Catherine Jozwik

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The Mystique of Urban Farms

The Mystique of Urban Farms

Grohmann Museum’s photographic exhibit captures city’s urban farms of the past — and present.

Visual Art: The Deer, The Trees, The Wonder
Visual Art

The Deer, The Trees, The Wonder

Septuagenarian Wisconsin Painter Charles Munch loves — and worries about — nature.

Visual Art: Six Artists With A Heap of Materials
Visual Art

Six Artists With A Heap of Materials

Artists collaborate and improvise to create freshly made art at Real Tinsel Gallery.

Visual Art: Blissful Bric-a-Brac. Funny, Too
Visual Art

Blissful Bric-a-Brac. Funny, Too

Octogenarian Artist Peter Dahlke’s “Dream Spaces” features magical boxes filled with curious objects.

Visual Art: A Mixed-Up, Muddled-Up, Shook-Up World
Visual Art

A Mixed-Up, Muddled-Up, Shook-Up World

Portrait Society presents two young artists with playful but worried views of the world.

Visual Art: Here Comes Clement Meadmore
Visual Art

Here Comes Clement Meadmore

Lynden Sculpture Garden’s indoor show offers models of his large, playfully precise sculptures.

Art: Glass Stories
Art

Glass Stories

MOWA’s exhibition challenges notions of how glass can be used to create art.

Visual Art: Real Estate Development Inspires Artist
Visual Art

Real Estate Development Inspires Artist

Ian Sonsyadek paints from the perspective of city workers, contractors, residents.

Visual Art: Stagnant Scenes of Suburbia
Visual Art

Stagnant Scenes of Suburbia

Illinois artist Mark Forth’s paintings, at Tory Folliard Gallery, turns familiar American scenes into an eerie world.

Visual Art: Paintings, Pots and Crazy Creatures
Visual Art

Paintings, Pots and Crazy Creatures

Green Gallery presents two very different artists who somehow work together.

Visual Art: Stories from San Quentin Prison
Visual Art

Stories from San Quentin Prison

Photography, writing and podcasts create a different kind of exhibit that captures life in prison.

Visual Art: Art Has Never Been Such Fun
Visual Art

Art Has Never Been Such Fun

MAM exhibit, “Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America” is for the child in all of us.

Art: All About Women
Art

All About Women

Cory Fells “100 Womxn Project” offers a male photographer celebrating the strengths of mostly minority women.

Classical: World’s Greatest Violinist?
Classical

World’s Greatest Violinist?

Icon Itzhak Perlman thrills the crowd at his Riverside concert.

Visual Art: Let the Celebrations Continue
Visual Art

Let the Celebrations Continue

Artist Mark Mulhern’s vibrantly colored paintings portray a world of parties, none of them political.

Jazz: The Big Trumpet of Chris Botti
Jazz

The Big Trumpet of Chris Botti

One of the world’s best-selling instrumentalists, Botti wows them at the Pabst.

Visual Art: How Now Brown Cows
Visual Art

How Now Brown Cows

Door County artist Craig Blietz, whose work is at MOWA, makes cows cool.

Dance: Ballet’s ‘Dracula” Makes Horror Seductive
Dance

Ballet’s ‘Dracula” Makes Horror Seductive

Elegant, atmospheric production boasts strong dancing and potent music.

Visual Art: Let Us Now Praise America’s Workers
Visual Art

Let Us Now Praise America’s Workers

Photographer David Plowden poignantly captures a disappearing era of blue collar work and workers.

Visual Art: Let’s Talk About the American Dream
Visual Art

Let’s Talk About the American Dream

Haggerty Museum show offers videos by Dutch-born artist interviewing young Americans.

Theater: Shakespeare With Blood and Guts
Theater

Shakespeare With Blood and Guts

Voices Found Repertory does ‘Titus Andronicus’ and doesn’t skimp on the terror.

Visual Art: All in the Family
Visual Art

All in the Family

“Family Pictures,” a touring show of African American photography, offers depth and humanity, not stereotypes.

Classical: Symphony Punches Home Stravinsky’s ‘Rite’
Classical

Symphony Punches Home Stravinsky’s ‘Rite’

MSO concert a sonic showcase for guest conductor Karina Canellakis.

Art: The Deer Hunter
Art

The Deer Hunter

Artist Fred Stonehouse mixes animal and human forms in dark, mysterious paintings.

Visual Art: Looking Backwards With a Smile
Visual Art

Looking Backwards With a Smile

Tyanna Buie’s art is a fragmented celebration of family and childhood memories.

Art: When Photography Was Tough Work
Art

When Photography Was Tough Work

Art Museum’s exhibition of nature photos by Muybridge, Watkins and Bennett is a beautiful story.

Grant Park Is For the Birds

Grant Park Is For the Birds

A key flyway, the park and its Friends group gets award for bird conservation.

Photo Gallery: RAW Presents Music, Fashion and More
Photo Gallery

RAW Presents Music, Fashion and More

The Rave was the setting for RAW’s big show, “Envision.”

Bango Joins Campaign to End Hunger

Bango Joins Campaign to End Hunger

Milwaukee Bucks and Cousins Subs partner with Hunger Task Force on the campaign.