Walker’s Point Center for the Arts is displaying work by local artists celebrating Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
Cyclists of all ages and skill levels gathered to have fun, learn and work toward a more active lifestyle and a more bike- and pedestrian- friendly neighborhood in Clarke Square at the recent “Cross the Domes” event in Mitchell Park.
Milwaukee Public School (MPS) budget cuts over the years have led to the elimination of many full-time art teacher positions. In response, MPS and local organizations created a program to fill the void, allowing thousands of Milwaukee youth to participate in innovative community-based programs.
Safe & Sound and residents of the 2000 block of North 41st Street celebrated the transformation of a vacant lot into a mini-football field and play area for neighborhood children.
Those who missed the giant puppets and other float decorations created for the Summer of Peace All-City People’s Parade will be able to see them at the Labor Day Parade on Sept. 3. The art objects were displayed at City Hall in August.
Youth, adults and community leaders marched from Sherman Park to Washington Park in Milwaukee Public Theatre’s All City Parade and then stayed for the 10th annual Summer of Peace Rally.
Music, dance and visual arts were all part of recent annual block party at the Wherehouse on the South Side.
The second annual “Hecho En Milwaukee” art showcase at Walker Square Park is a chance for the community to come see the flourishing women’s art scene for themselves.
The Milwaukee Museum Mile kickoff event offered free admission and tours at a cluster of five local museums.
Julian Haliga is working hard to reinvigorate competitive baseball within the city, especially on the south side. Judging by the success of his team, he’s succeeding.