Musical prodigy Pierre, who uses no last name, is jamming with his band at the first Milwaukee Black Arts Festival on Saturday, Feb 18.
Legendary Milwaukee artist Mary Davis and her band are among the featured artists at the inaugural Black Arts Festival, which runs today through Sunday.
The local nonprofit I Will Not Die Young, which works to combat youth violence, is using a $25,000 donation from San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to expand its writing workshops and offer “peace assemblies” for young people.
U.S. Cellular and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee sponsored an art contest commemorating Black History Month. Artwork is now on display and voting will run through February.
Popular Milwaukee DJ Tyrone Miller has re-opened his “Scratch Sessions” to help Milwaukee youths learn how to DJ.
A photo exhibit of portraits representing all 28 of Milwaukee’s ZIP codes premiered at the Milwaukee Public Library downtown last weekend.
Marcela Garcia, executive director of Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, envisions the center as the intersection of art and social justice in the community.
Teens at the COA Goldin Center worked hard for more than three months to create a mural that represents their perceptions of the Amani neighborhood.
Terry Murphy, executive director of ArtWorks for Milwaukee, offers program that gives teens art-based internships within the city.
A group of professional women committed to creating change in Milwaukee initiated “The Walls of Strength,” a project in which community members can inscribe positive messages into clay stones.