Be Part of the Zweig Project!

Idea competition! $1,000 honorarium to each of 15 winners or winning teams Your observations and ideas are wanted for "Pedestrian Drama" a public artwork by Janet Zweig, a series of animated plays displayed on flip signs along East Wisconsin Avenue. Just…Read More

MARN Receives Challenge Grant!

Are you up to the challenge? In response to its aggressive moves to bolster its programming, resources and support for Milwaukee’s independent artists, Tina Chang (local entrepreneur) and Steve Peplin (musician) have generously offered a challenge grant of…Read More

Monday's Panel

To those of you who turned out last night at Bucketworks for the Public Art Panel Discussion THANKS! Special thanks to our panelists and the Bucketworks Team! For those of you who missed it you can see it all…Read More

Public Art In Milwaukee; A Panel Discussion

Public Art in Milwaukee; a Panel Discussion Monday May 18th, 2009 7-9pm Bucketworks 1340 N. 6th St. Milwaukee, WI Admission is Free Recently Milwaukee’s creative community successfully banded together to save the Janet Zweig public art project slated for…Read More

We WON!

Thanks to all of you who wrote their alderman, blogged,got engaged in the conversation, and ESPECIALLY those of you who showed up this morning! We've won and the project will go forward. This is really in large part because of your support. Here's a re-cap…Read More

Americans For The Arts Backs the Cause!

A special thanks to Christine Harris of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Milwaukee for her work with American For The Arts! AFTA is a national arts advocacy organization. They heard about the issue here and contacted Christine. Christine and the President of…Read More

Important Council Meeting, PLEASE be there!

Janet Zweig's public art project will again be heard at a special meeting of the Public Works Committee on Tuesday (4/14) at 8 a.m. in advance of the full Council meeting at 9 a.m in Council Chambers, Room 301-B. It will be important for those supportive of…Read More
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