AWE’s priority this summer is to get out to re-engage in cultivating community and interact with our prioritized neighborhoods, bringing positivity and encouragement. We look forward to slowly resuming our programming while making adjustments that make sense to us.
Envisioning a unique hub for creative expression and storytelling, Artists Working in Education, Inc. (AWE) in partnership with Milwaukee Public Library announced today a new mural installation in the lower level of the Mitchell Street Branch library.
As Artists Working in Education welcomes their 20th year of service to the Milwaukee community, we are pleased to announce nine additions to our board of directors.
AWE is excited to continue its work under the leadership of Jezamil Arroyo-Vega, who has been named Interim Executive Director.
Artists Working in Education Truck Studio program is hiring.
Artists Working in Education, (A.W.E.), along with public partners Milwaukee County Parks and Milwaukee Recreation, announce the start of A.W.E.’s Summer Truck Studio Program.
Save the Date for the Health Equity mural unveiling and celebration! Art as a Method of Health Advocacy Sunday, August 14 12:30 pm, in conjunction with Ciclovia MKE The Milwaukee Diabetes and Oral Health Gallery (1200 Cesar Chavez Dr) The Milwaukee Diabetes and Oral Health Art Gallery, Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative, youth from La Luz Del Mundo/Light of the […]
Share your creativity by participating in the Fall 2012 Vliet Street Business Association Youth Art & Coloring Contest October 1-31, 2012 held in conjunction with National Arts & Humanities Month. We know every day that the arts are celebrated throughout our neighborhood, but October is a special month to celebrate because it is the largest […]