A photo exhibit of portraits representing all 28 of Milwaukee’s ZIP codes premiered at the Milwaukee Public Library downtown last weekend.
Marcela Garcia, executive director of Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, envisions the center as the intersection of art and social justice in the community.
Teens at the COA Goldin Center worked hard for more than three months to create a mural that represents their perceptions of the Amani neighborhood.
Terry Murphy, executive director of ArtWorks for Milwaukee, offers program that gives teens art-based internships within the city.
A group of professional women committed to creating change in Milwaukee initiated “The Walls of Strength,” a project in which community members can inscribe positive messages into clay stones.
After being actively involved in the Simba Lions soccer program, coaches Robert “Biko” Baker and Tyrone Gordon decided to start a league of their own to bring a convenient and cost-effective soccer program to the northwest side.
Tia Richardson is a prolific artist who has used her talents to create 13 murals throughout Milwaukee this year.
About 150 Milwaukee Public Schools students performed their poetry in front of celebrity judges at a recent poetry slam.
As founding president of Above the Clouds, Linda Wade inspires children from throughout the city to express themselves and follow their dreams through free dance, music and creative arts classes.
Sixteen female visual artists and poets in the From Here to Her artist collective partnered with women-led groups from Milwaukee and Madison to create art projects that will be given to the organizations.