Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20, 2018

Fridays: 5 to 9pm* Saturdays: 10am to 4pm*

For over 30 years, Gallery Night and Day has united downtown as Milwaukee's two-day premier art event for both the experienced art connoisseur and most beginning admirer. Discover galleries, explore museums, browse shops, and more!

Find Parking in the Third Ward

During Gallery Night and Day event hours (Friday 5 to 9pm; Saturday 10am to 4pm), park for just $5 at the Historic Third Ward parking structures located at 212 N. Milwaukee St. and 225 E. Chicago St.

Future Gallery Night and Day Events

January 18 & 19, 2019 | April 26 & 27, 2019  
July 19 & 20, 2019 | October 18 & 19, 2019


*Venues set their own hours for the event, so be sure to check with specific venues for details.

Gallery Night and Day Applications

Applications

Applications for January 2019 are now being accepted. Download a January Gallery Night application here.

Please note the deadline date of Wednesday, November 14, 2018.

You can pay your Gallery Night participation fee online. Just remember to email or mail your signed application.

Sign-up Today!

Our Sponsors

Sponsorship Opportunities

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of this great community event, we'd love to hear from you. Contact Ruth Lawson at the Historic Third Ward Association today.

For Additional Information

414.273.1173

East Town Participants

The City Center @ 735

735 N. Water Street

414.765.0305

Happy Memories

“One lives in the hope of becoming a memory.”- Antonio Porchia. City Center’s “Happy Memories” is an enthralling exhibit of fashion, art and history. Experience an enchanting remembering of our warmest memories.

Friday: 5pm-9pm

David Barnett Gallery

1024 E. State Street

414.271.5058

davidbarnettgallery.com

Out of the Vault & New Acquisitions:

Artwork on view for the first time in years, including original work by Della Wells, Carol Summers, Claude Wiesbuch, and more. Plus, New Acquisitions—artwork by Calder, Picasso, Renoir, and Cassatt, among others.

Gallery 1SW:

Inauguration of the new space within the historic David Barnett Gallery dedicated to showcasing recent work by contemporary artists.

David’s Attic:

Pop-up exhibition premiere hosted by The Rogue’s Art Group on the gallery’s top floor. Featuring work by more than 20 award-winning local, regional and national artists.

Exhibition October 19, 2018- January 12, 2019
Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-5pm

Grohmann Museum

1000 N. Broadway

414.277.2300

msoe.edu/museum

David Plowden’s Portraits of Work

David Plowden has spent his career capturing scenes of industry and amassing an unparalleled catalogue of images of work. Over the last ten years, the Grohmann Museum has hosted exhibitions of his railroad, bridge architecture, and steel photographs. And his work is the subject of over two dozen books of industrial photography, from majestic lake boats to small town feed mills. However, no single book or exhibition has focused exclusively on his portraits of workers, until now. In close collaboration with the artist, the finest examples of these photographs have been selected for this special display of work. This exhibition features dozens of portraits of workers at their vocation. Included are subjects from a number of occupations, including farmers, mechanics, engineers, salespeople, shopkeepers, and ship captains. Visually appealing and psychologically engaging, patrons are sure to reflect on their own pursuits and those of their friends, family, and neighbors while viewing David Plowden’s Portraits of Work.

Exhibition Now-December 3, 2018
Friday: 5pm-9pm, join us at 7pm for a talk with the Artist, Saturday: 12pm-6pm

The Pfister Hotel

424 E. Wisconsin Avenue

414.273.8222

thepfisterhotel.com

Artist in Residence Stephanie Schultz

Come celebrate the spirit of the season with a high fashion Victorian Masquerade! The evening will include live music, themed parlor games, hors d’oeuvres, a costume contest, and a fashion display featuring Stephanie’s work. The event will take place in the Rouge Ballroom from 6pm-10pm.

Friday: 6pm-10pm

Urban Milwaukee: The Store

755 N. Milwaukee Street

414.395.0632

UrbanMilwaukeeTheStore.com

Downtown Milwaukee - The Abstract Eye of Karl Herschede

Juxtaposition and abstraction. These two words come to mind when discussing art and photography, but they rarely come together when talking about architectural photography. With Milwaukee’s buildings spanning over 150 years, showing off architectural details to convey this framework comes more naturally than you’d think.

Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-3pm

Village Church Arts Gallery

130 E. Juneau Avenue

414.273.7617

villagechurchmilwaukee.org

Autumn… the ripe, golden time has come again:
A variety of artists and media exploring and evoking the transitioning season.
Friday: 5pm-9pm, Appetizers will be served. Saturday: 1pm-3pm

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Historic Third Ward Participants

Aurora Health Center - Third Ward

163 N. Milwaukee Street

414.227.1127

aurorahealthcare.org/locations/clinic/n-milwaukee-st

Art Visions by FW

Life Impressionist | Acrylic on Canvas | Original Paintings

“The world around me inspires my paintings; I try to bring this inspiration to life in my work with a blend of colorful energy and movement, which expresses all that I see and feel. I hope you feel the Celebration of Life from my paintings because that is what I feel when I paint them.” ...Frank

Friday: 5:30pm-9pm, Saturday 12pm-4pm

Cassy Tully-Fine Art

159 N. Jackson Street, Suite 104

920.698.6201

cassytully.com

10th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Cassy Tully - Fine Art, Gallery Night showcases Cassy’s original golf and lifestyle artwork, paintings, prints and collectible gifts. Cassy will personalize her Collector’s Edition hand-painted ornaments and sign Coffee Thoughts: Inspiration Sip by Sip, her book with Elise Cantrell.

Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-2pm

Chrysalis Boutique

207 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 604

414.455.8250

chrysaliseboutique.com

Sculpted by Nature

Explore fine minerals and gemstones from around the globe, with a wide range of impressive sculptures and gorgeous colors, which are sure to please everyone. Crystal forms create decorative pieces and gemstones generate dazzling effects. Knowledgeable and helpful experts will be available during the show, as well as Wednesday-Friday from 12pm-4pm, and by request.

Friday: 4pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm

 

Elements East

191 N. Broadway

414.488.9767

elementseast.com

An Evening with Milwaukee Ballet’s Dracula

Take tea with Milwaukee Ballet’s Dracula and his vampire brides at Elements East (Friday evening only!).

Fall Florals Exhibit

Be awed by the floral work of Vicki Kunz of La Tulipe as she adds her creativity to Friday evening and Saturday day.

Art, inspiration, and fright collide in this collaborative space.

Friday: 5pm-9pm (Milwaukee Ballet: 6:30-8:30), Saturday: 10:30am-3pm

Frank Juarez Gallery

207 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 600

920.559.7181

frankjuarezgallery.com

Boundaries: New works by Sara Willadsen

Sara Willadsen’s work deviates from environments and structures to focus on curated, contained objects. By carefully arranging collage materials within specific parameters, she is able to analyze her visual language as well as use this act of simplifying as an agent for clarity.

Exhibition Now-October 20, 2018
Friday: 6pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm

Gallery 218

207 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 218

414.643.1732

gallery218.com

28th Annual Fall Showcase

Contemporary work by emerging and established artists; painting, photography, clay by award-winning artists: Judith Hooks, Bernie Newman, Joanne O’Hare, Martha Coaty, Scott Onsager, Lew Cadkin, Carol Liesenfelder. Live jazz by Keith Watling. Light appetizers and cash bar. Artist applications reviewed Saturdays 1pm-4pm.

Exhibition: October 19-November 30, 2018
Friday: 5pm-10pm, Saturday: 12pm-5pm

Halling & Cayo, S.C.

320 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 700

414.271.3400

hallingcayo.com

The Flash Nites

With a love of both road trips and Americana, Chris and Katie found a way to create art in the middle of nowhere, in the middle of the night, for people who simply want something different to hang on their walls. 

We travel all over the country to find these unique places. Kinda like paint on a white canvas, we use colored strobes and flashlights on a black one. The REAL art happens beyond the camera, and the REAL story is told as we literally shed light on these magical places that have long since been forgotten. To learn more about The Flash Nites, visit theflashnites.com.

Friday: 5 to 9pm

Hoffman York

200 N. Water Street

414.289.9700

hoffmanyork.com

Multiple artists will display their work including Amy Swanston, a Chicago area artist who paints evocative watercolor house portraits. She will be painting live during the evening. Also featured will be photographer Darrick Sewell, and the creative talents of Hoffman York’s own Lauren Cook and Amanda Wambold.

