Key Milwaukee

January 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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14 and twentieth centuries, through 150 works from Impressionism and Cubism. This exhibition focuses especially on drawings, shown alongside important paintings, sculptures, and prints. Milwaukee Art Museum u Through Jan. 28 Back to School Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum u Through Feb. 18 Small Works by Sculptors in the Bradley Family Foundation Collection As winter closes in, the gallery fills with smaller works by the artists whose sculptures punctuate Lynden's landscape. Lynden Sculpture Garden u Through Feb. 16 Here We Make Our Home Area schools decorate bird houses as a metaphorical visual element. Latino Arts u Through March 3 Chair5: Perspectives on Form, Function and Innovation An interactive and experimental furniture exhibition. MIAD u Through March 11 Third Biennale: Keeping Warm A playful look at the way we deal with the winter months - in practical and whimsical fashion. Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts u Through March 25 Jaime Hayon: Technicolor Colorful and whimsical figures emerge from the depths of Hayon's imagination and, in some cases, his dreams, becoming sculptures, ceramics, textiles, and playground equipment. Milwaukee Art Museum u Through April 22 The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip From the 1950s to today. Milwaukee Art Museum, Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Art u Through April 29 Designing Paris: The Posters of Jules Chéret Colorful, inventive posters advertising Paris's many entertainment venues, products, department stores, and more in the late nineteenth century. Milwaukee Art Museum u Jan. 6-Feb. 10 Richard Taylor - My Farm Aluminum sculptures that reflect the artist's appreciation for the geometry and poetry of the agricultural landscape. Rodger Bechtold - As I See It Exuberant color and painterly brushstrokes fill the canvases of Midwest landscape painter. Tory Folliard Gallery u Jan. 12-March 3 Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition 12 artists' work encour- ages viewers to see things from another perspective and at- tempts to engage their empathy. MIAD u Jan. 19-March 25 Allied in the Fight: Jews, blacks and the Stuggle for Civil Rights Jewish Museum Milwaukee u Jan. 19-April 29 The Art and Mechanics of Animation: The J.J. Sedelmaier Collection. Grohmann Museum u Jan. 19-20 Gallery Night & Day The 30-year-old Gallery Night and Day is held four times a year. This world-class event consistently features 50 venues to explore throughout the downtown Milwaukee area. 5-9pm Fri., 10am- 4pm Sat. Third Ward & Downtown u Jan. 19 DaVinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience A non-stop, multi- media event featuring movies, videos, 3-D animations, and images of DaVinci's and Michelangelo's inventions, machines and art. Pabst Theater THEATER u Through Jan. 7 Scrooge in Rouge A troupe of 23 players is about to embark on a musical adaptation g HAPPENINGS Black Pearl Sings! Murder for Two

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