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Calatrava’s Reputation in Question in Europe
Several of the famed architect’s buildings have incurred significant incidental costs.  
The Daily Mil  | Daniel Niepow  | 9/25/2013
Needle Points
The soft buzzing of the needle. The dispensing of permanent ink. A canvas made of skin. Such is the trade of two local men whose tattoo art exhibition opens this month.  
Headliner  | Debra Brehmer  | 7/2/2013
Nick Cave's Strangely Arresting Soundsuits
The strangest and most curious part of MAM's "30 Americans" exhibit are the performance artist's suits.  
The Daily Mil  | Abby Callard  | 6/17/2013
Morning Links for May 2, 2013
Cannibalism, wedding cakes and free admission to the Milwaukee Art Museum.  
The Daily Mil  | Ann Christenson  | 5/2/2013
A Work of Art
The Milwaukee Art Museum’s most celebrated employee, Barbara Brown Lee, is also its encyclopedia of institutional knowledge. She’s revamped programs, turning them into national models of excellence, and educated thousands of Milwaukeeans over her 50-year tenure. But even in retirement, she’s not leaving MAM behind just yet.  
Feature Story  | Howie Magner  | 4/29/2013
Art in Season
Milwaukee Ballet’s "Spring Series" and "Art in Bloom" at MAM scream spring.  
Girl About Town  | Jenna Kashou  | 4/18/2013
Painted Caves at Milwaukee Art Museum
The band prefers to play in places that are visually stimulating. They'll take their act to MAM this weekend.  
Music Notes  | Joe Guszkowski  | 3/22/2013
Critic Picks Searching for Sugarman at Turner Hall
On the Marquee for the first week of spring  
Moviegoers  | Mack Bates  | 3/18/2013
Color My World
The Friday Five for Feb. 22.  
Culture Club  | Paul Kosidowski  | 2/22/2013
Color Rush
The Art Museum's splashy photography exhibit opens tomorrow to the public.  
Arts  | Claire Hanan  | 2/21/2013