Music, dance and visual arts were all part of recent annual block party at the Wherehouse on the South Side.
Above the Clouds, a local arts education program, is expanding its curriculum to Journey House on the South Side. The program will have access to much-needed classroom space and a more diverse group of students thanks to the new partnership.
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.
Painters, dancers, musicians and sculptors bring professional artwork to local parks through a free summer arts program offered by Artists Working in Education for youth sixth grade and above.
Arts @ Large works with public schools to provide an arts education for all students by empowering teachers and putting them in contact with artists. The organization recently won a national award for its work.
Students from Westside Academy II marched alongside community members in a peace rally that concluded with the dedication of a memorial garden for victims of violence.
Spaces and Traces 2012 offered community members an opportunity to tour 13 locations in Milwaukee’s historic Concordia neighborhood. Two prominent historic locations were featured for the first time ever.
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.
Students from Milwaukee High School of the Arts portray what it’s like to suffer from a mental illness in “Pieces: In My Own Voice,” performed recently at South Division High School.