Stitching Histories From the Holocaust


Art & other exhibits

Through Sept. 8

30th Anniversary Exhibition

Includes up to 150 works in painting, sculpture, drawing, and photography.

Tory Folliard Gallery


Through Sept. 9

Daring Technique:

Goya and the Art of Etching

33 drama-filled bullfights—on paper—that collectively represent the history of the popular Spanish pastime.

Milwaukee Art Museum


Through Sept. 16

Stitching Histories

From the Holocaust

The story of Hedwig Strnad and her husband Paul through letters and dress designs they sent in the hopes of getting visas. Hedy and Paul were ultimately killed in the Holocaust.

Jewish Museum Milwaukee


Through Sept. 16

Altered Scale:

Sculpture by Richard Taylor

Cedarburg Art Museum


Through Sept. 23

13th Quilt Nihon

Highlights from the largest international quilting contest in Japan and one of the most prestigious in the world.

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts


Through Sept. 30

From China, With Love: Hand-Colored Photographs and Letters Home

Cedarburg Art Museum


Through Oct. 7

Joseph Friebert: A Life in Art

Opening Aug. 18, 2-5pm.

Social Realist compositions of the late 1930s and 1940s—whether behind bars, in line-ups, picking coal, or walking city streets.

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Through Oct. 13

Tom Shelton: The Fruits of Analysis

David Barnett Gallery, 1024 E. State St.


Through Oct. 21

Inspiring Change: The Photography of Chip Duncan and Mohamed Amin

Charles Allis Art Museum


Through Oct. 21

Urban sculpture installation

An outdoor urban sculpture experience in downtown Milwaukee features 20 art works by 21 artists, the pieces are positioned along Wisconsin Avenue from 6th Street to O'Donnell Park. Free to the public. The installation includes internationally renowned artists.


Through Oct. 31

The Bonsai Exhibit at Lynden

Lynden Sculpture Garden


Through Nov. 11

Family Albums:

Kith and Kin in Focus

Opening Aug. 18, 2-5pm.

Distinct takes on the family portrait as captured by photographers Tom Bamberger, Lois Bielefeld, Dick Blau, Kevin Miyazaki and filmmaker Emir Cakaroz.

Museum of Wisconsin Art


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