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Milwaukee Repertory Theater <em>Everybody</em> By Pulitzer Prize Finalist Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
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Milwaukee Repertory Theater Everybody By Pulitzer Prize Finalist Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Performed by the Professional Training Institute July 18 – 21, 2019 in the Stiemke Studio

Sculpture of Community Self-portraits Unveiled

Sculpture of Community Self-portraits Unveiled

Next Mitchell Street library artist-in-residence announced.

Zilber Initiative Spurs Changes in Clarke Square

Zilber Initiative Spurs Changes in Clarke Square

Residents and leaders have seen better planning, positive changes.

Mitchell St. Library Mural Wins Applause

Mitchell St. Library Mural Wins Applause

Teens work with NEA-funded artist on colorful art work.

New Mural Installation at MPL Mitchell Street Branch Kicks Off “Our Town” Artist Residency
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New Mural Installation at MPL Mitchell Street Branch Kicks Off “Our Town” Artist Residency

The mural was designed by the library teen interns with support from the artist-in-residence on the project, Erick Ledesma.

Summer Soulstice Promises Family-Friendly Fun and Unique Entertainment
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Summer Soulstice Promises Family-Friendly Fun and Unique Entertainment

Saturday, June 23, the East Side celebrates the longest day of the year and the best of Milwaukee

Planning Underway for “Our Town” Grant, Artist-In-Residence Selected
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Planning Underway for “Our Town” Grant, Artist-In-Residence Selected

Collaboration Selected by NEA to be housed at MPL Mitchell Street Branch

Meet Clarke Square’s Resident Artist

Meet Clarke Square’s Resident Artist

Painter Erick Ledesma is first artist to serve Cesar Chavez Business Improvement District.

Erick Ledesma Selected as Artist in Residence for Cesar E. Chavez Drive Summer Initiative
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Erick Ledesma Selected as Artist in Residence for Cesar E. Chavez Drive Summer Initiative

Ledesma will create five to seven new pieces of art, including public artwork that will be installed along the corridor.

$10,000 Awarded to Community Artists for Performance Ideas in the ARTery, New Park in Harambee
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$10,000 Awarded to Community Artists for Performance Ideas in the ARTery, New Park in Harambee

Community members dreamed up 116 ideas in response, and after an open jury hosted at All People’s Church, beintween awarded a total of $10,000 to the top 20 winners.