Urban Milwaukee Guided TourWednesday, August 14th at 5:30 p.m.
Sculpture Milwaukee is back for another year, and so are Urban Milwaukee’s popular docent-led tours. View sculptures by emerging, mid-career and blue-chip artists, many that are internationally known, up close with the assistance of an expert guide.
The tours are led by our very knowledgeable guide, Jonas Karvelis. So, tour-goers will be able to learn what inspired the artists, how the pieces were made and explore possible interpretations of an art work’s meaning.
Sculpture Milwaukee opened June 7th, and we are hosting another tours every second Wednesday and last Saturday of the month. These tours will touch on most of the sculptures this year. Then we tour the Riverwalk to discuss some of Milwaukee’s most iconic and permanent works. This tour will conclude at the newly opened Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel for drinks and convivial conversation between tour-goers and our expert guide.
This approximately one-mile, 90-minute walking tour will start at John Baldessari‘s Penguin 2018 sculpture in front of the Northwestern Mutual Tower west to the Newaukee Night Market, visiting all the other works along the way.
Tour tickets cost $12/each for the general public. But Urban Milwaukee members pay only $6 per ticket after signing into their account.
Interested in becoming a member to get such discounts? Membership starts at just $9/month and includes discounts to Urban Milwaukee’s private and free events just for members, an ad-free website with improved photo browsing and access to a growing number of free tickets to marquee events (Air & Water Show, State Fair and Milwaukee Film Festival to name just a few). Join for as little as $9/month.
Tickets must be purchased in advance (sorry, no walk-ups).
Purchase your ticket for these exciting weekend tours. Space is limited.
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