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 68th Fall Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association Show and Sale
Friday, October 4, 2019 through Saturday, October 5, 2019. Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-5pm. Affordable, time-tested, human-friendly antiques! All indoors. 58 Quality Dealers from 8 states. Special Exhibit: "Kitchen Antiques" $1 Ticket Discount at: www.WisconsinAntiquesDealers.com Good food. Free parking. ATM on premises. BOGO: One 25 or under, free with one paid admission. $7 ($1 discount offered with any of our ads). Waukesha Expo Center, Forum Bldg, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha, Waukesha County. Call 414-510-4441. E-mail: jjmcard@comcast.net Web: www.WisconsinAntiquesDealers.com Subjects: Antiques, Historic, Galleries [E-109193]
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 Roberta Hill on Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer
Thursday, September 5, 2019. Through his work, Jeffrey Gibson imagines future possibilities by uniting traditions of the past with current sociopolitical shifts that are reshaping society.Roberta Hill is professor of English and American Indian Studies at the UW-Madison, where she teaches courses on 20th century literature and history; race, gender, class and ethnicity; and American Indian literature, among other subjects. Professor Hill is also a poet of Wisconsin Oneida heritage and author. Free. Madison Museum of Contemporary Art - MMoCA, 227 State St, Madison, Dane County. Call 608-257-0158. Subjects: Art, Galleries, NativeAmericans [E-109115]
 Drop-in Tour: Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer
Saturday, September 14, 2019. Drop by MMoCA for a lively and informal discussion of Jeffrey Gibson: Like a Hammer. Expertly led by MMoCA's docents, these free, 30-minute guided tours consider artists' creative decisions and provide insight into their methods, ideas, and influences. Meet in the museum lobby. Free. Madison Museum of Contemporary Art - MMoCA, 227 State St, Madison, Dane County. Call 608-257-0158. Subjects: Art, Galleries, Museums [E-109117]
 MMoCA Opening: 2019 Wisconsin Triennial
Friday, October 18, 2019. 6-9 pm. Join us at MMoCA for a special evening celebrating the opening of the 2019 Wisconsin Triennial. Widely regarded as the state's most prestigious showcase of contemporary Wisconsin visual art, the Triennial reflects a broad range of art representing current directions in contemporary visual art. Meet the artists and mingle with other art lovers as you immerse yourself in Wisconsin contemporary art. Enjoy live DJ mixes, a cash bar, and hors d'oeuvres in the MMoCA Lobby. Free for MMoCA Members/ $10 for non-members. Madison Museum of Contemporary Art - MMoCA, 227 State St, Madison, Dane County. Call 608-257-0158. Subjects: Art, Galleries, Museums [E-109114]
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 Objects Redux: 50 Years After Objects: USA Defined American Craft
Saturday, September 21, 2019 through Sunday, January 5, 2020. Revisiting an ambitious large-scale project from 50 years ago, Objects Redux combines work featured in the landmark craft exhibition, Objects: USA with works featured in a related sales catalog. Drawing on RAM's collection, as well as generous lenders from the Racine area, this exhibition investigates how the public was introduced to late twentieth-century craft as a field that was as interested in personal, material, and aesthetic concerns, as well as functional ones. Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street, Racine, Racine County. Call 262-638-8300. Subjects: Museums, Art, Galleries [E-108790]
 Objects Redux: Clay, Glass, and Metal, 1960-1985
Sunday, August 11, 2019 through Sunday, January 26, 2020. As part of a series that showcases changes in studio craft in the last part of the twentieth century, this exhibition features clay, glass, and metal works made between 1960 and 1985. In some instances, multiple works by the same artist are shown in order to reflect how their work changed during a span of time when there was a lot of fluctuation in the field. Adults: $7 Seniors (62 and over) and Students: $5 RAM Members and Children (12 and under): FREE. Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street, Racine, Racine County. Call 262-638-8300. Subjects: Museums, Galleries, Art [E-108789]
 Objects Redux: Small-Scale Studio Craft of the 1950s and 1960s
Sunday, October 20, 2019 through Sunday, February 2, 2020. This exhibition showcases small-scale ceramic, glass, wood, and metal objects from the 1950s and 1960s that reflect the types of works most associated with craft up to that point. Artists whose works are featured include Dale Chihuly, Elsa Freund, Harry Nohr, David Leach, Toshiko Takeazu, and Joan Pearson Watkins. Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street, Racine, Racine County. Call 262-638-8300. Subjects: Museums, Art, Galleries [E-108792]
 Objects Redux: Studio Craft in Context, 1960-1985
Sunday, October 20, 2019 through Sunday, February 2, 2020. In the retrospective light of history, artworks can sometimes be read as "of the time" they were made-not just because of the particular artist that made them but also because of aesthetic or material choices. This exhibition plays to that idea and places studio craft in the context of two-dimensional paintings and works on paper made between 1960 and 1985. Racine Art Museum, 441 Main Street, Racine, Racine County. Call 262-638-8300. Subjects: Museums, Art, Galleries [E-108791]
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