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Winter Arts Guide

Shepherd Express Winter Arts Guide 2023
53212 Presents

53212presents.org

5 Points Art Gallery

5ptsartgallery.com

  • “Tlacuilo” and “Eden Parq,” through Jan. 8
Acacia Theatre Company

acaciatheatre.com

  • “We Will Not Be Silent,” March 10 – 26
Alfons Gallery

alfonsgallery.org

Closed until further notice
The Alice Wilds

thealicewilds.com

  • “Tyanna J. Buie: IMPROVISATIONS,” through Jan. 28.
All In Productions

allin-mke.com

American Players Theatre (APT)

americanplayers.org

Aperi Animam

aperianimam.com

Arts @ Large

artsatlargeinc.org

Bach Chamber Choir

bachchoirmilwaukee.com

  • A Light Shines featuring Vivaldi's “Gloria,” with chamber orchestra, Jan. 8
Bel Canto Chorus

belcanto.org

Black Holocaust Museum

abhmuseum.org

Boerner Botanical Gardens

boernerbotanicalgardens.org

Bombshell Theatre Co.

bombshelltheatre.org

  • The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Jan. 6-15, Sunset Playhouse

    Robbyn Wilks plays brothel proprietor Mona Stangley in Bombshell’s production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. The late 1970s country musical makes its way to Sunset Playhouse’s Marla Eichmann Studio Theater in Elm Grove. The warm, small town Texas atmosphere of the beloved musical should have no trouble filling the intimate, little studio theater space in a production that features classy vintage ’70s costuming. (Russ Bickerstaff)

Boulevard Theatre

milwaukeeboulevardtheatre.com

Bronzeville Arts Ensemble

facebook.com/BronzevilleArtsEnsemble

Cabaret Milwaukee

facebook.com/cabmke

Carroll College Theatre

carroll.edu

Carroll Players

carrollplayers.weebly.com

  • The Thanksgiving Play, Feb. 24-25
Carthage College Theatre

carthage.edu/fine-arts

  • FML: How Carson McCullers Saved My Life, Feb.24-26, March 2-4
Catey Ott Dance Collective

cateyott.com

Cedarburg Art Museum

cedarburgartmuseum.org

  • “The American Scene through the Eyes of Gerrit V. Sinclair,” through Jan. 8, 2023

    Gerrit V. Sinclair (1880-1950) was a Milwaukee painter and art instructor associated with American Regionalism, a movement that applied the simplified lines of modernism to representations of everyday life—a truck rolling past red barns on a country road as twilight descends. Sinclair’s paintings were unusual among the Regionalists for being softly lit, endowing his scenes with atmosphere. (David Luhrssen)

  • “Judith Friebert: Pastel Pastures,” through Jan. 8, 2023
  • “Art of Charles Porteus,” Jan. 26-April 16
Cedarburg Cultural Center

cedarburgculturalcenter.org

  • Finally Friday: Off Brand, Jan. 6
  • Finally Friday: The Wanna Be’s, Feb. 3
  • “The Little Show: CCC’s Annual Juried Exhibit,” through February
Cedarburg Performing Arts Center

cedarburgpac.com

  • Six Appeal, Feb. 24
Chant Claire Chamber Choir

chantclaire.org

  • Requiem, music by Paula Foley Tillen, Jan. 29
Charles Allis Art Museum

charlesallis.org

  • “Connecting Galleries: Contemporary + Experimental,” through Jan. 29
The Constructivists

theconstructivists.org

Concord Chamber Orchestra

concordorchestra.org

  • “The Spice of Life,” Jan. 29, North Shore Congregational Church
Concordia University

cuw.edu

Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour

cedarburgartistsguild.com

DanceCircus

dancecircus.org

Danceworks Performance MKE

danceworksmke.org

  • Rusalka, Feb. 9-12
David Barnett Gallery

davidbarnettgallery.com

  • “Innovative Artists Portfolios,” through Jan. 14
Dead Man’s Carnival

facebook.com/Dead-Mans-Carnival

Early Music Now

earlymusicnow.org

  • Sequentia: “Charms, Riddles and Elegies of the Medieval Northlands”, Feb. 4
Ex Fabula

exfabula.org

Falls Patio Players

fallspatioplayers.com

  • On Golden Pond, Feb. 3-12
Festival City Symphony

festivalcitysymphony.org

  • Beethoven’s Debut: with Pianist Jeannie Yu, Jan. 28
First Stage

firststage.org

  • Carmella Full of Wishes, Jan. 20-Feb. 12
  • The Hobbit, Feb. 3-March 5, Milwaukee Youth Arts Center

