WI Craft Annual Members Meeting

  • 22 Mar 2022
  • 6:00 PM
  • Virtual


  • Free

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Join us for our first Annual Members Meeting for our new organization, WI Craft. 

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The meeting will begin with our keynote speaker, Annemarie Sawkins, co-author of A Creative Place: The History of Wisconsin Art. Followed by a brief update of WI Craft news. Afterwards, we will begin our "social", giving everyone the opportunity to meet other makers in the state. Members will be separated into two breakout sessions. First to meet other makers in their media field and then into regional groups around the state.

A Creative Place: The History of Wisconsin Art

Annemarie and fellow art scholar Tom Lidtke, a former art instructor and artist who has spent three decades leading museums and chronicling Wisconsin’s rich art history, are co-authors of the newly published book, A Creative Place: The History of Wisconsin Art.

In celebration of the publication of their new book, the Cedarburg Art Museum is hosting The History of Wisconsin Art Exhibition: A Creative Place. This exhibition will continue through May 8, 2022.

Below is a link from the Cedarburg Art Museum, which provides further information on this wonderful book and how you may purchase it if you wish. There is also additional information on the exhibit and the museum.

History of Wisconsin Art Book | cedarburgartmuseum

If you are interested in purchasing the book, and don’t wish to drive to Cedarburg, Annemarie does have copies available for you. Annemarie’s address is 4100 N. Morris Blvd. Shorewood, WI 53211. You may contact her at 612-850-5155

Annemarie Sawkins is a Milwaukee-based-curator, art historian, and recent co-author of A Creative Place: The History of Wisconsin Art (2021). She has curated several exhibitions including Art Japan 2021–1921, Afghan War Rugs: The Modern Art of Central Asia (2014), and More on Less: The History of Burlesque in America from Lydia Thompson to Amber Ray (2015), and traveled exhibitions to museums across the United States. From 1999 to 2012, she was a curator at the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University. 

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