Archive | October 2005

Pentaminoes – Doug Holst

by Sarah Mankowski When I practically stumbled over Doug and his 13-year old Italian greyhound, Lucy, sitting on the steps outside his east side apartment, my preconceptions were instantly dispelled. The almost-40-year old artist looks more like a college student, and made me suspect that he has an aging portrait of himself in an attic […]

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MIAD Student Exhibition

New From the Seventh Floor, an exhibition of paintings, drawings, mixed media and installation by 10 of Milwaukee’s most promising young artists, opens October 4 at MIAD with a reception for the artists Friday Oct. 7 from 6-8 pm.

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Experimental Films at Woodland Pattern

by Mary Vuk Besides bringing the best of contemporary poetry and music to the Milwaukee arts scene, Woodland Pattern also hosts the Experimental Film and Video Series. The series presents 10-12 screenings of experimental film per year on the last Friday of the month. Carl Bogner, a 43-year-old instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, has […]

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by Jean Scherwenka Look for Shiraz Persian Foods and Spices on Oakland Ave. between the Subway shop and Trattoria restaurant, but look carefully — if you blink you could miss it. Don’t let size fool you, though. The little store’s shelves are stocked with all the ingredients that cooks need to please a Persian’s palate […]

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