A Milwaukee Artist’s Guide to What’s Cool in the City by Laura Ratliff

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Milwaukee might not be the first word when asked to think of an art destination, but the Midwestern city has a thriving gallery scene, a population of world-class artists, and a unique network of spaces—even a hotel—for them to build community and hone their craft. Milwaukee native and local artist Nykoli Koslow, whose vivid works explore gender, sexuality, and agency, took TripSavvy on an art-focused tour of his hometown.

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When Saint Kate opened in July 2019, it proudly announced itself not only as a collector and promoter of the arts but also as a champion for midwestern artists. Gallery space shows off work by Wisconsin natives, which translates to the rooms; five rooms were given to artists as completely blank canvases.

Laura Ratliff, TripSavvy

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