Jill Florence Lackey, the director of Urban Anthropology Inc. is throwing an annual ethnic feast. Some of the best ethnic cooks offer a gourmet FREE lunch. While you eat you also have your choice of viewing one of UA’s new 40- minute documentaries….
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Kick start your summer! Voted “Best Neighborhood Festival” by Shepherd Express Readers in 2001 & 2002! Register for the Beer Run or for an exhibiter application.
Don’t Miss it! SUNDAY MAY 18th 7:30pm ORGANIC GROOVES PRESENTS… ROSE BLADE & THE TRUTH A night of Live Music & Poetry from Local artists! Join this dynamic songtress/instrumentalists as she blazes the joint.
Fortunately for the Milwaukee art community, the Off-Broadway Theatre (342 N. Water St.), had the courage to stage Rebecca Gilman’s Spinning Into Butter. Gilman’s play, set at a small liberal college in Vermont, confronts the insidious nature of racism while also exploring how political correctness can be a destructive agent in dealing with racism.
Walking into Calvin Greer’s spacious Victorian home, you encounter two of his most highly valued African Art pieces on exhibit: a Benin (Nigeria locale) Oba bronze and a Bamun (Cameroon) fertility figure. The restored Victorian dwelling at 2463 N. Palmer St. is more than a home for people. The Greer Oaks Art Gallery is home […]