Exhibits & more



Through Feb. 10

Richard Taylor - My Farm

Aluminum sculptures that reflect the artist’s appreciation for the geometry and poetry of the agricultural landscape.

Rodger Bechtold -

As I See It

Exuberant color and painterly brushstrokes fill the canvases of Midwest landscape painter.

Tory Folliard Gallery


Through Feb. 16

Adolph Rosenblatt:

Life in Sculpture

Adolph Rosenblatt took his inspiration from life and from the Milwaukee community he was a part of - its neighborhoods, people, businesses, and the stories they had to tell.

Union Art Gallery, 2200 E Kenwood Blvd, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211


Through Feb. 18, 2018

Small Works by Sculptors

in the Bradley Family Foundation Collection

As winter closes in, the gallery fills with smaller works by the artists whose sculptures punctuate Lynden’s landscape.

Lynden Sculpture Garden


Through Feb. 18

Here We Make Our Home

Area schools decorate bird houses as a metaphorical visual element.

Latino Arts


Through March 3

Chair5: Perspectives on Form, Function and Innovation

A highly interactive and experimental furniture




Through March 3

Humanly Possible:

The Empathy Exhibition

12 artists' work encourages viewers to see things from another perspective and attempts to engage their empathy.



Through March 11

Third Biennale:

Keeping Warm

A playful look at the way we deal with the winter months - in practical and whimsical fashion.

Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts


Through March 25

Jaime Hayon: Technicolor

Colorful and whimsical figures emerge from the depths of Hayon’s imagination and, in some cases, his dreams, becoming sculptures, ceramics, textiles, and playground equipment.

Milwaukee Art Museum


Through March 25

Allied in the Fight: Jews, blacks and the Stuggle for Civil Rights

Jewish Museum Milwaukee


Through April 22

The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip

From the 1950s to today.

Milwaukee Art Museum, Herzfeld Center for Photography and Media Art


Through April 29

Designing Paris:

The Posters of Jules Chéret

Colorful, inventive posters advertising Paris’s many entertainment venues, products, department stores, and more in the late nineteenth century.

Milwaukee Art Museum


Through April 29

The Art and Mechanics of Animation: The J.J. Sedelmaier Collection.

Grohmann Museum


Through June 3

Wisconsin Modernists:

Rebels from Regionalism

Cedarburg Art Museum


Feb. 3-April 8

2018 Wisconsin Artists Biennial

Showcases the most compelling, engaging, inventive and unique art from a state rich in creative capital. 53 works by 46 artists. Opening party: Feb. 3, 2-5pm.

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Feb. 3-April 1

S.V. Medaris: Strange Breeds: Evolution and Selective Breeding

Explores the extremes of breeding through prints depicting farm dogs, hogs, and chickens.

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Feb. 10

Meet and Make

Artists set up mini studios in the atrium and create art including printmaking, painting, mixed media, fiber arts, and paper sculpture.

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Feb. 10-May 28

Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed

Uses authentic artifacts, multimedia and interactive hands-on activities to reveal this astonishing civilization.

Museum Public Museum


Feb. 15-May 14

High Thread Count:

Art Quilts by Pat Kroth

Contemporary fiber artist Pat Kroth explores transparencies and layers through a myriad of found objects.

Museum of Wisconsin Art


Feb. 13, 6pm

MIAD Creativity Series:

Jaime Hayon

International artist-designer Jaime Hayon gives a public presentation, "Form Follows Function, and Then What?"

MIAD's 4th Floor Raw Space


Feb. 17-March 17

Katie Musolff and Andy Fletcher

Married artists Katie Musolff and Andy Fletcher execute a type of rural portraiture of the world they inhabit - one on the micro and the other on the macro scale.

Tory Folliard Gallery



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