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Milwaukee Art Museum  The Milwaukee Art Museum collects and preserves art, presenting it to the community as a source of education and inspiration.

Each weekend, Museum docents lead one-hour Drop-in tours of the building and Collection highlights. Tours are free for Members and free with Museum admission. http://ow.ly/Al8g30m7sxL

Sunday is Kohl's Art Generation Family Sundays: Día de los Muertos! Check in Sunday at 11a.m. for a live stream of performances by Dance Academy of Mexico of Marina Croft and the Latino Arts Strings Program. http://ow.ly/qytt30mdidn

It’s never too early to learn to love art! Drop in to Play Date with Art this morning and make art together in this program designed especially for our youngest visitors. http://ow.ly/qojI30m7hWI

Practice yoga under the wings while enjoying an amazing view of Lake Michigan Saturday, October 20!
Pre-register today and reserve your spot with a $15 donation: http://ow.ly/D7kP30m6ynj

Remembering Warrington Colescott, who passed away one month ago today. The longtime professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was a renowned printmaker recognized for his sharp wit and vivid imagination.
Warrington Colescott (American, 1921-2018). A Brief History of Flight to the Present Day, 1987. Color soft-ground etching, aquatint, and spit bite, with roulette, vibrograver, à la poupée inking, and relief rolls through stencils. Gift of the artist and Frances Myers M2004.524. Photo credit: Michael Tropea. © Warrington Colescott.

We’re focusing on family this month in the Kohl’s Art Generation Studio. This week paint a self-portrait from your past, present, or future. The Studio is open every day the museum is open, and kids 12 and under are always free thanks to Kohl’s Cares. http://ow.ly/2lDh30lLfwd

We're live with @fox6now talking "Serious Play" right now.

OCT 17: Join us for a conversation with contemporary artist and Ear Hustle podcast co-host Nigel Poor, whose work is featured in the upcoming exhibition The San Quentin Project. Learn more: http://ow.ly/t4DM30m6lph
Image: Nigel Poor and Frankie Smith. Mapping Joel Sternfeld, side A, 2011/12. Inkjet print and ink. Courtesy Nigel Poor, with thanks to the Prison University Project.

Join us for Kohl’s Art Generation Family Sundays: Día de los Muertos on October 14, when we’ll be filling Windhover Hall with paper flowers.

Need an extra reason to visit Serious Play? How about five? OnMilwaukee lists five great reasons to see the exhibition that is “bursting with color.” http://ow.ly/y3kR30m6juP

We've been rooting for Brewers since 1888. #OnView #LetsGoBrewers (Pictured: German , "Elf" Stein, ca. 1900, Earthenware with colored slip and glaze decoration, and pewter, Bequest of Dorothy Trommel in memory of her parents, Eunice and Howard Wertenberg M2013.44)

Take advantage of FREE admission today! Museum admission is free for every visitor on the first Thursday of every month, thanks to Meijer! #MeijerGives

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