Bewitched, bothered & bejeweled
Here I am with TCD’s intern photographer, standing inside the Milwaukee Public Museum (800 W. Wells St.) Gift Shop; not the one downstairs, but the one at the end of the winding road known as Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt. It’s a big shop with stuff, some of it is actually stuffed, as in a barrel of little fluffy cats, tagged “Cleo Cat-Tra.” Does it get any sillier?
Yes, it does.
Here’s intern Jenney in a get-up fit for a Queen. And me wearing an Indiana-Jones style topper.
Word has arrived from the tombs that kids will “rule” during Cleo sleepovers on January 27 and March 23. With the help of a flashlight, seekers of excitement can bed down in select exhibit areas. Think of it as a campy campout, with a few things that go bump in the night. No bears or raccoons allowed.
Apr 10th, 2015 by Richard Davis
Unusual joint exhibition at two Milwaukee galleries offers the nostalgic work of Rafael Francisco Salas.
Mar 24th, 2015 by Rose Balistreri
Robin Jebavy’s large, still life paintings are showy, but how much is below the surface?
Mar 4th, 2015 by Richard Davis
Grohmann Museum show offers paintings, prints, maps and photos of the peak days of Milwaukee Road train line.
Feb 20th, 2015 by Richard Davis
A photographic exhibition captures the drama of polka culture in Wisconsin.
Feb 17th, 2015 by Rose Balistreri
Ukrainian photographer Mila Teshaieva captures three Asian countries now adrift in a haunting exhibition at Haggerty Museum.
Jan 20th, 2015 by Michael Horne
Great art and great crowds, but I couldn’t help imagining what it would be like with a streetcar connecting all the galleries.