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Triangulation: Locating Creative Perspectives at Three Milwaukee High Schools

6801 N. Yates Road, Milwaukee, WI, 53217

The Northwestern Mutual Gallery in the Visual Art Department at Cardinal Stritch University is pleased to present Triangulation: Locating Creative Perspectives at Three Milwaukee Area High Schools, an exhibition of works of art and design created by some of the most talented student artists from three area schools: Ronald Reagan High School, Shorewood High School, and Homestead High School.
The exhibition represents the creative innovations of the students in these programs, as well as the unique perspectives and leadership of their teachers and mentors.

If two sides of the triangle are the students and their teachers, the third side, linking them, is Stritch itself: each of the art faculty at these schools are alumni of Stritch’s Master of Visual Studies program, and are returning to their place of learning to present work by their own students.

Triangulation opens to the public on Friday March 21 from 5-7pm
The show runs until April 20

Northwestern Mutual Gallery | Visual Art Department 
Cardinal Stritch University

Stein Center for Communications/Fine Arts
Cardinal Stritch University
6801 N Yates Rd
Milwaukee WI 53217

Gallery hours for January 21 - May 12
Monday - Saturday 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Closed Sunday

For information, contact Shana McCaw, Gallery Director

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