Historic Third Ward Association
Press Release

Spring Gallery Night and Day to be held April 15 and 16, 2016

This spring, the quarterly event showcases 49 venues throughout the downtown Milwaukee area.

By - Mar 23rd, 2016 04:50 pm

Presented by the Historic Third Ward Association, the 28-year-old Gallery Night and Day is the premier art event in Milwaukee for both the avid gallery goer and the beginning admirer. An evening of gallery hopping and art viewing begins Friday, April 15 and continues during the day on Saturday, April 16. This spring, the quarterly event showcases 49 venues throughout the downtown Milwaukee area. Admission is free to all venues during event hours listed below.

The participants in April’s Gallery Night and Day are:


1) DEAN JENSEN GALLERY – (759 N. Water St. – 414.278.7100 – deanjensengallery.com) Jason S. Yi: TERRAFORMJason S. Yi fully transforms the Dean Jensen Gallery’s main street floor space with an installation titled “Terraform,” a word loosely meaning a new and/or altered space for human visitation or habitation. In the artist’s own words, the intention of his large, ambitious, immersive creation is to challenge viewers with “conflicting contexts of place, setting, and their own sense of orientation….” A multi-disciplinary artist, Yi has a wide reputation for creating works that not only employ such traditional media as painting, drawing, photography, and video, but also, surprisingly, such Home Depot-purchased whatnots as Styrofoam, plastic sheeting, pegboards and electrical wiring. Yi is a professor at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and a recent recipient of a coveted Joan Mitchell Foundation award. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and Milwaukee, as well as in such countries as China, Japan, Korea, Austria and Italy. Exhibition runs April 14 through June 18. Friday: 6 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm

2) MILWAUKEE INSTITUTE OF ART & DESIGN (MIAD) – (273 E. Erie St. – 414.847.3200 – miad.eduMIAD 2016 Senior Exhibition. April 15 through May 14, All MIAD Galleries. miad.edu/seniorexhibition. More than 120 graduating seniors representing all of MIAD’s Bachelor of Fine Arts majors and minors show in the 2016 Senior Exhibition, Wisconsin’s largest and most exuberant exhibition of the emerging professionals who innovate for our economy and society. Generously Sponsored by BMO Harris Bank. Gallery Hours Mon. – Sat., 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Opening Reception, Gallery Night: Friday, April 15, 5 to 9pm. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 5pm

3) TORY FOLLIARD GALLERY – (233 N. Milwaukee St. – 414.273.7311 – toryfolliard.comSurreal … So Real. An outstanding group exhibition of painters and sculptors whose work explores Surrealism in contemporary art. Themes of the subconscious mind, fantastic imagery, and strange juxtapositions are elements of Surrealism today and continue to influence many contemporary art forms. Exhibiting artists are: Stephen Warde Anderson, Mary Bero, Brian Bartlett, Robert Cocke, Beth Edwards, Mark Forth, Gerit Grimm, Michael Gross, Laurie Hogin, Flora Langlois, Robert Lostutter, Dennis Nechvatal, Michael Noland, C.J. Pyle, Bill Reid, Elizabeth Shreve, Anne Siems, Brook Slane, T.L. Solien, Fred Stonehouse, Michael Velliquette, Erik Weisenburger, John Wilde, Mary Alice Wimmer, and Betsy Youngquist. Exhibition runs April 15 through May 28. Artists’ Reception: Friday, April 15, 5 to 9pm. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 4pm

4) WALKER’S POINT CENTER FOR THE ARTS – (839 S. 5th St. – 414.672.2787 – wpca-milwaukee.orgIn Light We Trust. An exhibition featuring analog/alternative photographic work, by artists Carissa Heinrichs, Martin Morante, Hal Rammel and Vicki Reed, in pinhole, cyanotype and other alternative and analog techniques and media. Exhibition runs April 1though May 14. The artists will give a presentation at 7pm on Gallery Night. Featured Member Exhibition: Brad Krause. Opening reception of Brad Krause’s solo exhibition, featuring his mythical surrealism paints based on mythology and folklore. Exhibition runs April 15 through July 9. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: noon to 5pm


5) DAVID BARNETT GALLERY – (1024 E. State St. – 414.271.5058 –davidbarnettgallery.comContemporary Chinese Artist, Hsin-Lin Chiao. New Abstract Paintings in Memory of the Artist’s Mother. Hsin-Lin’s paintings form an intimate expression of life, revealing its beauty, complexities, and contradictions. Her objective is to articulate the intricacies of everyday life, looking beneath the surface of norms and beliefs, while always remaining connected to nature. Exhibition runs April 15 to July 16. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 5pm

