Art

Drumming Up Interest in a Sculpture Garden

Sep 6, 2013
Nicolas M. Perrault/Wikimedia Commons

Ninety-nine percussionists will be playing throughout the Lynden Sculpture Garden this weekend, combining the arts of sound and scene.

Former BoDean Scores Playwright's Life Story

Sep 5, 2013
Mitch Teich, Lake Effect

When playwright Doug Vincent needed music for his new one-man show, he turned to what he loved: the music of former BoDean Sam Llanas.

Chad Bauman

As it opens its 60th anniversary season, the Milwaukee Rep is in a good place.

Mitch Teich

If you’re more than 35 years old, and you grew up watching sports in Milwaukee, you probably have memories of an iconic basketball court at the MECCA arena - now the U.S. Cellular Arena.

Milwaukee Art Museum

The Milwaukee Art Museum’s latest exhibition, 30 Americans, opened last month to the public.

Paint By Nature: Capturing Door County's Beauty

Apr 28, 2013
Courtesy of Arnold Alaniz

Wisconsin has picturesque scenery - rolling hills and pastures, farmland, Lake Michigan, and the North Woods. So it makes sense that they'd be painted.

Art Show Reinvents the Bicycle Wheel

Apr 19, 2013
Gianofer Fields

Artists aim to create artwork that's both "beautiful and functional" from bicycle parts.

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This artist's canvass is his own body.

Jim Krueger

Illustrators get much of the credit for a successful comic book or graphic novel.  And certainly the visuals are what separate those works from a standard novel or short story.  But the story is the backbone of any novel, graphic or not.  And Jim Krueger is a master at coming up with those stories.

A Wisconsin master of glass work discusses the medium’s artistic appeal. Beth Lipman is an internationally renowned glass artist based in Sheboygan Falls, Wis. She spoke with Bonnie North. Lipman will be leading a Glass + Kiln Weekend Workshop this Saturday and Sunday at the John Michael Kohler Center in Sheboygan.

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