Friday: 5pm-9pm

Lily Pad Gallery West

215 N. Broadway

414.509.5756

lilypadgalleries.com

Lily Pad West provides the finest quality realism, naturalism, impressionism and abstract works of art. With over 200 works of art from 70 distinct artists, the gallery brings quality art from modern contemporary to art reminiscent of 19th century French and Dutch Masters. An artist reception and demonstration will be held for Christopher Pierce, a nationally recognized artist for his figurative, floral, and portrait paintings. The demonstration will be held Saturday from 1:00pm until 3:30pm.


Friday: 5-9pm, Saturday: 11am-5pm

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design

273 E. Erie Street

414.847.3200

miad.edu

Mathew Hintz: Spirit of the Open Road

August 8 - October 20, 2018
MIAD alum Mathew Hintz ’98 (Painting), who died unexpectedly in December 2017, had a passion for motorcycles and transportation design and was one of only a few licensed Harley-Davidson artists worldwide.

The Making of Steel Genesis: Sandra Gould Ford

October 19 - December 8, 2018
A collaboration between artists LaToya Ruby Frazier and Sandra Gould Ford, this exhibition explores Ford’s work and life. Viewers are exposed to the history, memory and experiences of the industrial working class.

Friday: 5-9pm, Saturday: 10am-5pm

OIL, a city gallery

207 E. Buffalo Street

414.588.6823

oilmilwaukee.com

Urban + Agrarian Landscapes

Contemporary gallery with new works created and displayed every Wednesday through Friday 3pm to 6:30pm, Saturday 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: 3pm-9pm, Saturday: 12pm-4pm

Orley Shabahang

151 N. Water Street

414.455.3636

orleyshabahang.com

The Art of Weaving

Orley Shabahang will provide a rare glimpse into the creation of their hand-knotted carpets with a demonstration of their traditional weaving process on a loom right in the Third Ward gallery surrounded by beautiful antiques and their own line of contemporary carpets.
Friday: 5pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-6pm

Portrait Society Gallery

207 E. Buffalo Street, 5th floor

414.870.9930

portraitsocietygallery.com

Black Eyed Peas and Coal Black Blues: Textiles and works on paper by Sharon Kerry-Harlan and Alison Saar

In a powerful fall exhibition, PSG combines the work of Sharon Kerry-Harlan and Alison Saar. Both artists will be showing recent work involving textiles. Kerry-Harlan’s new body of work, Black Eyed Peas, features several hundred hand-made dolls composed as a wall installation, as well as a series of collaged fabric works. Alison Saar’s new body of prints on vintage textiles focuses on issues of black male and female identity, history and religion. Kerry-Harlan lives in Wauwatosa, WI, and Florida. She has shown her work at many national museums and institutions, with a recent solo exhibition at the Erie Museum in Pennsylvania. Alison Saar, Los Angeles, is internationally known. Her work is in major museum collections across the country.

Exhibition through November 16, 2018
Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-5pm

PyraMax Bank

318 N. Water Street

414.238.2952

pyramaxbank.com

Ronald Reagan High School Visual Arts Department

Evocative art is displayed throughout the Reagan campus reflecting the talents of students enrolled in the IB Visual Arts Department. Come join PyraMax Bank to support the students of Ronald Reagan High School.

Friday: 5pm-9pm

The Renaissance Gallery

309 N. Water Street, Lobby Level

414.303.9389

crdavidsonart.com

Margaret Lockwood - New Works

New works from nationally recognized and award-winning Door County artist Margaret Lockwood will be showcased at The Renaissance Gallery. Ms. Lockwood’s large, abstract impressionistic canvases express her emotional attachment to the land and water of Door County, where she has resided for more than two decades. Deep forests, colorful meadows, shimmering water surfaces, skies full of color and movement continue to inspire Margaret as she paints in her Sturgeon Bay studio. The artist will be present at Saturday’s reception.

Exhibition October 19, 2018-January 11, 2019
Friday: 5pm-8 pm, Saturday: 1pm-3pm, Artist Reception

Sadler Gallery

207 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 200

414.870.1453

sadlergallery.net

The Sadler Gallery will feature the Pop Expressionist paintings of Eric Oates. Oates’ work is included in The Milwaukee Bucks Art Collection at Fiserv Forum. Also featured Sasha Kinens. An accomplished and mature artist, her work centers on the female figure. Her paintings are highly atmospheric with a sense of mystery. Please join us. This promises to be an exciting show!