6) GROHMANN MUSEUM – (1000 N. Broadway – 414.277.2300 –  msoe.edu/grohmannmuseumLAST CHANCE TO SEE Art of the North Shore Line before it leaves the station! With its rapid expansion in the 1920s, The Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad set the standard for electric interurban transit in America; no railway could compare to the ‘North Shore Line.’ The North Shore Line also established itself as a leader in marketing with a highly successful print ad and poster campaign featuring the work of designers Willard Frederic Elmes, Oscar Rabe Hanson, and Ervine Metzl, among others. Assembled from the collection of the Milwaukee Public Library and a number of private collections, this exhibition features many of these memorable posters along with photographs, prints and ephemera from the height of the North Shore Line’s success. Exhibition runs through April 24. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: noon to 6pm
7) HOTEL METRO – (411 E. Mason St. – 414.272.1937 – hotelmetro.com) Hotel Metro will feature local artists from the Wisconsin Visual Artists – Southeast Chapter and other local artists. WVA is the oldest juried member art organization in Wisconsin and members work in a variety of art forms. Happy hour drink and food specials extended until 10pm. Sophia’s Heart will perform at 6pm. Friday: 5 to 10pm
8) MILWAUKEE LGBT COMMUNITY CENTER – (1110 N. Market St., 2nd Floor – 414.271.2656 –mkelgbt.orgART AND THE ENVIRONMENT. Gallery installation by Mike Kasun inspired by his love of nature. His work will feature poems, sculpture, and images. Nature photography by photographer Kathie Solie. Her vivid colorful images include birds, trees and structures. Contemporary urban assemblage by Thom Ertl from his series L3TT3RS & NUMB3RS. Textile artist Cheryl Ann Sitzler will use her love of patterns and wood to express her reverence for nature and the human story. Friday: 5 to 8pm

9) MORNING GLORY GALLERY – (929 N. Water St. [inside the Marcus Center Lobby] – 414.765.7227 – mggallery.orgCelebrating 10 Years! The Morning Glory Gallery is proud to celebrate its 10 year anniversary! Discover unique, handmade fine crafts by more than 50 Wisconsin and regional artists: jewelry, fiber, ceramics, wood, leather, glass, photography, painting, and mixed media. Register to win a gallery gift certificate! Friday: noon to 9pm, Saturday: noon to 9pm

10) THE PFISTER HOTEL – ARTIST IN RESIDENCE – (424 E. Wisconsin Ave. – 414.273.8222 – thepfisterhotel.com) Visit the Studio inside the Pfister hotel to meet the new Artist-in-Residence, abstract painter, Pamela Anderson. Pamela will be showcasing her work and discussing her plans for the next year in the studio. The Pfister Pop-up Gallery will feature The Tory Folliard Gallery featuring exhibitions by Wisconsin artists, Terrence Coffman and Richard Taylor. A recep­tion follows in the Rouge in the Lobby Level of the Pfister from 9pm-11pm. Friday: 5 to 11pm, Saturday: throughout the day

11) ROCK PAPER SCISSORS – (757 N. Milwaukee St. – 414.982.5653 – rockpaperscissorshop.comApril Showers, May Flowers. April Showers bring May Flowers! Join us as we celebrate our first anniversary, exhibiting the work of Serendipity Images and Designs. Explore nature up close through the artful expression of photography. Also featuring artwork and gifts that represent growth as we look forward to spring. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 3pm

12) URBAN MILWAUKEE: THE STORE – (755 N. Milwaukee St. – 414.395.0632 – urbanmilwaukeethestore.com)  See artwork and artifacts from Milwaukee’s historic breweries at Urban Milwaukee: The Store. Art and books available from photographer Paul Bialas on Schlitz, Pabst and Miller breweries. Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: 11am to 3pm

13) VILLAGE CHURCH ARTS GALLERY – (130 E. Juneau – 414.273.7617 – villagechurchmilwaukee.orgChildren: portraits from the Dominican Republic, Honduras & Tanzania by photographer Jeannee Sacken. Music and appetizers. Exhibition runs April 15 through April 30. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 1 to 3pm


