Gallery Night & Day

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Friday April 15, 2016

Hosted at: Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward

5:00 pm — 9:00 pm

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Join us for Gallery Night and Day, the Midwest’s premier art event.

This world-class event features an evening of gallery hopping and art viewing beginning Friday, April 15 and continuing during the day on Saturday, April 16.

This spring, the quarterly event showcases 49 venues throughout the downtown Milwaukee area. Admission is free to all participating venues during event hours.

Be sure to stop by and support a few of our United Adworkers Members:

the sofie show

Dan Augustine – The Sofie Show

Join us on April Gallery Night for an evening of art, music (from Great Lake Drifters), and beer (from Hinterland Brewery) in celebration of the animals in our lives and the impact they made.

Over 100 pieces of pet-centric art will be available for sale at this event which is from 6-9pm on April 15th only. Purchase your favorite piece (or pieces) and take them home that evening! ALL proceeds will be donated to the Wisconsin Humane Society in honor of my own dog, Sofie and all of the other animals (and humans) whose lives they’ve impacted.

Participating local artists include: Mike Kasun, Michelle Sieg, Joe Rogge, Carrie Chapko, Ian Lynch, David Zimmerman, Hannah Buckmaster, Jackie Berndt, Paula Hare, Kelsey Barnowski, Jesse Egan, Ben Halpin, Dylan Hartwig, Tony Seaman, Angela Fioretti and Kevin Knipstein.

Internationally recognized illustrators Greg Clarke and Gary Taxali have also donated work to the cause.

bigshot robot gallery night

David Zimmerman – Bigshot Robot’s Astronots on Gallery Night

Earth’s unlikely survivors are not who or what you’d expect.

On April 15th, come celebrate the opening of Astronots at Hotpop for Gallery Night.

With an acoustic set by members of Low Down Sound
Beer Provided by Brenner Brewing Co.

New Artwork • Stickers • Sketchbooks • Limited Edition T

Music starts at 8
Live paintings by Bigshot Robot


MIAD’s 2016 Senior Exhibit

From devices that aid children with Cerebral Palsy to the exploration of humanity’s self destructive tendencies, MIAD seniors create innovative projects that emphasize wellbeing, both mental and physical.  

Over 120 of Milwaukee’s emerging artists and designers exhibit their work in MIAD’s 2016 Senior Exhibition. Students seek to provide solutions to complex problems, creating innovative projects that illustrate the power of art and design. 


Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward

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