Moving Images, Villa Terrace Museum

Art & other exhibits

Through May 12

Bouguereau & America

showcases more than 40 masterful paintings by French academic painter William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825–1905). The exhibition explores the artist's remarkable popularity during America's Gilded Age (1870s-1900).

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Milwaukee Art Museum


Through May 19

Handmade for Home

The work of 24 of Wisconsin’s top contemporary artists and designers who create sophisticated, functional objects for the home.

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Through May 19

Rising Artists

Selections from the Rufus King High School Senior Art Exhibit

Charles Allis Art Museum


Through May 19

Alexis Rockman:

The Great Lakes Cycle Explores the past, present, and future of the  Great Lakes.


Vintage photographic prints alongside his social documentary.

Haggerty Museum of Art


Through May 26

Resistance: The Wartime Photographs of Jewish Partisan Faye Schulman

World War II images of the camaraderie, horror and loss, bravery and triumph of the rag-tag, tough partisans who fought the Nazis and their collaborators.

Jewish Museum Milwaukee

Through June 1

Charles Munch Out of the Woods

Striking paintings of Wisconsin's Driftless Area and Northwoods.

Tory Folliard Gallery


Through June 2

Moving Images

Ceremonial and family photographic portraits of the British royal family from the Victorian Age to the present.

Villa Terrace Museum


Through June 7

Mas de Mil-Walk-Aqui

Freddy Hernandez combines his passion for landscape photography with his love of Milwaukee's unique energy to emphasize the growing presence of the city's Latino population.

Latino Arts Gallery


Through June 16

The Art of Devotion: Illuminated Manuscripts from Local Collections

Manuscripts, or handwritten books.

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Milwaukee Art Museum


Through July 7

The Power of Poison

Discover the complex role of poison from aphrodisiac and self-defense to lethal weapons and medical miracles. See how the toxin and venoms found in nature can be used for good and evil.

Milwaukee Public Museum



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