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Arts @ Large

Fri: 5-9PM
1100 S. 5th Street | 414.763.7379

La Familia de Arte, Spring Artists in Residence 

Join us as we celebrate the beginning of La Familia de Arte’s spring residency, Breath Exchange. As a grassroots organization dedicated to creating meaningful change in the Milwaukee area through collaborative, community-based projects and public artwork for all, La Familia de Arte is made up of 25 artists from the near north and south side. Their residency is about encouraging us to imagine and create spaces for breath, presenting us with questions such as: Where are the islands for breath in our city? Where are they needed most? How do we come together to create those spaces?

Cival Collective

Fri. 5 – 9pm | Sat. 11am – 6pm
911 W. National Ave.

Driftwood Mobiles

Mobiles (sculpture) explore gravity, balance, spatial relationship and motion. View this collection of mobiles made with driftwood and debris from Lake Michigan in person at Cival Collective’s event space with light snacks and refreshments. Decide what balance they strike for you.

Eagleknit Building

Fri: 5-11PM, Sat: 10 am-2 pm
507 S. 2nd St. | 414.758.6538

Create for the Cure Art Auction and MORE! 

Don’t miss the Create for the Cure Auction, a vibrant collection featuring fantastic artwork by 70+ local artists. ALL proceeds support local breast cancer patients and fuel vital research! Join the fun at Friday’s Opening Celebration and After-Party. Grab a photo with Once-Upon-A-Figgy as you arrive, enjoy craft cocktails by Agency, pose for a portrait with photographer Lael Primrose, try fun hands-on art activities, sample chocolates, gobble snacks, enjoy live music & a late night DJ, take in live painting, and enjoy great views from the rooftop patio. Special thanks to the Eagleknit building, Mark Leitner and Facilitator of Joy.

View the auction here: komen.org/MKEartauction

Create for the Cure Auction Artists:

Abbey Finn

Alan Thompson-Wallace

Allie Fritsch

Ann Baer

Ann Brophy

April Larson

Autumn Lundberg

Carly Ripp

Carol Glaser

Carolyn Larkin

Carolyn Simpson

Carolyn Snow

Catherine Kueht – Stewart

Cheri Savatski Allen

Colette Odya Smith

Dan Kirchen

Desiree Fonseca

Diane Yokes

Emily Hollow

Erico Ortiz

Erika Sjoblom

Frank Korb

Fred Bell

Heather Keenan

Holly Harnischfeger

James Steeno

Janet MacIver

Jason Fricke

Jay Arpin

Jeanne Brill

Jen Arpin

Jen Francis

Jes Seamans

Joeann Genetti

Julie Schilf

Kathleen Leahy Pulz

Kelly Ripp

Ken Swanson

Kim Wallander

Kimberly Burnett

Kristopher Pollard

Lael Primrose

Laura Barbieri

Lauren Marvell

Liina Keerd

Amanda Wiberg

Maria De La O Sanchez

Mary Ripp

Meg Strobel

Melissa Flynn

Michael Burmesch

Mike Brophy

Mike Sponholz

Natalie Sorrentino

Patty Peterson

Patty Ripp

Sarah Hanson

Sarah Hunt Frank

Sarah Luther


Shay Armstrong

Stephanie Krellwitz

Susan Dakins

Susan Hale

Thomas Buchs

Todd Dakins

Tom Queoff

Troy Lucas

Vicki Marosco

Vicki Strobel


Grove Gallery

Fri. 5-9PM | Sat. 12-5PM
832 S. 5th St.

Matthew Presutti – Negative Capability

Negative Capability is a collection of photographic works by printmaker and paper artist Matthew Presutti. In this series of handprinted photogravures, Presutti investigates the concepts of uncertainty and mystery through the darkened lens of a 4×5 camera at night. These long exposure images document the uncanny nature of time and the landscapes of our unknowable future.

Jane Jewelry and Jeans

Fri: 5-9PM, Sat: 10AM-4PM
2018 S. 1st St., #210 | 218.940.3722

Spring Gallery Night

Original, one-of-a-kind earrings made out of a combination of recycled leathers, fabrics, beads and wire. All of my pieces are lightweight. I also have a curated selection of upcycled women’s clothing.

The Alice Wilds

Fri: Reception 5-8 pm, Sat: Gallery Talk 1 pm
900 S. 5th St., #102 | 414.635.0887

Shane Walsh: Nights and Weekends

Presenting new work by Shane Walsh, Nights and Weekends highlights Walsh’s approach to painting as a form of collage. Walsh playfully dissects then reconstructs visual languages to arrive at a form of abstract painting that is both autobiographical and historically aware. His omnivorous appetite for visual culture results in a wide array of references, quotations, techniques and materials that ultimately fuse into Frankenstein-like compositions, melded but never seamless. This cut and paste ethos is a direct result of his involvement in various subcultures of the 1990s. 

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