Craig Blietz: Herd, Museum of Wisconsin Art

Art & other exhibits

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


Through Nov. 16

Dia de los Muertos

Features a dazzling array of ofrendas (altars) prepared by local, regional, and international artists.

Latino Arts Gallery


Through Nov. 16

Black Eyed Peas

and Coal Black Blues

Textiles and works

on paper by Sharon Kerry-Harlan and Alison Saar

Portrait Society Gallery


Through Nov. 24

Mark Mulhern

These works, liberated from detail, expose moments of extravagance and of everyday life.

Tory Folliard Gallery


Through Nov. 25

Tyanna Buie: Im•Positioned

Large-scale monotypes and screen prints inspired by impressions from familial accounts.

Lynden Sculpture Garden


Through Dec. 30

David Harper:

A Fear of Unknown Origin

Museum of Wisconsin Art

Through Dec. 30

David Plowden's

Portraits of Work

Grohmann Museum


Through Jan. 6

Serious Play:

Design in Midcentury America

Explores the projects of more than 40 designers who employed playfulness and whimsy within their creations for corporations, domestic interiors, and children. See more >>

Milwaukee Art Museum


Through Jan. 13

Craig Blietz: Herd

Part Barbizon school, part agrarian abstraction. Cows dominate the pictures and serve as a canvas within the canvas for elaborating on the abstract designs. See more >>

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Through Jan. 13

Corey Fells: 100 Womxn Project

100 minority millennials photographed in front of the same ivy-colored wall, creating a visual continuity that reflects the shared experience underlying the unique individuals. See more >>

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Through Jan. 13

Fiber Arts in the Digital Age

This exhibit explores various fiber art pieces that only exist due to the age we live in.

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts


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