Fore and Aft: A Vitreous View of Time

Art & other exhibits (cont.)

Through Nov. 25

Tyanna Buie: Im•Positioned

Opening reception: Aug. 26 3-5pm

Lynden Sculpture Garden

 

Through Dec. 30

David Harper:

A Fear of Unknown Origin

Museum of Wisconsin Art

 

Through Jan. 27

Sable Elyse Smith

Ordinary Violence

Kirsten Leenaars

(Re)Housing the American Dream: Freedom Principles

Scripture as Source

Artists Interpret the Bible

Haggerty Museum of Art

 

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.

Museum of Wisconsin Art

 

Sept. 6-Oct. 10

Hombres de Arcilla

(Men of Clay) A collection of handmade clay masks honoring the disappeared students from Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico.

Latino Arts Gallery

 

Sept. 7-Feb. 17

Constable? 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.

Milwaukee Art Museum

 

Sept. 7-Dec. 30

David Plowden's

Portraits of Work

Grohmann Museum

 

Sept. 14-Jan. 20

Family Pictures

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

 

Sept. 14-Oct. 13

Fred Stonehouse – Night Vision

Memories, dreams, and anecdotal narratives from everyday life are the ingredients in developing Fred Stonehouse's witty and surreal paintings.

Tory Folliard Gallery

 

Sept. 28-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.

Milwaukee Art Museum