A@L hosts an artist talk back showcasing artwork done by students at Milwaukee High School of the Arts.
Arts @ Large is continuously hiring artist educators to fill residency needs throughout Milwaukee Public Schools.
In May of 2016, we embarked on our greatest adventure yet – the purchase and renovation of a historic 1890’s Patrick Cudahy building at the southernmost end of 5th Street – Creative Corridor in Walker’s Point.
The public is cordially invited to join Serve2Unite Global Mentor Dydine Umunyana for a celebratory book release at Arts @ Large!
Serve2Unite and The Pluralism Project at Harvard University will share Hofstra University’s 2016 Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize. Serve2Unite is a Milwaukee-based organization created by Pardeep Kaleka after his father and five others were killed in a shooting at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin in 2012. Under the direction of Arts @ Large, an […]
Join us for an important presentation as students respond to the recent influx of hate mail in the Walker’s Point area. For each targeted Latino business, students have created “letters of love” to show their support for immigrant-owned organizations. At a time of heightened international attention on the immigration crisis, this project was developed specifically […]
Our friends at Serve2Unite and the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin wish to share the following release: The Sikh Temple of Wisconsin is holding a candlelight vigil for the peace of the souls of those who died in the shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC on June 21, 2015. When: Sunday, June 21, […]
We are excited to announce that Arts @ Large has been nominated by the Jimmie Johnson Foundation for the Blue Bunny “Helmet of Hope” cash award of $25,000! The Blue Bunny Helmet of Hope program, which began in 2008, allows fans and consumers across the country to nominate their favorite non-profit organization that supports K-12 public […]
Arts @ Large and Serve 2 Unite joined forces on Friday, November 15, to kick off a program to bring arts experiences and peace projects to the students of Hampton Elementary School on Milwaukee’s North Side. The event featured a performance from local reggae group R.A.S. Movement, who had 150 elementary students grooving in their […]