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War Memorial Center

Fri & Sat: 8AM-8PM
750 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive • 414.982-6630

Lest We Forget | Lest We Forget – Remembering Wisconsin’s POW/MIA, will be in Freedom Gallery with informative static and interactive displays about the stories and experience of our brave service men and women held as prisoners of war. Unbroken – Life as a Prisoner of War is a prison cell experience where visitors will peer into the prison door to view a POW cell from the infamous “Hanoi Hilton.” This enclosed structure will include a touchscreen monitor describing the POW experience. Another interactive experience will teach visitors about the “tap code” prisoners used to communicate with fellow prisoners. A “Dog-Tag Chandelier” with 5, 298 dog-tags representing Wisconsin’s Prisoner of War Veterans will be featured in Veterans Gallery. It’s a powerful new exhibit that will focus on the Wisconsin service members still listed as MIA.

David Barnett Gallery

Fri: 5-9PM, Sat: 11AM-5PM
1024 E. State St.


Lyrical Visions: The Work of Marc Chagall | The David Barnett Gallery presents over 30 original lithographs and posters by the artist known for his synthesis of influences, including Cubism and Fauvism, Russian folk art and Jewish tradition. Chagall achieved a personalized expressive aesthetic through symbols and fantasy. Art historian James Sweeney has written that Chagall’s contribution to art is the “reawakening of a poetry of representation, avoiding factual illustration on the one hand, and non-figurative abstractions on the other.” The exhibition will explore the artist’s moving works of reverie, visionary joy, and despair particularly through his illustrations of the Bible.

Learn more about the exhibition: davidbarnettgallery.com/more-about-marc-chagall

Grohmann Museum

Sat: 12-6PM
1000 N. Broadway • 414.277.2300

Crossing the DMZ: A Contemporary Look at Working Women – Photographs by Dennis Darmek | Open Gallery Day only! Do not miss your opportunity to view this special exhibition before it closes. Photographer Dennis Darmek provides patrons with a compelling exhibition of working women in Southeast Asia, both in traditional jobs and modern industries.

Please note: Closed Friday

James May Gallery

Fri: 5-8PM, Sat: 10:30AM-5:30PM
2201 N. Farwell Ave.

Reverence + Ritual + Recovery | JMG is please to present: Reverence + Ritual + Recovery – a group exhibition featuring new paintings by Ida Floreak (New Orleans), Matteo Neivert (OR) and new ceramic sculptures by Daniel Clauson (CA).

Saint John’s on the Lake

Fri: 5-8PM, Sat: 10AM-4PM
1800 N. Prospect Ave. 

Exquisite Paper Cut Outs by Xiaohong Zhang | Xiaohong Zhang was born in Hubei, China, and is a professor in the Department of Art and Design at UW-Whitewater. Zhang’s creative focus has been on “traversing medium and re-appropriating motifs in contemporary art” with continuous investigation of traditional Chinese painting art form through the concept of contemporary western digital art setting.

Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel

Fri: 5-9PM
139 E. Kilbourn Ave. 

Papercraft Puppet Party | Join us for Summer Gallery Night and experience Saint Kate Artist in Residence Anwar Floyd-Pruitt. Guests are invited to interact with the artist and participate in the community-based nature of his vibrant multidisciplinary practice. Create a colorful, collaged papercraft puppet and perform it for your friends in the Artist in Residence studio. While you’re here, grab a cocktail inspired by the hotel’s permanent art collection and visit our galleries to experience new exhibitions and join in a conversation with Saint Kate Curator in Residence Shane McAdams.

The Pfister Hotel

Fri: 5-9PM
424 E. Wisconsin Avenue

Learning Together | For over 130 years, The Pfister Hotel has been an icon of prestige and timeless excellence bringing history, exceptional hospitality, and a celebration of art to locals and visitors alike through our extensive Victorian art collection and esteemed Artist in Residence program. Join us for Summer Gallery Night to experience current Artist in Residence, and local fiber artist, Heidi Parkes’ intricate works on view in her studio. While Heidi is teaching abroad, visitors will have the unique opportunity to meet with her students. Observe and sew alongside several makers who have learned from Heidi, including Amanda Nadig, Takako Willden, Shawna Doering, Vanessa Freund-Baden and Kelly Morrissey.

The Village Church

Fri: 5-9 pm, Sat: 1-3 pm
130 E. Juneau Ave.

Keeping my humanity, art works by David Ingvoldstad | Art can help maintain humanity when the forces within our culture — technological, interpersonal (social), political and economical — become dehumanizing. Ingvoldstad’s art can be seen as biographical expressions attempting to contend with, and a resource for contemplating our human condition in the context of, these forces.

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