PSA: Milwaukee Art Museum’s Lakeside at MAM: Outdoor Arts Events Free And Family Friendly

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Free Outdoor Fun at the Milwaukee Art Museum 

SAT–SUN, JULY 29–30, AUG 12–13, AUG 19–20 (2023)

Meet up with family and friends to enjoy art making with the Kohl’s Art Studio, a variety of music performances, yoga, and more at this free outdoor event series. Everyone’s invited to the Museum’s east lawn to soak up summertime creativity and culture, weather permitting.

Grab a seat, find a table, or bring your own picnic blanket—and enjoy the outdoors during Lakeside at MAM. Create art, catch live programming, attend a yoga class, and take in the sights on the green space where the Museum hugs Lake Michigan. Weather permitting, Lakeside at MAM is open with free admission; it’s all-ages friendly and easily accessible from the Oak Leaf Trail.

Some highlights are family art making with the Kohl’s Art Studio team, yoga, any number of diverse musical groups, Milwaukee favorite Ko-Thi Dance Company, story reading and games!

For the complete schedule…CLICK HERE!!!

PSA: The Fine Arts Quartet’s Summer Festival at UW – Milwaukee July 9th and 16th, 2023

The Quartet will perform at 3:00 pm, Sunday, July 9 and 3:00 pm Sunday, July 16 at the UW-Milwaukee Zelazo Center. The Zelazo concerts are FREE with no ticketing or reservations required.

The Fine Arts Quartet – Ralph Evans, Efim Boico, Gil Sharon, and Niklas Schmidt will be joined by special guest artists during the Festival.

To simplify arrangements for the concert, there will be no ticketing.  The concert is free to the public with general seating.  More information on seating here.

The Peck School of the Arts, UW-Milwaukee has been collaborating with the series, assisting with the Zelazo Center performances.

The Friends of the Fine Arts Quartet has contracted with Create Wisconsin to manage the funds for all concerts. They have created a dedicated account – The Fine Arts Quartet Fund – for that purpose. Visit our page on the Create Wisconsin site to donate.