Ex Fabula invited teens onstage to tell their “G.O.A.T.” stories at a coffee shop in Milwaukee’s Silver City neighborhood. Although the turnout was small, spirits were high as a few teens braved the stage to spin a yarn about their “Greatest of All Time” experiences.
Here’s an opportunity, and an excuse if you need one, to indulge in great local food and support black entrepreneurship. Beginning Sunday, April 14 BlankSpaceMke is launching its fourth annual Black Restaurant Week.
Art lovers from across the area came together last month to celebrate SWAN Day MKE 2019, an exhibition featuring more than 100 female artists from Milwaukee.
Pioneers of Mitchell Street’s breakdancing and hip-hop scene take over the Mitchell Street library as they tell stories and show off their moves (they still have them!).
Twenty excited MPS students were given band and orchestra instruments by the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music in what conservatory and MPS representatives hope will be the first of many community-driven initiatives.
Washington Park Neighbors works to create a summer concert series that reflects the demographics of the neighborhood.
Margaret Rozga uses her creativity as a poet as another vehicle to engage in social justice. As the state’s new poet laureate, she serves as a champion for Wisconsin writers and all those who read them.
A group of boys participating in the Saving Our Sons Movement visited the Milwaukee Art Museum to view an exhibit on San Quentin Prison and discuss what they learned from it.
Rozalia Hernandez-Singh, daughter of muralist Reynaldo Hernandez, is in the process of painting new murals at the COA Riverwest Center, including one featuring local sports figures.
As part of the “Gathering Art, Stories and Place” initiative, artist Erick Ledesma celebrated the end of his residency at the Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch, unveiled a permanent installation and passed the torch to the next artist-in-residence, Celeste Contreras.