Friday: 5-9pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm

Sneex

180 N. Broadway

414.509.8430

sneex3rdward.com

DJ Brandis “Mr. New York” Frater

Live music brought to you by DJ artist Brandis “Mr. New York” Frater. Refreshments will be served.

Friday: 5pm-10pm

Tory Folliard Gallery

233 N. Milwaukee Street

414.273.7311

toryfolliard.com

Mostly People

Mark Mulhern’s figurative paintings, monotypes, and drawings are immersive displays of the human experience. Each expressionistic work encourages the viewer to enter into the realm of the real and imagined, where Mulhern’s gestural figures engage in mundane acts of sipping coffee and walking dogs in a park, to more sumptuous moments of attending lavish parties and strolls through Parisian flea markets. 

Exhibition October 19-November 24, 2018
Friday 5pm-9pm, Saturday 11am-4pm

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Walker's Point\South Participants

The Alice Wilds

900 S. 5th Street, Suite 102

414.635.0887

thealicewilds.com

In the Expanse of Nighttime: Recent Paintings by David Niec

David Niec’s lifestyle is built upon examining lunar phenomena; being present in a chosen setting over sequential nights. Under the atmosphere aided only by a flashlight, Niec captures these spans of time and space, of wonder and mystery through singular paintings and multiple panel installations. 

Exhibition September 28-November 10, 2018
Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-5pm

Cannedbeatz Art Space

2435 W. National Avenue

414.517.2789

cannedbeatzartspace.org

Cognitive Dissonance: The Artistic Expressions of Hanna Cole & Steven Bossler

Psychologist Lance Festinger describes “Cognitive Dissonance” as a mental discomfort experienced by holding contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values. This exhibition is a juxtaposed representation of two artists’ creations paired together, transporting the viewer out of their comfort zone, provoking a new pattern of thought.

Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-4pm

The Grove Gallery

832 S. 5th Street

414.659.0262

gallerygrove.com

The “God-Almighty:” Stanley Ryan Jones Sells Out

Walls and walls of ART at rock bottom prices-everything must go! Paintings, drawings, photographs, assemblages, shadow boxes and more!
Exhibition September 22-November 17, 2018, Saturdays 12pm-5pm
Friday: 5pm – 9pm, Saturday 12pm – 5pm

Harley-Davidson Museum

400 W. Canal Street

877.HDMUSEUM

h-dmuseum.com

New Exhibits

Curious how Harley-Davidson transitioned from bicycles to full-fledged motorcycles? Taming the Road in Style details that incredible journey. Our Panorama exhibit shows off large-scale panoramas, before you could take them easily on smartphones! Don’t miss the Engine Wall, artfully displaying 24 examples of Harley-Davidson engines.

Friday: 5pm-9pm

The Iron Horse Hotel

500 W. Florida Street

414.831.4614

theironhorsehotel.com

KENKOFOTO started as the counterpart to my video and motion design work. I laid out a few rules for myself at the start of what would be my photo-a-day project I started in 2012: at least one photo a day for a year, no sunsets, no landmarks. Five years and thousands of photos later, I still shoot daily and post to my blog: kenkofoto.tumblr.com This work serves as a personal diary of these past years, and is a reminder of where I’ve been and offers some clues to where I’m going. I consider all these images as experiments, matching photography and graphic design, coupled with a soundtrack of the music I love. Most captions and titles are references to songs and lyrics that appeared to me while these images were being created. Kenkofoto.com Instagram: @kenkofoto

Friday: 5pm to 9pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm

R&R Art Galleries

194 S. 2nd Street

414.421.7700

rrartgalleries.com

A premier framing and printing gallery representing artists of varied mediums. Featuring photography by Robert Popp, jewelry by Dagmara Costello, woodwork by James Bednarski, painting by Dan Duffy, and sculpture by Eduardo.

Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-4pm

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts

839 S. 5th Street

414.672.2787

wpca-milwaukee.org

The 26th Annual Día de los Muertos Exhibition

The 26th Annual Día de los Muertos Exhibition celebrates life and death while exploring ancestral connections, living expressions of culture and traditions through community altares and artwork by local artists. Opening reception and celebration will take place October 19, 5pm-9pm.