    The engaging drama of Tolkien’s classic fantasy comes to life in a brisk 90-minute program as director Jeff Frank presents First Stage’s production of The Hobbit. The magic of Middle Earth fuses with the wonder of live theater. Frank has a talent for conjuring big adventure to small stage environments in one of the best children’s theatre programs in the country. (Russ Bickerstaff)

Florentine Opera

florentineopera.org

  • Covers, Co-curated by Immortal Girlfriend, Feb 9-10
Forte Theatre Company

fortetheatrecompany.org

  • The Music Man Jr., January 27-29
Frank Juarez Gallery

fjgmke.com

Frankly Music

franklymusic.org

Gallery 218

gallery218.com

GHS Dramatic Impact
  • Steel Magnolias, Feb. 3-5, Germantown Performing Arts Center

    Playwright Robert Harling’s 1989 story of close friendship gets an intriguing staging this winter with Steel Magnolias. An ensemble entirely consisting of very young actors play women dealing with a great many stresses set in a beauty parlor in Louisiana. The powerful immediacy of the drama is amplified with audiences seated directly onstage at the Germantown Performing Arts Center. (Russ Bickerstaff)

Greendale Community Theatre

greendaletheatre.org

  • Greendale Community Theatre’s 20 Year Reunion, Jan. 7
Grohmann Museum

msoe.edu/grohmann-museum

  • “A Time of Toil and Triumph: Selections from the Shogren-Meyer Collection of American Art,” through Feb. 26
Grove Gallery

gallerygrove.com

Haggerty Museum of Art

marquette.edu/haggerty-museum

  • “Tomas Saraceno: Entangled Air,” Jan. 20-May 21
Harley-Davidson Museum

harley-davidson.com

  • “Off-Road Harley-Davidson,” continuing
  • Building a Milwaukee Icon: HD’s Juneau Ave. Factory, continuing
  • Tsunami Motorcycle Display, continuing
H. F. Johnson Gallery of Art

carthage.edu/art-gallery

Hover Craft

hovercraftmke.com

Hyperlocal MKE

hyperlocalmke.com

Inspiration Studios Art Gallery

inspirationstudiosgallery.com

  • The Rogues Artists, “Zodiac,” February Voices Found Repertory, The Tempest, February 10-19
Irish Cultural and Heritage Center

ichc.net

Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts

jazzgallerycenterforarts.org

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

jewishmuseummilwaukee.org

  • “Jews in Space: Members of the Tribe in Orbit,” through Feb. 5, 2023

    From the lunar calendar that determines the dates of the holy days through … Spaceballs? The exhibition on Jews and the art, faith, science and entertainment of space will circle through the centuries for material in this traveling exhibit assembled by the Center for Jewish History & the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. (David Luhrssen)

John Michael Kohler Arts Center

jmkac.org/home.html

  • “Angela U. Drakeford: In bloom at the end of the world,” through April 16
KACM Theatrical Productions

kacmtheatrical.weebly.com

Kettle Moraine Symphony

kmsymphony.org

Ko-Thi Dance Company

ko-thi.org

  • Performance at Wisconsin Lutheran College, Feb. 3
Lake Arts Project

lakeartsproject.com

Latino Arts, Inc.

latinoartsinc.org

  • Tenth Annual Guitar Festival Concert, Feb. 4
  • “Between Yesterday and Where, The Magic of Macondo,” through Feb. 17
Lily Pad Gallery West

lilypadgallery.com

Lynden Sculpture Garden

lyndensculpturegarden.org

Marcus Performing Arts Center

marcuscenter.org

  • My Fair Lady, Jan 3-8

    Most of us think of Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle, the lower-class Londoner molded into a lady by Prof. Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison). But the genesis of the screenplay circulated well before the 1964 film, starting with George Bernard Shaw’s stage play Pygmalion, the inspiration for the 1956 Lerner and Loewe musical My Fair Lady. Milwaukeeans will have a chance to catch the popular Broadway revival. (David Luhrssen)

