On Stage with TCDOct 13th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
What suits your fancy? It's a huge week for any venue, but especially a big one for eclectic stagings and for youth who enjoy dancing ballerinas and wiggling with the Wiggles.
Oct 12th, 2009 by Kat Murrell
Installations and video dominate the Nohl Fellowship exhibition at Inova/Kenilworth.
The Way It Wasn’tOct 8th, 2009 by Judith Ann Moriarty
These murals are gussied-up imaginings of an America that never was.
PODCASTOct 6th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Dwellephant will try anything once, and he's not afraid if he fails. A hand-painted graphic novel? Live art? Political cartoons? Why not!
ArtBeatOct 5th, 2009 by Erin Petersen
A funky, eclectic mix of art and performance combine to create a variety show like nothing you've ever experienced in Milwaukee.
Deep-Fried RomanticSep 29th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
MFF film offers snapshot of photography in 1914 Denmark. We look at how it's changed the way we've viewed life ever since.
Beyond Camp and Campbell’s — Andy WarholSep 25th, 2009 by Kat Murrell
The Milwaukee Art Museum exhibit celebrates a pop-art icon whose work spans the whimsical, the extraordinary and always the abstract.
Sep 20th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Milwaukee artist shows a lifetime of visions and ideas at UWM.
Psyche and PaintSep 17th, 2009 by Kat Murrell
Whereas Musolff’s paintings are dedicated to down-to-earth appreciation, Salas delves into realms of otherworldly, psychic intensity.
Life and LandSep 8th, 2009 by Kat Murrell
Two Chicago exhibits are part science, part philosophy and wholly beautiful.
Sep 5th, 2009 by Erin Petersen
The All-City People's Parade resurrects as part of Laborfest on Sept. 7.
Sep 4th, 2009 by Judith Ann Moriarty
Cool is cooler than ever with the awesome photography duo J. Shimon & J. Lindemann