Archive | June 2004

REcycle… REpair… REclaim

In response to the Haggerty Museum of Art’s exhibition Agnes Denes: Projects for Public Spaces, students from Milwaukee Public Schools and Marquette University have created large-scale sculptures from discarded materials. The student artists worked cooperatively, each school producing one sculpture. The purpose of the project was for students to learn about and call attention to […]

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Havalah’s Wait

by Rebecca Slater and Michael H. Carrierre At first glance, Havalah Kolb is like any other 11-month-old baby. She smiles, bangs on toys, gets into everything, and is doted on by all who lay eyes on her. Her mother, Kristen, takes her for walks and makes sure that she gets plenty of play time. It’s […]

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Townsend House Makeover

by Suzanne Zipperer Structurally sound, the rooms were just too small. The staircase to the semi-finished second floor was narrow with a ceiling so low you needed to duck to go up. The second floor had two bedrooms with seven-foot ceilings. The remaining space had no ceiling at all. The house was a candidate for […]

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