  • Champions Of Magic, Jan 13-14
  • 39th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration, Jan 16
  • Step Afrika!, Jan 19
  • Carmela Full Of Wishes, Jan 20-Feb 12
MARN Art + Culture Hub

marnarts.org

  • “The Further We Reach, The Closer We See,” through Jan. 22

    Exhibit features work by 30 visual artists in many media from Southeast Wisconsin responding to the challenge of visualizing “a greater understanding of our lived reality, memory, human history and environment by indexing the past, present and future.” (Frank Grey)

Marquette University Theatre

marquette.edu/communication/theatre-arts.php

Master Singers of Milwaukee

mastersingersofmilwaukee.org

  • “Take My Hand,” Feb. 26, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church
Material Studios + Gallery

materialstudiosandgallery.com

Memories Dinner Theatre

memoriesballroom.com

Menomonee Falls Symphony

www.mfso.net

Milwaukee Art Museum

mam.org

  • “James Benning and Sharon Lockhart: Over Time, Chapter II,” through Jan. 1
  • “On Repeat: Serial Photography,” through Jan. 1
  • “David Claerbout: The Close,” through Jan. 8
  • “After Ashcan: The 14th Street School,” through March 26, 2023
  • “Playing Favorites: Spotlight on the Petullo Collection,” through April 2, 2023
  • “A Very Strong Likeness of Her: Portraiture and Identity in the British Colonial World,” through April 9, 2023
  • “The Ashcan School and the Eight: Creating a National Art,” through Feb. 19, 2023

    The Milwaukee Art Museum’s “The Ashcan School and The Eight: Creating a National Art” allows us to see America in the early 20th century, a time of great cultural upheaval, a nation shapeshifting in its peculiar genius—troubled, compulsively creative, proud, and quotidian. It was also struggling through World War I. Yet immigrants poured in, adding diversity, labor energy, and societal tension. Perhaps more than anything, modernism’s post-industrial revolution had shackled and inspired America. (Kevin Lynch)

Milwaukee Ballet

milwaukeeballet.org

  • “Originals,” Feb. 9-12, Pabst Theatre

    Each choreographer for this season’s contemporary ballet showcase won first place in “Genesis,” the international choreographic competition created in 2005 by Michael Pink, who’s celebrating his 29th year as the Ballet’s artistic director. First place includes the opportunity to create a second world premiere with dancers the winner now knows; thus, the young socially conscious 2022 winner Price Suddarth can delve even deeper. Timothy O’Donnell, the 2009 winner and now decade-long, ever-surprising resident artist will stage his sixth company premiere; and 2007 winner Nelly van Bommel will restage her 2008 hit Gelem, Gelem, an emotional journey named for the Romani people’s “national anthem.” (John Schneider)

Milwaukee Chamber Theater

milwaukeechambertheatre.org

  • Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, Jan. 20-Feb.12
Milwaukee Children's Choir

milwaukeechildrenschoir.org

  • All Choir Concert featuring Milwaukee Youth Chorale, Lyric Chorale, Preparatory Choir & Introductory Choir, Feb. 25
Milwaukee Comedy

milwaukeecomedy.com

Milwaukee Festival Brass

mfbrass.org

Winter Concert, Feb. 25
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design

miad.edu

  • “Art Against the Odds: Wisconsin Prison Art Exhibition,” opens Jan. 19
Milwaukee Makers Market

milwaukeemakersmarket.com

Milwaukee Musaik

milwaukeemusaik.org

  • “It’s About Time!” Feb. 7, Wisconsin Conservatory of Music
Milwaukee Opera Theatre

milwaukeeoperatheatre.org

  • Requiem, Jan. 29, Plymouth Church
  • Rusalka, Feb. 9-12, Danceworks Studio Theatre

