May – August 2023
January – April 2023
September – December 2022
Detail of Cascade or Cycle? Flag for Julian's Reef, Lake Michigan from Land of Plenty: An Appeal to Heaven
May – July 2022
Paintings by Akindele John
This exhibition is facilitated in partnership with Genre: Urban Arts, with special thanks to Genre’s Creative Director and Owner Nakeysha Roberts Washington, a Woodland Pattern board member.
July — October 2021
The Shapes of Truths Told
A group exhibition collaboratively curated by artists Molly Hassler, Vaughan Larsen, Howard Leu, Valaria Tatera, and Woodland Pattern's Art Director, Marla Sanvick. The Shapes of Truths Told features works by Katie Avila Loughmiller, Siara Berry, Lois Bielefeld, Phoenix S Brown, David Najib Kasir, Nykoli Koslow, Anika Kowalik, okja kwon, Fatima Laster, and Ck Ledesma.
February — April 2021
Photographs by Howard Leu
June – September 2020
New works on paper by Roberto Harrison.
February – May 2020
Featuring decks and original works by Maggie Bard, Chicome Itzcuintli, Gabriella Santiago-Vancak, Bran Sólo, Matt Stansberry, and David Wilson. Curated by Laurence Ross.
We acknowledge that in Milwaukee we live and work on traditional Potawatomi, Ho-Chunk, and Menominee homelands along the southwest shores of Michigami, part of North America’s largest system of freshwater lakes, where the Milwaukee, Menominee, and Kinnickinnic rivers meet and the people of Wisconsin’s sovereign Anishinaabe, Ho-Chunk, Menominee, Oneida, and Mohican nations remain present.
We further acknowledge the grave evil colonialism introduced to these lands through genocide as well as slavery, and also via racist and xenophobic beliefs, laws, and practices that continue to inflict harm upon Black, brown, and Indigenous lives. We honor those who have lived—and do live, now—at these intersections of identity and experience, and are committed to the active dismantling of white supremacy.
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Milwaukee, WI 53212
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