Key Milwaukee

May 2018

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

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 15 of 71

16 u May 4-June 3 First Stage: Judy Moody and Stink: The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt The Moody family drops anchor on "Ar- tichoke" Island and meets Cap'n Weevil with a secret trea- sure map, launching them on a mad dash across the island in search of gold. Todd Wehr Theater, Marcus Center u May 5 Chai Latte Lotion Bar Workshop Turn your favorite tea into a lotion bar. Discovery World u May 5 Time to Shell-ebrate! Learn about the turtles that live in freshwater habitats in Wisconsin. Discovery World u May 8 Disney Junior Dance Party On Tour! Riverside Theater u May 9-12 Animal Tales: Aesop's Fables Sunset Playhouse, Elm Grove u May 12 Bugs! Bugs! Bugs! Creeping, crawling, flying, and fantastic. Join Tony "The Bug Whisperer" and his Creepy-Crawly Zoo. Discovery World u May 16 Festival City Symphony Spring Pajama Jamboree Bradley Pavilion Marcus Center u May 19 & 20 Party for the Planet Interactive and eco-friendly activities. Milwaukee County Zoo u May 20, 1-2pm Family Yoga in the Gardens Boerner Botanical Gardens u May 26- Sept. 3 Dinosaurs! A Jurassic Journey Life-size dinosaur replicas are set in the Jurassic period. Learn about the fascinating world of dinosaurs. Milwaukee County Zoo F O R K I D S g HAPPENINGS u Through May 18 American Women Rebuilding France 1917-1924 An exhibition of photographs from the Anne Morgan archives at the Franco-American Museum, Château de Blérancourt, Picardy, France. Alliance Française u Through May 20 Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England Explore this pivotal moment in the career of America's most important nineteenth- century painter, when he traveled to England to observe and capture life along the waterfront, changing the course of the rest of his career. Milwaukee Art Museum u Through May 20 Resistance, Protest, Resilience Over 40 photographs from the Minneapolis Institute of Art present images of resistance, protest, and resilience from twentieth-century movements that triggered important social and political changes. Haggerty Museum of Art u Through May 26 Skully Gustafson: Outdoor Wig Store One of Wisconsin's foremost young painters to watch. Dominic Chambers: In Light our Bodies Shift Large scale paintings that refer- ence African-Ameri- can history, literature, and relationship to the black body. Portrait Society Gallery u Through May 26 Chris Berti Sculp- tures made from found ceramic drain- age tiles, Ron Isaacs Contemporary tromp l'oeil. Tory Folliard Gallery u Through May 27 Katheryn Corbin: Migrant A series of nearly- life-sized figurative ceramic sculptures that respond to the climate: physical, cultural and political. Also sawdust-fired vessels. Lynden Sculpture Garden u Through May 28 Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed The largest exhibition about the ancient Maya ever to be dis- played in the United States. A combination of hundreds of authen- tic artifacts, immersive environments, multi- media, and hands-on activities. Museum Public Museum u Through June 3 Wisconsin Modernists: Rebels from Regionalism Cedarburg Art Museum

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Key Milwaukee - May 2018