Now based in Brooklyn, the former Milwaukeean creates layered, painterly work that sticks in your mind.
This week holiday music abounds with performances from Bel Canto Chorus, Milwaukee Children’s Choir, and the Wisconsin Philharmonic Orchestra, while The Nutcracker makes its way to the Marcus Center.
There are a number of events this weekend where you can find original, locally-made creative gifts for all of the people on your Christmas list.
Reginald Baylor has become a top-selling artist and successful businessman.
The Milwaukee Art Museum presents the work of 19th century American painter Thomas Sully.
It’s not all about Christmas this week. The touring show, “The Rat Pack Is Back” revives the Sinatra and Dean Martin days, the “Mythbusters” gang comes to town to share the TV show’s secrets, and First Stage goes very un-nativity with its zombie-filled play, “Maul of the Dead.”
This week’s Art Date highlights exhibitions opening and closing with contemporary takes on traditional subjects such as portraits, landscapes, and beer.
This weekend’s art events include revelry in cars and crashes with the work of Dirk Skreber and Colin Matthes’ demolition derby.
Dia de los Muertos is celebrated around Milwaukee with annual art exhibitions, workshops and a parade with activities centered around Walker Square Park.
While the Milwaukee Children’s Choir, Wisconsin Philharmonic Orchestra and “Beyond Glory” honor our troops, Alverno Presents, Soulstice Theatre, Theater Red, Florentine Opera and others present compelling performances.