Housed in a contemporary building shaped to fit its triangular, river-created site, the museum exhibits its permanent collection in 12,000 square feet of gallery space. The museum's two collections are on permanent display, and include early Wisconsin regional art, and the work of Milwaukee-born, German-educated artist Carl von Marr.
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Sculptures bridge the past and the present
72 ceramic sculptures glazed in hues of blue inspired by a tool and a concept
Works present farm animals as storytellers
100 stories captured in images of minority multicultural millennials
Sixteen works exemplify abstract works created through intricate lines and layers of paint
Works explores moments of overlap between human civilization and untamed nature