unseen: On view through May 26.

227 State St.
Madison, WI 53703
(608) 257-0158

John Michael Kohler Arts Center


John Michael Kohler Arts Center The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is home to galleries and performance spaces and hosts events of all varieties.

  • Uncommon Ground: A collection of 5 installations, considering the relationship between humanity and the natural world. Installation durations vary, closing between Aug. 11 and Sept. 22.
  • Emery Blagdon: The Healing Machine: On view through Jan. 12, 2014.

608 New York Ave.
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 458-6144

Frank Juarez Gallery  This art gallery located on the east side of Sheboygan was established by Frank Juarez in 2011. The gallery strives to meet the needs of today’s artist by providing a space that offers the public access to contemporary works such as paintings, sculpture, time based media, photography, installations and mixed media works created at the local and regional level.

  • “So, how’s the, uh, view from over there?”: This exhibit of photos by Annushka Peck gives form to home-loss in the neighborhood of Harambee. March 28 – May 4.
  • Across the Divide: New works by Brad Fleming, focusing on family, the American West and reconnection with the open road. March 28 – May 4.

604 Erie Ave.
Sheboygan, WI 53081


Detail of a marble bust of Athena, Roman, ca. 2nd century AD. Image courtesy Art Institute of Chicago.

Art Institute of Chicago

This museum is the second largest in the United States and is home to an array of genres and mediums of work. The museum is associated with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and works to provide educational and experiential opportunities for the community.

  • Picasso and Chicago: On view through May 12.
  • Irving Penn: Underfoot: On view through May 12.
  • When Collecting Was New: Photographs from the Robert A. Taub Collection: On view through May 12.
  • They Seek a City: Chicago and the Art of Migration, 1910-1950: On view through June 2.
  • The Artist and the Poet: On view through June 2.
  • Kara Walker: Rise Up Ye Mighty Race!: On view through Aug. 11.
  • Sharing Space: Creative Intersections in Architecture and Design: On view through Aug. 18.

111 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603
(312) 443-3600

Museum of Contemporary Art The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is home to works in all media and boasts a gift store, bookstore, restaurant, 300-seat theater, and a terraced sculpture garden with a great view of Lake Michigan.

  • Color Bind: The MCA Collection in Black and White: On view through April 28.
  • MCA DNA: William Kentridge: On view through May 5.
  • MCA Screen: Akram Zaatari: On view through May 5.
  • Destroy the Picture: Painting the Void, 1949-1962: On view through June 2.
  • Jason Lazarus: March 19 – June 18.

220 E. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611

Visit TCD’s Visual Art Page for more coverage, including Kat Murrell’s weekly Art Date.

0 thoughts on “TCD’s Guide to Museums and Galleries”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nice pictures, TCD Photo Team!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for including the information about our current exhibition at Racine Art Museum. For upcoming shows, please visit our website at http://ramart.org.

    Also, I like that used my photograph of the museum. If you could add my photo credit: Jessica Z Schafer, I would certainly appreciate that, too!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for including my current exhibition, Views and Visions: Alternate Realities at Frank Juarez Gallery in your guide. I invite you to visit my website at http://www.dvanminsel.com/

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