14) ACLU OF WISCONSIN – (207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 325 – 414.272.4032 – aclu-wi.orgJuxtapose. Juxtapose, funded by the Wisconsin Arts Board, showcases mixed media artwork produced by young community artists in conjunction with the ACLU. Photos, prints, and spoken word performances highlight contrasting portrayals of Milwaukee, juxtaposing parts of the city that are thriving with those that are challenged. Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: noon to 4pm

15) ART UPSTAIRS GALLERY – (207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 202 – 262.243.5921) Carbon, Color and Calligraphy: Uncovering the Unconscious. Guest Artist: VICTORIA BEIN Ms. Bein’s intricately textured pastel and carbon pencil drawings explore and uncover her unconscious world. Blending representational elements with abstraction she emphasizes linear marks and transparency within forms. Also paintings by Patricia Gilman Graham and Lois Buley Wirth. Exhibition runs April 15 through July 9. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 4pm

16) CORNERSTONE REALTORS – (153 N. Milwaukee St. – 414.316.9120 – cornerstonemke.com) Milwaukee Introspection. As a young kid, I would take the bus to downtown Milwaukee. I was fascinated by the view of the city – buildings, bridges and the river. I was captivated by the sights. Today, nothing has changed, really. I paint Milwaukee with that same passion. Scott Bush, Artist. Friday: 5 to 9pm

17) GALLERY 218 – (207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 218 – 414.643.1732 – gallery218.com) Spring Showcase – Celebrating 26 Years in 2016. Gallery artists exhibit abstracts works in painting, photography, printmaking and mixed media. Live jazz by Keith Watling, cash bar, appetizers. Artists: Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, Rande Barke, Tara Keefe, JoAnn O’Hare, Harry Wirth, Karen Williams-Brusubardis, Cecila Condit. Exhibition runs April 15 through May 31. Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: noon to 5pm

18) GALLERY 326 – (221 N. Broadway – 414.906.1990) Lighter than MKE. Gallery 326 and Flux Design are featuring local artist and the work of Brandon Minga, who is showcasing his “Lighter than MKE” series. This mixed media assemblage work is inspired by a steampunk aesthetic and Milwaukee architecture, vintage imagery, found objects and the brands that helped make this city famous. Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm

19) GALLERY MKE – (207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 421 – 414.526.2574 – facebook.com/gallerymke)  Fun fine art, artisan jewelry and gifts by Mary Culling, Sally Lautmann and friends. Commissions welcome – custom pieces make great gifts. Friday: noon to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 5pm
20) HUDSON BUSINESS LOUNGE  (310 E. Buffalo St. – 414.220.9460 – thehudson.orgArt at the Hudson. The Hudson specializes in the exhibit and sale of fine craft of local artists. There will be live music, with hors d’ouevres and drink specials on Friday evening. Exhibition runs April 15 through July 14. Friday: 4 to 10pm, Saturday: 10am to 6pm

21) THE ITALIAN COMMUNITY CENTER – (631 E. Chicago St. – 414.223.2180 – iccmilwaukee.com) Unaltered images by Whitefish Bay Photographer, Gerry Geisecher, capturing pristine views of life in the Alps. Please join us for this one of a kind exhibit. Friday: 6 to 10pm, Saturday: 11am to 3pm

22) KASANA – (241 N. Broadway – 414.224.6158 – kasana-mke.com) Ximena’s Acrylics – Milwaukee’s Best. The work of Ximena was inspired by items and places that represent Milwaukee’s best and most loved, such as the Art Museum, historic buildings/venues, the Lakefront, urban streets, and general activities people do in the city like road cycling/running and drinking beer. Friday: 6 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 4pm

23) KIT AND ACE – (315 N. Broadway – 414.220.9433 – kitandace.com) Resist 10. Kit and Ace is proud to have Shane McAdams as our new Wall artist. His work, concerned with landscape in its broadest and deepest sense is embodied in our shop as “Resist 10,” made out of possibly one of the most mundane materials – Elmer’s Glue. Friday: 5 to 9pm

24) LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS – (525 E. Chicago St. – 414.220.9200 – lesliehindman.com) Leslie Hindman Auctioneer’s Spring Auction. Please join us for an early preview of Leslie Hindman Auctioneer’s May 6 Milwaukee Spring Auction, featuring a wide variety of Furniture, Decorative Arts, and Fine Art, as well as the work of celebrated Wisconsin and regional artists. Friday: 5 to 8pm, Saturday: 10am to 2pm

