Featured Member: Roxane Mayeur October 27 - December 18, 2020 Enter Virtual Experience Conceal/Reveal This series grew out of the desire to give form to the uncertainty of the current political and cultural climates. The images are created using encaustic…
Workshop/Talleres 2.16.19 | Workshop for adults| 1pm-3pm @ WPCAWOODBLOCK PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP During this introductory workshop we will learn the basics of woodblock printing. We will approach the technique in the context of the Tierra Herida exhibition, taking a close look…
Art and Spirituality with artists Adam Stoner, Tia Richardson and Rosy Ricks. Wednesday, January 13, 6–8 pm Join us in welcoming the new year with an art talk focused on spirituality in art. The panel features artists Rosy Ricks, Tia…
Each year, our arts educators lead students in creating an ofrenda to honor someone who has had an impact in the arts and art education. This year, Arts Education Coordinator MaiKue Vang and the students are honoring Milwaukee artist and philanthropist Mary Nohl.
WPCA’s arts education programming directly benefits from Mary’s legacy and would not exist without the funding from Greater Milwaukee Foundation Mary L. Nohl Fund. The funding helps us provide after school art classes
2015–16 Featured Member Exhibition Juror We are honored to have artist and educator Josie Osborne as the juror of this year's Featured Members Artists. Josie will select four outstanding artists based on their artwork in the Annual Members Show. Each artist will be…
BtA is our blog series that uses imagery, audio, video and text to tell stories about artists and their artwork. This episode was produced by Madeline Pieschel and Howard Leu.
On this episode,
we visited artist and educator Jill Sebastian‘s studio and home in the Walker’s Point neighborhood. She talked with us about the ideal living and studio space, being an educator, public/community art, controversy surrounding her Philosophers’ Stone art project, sound advice to young artists and much more.
Witnessing the Revitalization of the Menomonee Valley
May 29 – July 11, 2015
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Walker’s Point Center for the Arts is honored to present the photographic work of writer and photographer Eddee Daniel. The exhibition will feature photography and stories collected during his 2014 tenure as the Menomonee Valley Partners Artist in Residence.
Daniel is celebrated for his ability to capture images depicting harmony between the built infrastructure and natural ecology.
April 17 – July 11, 2015
Opening Reception: Spring Gallery Night, Friday, April 17, 5–9pm.
We are proud to announce our third Featured Member Exhibition series of 2014-2015 with celebrated Wisconsin artist, assemblager, writer and art champion Gary John Gresl.
Gary would tell you himself that he likes working in large, space or site specific installations. With that said, he has graciously accepted the chance to create smaller assemblages specific to our Featured Member Exhibition space. A selection from his photography series “Document Ephemera,” which documents his previous outdoor,
January 30 – March 7, 2015
Open Reception: Friday, January 30, 5–9 pm.
Old stories live on through the retelling in each generation and are given new life from reinterpretation. We often learn about our own virtues through characters portrayed in folklore and fairy tales. In our exhibition In the Realm of Innocents we present six artists and their artwork that takes on classic iconography. The visual narrative can be seen as introspective of the artists, just as we often see ourselves in stories in which we are most drawn to.
The exhibition is curated by Michael Flanagan and Kimberly Storage.
January 16 – April 4, 2015
Opening Reception: Winter Gallery Night, Friday, January 16, 5–9pm.
We proudly continue our 2014–2015 Featured Member Exhibition installment with artist Kevin Giese‘s “Glass House” and “My Buddhist Cave” series. The series presents the overlapping and divide of the inner self and the outer world through ambiguous boundaries created of sharp incised lines and ghostly shadows in black and white landscapes. Kevin was one of three artists in the 2011 WPCA exhibition “Quiet.”
Join us for the opening reception on Winter Gallery Night.