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Alexis Rockman’s Great Lakes Cycle, currently on view at the Haggerty Museum of Art, dispenses with any polite ambiguity on the way to his cautionary message about the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem. Read more

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Urban farming, the Great Lakes and Wisconsin art and its artists are all topics that fill the frames and set the sculptor’s wheel in motion with upcoming Milwaukee-area art exhibits. Read more

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As French historian and social theorist Michel Foucault wrote famously in Discipline and Punish, “Truth is a thing of this world: it is produced only by virtue of multiple forms of constraint.” Read more

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Opening this week: Dia de los Muertos Ofrendas Group Exhibition at the Latino Arts Gallery, Dawnland at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center and a community symposium on how arts and educational programming Read more

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Through Aug. 4, the Alice Wilds presents Kyle Seis’ “The Surface of a Stone is Always in Motion,” an exhibition of digitally manipulated photographs that explore optics and visual psychology. Read more

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Veteran artist Paul Yank’s exhibition “Process and Perspective” is on view at the Cedarburg Art Museum through Aug. 26. Meanwhile, Milwaukee has many exciting openings coming up, including several tied to July Gallery Night and Day, July 20-21. Read more

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It’s not a stretch to say that the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists has become something of a brass ring in Milwaukee’s visual art community. Read more

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Read this week’s Saving Our Democracy (covering March 22-28) to find out how to get socially and politically involved in and around Milwaukee. Read more

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Four shows now on view at the Haggerty Museum of Art address social upheaval and future prophecies. Read more

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Want to get involved in socio-political activism? Check out these activities that peacefully push back against discriminatory, reactionary or authoritarian actions and policies of the far right. Read more

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Three exhibitions opening at Marquette University’s Haggerty Museum of Art on Oct. 6 reaffirm the institution’s commitment to staging socially conscious, conversation-inducing exhibitions. Read more

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As the 21st century accelerates into the future art museums, whose traditional mission has been to preserve the past, obliged to keep abreast? And, if yes, how do they achieve this without diminishing their core objective? Read more

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The Nohl Fellowship exhibition at the Haggerty Museum of Art showcases recent work of artists who received this prestigious award in 2016. The exhibit focuses on identity and history. Read more

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Historic Milwaukee, Inc. offers walking tours of Downtown and various neighborhoods every day of the week. Read more

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“Middle Child: Photographs," an exhibition of self-portraits that finds Alex Orellana adopting hairstyles, clothes, postures and mannerisms that read either masculine or feminine, runs April 28-June 25 at the Chazen Museum of Art, 750 Un... Read more

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Every week, the Shepherd Express will serve as a clearinghouse for any and all activities in the greater Milwaukee area that peacefully push back against discriminatory, reactionary or authoritarian actions and policies of the Trump adminis... Read more

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The Kohler Art Center opens a yearlong exhibition series, “The Road Less Travelled," with a Feb. 25th reception; “What Was Always Yours and Never Lost: Indigenous Experimental Film" screens at the Haggerty Museum of Art on Feb. 23; an... Read more

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Among the art show highlights currently on display are three new exhibitions at Marquette University’s Haggerty Museum of Art that treat the themes of activism and intercultural dialogue: “We Can Make It: The Prints of Corita Kent,” “Loo... Read more

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