by Nathan Hall Local commix artist Tea Krulos recently participated in the Milwaukee Artist Resource Network (MARN) “Dossier Project,” an event focused on criticisms of the Patriot Act. Krulos was surprised to receive a call from one of the show’s curators, Peter Goldberg, telling him that his piece, “Weedapeeple,” was discovered torn to shreds near
Archive | March 2004
The UWM Union Art Gallery, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd., features a “Transport Milwaukee” display in UWM’s Union Concourse March 8-12. This installation is an artistic, educational, and historic look at the ways Milwaukeeans get around the city and will include artwork and displays from local and regional artists and businesses. It will be in the
Zoe Fashions and three area rock bands join forces March 13 at Onopa Brewery, 735 E. Center St., in a Second Harvest benefit. Beginning at 9 p.m., Zoe Fashions will present fashionable clothing and designs. Musical performances by The Bugs, 2 Tone Blonde, and Union Pulse will follow. A donation of $5 is requested, and
by Jeremy Berg The headliner, Mr. Freedom, is part satire that takes itself seriously and part black comedy that isn’t funny. Filmed in 1967-8 by William Klein, it follows the adventures of the titular superhero/government agent who works for Freedom, Inc. and wears a suit made out of red, white, and blue athletic apparel. Though
by Erin Slattery Just a short drive from Riverwest, through downtown and down Wisconsin Avenue, you’ll come across the Reedemer Lutheran Church at 19th and Wisconsin. And down in the basement you’ll find the home of The Coffee House.