by Michael Timm People of all sorts wander through, ogling potential valuables from baseball cards and Star Wars figurines to vinyl records and bar taps. Gary John Gresl, 62, knows many of these patrons of the Milwaukee Antique Center at 341 N. Milwaukee St., and greets them all with soft tones and a smile even
The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design named Robert Rindler as its fifth president. Formerly Dean of the School of Art at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York, Rindler moved to Milwaukee this summer and began working at the college full time in August.
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.
This year is the Chinese Year of the Rooster, but organizers of the Milwaukee Public Market say they had no idea when they selected a rooster as the mark of their brand. They liked his style.
by Janice Christensen, photo by Vince Bushell The indoor market, scheduled to open for the fall season, was constructed with a focus on natural light and ventilation as well as other “green building techniques.” The structure will have 21,500 square feet on the ground floor and 13,000 square feet on the second floor. A total