Workshop: TRACING SPACE w/ Thea Kovac

tracing-theaTRACING SPACE workshop with artist Thea Kovac

Saturday, June 20, 1–3 pm at Walker’s Point Center for the Arts

Cost: $25 for WPCA members, $30 for non-members. (Want to be a member? Click here).

Using everyday materials such as markers and crayons, experience how simple body movements naturally flow into creating lines, marks and patterns. Expect playful exercises based on the concepts of a relay race, air guitar type moves, and a lively interpretation of tap dancing.

For adults (16 years and older).

No art or dance experience required!

Spaces are limited. Register today!

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Eddee Daniel: A Year in the Valley

Witnessing the Revitalization of the Menomonee Valley
May 29 – July 11, 2015
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Opening Reception: 

Friday, May 29, 5–9 pm.
Panel Discussion Menomonee Valley revitalization past, present and future:
Thursday, June 18, 6–8 pm.


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.

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Playback Theatre at WPCA, Thursday, May 14

Walker’s Point Center for the Arts is proud to present a public performance by Playback Milwaukee Theatre Company!
Thursday, May 14, 7–9 pm. 

One night only! Do NOT miss it.

You’re invited to an evening of stories, memories, improv, music, movements and live painting! Milwaukee’s very own Playback improvisational  theatre group will bring their creative, interactive storytelling and entertainment to our Blue Box Theater space. The audience (you!) tell the conductor your story and the performers will play it back!

In Playback Theatre, an audience member tells a true-life story and then watches as Playback players re-enact the story on the spot. The stories may be funny or tragic or anything in-between, with the intention always to honor the storyteller.

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