    The hour-long adaptation of the Dvorak opera features English dialogue and narration by Jason Powell with sung passages in Czech. “This is our seventh collaboration with Danceworks in which dance and opera will be woven together throughout,” says MOT’s artistic director Jill Anna Ponasik. “Our ‘orchestra’ will be piano and harp, and the piece will be performed in the intimate Danceworks studio, with the audience inches from the performers.” (David Luhrssen)

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

milwaukeerep.com

  • Beehive: the 60s Musical, through Jan. 15, Stackner Cabaret

    Beehive is a trip of a trip down memory lane for those old enough to remember The Mashed Potato (dance move) and “I Sold My Heart to the Junkman” (not literally, just a song title). Call it familiar, nostalgic, even “comfort food for the ears.” But how sweet it is to be reminded of moments in time hearing these classic tunes. (Harry Cherkinian)

  • Much Ado About Nothing, Jan. 10-Feb. 12, Quadracci Powerhouse

    Shakespeare’s best plays have often been transposed to settings unimaginable in his lifetime. The Rep’s Associate Artistic Director Laura Braza sets Shakespeare’s romantic comedy Much Ado About Nothing in the 1990s—an era many of us have begun to look back on with wistful nostalgia. Beatrice and Benedick, Hero and Claudio are bound to entertain in whatever period costumes they may wear. (David Luhrssen)

  • “Dino! An Evening with Dean Martin,” Jan. 20-March 19; Stackner Cabaret
  • The Heart Sellers, Feb. 7-March 19, Stiemke Studio
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

mso.org

  • Ghostbusters, film with orchestra, Jan. 1
  • “Water Festival,” Jan. 20-Feb. 4, Bradley Symphony Center

    Milwaukee is a city built on water, so why not a Water Festival from the city’s symphony orchestra? The three-week program begins with the percussive Water Concerto by contemporary composer Tan Dunn along with Smetana’s The Moldau, Adolphus Hailstork’s American Port of Call and Benjamin Britten’s Four Sea Interludes (Jan. 20-21). The music is varied but the common theme is apparent. The following weeks bring “Neptune & Water” (Jan. 27-29) featuring Rameau, Vivaldi and (you guessed it) Handel’s Water Music; and the time-traveling, globe-spinning “Toward the Sea” (Feb. 3-4) with Mendelssohn, Takemitsu, David Ludwig, Helene Grime and—of course—Debussy’s Le mer. (David Luhrssen)

  • Salon Series With Matthew Ernst And MSO Brass, Feb. 2
Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra

myso.org

Milwaukee Youth Theatre

milwaukeeyouththeatre.org

  • Rhythmic Revolution, Jan. 2
  • Prelude Wind Ensemble Winter Concert, Feb. 2
Morning Star Productions

morningstarproductions.org

  • The Resurrection of Father Brown, Feb.-March
Museum of Wisconsin Art

wisconsinart.org

MOWA | DTN (Saint Kate-The Arts Hotel)
  • “Strange Lands: The Works of Sky Hopinka, Chris Cornelius, and Tom Antell,” through Jan. 8, 2023

    The exhibition showcases work by three Indigenous Americans. “I was drawn to the ambiguity of these artists’ work—these artworks offer a tangential experience, grounded as much in a realm of dream as the history of the known world,” said the exhibit’s guest curator Rafael Francisco Salas. (Frank Grey)

MOWA on the Lake (St. John’s on the Lake)
Next Act Theatre

nextact.org

  • There Is a Happiness That Morning Is, Feb. 23-March 18

    Mickle Maher’s There Is a Happiness That Morning Is resides in romance and balance. Talented director Mary MacDonald Kerr brings a comedy in rhyming verse to Next Act Theatre. The magnetic Cassandra Bissell is Ellen: a college lecturer delivering a presentation that is preceded by a similar lecture by Neil Brookshire in the role of Bernard. Ellen and Bernard have had relations beyond the classroom which they explain in rhyme. (Russ Bickerstaff)

