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Jun. 10, 2008
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America’s Black Holocaust Museum
Artifacts and exhibits that detail the horrors of slavery in America.

Barclay Gallery & Garden Cafe

Handmade works of fine crafts from America’s top artists.

Betty Brinn Children’s Museum
Hands-on displays teach science, business, art, and more to kids in a fun environment; there is also a toddler section for ages 0-3.

Bradley Sculpture Gardens
Considered one of the countries premier sculpture gardens.

Bresler Eitel Art and Framing Gallery
Gallery events for the general public, framing supplies and services for artists, and installations for corporate clients.

Brooks Stevens Gallery of Industrial Design
Exhibits work by national and international industrial designers.

Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion

Home to Milwaukee’s pioneer brewing family and five archbishops, this mansion is being restored to its original splendor.

Charles Allis and Villa Terrace Art Museums
These galleries are house in two of Milwaukee’s oldest historic mansions to host artist exhibits, collections, and special events.

Discovery World Museum
Hands-on science museum with day special events and exhibits; day camp and special classes are available.

Eisner Museum
Gallery of historic advertising; tour available.

Elaine Erickson Gallery
The gallery focuses on contemporary paintings, works on paper, and sculpture. Abstract and representational works are also featured, such as surrealism and African art. http://www.ericksongallery.com/

Great Big Faces
This gallery focuses on artist entertainment.

Gutzwiller Art
Impressionist paintings that portray scenes from around the world; both original pastels and limited edition prints are displayed.

Haggerty Museum of Arts

Features works in all media, ranging from Old Master paintings to contemporary video sculpture; part of Marquette University.

Hotcakes Gallery
This gallery exhibits contemporary fine art.

International Clown Hall of Fame
Art dedicated to preserve the advancement of clown art.

John Michael Kohler Arts
JMKAC functions as a catalyst for and explorer of new art forms and new ideas that will impact the lives of both artists and public.

Kate Gingrass Gallery
A contemporary art and fine craft gallery that provides corporate clients with numerous art related services.

Milwaukee Art Museum
Houses a collection of over 20,000 works and is housed in a landmark building designed by Eero Saarinen.

Milwaukee Public Museum
A premier natural history and science facility that is world-renowned for its exhibits, collections, ongoing scientific research, and educational programs.

Mitchell Gallery of Flight
The gallery features artifacts and history about aviation in the Milwaukee area.

Riverwest Artists Association
Fosters refective, innovative, and productive art in southeastern Wisconsin.

St. Joan of Arc Chapel
From 15th century France, this medieval chapel showcases a stone in which Joan of Arc prayed at before leading her countrymen into battle against the English in 1492. http://www.marquette.edu/campus/joanarc.htm

Studio Art Crawl
Semi-annual open house in a historic building with 4 floors of artist studios; includes glass, ceramics, leather goods, painting, printmaking, and photography.

By Artists for Artists.

Studio Shelby
Impressionist artist and illustrator who offers cityscapes, landscapes, and portraits. http://www.studioshelby.com/

Troy Folliard Gallery
Features still life, landscape, abstract, and figurative works of art in multiple mass mediums.

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts
Provides a space for alternative, visual, and performing arts; supports art audiences and artists, as well as the entire community.


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