Key Milwaukee

February 2018

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

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Page 12 of 51 13 Jews, Blacks and the Stuggle for Civil Rights Explores the partnership between Jewish and African American leaders in confronting systematic racism through artifacts, archival materials and information from a national perspective.. Jewish Museum Milwaukee 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 The Art and Mechanics of Animation: The J.J. Sedelmaier Collection. Chronicles more than a century of the development and use of various devices and equipment key to the production of animated films from their beginning up to the 1990s. Grohmann Museum u Through April 29 Designing Paris: The Posters of Jules Chéret Colorful, inventive posters advertising Paris's many enter- tainment venues, products, department stores, and more in the late nineteenth century. Milwaukee Art Museum u Through June 3 Wisconsin Modernists: Rebels from Regionalism Cedarburg Art Museum u Feb. 3-April 8 2018 Wisconsin Artists Biennial Showcases the most compelling, engaging, inventive and unique art from a state rich in creative capital. 53 works by 46 artists. Opening party: Feb. 3, 2-5pm. Museum of Wisconsin Art u Feb. 3-April 1 S.V. Medaris: Strange Breeds: Evolution and Selective Breeding Explores the extremes of breeding through prints depicting farm dogs, hogs, and chickens. Museum of Wisconsin Art u Feb. 10 Meet and Make Artists set up mini studios in the atrium and create art including printmaking, painting, mixed media, fiber arts, and paper sculpture. Museum of Wisconsin Art u Feb. 10-May 28 Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed Uses authentic artifacts, multimedia and interactive hands- on activities to reveal this astonishing civilization. Museum Public Museum u Feb. 15-May 14 High Thread Count: Art Quilts by Pat Kroth Contemporary fiber artist Pat Kroth ex- plores transparencies and layers through a myriad of found objects. Museum of Wisconsin Art u Feb. 13, 6pm MIAD Creativity Series: Jaime Hayon International artist- designer Jaime Hayon gives a public presentation, "Form Follows Function, and Then What?" MIAD's 4th Floor Raw Space u Feb. 17-March 17 Katie Musolff and Andy Fletcher Married artists Katie Musolff and Andy Fletcher execute a type of rural portraiture of the world they inhabit - one on the micro and the other on the macro scale. Tory Folliard Gallery MISC u Feb. 2 & 5 The Price is Right Live Riverside Theater u Feb. 3 Andrea Gibson An American poet and activist from Calais, Maine The Back Room @ Colectivo u Feb. 11 Vice President Joe Biden: American Promise Tour Riverside Theater Stay current with @MilwaukeeKeyMag /key_milwaukee /MilwaukeeKeyMag 8 foot Chicken by S.V. Medaris, Museum of Wisconsin Art

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