Nō Studios

nostudios.com

North Shore Academy of the Arts

facebook.com/northshoreacademyofthearts

  • “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” Jan. 3-27
Northern Sky Theater

northernskytheater.com

Oconomowoc Arts Center

oasd.k12.wi.us

  • “The Hunker-up with Michael Perry,” Jan. 6-7
  • Jason Gillette and The Showtime Big Band, Jan. 14
  • Girls’ Weekend, Jan. 26-28
  • Disney’s Newsies Jr., Feb. 9-11
  • Disney’s The New Little Mermaid Jr., Feb. 23-25
Oil Gallery Milwaukee

oilmilwaukee.com

Optimist Theatre

optimisttheatre.org

Outskirts Theatre

facebook.com/outskirtstheatre

  • Heathers The Musical, Jan. 6-8, Jan. 13-14, Waukesha Civic Theatre
Over Our Head Players

overourheadplayers.org

  • “Snowdance: 10 Minute Comedy Competition,” Jan.27-Feb.26
Peninsula Players

peninsulaplayers.com

PianoArts

pianoarts.org

Portrait Society Gallery

portraitsocietygallery.com

  • “Butterfly Queens: Rosemary Ollison and Della Wells,” through Jan. 12
Present Music

presentmusic.org

  • “Future Folk Machine” Feb. 17-18, Jan Serr Studio

    “This is a direct reference to the inscription on Pete Seeger's banjo,” says Present Music’s Co-Artistic Director Eric Segnitz. Because of cancellations, PM’s originally scheduled February concert was replaced by a different program featuring diverse composers including Gyorgy Ligeti, Morris Kliphuis & Lucky Fonz III. Segnitz describes Unsuk Chin’s “Gougalon” as “a childhood recollection of scenes from a street theatre in her native South Korea. An ‘imaginary folk music’ of grinning fortune-tellers, fake magicians and snake-oil salesmen, it blends the grotesque with an Asiatic sound world.” (David Luhrssen)

Quasimondo Physical Theatre

quasimondo.org

  • Giraffe on Fire: Director's Cut, streaming, Feb. 4-27
Racine Art Museum

ramart.org

  • “Collection Focus: Randall Darwall,” through Jan. 7
  • “Quiet Elegance: The Jewelry of Eleanor Moty,” through Jan. 28
  • “Ram Showcase: Russel T. Gordon and James Tanner,” through Feb. 11
  • “David R. Harper: Zodiac,” through Feb. 11
  • “Dynamic Duos: Collaborative Glass Artists,” through Feb. 11
  • “RAM Showcase: Focus on Glass,” through May 27
  • “On Fire: Surveying Women in Glass,” through July
Racine Symphony Orchestra

racinesymphony.org

Musical Flights, Feb. 10
Racine Theatre Guild

racinetheatre.org

  • Perfect Wedding, Jan. 13-29
  • The Tin Woman, Feb. 24-March 12
Real Tinsel Gallery

realtinsel.com

  • 1013-1015 W. Historic Mitchell St.
Renaissance Theaterworks

r-t-w.com

  • Cost Of Living, Jan. 20-Feb. 12
Sacra Nova Chorale

sacranovacathedrale.com

Saint Kate - The Arts Hotel

saintkatearts.com

Seat of Our Pants Reader Theatre

mkereaderstheatre.com

Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts

wilson-center.com

  • Katie Dahl, Jan. 20
  • Ana Vidovic, Feb. 11
  • Elmbrook 3-Minute Film Festival, Feb. 12
  • Michael Shynes, Feb. 17
  • Anthony Nunziata, Feb. 22
Sheboygan Theater Company

stcshows.org

  • Brighton Beach Memoirs, Feb. 17-25
Skylight Music Theatre

skylightmusictheatre.org

  • Evita, Feb. 3-19 Some critics snickered when Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice released Evita as a rock opera in 1976. But after it migrated to London’s West End by 1978, Evita began its ascent into the popular musical pantheon, complete with seven Tony awards and a film version starring Madonna and Antonio Banderas. The Milwaukee show will be directed and choreographed by Gustavo Zajac with Rána Roman as Eva Perón and Andrew Varela as Juan Perón. (David Luhrssen)
South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center

southmilwaukeepac.org

  • “The World of Musicals,” Feb. 2
Sunset Playhouse

sunsetplayhouse.com

  • The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Jan. 6-15. Bombshell Theatre Love, Sex, And the I.R.S., Jan. 19-Feb. 5 “Broadway’s Best: Schwartz & Sondheim,” Jan. 23-24 “Best of Bacharach,” Feb. 9-12 Mostly Monsterly, Feb. 22-25
Sunstone Studios

