Milwaukee Art Museum

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

Troye Fox

Choreographer Steven Koplowitz takes over two iconic Milwaukee locations to explore water through dance.

University of Wiscosnin-Milwaukee

The Peck School of the Arts at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee just established a new film archive and research fund for their nationally-known film department.

One of the great summer pastimes in America is to go cool off in the movie theater.  But is there anything good to see this year?

LEGO as an Educational Tool for Arts and Creativity

May 30, 2013
DePaul University

LEGO has been a part of childhood for many of us, but for some, it is also their career. Andrew Johnson is a LEGO Master Model Builder in Chicago.

Veterans' Voices No Longer Silent "After the Wars"

May 27, 2013
Paul Calhoun

Some veterans feel like they can't discuss their combat experiences, but a new art exhibit gives them voice.

Kate H. Jurgens

Dominican High School in Whitefish Bay might be a small Catholic school of about 300 students, but its theatrical undertakings would be daunting for many larger institutions.

Lynden Sculpture Garden

Yevgeniya Kaganovich is a jewelry maker and metalsmith who applies the techniques of her trade to other media.

Barbara Cook

Barbara Cook is perhaps best known for her Broadway roles: she was the original Marian the Librarian in The Music Man, Cunegonde in Candide, and Amalia in She Loves Me. And her cabaret and concert interpretations of Stephen Sondheim's songs have no peer. But now, nearing the age of 85, the legendary singer and Kennedy Center honoree has taken a far jazzier approach.

Gianofer Fields

During the course of a day, most of us use more than one tool to get what we need to get done…done. But what if you had to finish a normal day's work - with just one tool?

Michel Bayne

History is full of stories in which people are repressed – kept from expressing themselves freely.

Joost Nelissen/Flickr

We don’t often give a lot of thought to our clothes or where they come from.

Aaron's Hammer

May 3, 2012
Gianofer Fields

Technological advances have meant the tools of many trades are transient - evolving from year to year.

A Mighty Welder

Apr 19, 2012
William Howard/Pinterest

What does it take to spot the hidden life in an object many of us would view as junk?

Cathy Lybarger/Etsy

For ages, people have pondered what exactly constitutes art.