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Scholastic Art Awards jurying process. Fast forward a few months–the jurying has been completed and… Congratulations! Your piece has been given a Gold Key award. You mark the Awards Ceremony date on your calendar, where your artwork will be on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum, and then… you wait.Picture this: Fall semester, high school years. You eagerly await your first art assignment, hoping to be given the added bonus of self-expression. A few weeks pass and you hand in your artwork, hoping it might be considered by your teacher for submission to the
But ever wonder what happens to your work while you’re waiting? Let’s take a look at the behind-the-scenes portion of the whole process. Continue reading
Virgin and Child by Nardo di Cione (Italian, ca. 1320–1365 or 1366) in Gallery #4.As Christmas approaches, it seems appropriate to take a closer look at one of the highlights of the European galleries:
Nardo was one of three artist brothers with a workshop in Florence in the mid 14th century. They were well-known not only for church frescos, such as those in the Santa Maria Novella, but also their free-standing panel paintings.
Rembrandt etchings and landscapes by other Dutch artists, but you’ll also be able to see how prints from 400 years ago influence contemporary artists. Continue readingUntil February 9, the mezzanine will display works on paper that celebrate the natural world. You will not only have the opportunity to see a selection of our fantastic