25) NEROLI SALON & SPA – (327 E. St. Paul Ave. – 414.227.2888 – nerolispa.comLIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! See artwork in the making with a live photo shoot. Neroli Salon & Spa’s creative team is collaborating with Front Room Photography on showcasing today’s hottest trends. BONUS: Complimentary makeup refreshes for all Gallery Night Visitors. Friday: 5 to 9pm

26) OIL, A CITY GALLERY (207 E. Buffalo St., Lobby – 414.588.6823 – oilmilwaukee.com) Urban + Agrarian Landscapes. Contemporary gallery with new works created and displayed every Wednesday through Friday from 3 to 7pm, and Saturday from noon to 5pm, and by appointment. Featuring Hal Koenig‘s urban and landscape canvases, and guest artist Richard W. Patt‘s agrarian landscapes. Exhibition is ongoing. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: noon to 5pm

27) PORTRAIT SOCIETY GALLERY– (207 E. Buffalo St., 5th Floor – 414.870.9930 –portraitsocietygallery.comAgency, Industry, Infinity. Portrait Society introduces two new artists, Robin Jebavy and Rosemary Ollison, in an exhibition that explores domestically situated or themed productivity. Robin Jebavy (b. 1981) creates large scale paintings from still life arrangements of glassware. Jebavy repeats, enlarges, and multiplies patterns into elegant, ornate compositions. Milwaukee-based Rosemary Ollison, who is self-taught, draws, weaves, stitches crazy quilts and clothing, builds sculptures out of duct tape, makes rugs, three dimensional fabric objects and writes poetry. Portrait Society will feature an installation/recreation of her living room, works on paper and crazy quilts. Exhibition runs April 1 through May 28. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 11am to 5pm

28) QUEOFF STUDIO – (231 E. Buffalo St. 1st Floor [Lobby] – 414.224.6086) Nicolet High School. Through vivid paintings, stunning photography, and finely crafted sculpture, Nicolet High School artists defy what it typically means to be an adolescent artist. Friday: 5:30 to 9pm, Saturday: noon to 5:30pm

29) RUSTICO PIZZERIA – (223 N. Water St. – 414.220.9933 – rusticopizzeria.com) Erik Magyar is a Milwaukee based cityscape, and fine art photographer. His work has been displayed at numerous restaurants, businesses and even in homes. Erik has revamped a few business websites from big named businesses throughout Milwaukee. Erik’s favorite kind of photography is long exposures. Exhibition runs April 15 to June 15. Friday: 11am to 1:30am, Saturday: 11am to 1:30am

30) SADLER GALLERY – (207 E. Buffalo St., Suite 200 – 414.278.1395 – sadlergallery.netArvid Petersen. This fun, playful painter will show his largest display of paintings ever at one time at Sadler Gallery II. A collection from this display will be available for raffle. Portions of the proceeds being donated to the American Red Cross. Main Gallery. Sasha Kinens’ classical realism paintings, a visual journey through emotions. Realistic figures placed in unrealistic or mystical settings, moody, deep colored circus themed paintings. The smart designs of wood crafter Lisa Brobst. Furniture that is simple but elegant, interesting but not overstated allowing the natural characteristics of the wood to shine through. American Pop- Expressionism. A new collection of paintings by artist Eric Oates, combines the slickness of pop culture iconography with the expressive beauty of paint on canvas. Friday 5 to 9pm, Saturday 11am to 4pm

 31) SPLASH STUDIO: A PAINTING BAR – (184 N. Broadway – 414.882.7621 – splashmilwaukee.comBrew City Vistas. A painting and drinking revolution started four years ago right here at Splash Studio. To celebrate, our talented team of local artists is bringing you Brew City Vistas, a brand new mixed media group exhibit featuring all things Milwaukee. Join us for a public reception and birthday party on Friday from 6pm-9pm; plus, the Super Secret Glow Project returns from 10pm-midnight on both Friday and Saturday nights. Happy Birthday to us = awesome party for you! (Reservations recommended for Glow.) Friday: 6 to 9pm

32) TIMOTHY COBB FINE ARTS – (207 E. Buffalo St. – 414.323.4555 – timothycobbfinearts.comSummer in Winter: Scapes of Land and City. In the chill of our Wisconsin winter, enjoy works by six Wisconsin artists bringing vistas of light, leaves, air, and clouds to come. Featuring Fred Bell, Shelby Keefe, Steve Ohlrich, Beth Stoddard and Sherri Thomas. Exhibition runs April 8 through June 2. Friday: 10am to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm

