Pride has always been a residual effect of riding, building or promoting Harley-Davidson motorcycles, and once again, the H-D pride is reinforced through the Harley-Davidson Museum's latest exhibit called "(P)ART: Photographs Revealing the Art of Mechanical Form." This new exhibit opened last week and runs through Sunday, May 17.
For Brian Jacobson, an art photographer and journalist who works in Milwaukee, photography has been constant. Last year, during the late summer months through early fall, he decided to take a series of photographs from different, and often unseen, perspectives from high places within the metropolitan area.
For families dealing with childhood cancer, the moments captured by photographers like Whitefish Bay's Ellen Cook through the organization Flashes of Hope at in-hospital photo shoots provide forever precious memories. Cook is hosting a benefit for the program on Sunday, Dec. 7.
The photomontages created by Eau Claire's Then and Now Photography seamlessly meld images of the same place but from different eras, creating a fascinating and unique look at how familiar sites in Milwaukee have changed over the years.
Karl Reeves has dedicated his life to art. He didn't focus on art until four years ago, when he started skateboarding and was introduced to a new, worldwide community of skaters and artists. At the end of last year, Reeves opened Art Is For Lovers, a spacious art gallery and performance space at 2228 N. Martin Luther King Dr. that covers 1,600 square feet and four adjoining rooms.
Milwaukee: A Love Story
by Sukey Pett
What I knew about Milwaukee when I moved here two years ago: that Rod Stewart and Jerry Lee Lewis had done great covers of "What's Made Milwaukee Famous", that there was a lot of beer here and it was in the Mid...
A kick-off event for Shutter the Silence, a gallery of photographs capturing the stories of survivors of sexual assault and their allies, will be held Saturday 9 February from 5 - 10 pm at Milwaukee's Art B...
MILWAUKEE ARTBEAT: Unique Arts Showcase Series Kick-Off: April 3rd in Bay ViewA unique and exciting show: Celebrating Milwaukee Area Female Artists, hosted by award-winning producer Annie B. & fun-loving local artist Nick Ramsey. Music, paintings, sculpture, film, photography, dance, & s...