Art Events Exhibitions

What’s Happening at the Milwaukee Art Museum: January 10–January 16

Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin. Photo courtesy of Jim Steinhart,

After a highly successful and much-raved-about run, European Design Since 1985 has closed, and now the Museum looks forward to its next feature exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture for the 21st Century. Stay tuned here for more information about this extraordinary look at “America’s greatest architect.”

But before Frank Lloyd Wright opens in February, there is still a lot to see at the Museum. The Chipstone Foundation’s exhibition Art in Clay has been extended into February, and if you haven’t seen this beautiful display of North Carolinian pottery, you are missing out.

Robert Therrien’s Under the Table is still on view, as is Chakaia Booker’s On Site installation. The newest exhibition on display, Framing a Decade, has also been receiving rave reviews and is packing people into the Koss Gallery. It celebrates the over 3,000 acquisitions of prints and drawings the Museum has received in the last ten years.

Finally, be sure to stop in on Monday, January 17. The Museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the Kohl’s Art Generation Studio will be available for the family to enjoy. Kids 12 and under are free every day at the Museum!

Kristin Settle: PR Manager for the Milwaukee Art Museum, otherwise referred to as Museum cheerleader.

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