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Kat Kneevers

Kat Kneevers is a Milwaukee-based writer, musician, and artist. During the several years she has been covering art, the scene has evolved in many ways and she looks forward to sharing her observations with you. You can hear Kat chat with Dori Zori on Arts Express every Wednesday at 8am on 88.9 Radio Milwaukee, and see special video interviews that accompany her selected articles on ShepherdExpress.com.

At Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, the exhibition “Native Voices” takes on these facets from the perspective of Native American artists using a variety of media and crafts. more

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Var West Gallery (423 W. Pierce St.), an offshoot of Var Gallery, currently displays Siara ReNae Berry’s “The To-Do List”: a tight musing on the rigor and repetition of daily household chores with a sophisticated air and intriguing perspective. more

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11 contemporary Latina artists in the current exhibition, “Expansive Threads,” on view at Latino Arts trhough June 9 explore the possibilities of fiber arts. more

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The Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear marks Women’s History Month (March) with “Celebrating the Role of Women in History,” a fascinating display of artifacts and information regarding influential women from Milwaukee and beyond. more

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Art*Bar’s current exhibition, “Art Candy,” includes work by Ari David Rosenthal, John Kowalczyk, Brandon Minga and Cassie Genc; while a sense of vivid color reigns, their styles vary in interesting forms. more

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MIAD’s “Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition” (through March 10) asks the viewer to consider how they may place themselves in another’s position. It is art that is very much about the viewer response to our common humanity and experience. more

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Jewish Museum Milwaukee is currently hosting important and informative exhibitions that take multicultural perspectives on the civil rights struggle and Milwaukee’s open housing protest marches. more

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Photo Credit: Myrica Von Haselberg

Paul Anthony Smith’s drawings at Green Gallery East (through Feb. 24) are like flat, solid walls, until you approach more closely. more

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Matthew Warren Lee’s exhibition, “To Whom Do We Owe Utopia?” at RedLine Milwaukee, brings together nature, science fiction, meticulous painting, plus ruminations on the abilities and failures of humankind more

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Photo credit: John R. Glembin (contact Milwaukee Art Museum for publication credit line)

Walking through the Milwaukee Art Museum’s exhibition “Jaime Hayon: Technicolor” brings us into a place where design, art and craft merge in an alternate world of whimsy. more

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Melissa Dorn Richards’ exhibition “Mopping Up” elevates an industrial object to something of depth and significance. Work is on view at the Frank Juarez Gallery through Feb. 17. more

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“Art + Tech” is about the work of 12 artists who fixate on methods and processes of creating art where the technologically influenced medium is integral to the message. more

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Charles Allis Art Museum’s “Clandestine Possessions & Family Time” offers some reflection on objects and activities from the private side of life. more

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“Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France” might sound like the title of a hefty art history textbook, but is actually a rather intimate exhibition at Milwaukee Art Museum through Jan. 28, 2018. more

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

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Villa Terrace’s “Back to School” offers a brief glimpse into a longer sense of evolution, an acknowledgement that the work and interests we have today are inevitably part of the path that creates our future. more

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Geared toward holiday shoppers, Art*Bar’s “Mini: Tiny Art at Tiny Prices” exhibition features small-scale artworks priced no higher than $100. Well-known artists including Fred Bell and Mike Kasun have works on display. more

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The new exhibition at Galerie Kenilworth encourages viewers to consider the world from different angles. more

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Through Nov. 25, the Tory Folliard Gallery displays Jason Rohlf’s abstract painting exhibition “Kismet,” and Jeremy Popelka’s sculpture exhibition “Gravity.” more

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Greymatter Gallery’s final show, “Bridge Work 03,” is a collaboration with the Plum Blossom Initiative and features the work of emerging artists transitioning from art school degree programs to the professional world. more

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