Choose Between Two Options
- $75 for a one-year art advocate membership (a $150 value)
- $85 for a one-year art advocate membership and a $20 museum store gift certificate (a $170 value)
Membership benefits include a year of free admission for two adults and children 17 and under, discounts on classes and in the store, invitations to members-only exhibition openings, and reciprocal membership privileges at more than 60 museums in North America.
Milwaukee Art Museum
German expressionism. American decorative arts. Among the nation's best American art post 1960. The Milwaukee Art Museum is a leading American institution for the work of self-taught artists and holds one of the largest collections of works by Georgia O’Keeffe and other artistic luminaries in four floors of the 341,000-square-foot museum. Encompassing more than 25,000 pieces, the museum's collection ranges from 90 works of Haitian art and 450-plus German expressionist prints to an expansive contemporary art selection that includes pieces by Andy Warhol. Among the more singular holdings in the more than 40 galleries are the earliest surviving American-made chair.
Temporary and traveling exhibitions pass through each year, spotlighting everything from Rembrandt to color photography. Upcoming highlights include tattoo art, nineteenth-century portraiture, and, in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the abstract paintings of Wassily Kandinsky. Delve deeper into works on display during lectures and talks, part of a packed events calendar that includes concerts and film screenings. Visitors can also flex their own artistic muscles during programs such as kids' and adult art classes.
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“I love the variety of exhibits. I'm extremely pleased to see that local artists are also featured on occasion. Please expand that practice to potentially include...”
“I love the variety of exhibits. I'm extremely pleased to see that local artists are also featured on occasion. Please expand that practice to potentially include MORE local Milwaukee artists in smaller exhibits. ”