Fore and Aft: A Vitreous View of Time
Art & other exhibits (cont.)
Through Jan. 20
Explores how black photographers and artists have portrayed a range of familial relationships, from blood relatives to close-knit neighborhoods to queer communities.
Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Arts, Milwaukee Art Museum
Through Jan. 27
Sable Elyse Smith
(Re)Housing the American Dream: Freedom Principles
Scripture as Source
Artists Interpret the Bible
Haggerty Museum of Art
Through Feb. 10
The Hollywood Red Scare
A multi-sensory exhibit that explores the politics, art, economics, and social dynamics during Hollywood’s Red Scare.
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Through Feb. 17
A Landscape Rediscovered
In focus is a painting that was ascribed to the great English landscape painter John Constable (1776–1837) when it entered the Layton Art Collection, in 1941. See more >>
Milwaukee Art Museum
Through March 31
Fore and Aft:
A Vitreous View of Time
Wisconsin artists Beth Lipman, Jeremy Popelka, and Eoin Breadon, embrace the challenge of glass to explore its relationship with light, form, and time. See more >>
Museum of Wisconsin Art
Nov. 3-Mar. 3
How the creators Tim Parsons and Jessica Charlesworth mix their craft and industrial design backgrounds.
Nov. 15-April 14
Forward 2018 A Survey of Wisconsin Art Now
A state-wide juried exhibition of artwork created by Wisconsin artists.
Charles Allis Art Museum