The eighth year of Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore art contest drew 67 entries, a record number.
Rocketship Southside Community Prep students learned the importance of keeping the environment litter free.
Milwaukee Academy of Science and City on a Hill Youth Center students recently had the opportunity to learn about tree science by climbing trees and watching professional arborists work on them.
Students from local Milwaukee Public Schools were invited to tour the Milwaukee County Courthouse to learn what goes on day to day.
While the weather may not be cooperating yet, it’s officially spring in Milwaukee. To mark the passing of the season, this photo gallery takes a look back at the first quarter of 2017 in our neighborhoods.
The Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative celebrated Cesar E. Chavez Day on the first anniversary of the dedication of a statue commemorating his legacy.
A youth art gallery night hosted by the Milwaukee Christian Center Youth Development & Violence Free Zones showcased artwork on the theme of “light up the darkness.”
A.W.E.’s 5×3 Artist-in-Residence program allows young people to experience the process of creating public art, working with professional artists.
The Black Men Achieve awards on Feb. 23 honored 20 African-American men who have made positive contributions to the city.
A group exhibition of paintings and photographs by African-American artists depicts historic Milwaukee figures on wood from the city’s ash trees.