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Visual Art: Patterns of a Life
Visual Art

Patterns of a Life

Viewers are immersed in the work of artist Rosemary Ollison, 77, which overflows the Lynden space.

Art Scene: LOVE Affair at Milwaukee Art Museum
Art Scene

LOVE Affair at Milwaukee Art Museum

Robert Indiana’s iconic sculpture installed. But who’s the donor?

Seventeenth Cycle of Fellowship Program for Visual Artists Announced
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Seventeenth Cycle of Fellowship Program for Visual Artists Announced

Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists Program to Recognize Five Artists in 2019

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Summer Funding Cycle, June 3
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The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Summer Funding Cycle, June 3

The Suitcase Export Fund is open to practicing artists residing within the four-county area who want to export their work beyond the area for public display.

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.

City Hall: Arts Board Wants New City Flag Search
City Hall

Arts Board Wants New City Flag Search

Process to select popular People's Flag not inclusive enough, board decides, so start over.

City Hall: How Long Will Flag Debate Last?
City Hall

How Long Will Flag Debate Last?

Arts Board might not have decision on the city flag by the end of 2018.

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.

Haggerty Museum of Art Celebrates Fifteenth Anniversary of the Nohl Fellowship Program With Two New Exhibitions
Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Fifteenth Funding Cycle
Press Release

Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Fifteenth Funding Cycle

The Suitcase Export Fund is open to practicing artists residing within the four-county area who want to export their work beyond the area for public display.

Fifteenth Cycle of Fellowship Program for Visual Artists Announced
Press Release

Fifteenth Cycle of Fellowship Program for Visual Artists Announced

Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists Program to Recognize Five Artists in 2017

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Fourteenth Funding Cycle
Press Release

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Fourteenth Funding Cycle

The Fund contributes to the creative health of the region by supporting local artists at all career stages.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside The Buckler Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside The Buckler Apartments

11 stories, 207 units and countless styles, shapes and price points for apartments.

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Thirteenth Funding Cycle
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The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Thirteenth Funding Cycle

The Bradley Family Foundation, in collaboration with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation (GMF), announces the thirteenth funding cycle of the GMF’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Suitcase Export Fund for Individual Artists.

Lakefront Gateway Plaza National Design Competition Culminates with the Selection of the Graef Team
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Lakefront Gateway Plaza National Design Competition Culminates with the Selection of the Graef Team

Water, Year-Round Activity Featured Among Ideas

Twelfth Annual Nohl Fellowship Exhibition Opens at INOVA, October 9
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Twelfth Annual Nohl Fellowship Exhibition Opens at INOVA, October 9

Each autumn, the Nohl exhibition affords us an opportunity to stop and consider what it means to be an artist in greater Milwaukee at a specific moment in time.

Thirteenth Cycle of Fellowship Program for Visual Artists Announced
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Thirteenth Cycle of Fellowship Program for Visual Artists Announced

Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists Program to Recognize Five Artists in 2015

Plenty of Horne: Sculpture Disappears from Downtown
Plenty of Horne

Sculpture Disappears from Downtown

The 36-foot-high, $200,000 work was installed by Blue Cross in 1978; new owner of property won't reply to calls, artist has no idea what happened to sculpture.

Listening to Mitchell announces its Grand Opening on July 11th from 6-­8pm with an immersive audio installation at 723 W. Mitchell
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Listening to Mitchell announces its Grand Opening on July 11th from 6-­8pm with an immersive audio installation at 723 W. Mitchell

Thomsen & Carr launch multiple entry points to engage with public art installation

Listening to Mitchell, an interactive public art project of image and sound by  Sonja Thomsen and Adam Carr, coming to Milwaukee’s Historic Mitchell Street
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Listening to Mitchell, an interactive public art project of image and sound by Sonja Thomsen and Adam Carr, coming to Milwaukee’s Historic Mitchell Street

Seven block temporary public artwork excavates street’s present through the act of listening

The Mingei Tradition in the Midwest: Warren Mackenzie and Beyond
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The Mingei Tradition in the Midwest: Warren Mackenzie and Beyond

Ceramics Exhibition Organized in Conjunction with NCECA Conference

Murphy’s Law: The $1 Million Art Project
Murphy’s Law

The $1 Million Art Project

Steve Marcus’ plan to bring world class sculpture to Milwaukee is expensive. Is it a good idea?