Exhibition October 19-November 17, 2018
Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 12pm-5pm

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Around Town Participants

Ayzha Fine Arts Gallery & Boutique

275 W. Wisconsin Avenue

414.220.4355

ayzhafineartsgallery.com

Hidden Treasure

Milwaukee painter and sculptor Darron Reed’s low profile belies the mastery he shows of his art. Reed, who tends toward abstracts, will be the featured artist. There will be entertainment and refreshments.

Exhibition October 19-December 14, 2018
Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 12pm-4pm

Cream City Clay, Inc.

7105 W. Greenfield Avenue

414.249.5902

creamcityclay.com

Art on the Avenue in Downtown West Allis

Cream City Clay, Inc. Pottery School & Studio is representing decorative and functional art and sculpture produced by over a dozen local artists. Come for the art and stay for the live pottery demonstration known as Raku. Open flames meet copper flash and create rainbow glazes.

Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-5pm

Gallery @ 310 W. Wisconsin

310 W. Wisconsin Avenue

414.273.5500

Memories in the Making

The Memories in the Making art program of the Alzheimer’s Association gives those living with dementia the opportunity to express themselves through art. This exhibit consists of 64 paintings with descriptive stories and artist biographies.

Exhibition through October 20, 2018
Friday: 6pm-9pm

Gallery 326 at Flux Design

811 E. Vienna Avenue

414.906.1990

thinkflux.com

Floating City

Gallery 326 of Flux Design, and the Gathering Place Brewery are teaming up to present: Floating City featuring the artwork of Brandon Minga and other local artists and makers. Highlighted artist Brandon Minga’s work addresses the deconstruction and reconstruction of architectural elements to make the buildings appear as if they are floating into the sky.

Exhibition through October 29, 2018
Friday: 5pm-Midnight, Saturday: 11am-5pm

King Drive Commons Gallery and Studio

2775 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

414.264.5000

mlkedc.com

It’s About Time…Compared to What?

Featuring the timeless talent of artist and craftsman Darron Reed and his uniquely creative wall clocks. Along with photographer India McMiller who specializes in portraits of individuals capturing moments of time. Also included is our multimedia artwork called Whale of a Story, which speaks to our concern about our water and environment, our political views, visions, and hopes for the future. Friday’s night entertainment includes exciting live jazz by Rhythm and Blues band Mauree, cultural lecture/discussion and musical excerpts on musician Les McCann, a Jazz/Soul Jazz pianist. Culinary delights will be presented by Pas Da Peas Catering. The event is free and open to the public.

Produced and directed by Marketa Edwards.
Friday: 5:30pm-9pm, Saturday 12pm-2pm

Mobile Design Box

753 N. 27th Street

414.265.9265

facebook.com/MobileDesignBox/

3 Perspectives On The Human Experience

Creations of the Abyss with Willis Davis Jr, MCFI LIFE Services Highlights the use of recycled resources to create artwork & UWM SARUP Studio’s Plywood Toys & the relationship between kids, play, and architecture. Discussion to be held Saturday at noon with MCFI & Mo Zell, Architecture Chair.

Friday: 5pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-4pm

Museum of Wisconsin Art on the Lake

1800 N. Prospect Avenue

414.272.2022

wisconsinart.org/mowaonthelake

Kenn Kwint

Kenn Kwint describes his paintings as “primitive marks on a sophisticated ground.” He initiates his creative process without any preconceived subject matter and the physically tactile and emotionally charged results testify to his passionate love affair with the act of painting.


Exhibition October 3, 2018-January 19, 2019
Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday 10am-5pm

RedLine Milwaukee

1422 Vel R. Phillips Avenue

414.502.7641

redlinemilwaukee.com

POP CultureJam

POP CultureJam is the seventh show in the provocative CultureJam MKE series. The all-star artist lineup will provide an entertaining and critical examination of how pop culture is currently shaping the world as we know it.