33) WATER BUFFALO – (249 N. Water St. – 414.431.1133 – waterbuffalomilwaukee.com) Nicolet High School. Through vivid paintings, stunning photography, and finely crafted sculpture, Nicolet High School artists defy what it typically means to be an adolescent artist. Friday: 5:30 to 9:30pm, Saturday: noon to 5:30pm


34) ALPHABANG! ART SPACE – (228 S. 1st St. – 414.517.2789) Street Musicians: A Photographic Exhibition by Tony Frontier. This is an exhibition of phenomenal musicians from around the world. Some may lack in technical proficiency, but is compensated with an energy, emotion, and humanity that transcends today’s digitized, auto-tuned world. They all have a story to tell. This exhibit will tell their story. Friday: 6 to 10pm, Saturday: noon to 2pm

35) ARTS @ LARGE – (908 S. 5th St. – 414.763.7379 – artsatlargeinc.orgProject Watershed. Students from multiple Milwaukee Public Schools collaboratively created Project Watershed, an exhibition that explores the watershed as a precious resource we must protect. Learn about Milwaukee watersheds, the impact of storm water runoff on rivers and lakes, and ways to reduce water usage. Exhibition runs April 15 to July 1. Friday: 5 to 8pm, Saturday: noon to 4pm

36) BLACK SHEEP – (216 S. 2nd St. – 414.223.0903 – blacksheepmke.comBlack Sheep is proud to display a diverse collection of vibrant, original works this Gallery Night and Day. Black Sheep is a relaxed yet upscale wine tap bar and restaurant featuring art and an artfully crafted menu. Friday: 5pm to 1am, Saturday: 11am to 1am

37) GREAT LAKES DISTILLERY – (616 W. Virginia St. – 414.431.8683 – greatlakesdistillery.comWorks of Michael Cothroll. Michael Cothroll displays original drawings for the #Great Lakes Distillery# labels including the Amerique 1912 Absinthe, Roaring Dan’s Rum, and Menomonee Valley Rye. Exhibition runs April 15 through July 21. Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: 11am to 10pm

38) HABITAT FOR HUMANITY RESTORE – (420 S. 1st St. – 414.257.9078 – milwaukeerestore.orgRecycled Art Contest. ReStore’s 7th Annual Recycled Art Contest challenges the public to create works primarily using the donated product found at ReStore. From artwork to repurposed furniture, the only rule of the contest is the majority of materials must be purchased at ReStore. Winners will be announced Friday at 5pm! Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm

39) HARLEY-DAVIDSON MUSEUM – (400 W. Canal St. – 414.287.2789 – h-dmuseum.comRace Day: Photo from the Flat Track. Flat track racing’s preeminent photographer, Dave Hoenig, takes you down to pit row and into the grandstands to document the thrills and chills of life in the fast lane in this Harley-Davidson Museum® photography exhibit. Free admission from 5 to 9pm on Friday; regular admission applies on Saturday. Exhibition runs through September 5. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 6pm

40) THE IRON HORSE HOTEL – (500 W. Florida St. – 414.374.4766 –theironhorsehotel.comWilliam Zuback Photographs. Inspired by the classic album covers of the 1960’s and 70’s, Zuback has been creating conceptual/staged photographs. His work most often explores the theme “identity” whether he is photographing inanimate dolls, other inanimate objects or people. The underlying narrative is the identity of one’s self, group, society or family. Friday: 4 to 10pm, Saturday: throughout the day

41) KUNZELMANN-ESSER SKYLIGHT – (710 W. Historic Mitchell St. – 414.647.8770 – info@kunzelmann.usSpring Exhibition. Grand opening of Milwaukee’s newest community art venue. Kunzelmann-Esser Skylight Gallery features works from emerging Artists, students, Artist’s Collectives, & Artist’s Associations in the Metro Milwaukee area. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: noon to 5pm

42) ORLANDINI STUDIOS – (633 W. Virginia St. – 414.272.3657 – orlandinistudios.com) We have a new artist joining us in April! We would like to welcome Angela Laughingheart to our upstairs gallery. She is a fiber artist…hats will present, Sea Creature soft sculpture and prints. Also, Parisian style toques, berets and cloche threads for your head. Debra Stubbe Burkart will also be upstairs with her Wisconsin and Milwaukee Landmark affordable prints. It is never too early to start shopping for the Holiday season! Eugene will be in the studio showing his new cast pieces that he has been working on for his past job sites. Stop on in and while you’re over here take a walk across the street to check out Eugene’s stuff at #Great Lakes Distillery#. Friday: 6 to 10pm, Saturday: 11 to 5pm

