August 22–November 8, 2015
Kim Weiss, Ouroboros, Relief print, cut paper, 2014
Dara Larson, New Moon in Central City, Digital Collage, 2015
RedLine is a Milwaukee urban art laboratory that develops and inspires artists through on-site residencies, education, and exhibitions. RedLine seeks to stimulate creative potential within the surrounding community through social justice-based outreach to schools and organizations such as the Salvation Army. From many applicants, eight artists have been selected to represent the organization and demonstrate the wonderfully diverse applications of printmaking that the organization encourages. The work featured will range from a thought-provoking piece on water issues within the Great Lakes, meditations on cities and urban sprawl, a huge paper tiger, and a tangled nest of snakes.
The featured artists are Melanie Ariens, Kimberly Weiss, Cynthia Brinich-Langlois, Laci Coppins, Raoul Deal, John Kowalczyk, Dara Larson and Nirmal Raja.
Sizzling Summer Saturday
Saturday, August 22 | 11:00–4:00
Join us for a sizzling summer event filled with family fun and art—inside and outside the Museum. Learn more
to learn more about RedLine.