Conversations with Tom Bamberger 

April 13, 2017
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As part of the Tom Bamberger: Hyperphotographic exhibition, the Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) presents two panel discussions with many of Milwaukee’s leading artists, thought leaders, and art critics.

Event Dates
Bamberger and Friends | Saturday, May 6, 2017 | 1:00
Placemaking in Milwaukee | Saturday, May 13, 2017 | 1:00

Location
Museum of Wisconsin Art
205 Veterans Avenue, West Bend, Wisconsin 53095

Admission
Free with MOWA membership. Walk-ins are welcome.

Bamberger and Friends
MOWA will welcome some of Tom Bamberger’s longtime friends and colleagues as they reflect with him on his work and the evolution of Milwaukee’s arts community. Participants include:

Tom Bamberger, Photographer; Former Curator of Photography, Milwaukee Art Museum
Dick Blau, Photographer; Professor of Film Emeritus, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Deb Brehmer, Director, Portrait Society Gallery; Founder, Art Muscle Magazine
John Koethe, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee; Wisconsin’s first Poet Laureate
Dean Sobel, Director, Clyfford Still Museum, Denver; Former Chief Curator, Milwaukee Art Museum
Fred Stonehouse, Artist; Professor of Painting, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Laurie Winters, CEO, Museum of Wisconsin Art

Placemaking in Milwaukee
Community thought leaders will discuss how Milwaukee is embracing a more expansive view of public art that shifts the conversation from explicit objects and buildings to spaces of influence. Participants include:
Tom Bamberger, Photographer; Urban Design/Architecture Critic
Sara Daleiden, Consultant, Creative Placemaking Committee of the Greater Milwaukee Committee (GMC)
Jim Shields, Design Principal, HGA Architects; Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Tom Kubala, Co-founder, The Kubala Washatko Architects, Inc.
Laurie Winters, CEO, Museum of Wisconsin Art
Jessica Wildes, Director of Communications and Marketing
jwildes@wisconsinart.org, 262.247.2266