Exhibition: October 18-November 17, 2018
Friday: 6pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-3pm

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Historic Third Ward Participants

  • Aurora Health Center - Third Ward
  • 163 N. Milwaukee Street
  • Art Visions by FW
  • Life Impressionist | Acrylic on Canvas | Original Paintings
  • “The world around me inspires my paintings; I try to bring this inspiration to life in my work with a blend of colorful energy and movement, which expresses all that I see and feel. I hope you feel the Celebration of Life from my paintings because that is what I feel when I paint them.” ...Frank
  • Friday: 5:30pm-9pm, Saturday 12pm-4pm

 

  • Cassy Tully-Fine Art
  • 159 N. Jackson Street, Suite 104
  • 10th Anniversary Celebration
  • Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Cassy Tully - Fine Art, Gallery Night showcases Cassy’s original golf and lifestyle artwork, paintings, prints and collectible gifts. Cassy will personalize her Collector’s Edition hand-painted ornaments and sign Coffee Thoughts: Inspiration Sip by Sip, her book with Elise Cantrell.
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-2pm

 

  • Chrysalis Boutique
  • 207 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 604
  • Sculpted by Nature
  • Explore fine materials and gemstones from around the globe, with a wide range of impressive sculptures and gorgeous colors, which are sure to please everyone. Crystal forms create decorative pieces and gemstones generate dazzling effects. Knowledgeable and helpful experts will be available during the show, as well as Wednesday-Friday from
  • 12pm-4pm, and by request.
  • Friday: 4pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm

 

  • Elements East
  • 191 N. Broadway
  • An Evening with Milwaukee Ballet’s Dracula
  • Take tea with Milwaukee Ballet’s Dracula and his vampire brides at Elements East (Friday evening only!).
  • Fall Florals Exhibit
  • Be awed by the floral work of Vicki Kunz of La Tulipe as she adds her creativity to Friday evening and Saturday day.
  • Art, inspiration, and fright collide in this collaborative space.
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm (Milwaukee Ballet: 6:30-8:30), Saturday: 10:30am-3pm

 

  • Frank Juarez Gallery
  • 207 E. Buffalo Street, Suite 600
  • Boundaries: New works by Sara Willadsen
  • Sara Willadsen’s work deviates from environments and structures to focus on curated, contained objects. By carefully arranging collage materials within specific parameters, she is able to analyze her visual language as well as use this act of simplifying as an agent for clarity.
  • Exhibition Now-October 20, 2018
  • Friday: 6pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm
  • Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
  • 273 E. Erie Street
  • 2018 MIAD Juried Senior Exhibition
  • Frederick Layton Gallery
  • This is an annual exhibit featuring some of the best art and design works of this year’s Senior Exhibition, as chosen by faculty.
  • Exhibition June 2 – August 4, 2018
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  • Animals in Space: A Collective Memoir
  • Brooks Stevens Gallery
  • Through a mixture of media, emerging artists Malika Mukhari, Anna Foran, Zoe Greenham, Natasha Mijares and Rebecca Nakaba investigate similarities and differences between humans and animals in processing information, material and memory, as well as explore the relationships to space for humans and animals.
  • Exhibition June 30-July 28, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-5pm
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  • NOT YOUR MAMA’S SUNSET WALK
  • Brooks Stevens Gallery
  • Join the curators and artists of the Animals in Space exhibition at MIAD for a romantic informative ghost sunset walk. We will be transposing stories and ideas from the exhibition to nearby locations.
  • Friday: 6:30pm-8:25pm

 

  • OIL, a city gallery
  • 207 E. Buffalo Street
  • Urban + Agrarian Landscapes
  • Contemporary gallery with new works created and displayed every Wednesday through Friday 3 to 6:30pm, Saturday 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: 3pm-10pm, Saturday: 12pm-5pm

 

  • Portrait Society Gallery
  • 207 E. Buffalo Street, 5th floor
  • This summer, Portrait Society Gallery is pleased to present a two-part exhibition focusing on concepts of home.
  • Homely (Part One), assembles four Madison-area artists with diverse formal approaches but a common interest in domestic themes: Tim Brenner, Tracy Cirves, Rebecca Kautz, Emily Rudolph.
  • Exhibition June 8 to July 21, 2018
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  • Homely (Part Two) will present a series of images of Milwaukee evictions taken by moving companies as required documents for the sheriff’s office as well as Lois Bielefeld’s “Weeknight Dinner” series that looks into American homes and the diverse ways we gather for evening meals. A third component will present Milwaukee Journal Sentinel photojournalist Angela Peterson’s images from the newspaper’s concurrent series by writer Erin Richards on unstable housing conditions and the impact on local schools.
  • Reception: 3 to 5pm Saturday, July 28, 2018
  • Exhibition July 28-September 1, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-5pm

 

