Art & other exhibits
Through Nov. 9
10th Anniversary Exhibition
Susceptible to Images
The title of the exhibition comes from the now-defunct on-line art review started alongside Portrait Society a decade ago in its first 300 square foot space.The gallery, having now grown to 1500 square feet, represents 17 artists working in diverse disciplines.
Portrait Society Gallery
Through Nov. 17
Work inspired by the expressive possibilities of water.
Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts
Through Nov. 17
Jules Chéret and
Le Courrier Français
Milwaukee Art Museum
Through Nov. 22
Dia de los Muertos Ofrendas
Features a variety of Ofrendas made in honor of those who have departed.
Lisa Beck: Send and Receive
Emphasizes opposing but related visual phenomena.
The Gallery @ Saint Kate, The Arts Hotel
Through Nov. 23
Contemporary artists actively explore the possibilities of animal and naturalist imagery to fabulist ends.
Tory Folliard Gallery
Through Dec. 8
Prosperity In A Million Scraps
Spreading beyond the gallery, where a nineteen-foot leather quilt hangs, Lynden’s dining room is transformed into an imaginary dinner party.
Lynden Sculpture Garden
A series of local, "Milwaukee Made" exhibitions on view in September highlight the history of Milwaukee.
Through March 1
Portrait of Milwaukee
Reveals the connection between Milwaukee and its residents through photos from 1920s-1980s. These photographs are intended to expand how we think about Milwaukee's recent past, surprise visitors, or lead them to reconsider how they view the city's history.
Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts, Milwaukee Art Museum
Through Dec. 22
Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee
Tells the story of innovation and enterprise creation in Milwaukee during the Century of Progress—the hundred years following the US Civil War. Highlights significant engineering marvels in Milwaukee's history. Actual machines will also be on view.
Grohmann Museum, MSOE
Through Sept. 6, 2020
Building a Milwaukee Icon
Showcases a recently recovered cache of drawings and photographs that illustrates the company's whirlwind growth between 1910 and 1920.
DESCO diving equipment, Grohmann Museum