Ferne Caulker, the founder of the Ko-Thi Dance Company, continues to make moves in the community.
With the release of “2020: The Vision,” Running Rebels Community Organization is stressing human connections during a time when our world has been rocked by a pandemic, protests and a nail-biter presidential election.
Villard Avenue, once a bustling commercial corridor, is showing signs of new life.
Learn about Visual Vibes on Villard and Artist Working in Education’s Silver City Artist-in-Residency with Sara Gail Luther, some of the projects featured in Virtual Doors Open 2020.
A year ago, Dr. Robert Davis became the president and CEO of America’s Black Holocaust Museum. Under his leadership the museum is revamping its digital space and making plans to reopen.
Milwaukee native Theo Rogers explores how COVID-19 is affecting the Black community in new documentary.
Don’t assume that African American and other artists of color are not making strides in their career because you don’t know about their work.
Lilo Allen of the Bronzeville Collective and Katie Avila Loughmiller of the LUNA Collective discuss what it’s like to be a creative in Milwaukee.
Tia Richardson worked for three years with community members in the Muskego Way neighborhood to create a mural spanning an entire building-side on West Forest Home Avenue.
Outbreak Wisconsin chronicles people’s journeys through the coronavirus crisis, exposes failing systems and explores solutions. Milwaukee County moved into “Phase 4” of its COVID-19 orders on July 1. That means businesses such as Adija Greer-Smith’s Confectionately Yours, housed inside the Sherman Phoenix, can now operate at 50% capacity. While some restaurants and shops offered curb-side options […]