Via How to Draw a Cartoon Bunny – YouTube.
They’ve a new poster. Via Capital Times. See, earlier: Pressure from Assemblyman Nass’s office kills UW-Extension’s ‘Art in Protest’
Via Campus Connection @ Capital Times.
Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Squirrel unscathed. Via Wisconsin Radio Network.
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In the ‘fakesperian’ style, written and directed by Doug Reed, at Broom Street Theater. Via Isthmus | The Daily Page.
Celebrating Grim Natwick’s creation. Runs through Sunday. Via Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. See, also, Boop cartoon from 1932:
The grant, one of only 51 awarded nationwide, will allow the Wormfarm Institute to invest in its annual event that celebrates food and farming. The event also features creations by artists that explore the connection between land and people…. Via Baraboo News Republic.
The BorgWard Collective and Mania Fine Art are pleased to announce MANIA meets Spacetribe Candy! This is a unique presentation of work by Brooklyn-based artist John Gatti and Milwaukee’s own Jesse Engelbrecht. The opening reception is on Milwaukee’s Summer Gallery Night, Friday, July 29th from 6-11 p.m. at 823 W National Ave. The show will…
Too much for too little. Via TMJ4
An awful lot for fencing and chicken wire. Via JSOnline.
Late July. Via Betty Boop Festival.
Walkers replace David Lenz’s Wishes in the Wind with picture of bald eagle. Via JSOnline.
But the school board does… Via Superior Telegram.
Different gallery each weekend; materials free with admission. Via Milwaukee Art Museum news release.
What: Photo exhibition “Wisconsin Labor: A Contemporary Portrait,” through April 10 Where: James Watrous Gallery, 3rd floor of the Overture Center, 201 State St. The gallery is open from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays; 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; and 1-5 p.m. Sundays. Opening reception with artists: 5:30-7:30 p.m. today. Remarks at…
Motive unknown; vile character indisputable. Via Wisconsin State Journal: On Campus.
Yes, but how many corgi data dogs? February 18-20 at the Frontier Airlines Center. Via 4,000 Expected for “Anime Milwaukee” Convention.
We’ll get “Bathers with Crab” by Pierre-Auguste Renoir on loan. Via Museums wager Impressionist art on their Super Bowl teams – JSOnline.