sunstonestudios.mke

  • Gidion's Knot, Jan. 13-28
Theatre Gigante

theatregigante.org

Theatrical Tendencies

theatricaltendencies.com

Third Avenue Playhouse, Sturgeon Bay

thirdavenueplayworks.org

Thrasher Opera House, Green Lake

thrasheroperahouse.com

  • Charlie Parr, Jan. 6
  • Missoula Children’s Theatre, The Frog Prince, Jan. 21
Tory Folliard Gallery

toryfolliard.com

UW-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts

uwm.edu/arts/events

  • “Winterdances,” Feb. 2-5, Mainstage Theatre
  • “Fiber//Form 2023,” Feb. 3-17, Kenilworth Square East
  • Jazz Ensemble, Feb. 9, Jan Serr Studio
  • Miscast, Feb. 11, Music Recital Hall
  • Elena Abend and Melinda Lee Masur, Music Recital Hall, Feb. 16, Music Recital Hall
  • Wind Ensemble and Symphony Band, Feb. 17, Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts
UWM Union Art Gallery

agallery@studentinvolvement.uwm.edu

UW-Whitewater Crossman Gallery

uww.edu

UW-Whitewater Theatre

uww.edu

Var Gallery & Studios

vargallery.com

  • Noah Derksen, Jan. 21
  • Brennan Wedl, Jan. 26
  • Tom West, Jan. 28
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum

villaterrace.org

  • “Grounded,” through March 5
Village Playhouse

villageplayhouse.org

Voices Found Repertory

voicesfoundrep.com

  • The Tempest, Feb. 10-19
Walker's Point Center for the Arts

wpca-milwaukee.org

Warehouse Art Museum

thewarehousemke.org

  • “Rediscover Ruth Grothenrath: All Things Belong to this Earth,” opens Jan. 13
Water Street Dance Milwaukee

waterstreetdancemke.com

  • Fragmented, Jan. 20-29
Waukesha Civic Theatre

waukeshacivictheatre.org

  • Heathers the Musical, Jan. 6-15
  • Always a Bridesmaid, Feb. 3-19
West Allis Players

westallisplayers.org

West Bend Theatre Company

westbendtheatreco.com

West Performing Arts Center

nbexcellence.org/community/westpac.cfm

Wild Space Dance Company

wildspacedance.org

Windfall Theatre

windfalltheatre.com

Wisconsin Center

wisconsincenter.com

  • “Beyond Monet,” through Jan. 8

    The immersive art experience is a breathtaking testament to the work of Impressionist artist Claude Monet. Complete with 400 of Monet’s works and accompanied by an original score, “Beyond Monet” is a tribute to the struggles, depths, life and work of an artist who deeply believed in the message of his art. (Elizabeth Lintonen)

Wisconsin Craft

wisconsincraft.org

Wisconsin Lutheran College Center for Arts and Performance

wlc.edu

  • WLC Jazz Festival Concert, Jan. 21
  • Ko-Thi Dance Company, Feb. 3
  • Piano Celebrations Series, Feb. 11
  • WLC Theater, Eleven Stations of Shakespeare, Feb. 16-19
  • Philomusica String Quartet, Feb. 20
Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Art

wiquiltmuseum.com

  • “Fifth Fiber Arts Biennial: Hide + Seek,” through January
  • “Winter Quilts Show: Hearts All Around,” Feb. 11
Wisconsin Philharmonic

wisphil.org

  • “Carnival of the Animals,” Jan. 22
Woodland Pattern Book Center

woodlandpattern.org

Wustum Museum of Fine Arts

ramart.org

  • “Focus on Glass,” through May 2023

    The exhibition is a celebration of four unique glass artists from diverse backgrounds: Jose Chardiet, Brett Kee Young, Acquaetta Williams and Etsuko Nishi. According to museum organizer Lena Vigna, the exhibit aims to not only “reflect the variety of artists making contemporary work” but also display the “different components of working with the material and how artists appreciate it.” (Jenny Maurer)

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