Come explore the interactive Wisconsin History Tour exhibit, brought to Milwaukee by the Wisconsin Historical Society! Now on display at Central Library, 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI through January 29th...Read more
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The Villa Terrace Museum of Decorative Arts is currently exhibiting a selection of plaster sculpture works by popular 19th century artist John Rogers, on loan from the Milwaukee Public Library. John Rogers: Art in Plaster Sculpture From The Collection of the Milwaukee Public Library July 11 - September 14, 2014 "The Villa Terrace Museum of Decorative Arts is proud to announce a collaborative exhibition of John Rogers plaster sculpture,…Read more
The end of slavery in the United States is the most important turning point in American constitutional, political, and social history. The legacies of emancipation will be with us forever, forcing us to face who we believe we are as a people. This exhibition examines the story of Emancipation from 1850 to 1964, focusing on how, due to the persistence of African Americans, abolitionists, and…Read more