  • The Renaissance Gallery
  • 309 N. Water Street, Lobby Level
  • Made in Milwaukee Revisited
  • Twenty-five years ago the Milwaukee Art Museum curated an exhibit of original lithographs by well-established Wisconsin artists printed by John Gruenwald of the Gruenwald Press. Art collector and artist benefactor, Robert Ivens, purchased many of the prints over the years; CR Davidson Art is pleased to showcase an assortment of his collection. This exhibition features the art of William Nichols, John Colt, Schomer Lichtner, Ruth Kjaer, Linda Plotkin, John Gruenwald, Jill Sebastian, Guido Brink and others. Additional artworks are available for viewing in the CR Davidson Art office (Marshall Building – 207 East Buffalo Street – Suite 524) by appointment, special event or chance.
  • Exhibition July 20 - October 12, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-8pm

 

  • Sneex
  • 180 N. Broadway
  • Brandis “Mr. New York” Frater
  • Featuring DJ artist Brandis “Mr. New York” Frater Friday evening. Refreshments will be served. Join us Saturday morning for coffee and doughnuts from our local neighbors: Holey Moley Doughnuts.
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm

 

  • Splash Studio: a painting bar
  • 184 N. Broadway
  • Abstraction
  • Splash Studio’s talented team of local artists presents Abstraction, a new group gallery exhibit featuring shapes, colors, and forms. Join us for an opening reception with drink specials on Friday.
  • Exhibition July 20-October 1, 2018
  • Friday: 6pm-9pm

 

  • Tory Folliard Gallery
  • 233 N. Milwaukee Street
  • 30th Anniversary Exhibition
  • Celebrating its 30th year in business, the Tory Folliard Gallery presents the 30th Anniversary exhibition, the biggest event of the year showcasing artwork by the Gallery's many talented painters, sculptors, and photographers who have made this occasion possible. Over 110 exciting new works by the Gallery's 65 artists will be included in the exhibition.
  • Exhibition July 13-September 8, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm
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Walker's Point/South Participants

  • The Alice Wilds
  • 900 S. 5th Street, Suite 102
  • Kyle Seis: The Surface of a Stone is Always in Motion
  • This exhibition presents a series of new works by Kyle Seis that approach photography as a kind of digital alchemy. In his images, geological elements are layered and rearranged to reveal that all that is solid can be turned to dust and reimagined.
  • Exhibition June 22-August 4, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 11am-5pm

 

  • Paliafito Eco-Arts Park
  • Corners of 3rd and Walker Street
  • Gallery Night in the Park!
  • Join us for one-night art festival in Paliafito Eco-Arts Park, featuring Abraxis - a local favorite Santana Tribute Band! Live music, pop up art galleries, family-friendly activities, and food and drinks will be available. The Arts @ Large gallery (908 S. 5th Street) will serve as our secondary location in case of rain.
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm

 

  • Camino
  • 434 S. 2nd Street
  • The Works of Saebra Laken 
  • Saebra Laken’s paintings are vivid, fluid explorations of duality. Occultism, feminism and liberation flow through her work, seeping into dark corners and brilliant colors.
  • Friday: 5pm-10pm

 

  • Cannedbeatz Art Space (formerly AlphaBang! Art Space)
  • 2435 W. National Avenue
  • Celebrate Freedom: Commemorating Juneteeth Day
  • Cannedbeatz Art Space is commemorating the announcement with an art exhibition entitled "Celebrate Freedom" where the accolades of African-Americans will be depicted through the visual arts. Numerous artists will depict their celebration of freedom through various styles and mediums.
  • Exhibition June 15-July 21, 2018
  • Friday: 6pm-9pm, Saturday: 12pm-2pm

 

  • The Grove Gallery
  • 832 S. 5th Street
  • strong>Arthur Thrall: Musical Prints and Choreographic Drawings
  • The late Arthur Thrall was a master engraver, etcher, and printmaker. His free use of musical notation, calligraphic lines, and inventive printing techniques produced playful works of musical and choreographic abstraction.
  • Friday: 5pm–9pm, Saturday: 12pm–4pm
  • Harley-Davidson Museum
  • 400 W. Canal Street
  • The Engine Wall
  • The H-D Museum is proud to announce its all-new Engine Wall is currently on display. Designed for performance and styled for appearance, the H-D Museum’s new Engine Wall artfully displays 24 examples from the major engine families that Harley-Davidson has engineered over its 115-year history.
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm

