Archive | July 2004


1 THURSDAY ART BAR: Full Moon Party. 8 PM-12 AM. BREMEN CAFE: Open mic. 8:30 PM. CIRCLE A: Slummerfest: Warlock The Jookbot. COA: Family Drop-In time: 9:30-11:30 AM / Creative Playground, ages 7-10. 9 AM-3 PM / Adult Basic Education: 8:30 AM-1:30 PM. 263-8383. Milwaukee public LIBRARY: Summer reading program (Art Beaudry). Central Library. 2 […]

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AWE Truck Studios

Now thru August 6, 2004 Monday through Friday1 p.m. – 4 p.m. June 28 – July 2 Gordon Park, 2828 N. Humboldt Blvd. Mitchell Park, 524 S. Layton Blvd. Sherman Park, 3000 N. Sherman Blvd. Tiefenthaler Park, 2501 W. Galena St. July 6 – 9 Wahl Park, 4750 N. 48th St. Mitchell Park, 524 S. […]

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Cafe Brucke

by Brian Kalish / photo by JennyMarie Farris If you happened to wander down Prospect Avenue this spring, you might have noticed the brown paper coverings in the windows of the building that formerly housed Harter’s Bakery and a note on the door announcing a new cafe. Problem is, you’d have to be fluent in […]

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Artist of the Arch

by Suzanne Zipperer Interviewing David Middlebrook is like riding a Ferris wheel. Your perspective changes as he moves you up and down through the elements of his work. With ease he explains the research and planning that went into the 20-ton archway that invites passersby into Gordon Park and the neighborhood. “Public artists should think […]

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Snail’s Crossing is Born

Like people, ideas sometimes have to age before they come to fruition. They may sit in a cerebral stew for years, being seasoned with images and impressions, pounded with fears and enhanced with inspiration.

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