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MKE Generations: New Work by Willie G. and Michael Davidson

UWM UNION ART GALLERY | Aug. 26, 2019 – Sept. 13, 2019
 
For the first time ever, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee alum Michael Davidson and his father Willie G. are presenting artworks in a side-by-side gallery exhibition, MKE Generations, showcasing their mutual lifelong devotion to painting.

Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee and the Engineers who Created Them

GROHMANN MUSEUM | Sept. 6, 2019 – Dec. 22, 2019
 
From household names like the Sawzall, to more arcane developments like DESCO’s diving apparatus, Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee seeks to highlight not only Milwaukee-born equipment and machinery, but also the engineers who created them. 

Building a Milwaukee Icon: Harley-Davidson’s Juneau Avenue Factory

HARLEY-DAVIDSON MUSEUM | Sept. 6, 2019 - Sept. 6, 2020
 
Building a Milwaukee Icon provides a snapshot of Harley-Davidson’s formative years and illustrates a chapter of Milwaukee history when the city was known as the “Machine Shop to the World.” 

Portrait of Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM | Sept. 6, 2019 - March 1, 2020
 
Portrait of Milwaukee reveals a deep connection between the city of Milwaukee and its residents. Photographs from the 1930s through the 2010s highlight some of the people, movements, businesses, and neighborhoods that have helped make Milwaukee what it is today.

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