 

  • The Iron Horse Hotel
  • 500 W. Florida Street
  • Rock n’ Roll Legends
  • July Gallery Night will feature “Rock n’ Roll Legends,” an exhibit of original oil paintings by Timo Gallery artist Tim Meyerring. These large-scale portraits are based on licensed photography by noted rock n’roll photographers. The show will feature works of Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, and Jimmy Page. The mostly 60”x60” oil on canvas pieces reflect a bright, bold and almost psychedelic color palette, including metallic silver and gold. Some have been commissioned by local collectors, others created expressly for this show and available for purchase.
  • Friday: 4pm-10pm

 

  • R&R Art Galleries
  • 194 S. 2nd Street
  • A premier framing and printing gallery representing artists of varied mediums. Featuring photography by Robert Popp, jewelry by Dagmara Costello, woodwork by James Bednarski, painting by Dan Duffy, and sculpture by Eduardo.
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-4pm

 

  • Walker’s Point Center for the Arts
  • 839 S. 5th Street
  • Creative Discoveries
  • "Creative Discoveries" features artwork produced by youth during our 2018 Summer Art Camp. Various mediums including video installations, fiber arts, ceramics, performance art and sculpture showcase youth perspectives on the topics of community and identity. This 6th Annual Youth Art Exhibit will include a theater performance at 5:30pm on July 20th. This exhibit runs through August 10th.
  • Friday 5pm-9pm, Saturday 12pm-5pm
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Around Town Participants

  • Ayzha Fine Arts Gallery & Boutique
  • 275 W. Wisconsin Avenue
  • Fresh Faces
  • Young, emerging artists will be showcased. They include Natalia Virafuentes of Chicago (painting and drawing); and Christina Roeder (painting), Tereesa Sellhausen (painting and ceramics), Jeff Brown (architecture, painting and graphic design), and Verinia Glass (illustration and portraiture), all of Milwaukee. Glass, who is curating the exhibit, will dolive sketching along with famed Milwaukee muralist Reynaldo Hernandez and his artist daughter Rozalia Singh. Also on display will be trees forged from metal by Milwaukee sculptor and welder James Binnamin. The artists will talk. MC Grendyll Ward will perform. Refreshments will be served.
  • Exhibition July 20-September 7, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm; Saturday: 12pm-4pm

 

  • King Drive Commons Gallery and Studio
  • 2775 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
  • Mercy, Mercy, Me: What About Our Ecology?
  • People all over the planet are concerned! This exhibit explores some of these concerns through various artworks from individuals throughout the community. Their works are inspired and taught by three artists: Martina Patterson (Fiberart) Gina Jorgensen (Teacher/ Activist), and Alysha Wilson (Studio/Graphic art). Titled Mercy, Mercy, Me, is a musical video produced by Greg Adams, a polyinstrumentalist and videographer that explores the impact of humankind’s insensitivity to our ecology. Presented from the mindset that we are each like threads closely woven together and what we do effects us all. Entertainment includes live jazz and R&B from the ‘70s to current by MAUREE, spoken word performed by Still Waters Collective, and refreshments and culinary delights by B.R. Smiths Catering. Exhibit produced and curated by Marquita Edwards. Exhibit is sponsored by the Martin Luther King Economic Development Inc. and the Bader Philanthropies.
  • Friday: 5:30pm-9pm, Saturday: 12pm-2pm
  • Mobile Design Box
  • 753 N. 27th Street
  • Two solo exhibitions at the Mobile Design Box : Evelyn Patricia Terry and UWM Studio
  • "Mass Matters"
  • Evelyn Patricia Terry's “America: Guests Who Came To Dinner (and Stayed)” combines her doll collection, drawings and essay. UWM Studio “Mass Matters” focuses on using thermodynamics as the primary driver of design. Models, drawings and samples available. Presenters will speak from 11am to 12pm together on Saturday.
  • Exhibition July 20-October 5, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-1pm

 

  • RedLine Milwaukee
  • 1422 N. 4th Street
  • Timeline 2018
  • Timeline is an exciting exhibition which reflects on the past year of work by all of the RedLine Milwaukee artists in residence. These artists explore various media and disciplines while they comment on subject matter that is important to them.
  • Exhibition July 20-August 25, 2018
  • Friday: 5pm-9pm, Saturday: 10am-3pm
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