from Milwaukee’s Arts Scene

Sculpture Milwaukee

Featuring more than 30 works on display outdoors, Sculpture Milwaukee offers striking, world-renowned sculptures spanning over two miles, including downtown, the Lower East Side, and Walker’s Point.

Three exhibits will be presented this summer: Nature Doesn’t Know About Us, guest-curated by Ugo Rondinone, Dear Nature, Sculpture’s 2023 exhibition, Actual Fractals, Act I, curated by John Riepenhoff and opening at the end of June, and The Legacy Collection, acquired works permanently on view throughout the city.

Highlighting regional and international artists, Sculpture Milwaukee’s 2023 exhibition, Actual Fractals, Act I explores the idea of connection and expansion. These works will be on view through October 2024.   

Viewers can explore the exhibits on foot, through bike rides, kayaking trips, and by car. Purchase a Sculpture Milwaukee membership to receive discounts on sculpture tours.   

Visit sculpturemilwaukee.com for more information.

Skylight Music Theatre 

Written and composed by Filipino-American rock artist and humanitarian Lourds Lane, SuperYou, Skylight Music Theatre’s entry into the statewide play festival “World Premiere Wisconsin”, runs through June 18 at Skylight’s historic Cabot Theatre.

Directed and choreographed by Broadway talent JoAnn M Hunter, the production, features an incredible cast of diverse performers. It tells the inspiring story of a comic book artist that finds her powerful voice, overcomes tragedy, and learns self-love when her superheroines come to life. 

SuperYou includes an audience-friendly and joyful score that blends elements of hip-hop, pop, rock, swing, gospel and more. Milwaukee is the first stop for the production before it hits London’s West End.

SuperYou is recommended for children ages 8 and up. Purchase tickets at skylightmusictheatre.org or call the box office at (414) 291-7800.