43) SCATHAIN LLC – (422 S. 4th St. – 414.988.4031 – scathain.com) Through our Looking Glass. We are artisans proving that the world once again needs well-crafted objects, that art can thrive in today’s age, that every detail of a room should be thought out and designed with passion. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 4pm

44) SHAKER’S – (422 S. 2nd St. – 414.272.4222) The Red Light District. This April, Shaker’s Cigar Bar transforms the second & third floor of the speakeasy and brothel to host “The Red Light District”, an exhibition that manifests the historic metamorphosis of Milwaukee’s identity of underground scandals, conflict, murder and prostitution. Exhibition runs April 1 to May 1. Friday: 5 to 10pm, Saturday: noon to 5pm


45) AYZHA FINE ARTS GALLERY & BOUTIQUE – (275 W. Wisconsin Ave. – 414.220.4355 – ayzhafinearts.com) Works of New York artist Carol Archer, Trinidad-born fashion designer-turned-painter, who shows the depths of the characters she paints and sketches through their eyes and who will give a talk. New oil paintings by portrait artist Milton Lacy. Works by military veterans, curated by artist José DeHoyos. Exhibition runs April 15 through June 17. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: noon to 5pm

46) GALLERY @ THE BLUE – (310 W. Wisconsin Ave. – 414.273.5500 – copamilwaukee.comCoPA @ The Blue. The Coalition of Photographic Arts proudly presents a new exhibit, “CoPA @ The Blue.” The exhibit features landscape, portrait, conceptual, abstract and environmental photographs, many of which have been shown nationally and internationally. Meet the photographers at the artist’s reception on Friday, 6 to 9pm. Refreshments available. Exhibition runs March 21 through May 14. Friday: 5:30 to 9pm

47) MILWAUKEE PUBLIC LIBRARY – CENTRAL BRANCH – (814 W. Wisconsin Ave. – 414.286.3068 –  milwaukeeareateachersofart.comMilwaukee Area Teachers of Art 75th Annual Membership Show. Milwaukee’s longest-running juried exhibition featuring art in all media by artist/art educators. A hidden gem of a show not to be missed! Exhibition runs April 10 through May 20. Artist Talk: Thursday at 7pm. Friday: 9am to 6pm, Saturday: 9am-5pm

48) MOWA AT SAINT JOHN’S ON THE LAKE – (1800 N. Prospect Ave. – 414.272.2022 – wisconsinart.org/mowaonthelakeLeon Travanti: Reflections on the Silk Road. Leon Travanti has spent much of his adult life traveling the globe. His artistic influences have been culled from trips to China, India, Laos, Malaysia, Thailand, and Turkey. Travanti will exhibit artwork inspired by the cultures of these various countries. In addition, the artist will showcase some of the folk art, textiles, and costumes that he has collected during his wanderings. Exhibition runs April 14 through July 13. Artist Talk: Thursday, April 14, 7pm. Friday: 5 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 5pm

49) REDLINE MILWAUKEE – (1422 N. 4th St. – 414.491.9088 – redlineartmke.org)  Enjoy a “play” themed pop up gallery of resident work. About 20 resident artists will conduct various hands on workshops including cyanotype, experimental printmaking and accordion bookmaking. Exhibit Bobbleheads: Real & Fantastical Heroism is on view until April 30. Friday: 6 to 9pm, Saturday: 10am to 3pm

Gallery Night and Day is presented quarterly by the Historic Third Ward Association. Special thanks to 2016 event sponsors: 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, Associated BankThe Pfister Hotel, and Physicians Realty Trust. For further information or to sponsor the event, please contact the Historic Third Ward Association at 414.273.1173 or www.historicthirdward.org.

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One thought on “Spring Gallery Night and Day to be held April 15 and 16, 2016”

  1. Christina Zawadiwsky says:

    Rosemary Ollison’s show at The Portrait Society has a reception on April 1, 2016, but – as you’ve read above – will also be up during Gallery Night and Day. A vibrant show – I for one, will come to see it! And thank you for this article, which is very helpful when trying to figure out where to go on Gallery Night!

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