Saturday, June 15, 2013, 10 AM-5 PM
Celebrate the Museum's 125th anniversary all weekend long with FREE admission! Be one of the first to see the 30 Americans exhibition, a dynamic collection of art by contemporary African American artists, and explore the three exhibitions on the Museum's history. Enjoy special programs and activities for ALL ages—from hands-on art projects in the Kohl's Art Generation Studio to live music and dance performances, and tours led by special guests.
12 p.m. | Music
Jahmes Finlayson presents a riveting performance on drums and flutes handmade from found and repurposed materials.
2 p.m. | Question Bridge Blueprint Roundtable
Artist Chris Johnson and local personalities Eric Von, James Causey, Ald. Willie Hines, and Christopher McIntyre, among others, discuss ways for black men and boys to overcome communication barriers, facilitate sharing, cultivate learning, and work through issues.
3 p.m. | Dance: Water Sight, Milwaukee
Performed outdoors (rain or shine), this site-specific contemporary dance is choreographed by internationally known choreographer Stephan Koplowitz, and is part of UW-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts’ “Year of the Arts” celebration.
Kohl’s Art Generation activities for families sponsored by Kohl’s Cares.
Free Museum admission