Prospect Mansions Lecture By John Eastberg of the Pabst Mansion Thursday, March 27, 6:30 p.m.
The Charles Allis Art Museum is the perfect setting for a lecture on the history of the magnificent mansions that once populated Prospect Avenue.
Milwaukee, WI – The Charles Allis Art Museum, located at 1801 N. Prospect Avenue, in partnership with the Pabst Mansion, is the perfect setting for a lecture on the history of the magnificent mansions that once populated Prospect Avenue. This lecture by the Pabst Mansion’s Senior Historian, John Eastberg will feature rare photographs and stories concerning the homes of Milwaukee’s elite at the turn of the twentieth century, along what was then referred to as Milwaukee’s Gold Coast. The lecture will be held on Thursday March 27, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased in advance online at www.pabstmansion.com. Remaining tickets will be available the night of the lecture.
About the Charles Allis Art Museum
Designed by prominent Milwaukee architect Alexander Eschweiler and on the National Register of Historic Places, the lavish 1911 home of Charles and Sarah Allis contains a world-class art collection that spans more than 2,000 years and includes impressive 19th Century French and American paintings, Classic antiquities, Renaissance bronzes, Asian ceramics and stunning decorative arts. Changing exhibitions feature local and regional artists, making the museum a vibrant center for Wisconsin arts not to be missed.
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