Current Exhibits


June 19 - August 28, 2022
For over 70 years, the League of Milwaukee Artists (LMA) has championed artistic creativity and actively contributed to the community. The League is dedicated to the promotion of visual creation, personal artistic growth, and the expansion of the arts in our state, region and community.

GEO RUTHERFORD: On the Threshold of the Great Lakes

April 24 - July 10, 2022Georgina Rutherford
Geo Rutherford creates prints, artist's books and large-scale mixed media works focusing on the notions of invasiveness, impermanence, and the unseen in relation to the Great Lakes. She received a BFA from Eastern Michigan University and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Geo taught high school art in Chelsea, Michigan for five years, but now is the Art Director at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, running the #WhyYouMatter non-profit, an adjunct professor at UWM, and exhibiting work around the Midwest.


April  24 - July 31, 2022Stolen Sisters
The No More Stolen Sisters exhibition curated by Teresa Faris and Valaria Tatera brings together artworks representing the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women, girls and two spirits. The exhibition showcases technically diverse artworks of regional, national and international indigenous artists and allies addressing a range of experiences and emotions surrounding the violence against, and loss of indigenous women, girls and 2 spirits. Materials range from works on paper, mixed-media installation, metal, clay, quillwork, textile and paint.

The issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and two spirits (MMIWG2S) is gaining national attention due to the recent election of Deb Haaland and her initiatives surrounding this issue, and various other MMIWG2S efforts. Wisconsin is home to eleven registered tribal communities, and the adjacent Highway 90 acts as a main corridor for missing persons. With four out of five native women affected by violence in today's society, it is vital that the issue of MMIWG2S is given a voice.

A closing reception for the No More Stolen Sisters exhibit will be held Sunday, July 31 from 1:00-4:00pm. Free and open to the public.


April  24 - July 31, 2022
Culture and Community: A Celebration of Regional Indigenous Art, Craft, and Tradition highlights the excellence of regional indigenous artists. The exhibit features a variety of mediums ranging from photography to contemporary sculpture and traditional raised beadwork.