Swing by Saint Kate to indulge in a drink at the Bar and explore the art on display! Experience our immersive installations during tours with the Curator, Samantha Timm, from 5-8pm beginning every hour on the hour on Friday, 7/22!
We invite guests to explore our 6 gallery spaces and Seed Collection on the first and second floors and enjoy live music in the lobby throughout the evening.
From an immersive video- and sound-based installation about memory by Joe Cimino to an intimate display of woven paper sculptures tending towards narrative by Julie VonDerVellen, there is much to discover. See you there!
For this exhibition, the David Barnett Gallery will bring together works by three twentieth-century masters: Marc Chagall, Claude Wesisbuch, and Saul Steinberg. Each of these artists approaches the figure with confidence, though with strikingly different sensibilities. Chagall, using bright color and exaggerated form to capture memory, fantasy and spirituality; Weisbuch, looking to the old masters with elegant line and a satirical eye; and Steinberg, capturing humorous and meditative tableaux of the post-war American psyche. Also on view will be new works to the gallery, including paintings Kevin Knopp, Brian Kuether, John Wilde, and Francesco Spicuzza.
An art event celebrating the freedom of inhibition and the joy of desire. Our collection is curated from artists who express areas of love and lust in many mediums and styles. Originals, prints and commissions available. Our gallery hosts a full bar. Must be 21+ to enter.
Our gallery offers beautiful local photography brought to you by Landform Images Gallery. All items are available for purchase.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Chicano/a and Latinx migrant farm workers and other community members organized to improve working and housing conditions, expand social services, challenge discrimination in hiring practices, advance bilingual programs, and gain greater access to higher education. Known as the Farm Workers Movement, it continues to be consequential to the Hispanic community and the nation at large today. The Grohmann Museum and Latino Arts Inc. are pleased to present this joint exhibit, featuring photographs, art, artifacts, and ephemera related to the movement. The exhibit features generous contributions by local leaders and organizations that were at the forefront of the movement.
Exhibition of diverse work from local Milwaukee Analog Photographers.
Join us for Gallery Night MKE in the Artist-in-Residence studio located on the first floor of The Pfister Hotel to enjoy light refreshments and PataKucha! Current Artist-in-Residence, Christopher T Wood will host PechaKucha style talks on the curious topic of Pataphysics. Brief slideshow lectures co-hosted by the newly formed Ethernity Bureau will shed light on the enigmatic “Science of Imaginary Solutions” and the illusory realm of Christopher’s powdered graphite drawings.