An innovative program at COA Goldin Center started last summer to teach teens gardening and entrepreneurship skills yielded camaraderie and cash for participants. This summer, it expanded to four additional locations.
Milwaukee high school students have collaborated with a local non-profit arts agency to design and present a museum-quality exhibition about the open housing marches of 1967-68.
The public art installation here, mothers are tells the story of eight women from the Dominican Center for Women, Inc.
NOVA High School students recently visited the Jewish Museum Milwaukee to learn how to lead guided tours. The students are creating an exhibit on the Milwaukee civil rights movement in collaboration with Arts@Large, a program that provides arts experiences for Milwaukee Public School students.
One hundred Milwaukee children received free bike helmets recently at an open house at COA Goldin Center, 2320 W. Burleigh St.
Free bike helmets will be given to the first 100 children at an open house at COA Goldin Center (2320 W. Burleigh St.) on April 30 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.