• Address 720 East Locust Street | Milwaukee, WI 53212
  • Phone 414.263.5001
  • Hours Tue-Fri 11-8pm | Sat-Sun 12-5pm | Closed Mon
  • Hours Tue-Fri 11-8pm, Sat-Sun 12-5pm, Closed Mon
Event Calendar
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readings & workshops
April 6 - Jun 27

Book Club: Readshops led by Karl Gartung

readings & workshops
July 3 - Dec 30

Dhamma MKE

exhibitions
October 5 - Nov 24

Chain of Events: Tyanna Buie

readings & workshops
October 22 - Dec 31

Welcome Home!: A Veterans Writing Group

readings & workshops
November 10 - Dec 8

Shifty Subjects and Unexpected Endings

special events
November 16

39th Anniversary Gala

performances
November 17

Alternating Currents Live presents: Ernest Dawkins’ Boglifier Project

readings & workshops
November 21

Poetry Reading: Kimberly Blaeser & William Stobb

November 28

CLOSED

readings & workshops
December 5

Poetry Reading: Bryon Cherry, Sam Pekarske, Bethany Price, and Kelly Sexton

film & video
December 6

aCinema presents Nervous Translation

exhibitions
December 8 - Jan 26

To Sight's Limit

readings & workshops
December 12

Poetry Reading: Eric Baus & Siwar Masannat

readings & workshops
December 13

Reading: Milwaukee Queer Writing Project

special events
December 15 -15

Woodland Pattern's Annual Open House

performances
December 19

Formations Series for New and Improvised Music

December 23 - Jan 1

CLOSED

readings & workshops
Dec 12 Thursday, December 12
7:00pm, $Give What You Can

Eric Baus is the author of The Tranquilized Tongue (City Lights, 2014), How I Became a Hum (Octopus, 2019), and three other books of poetry. He is a faculty mentor and assistant director of the Low-Residency Mile High MFA program at Regis University in Denver, Colorado.

Siwar Masannat is Jordanian writer, the author of 50 Water Dreams (Cleveland State University Poetry Center 2015), and a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Siwar’s poetry recently appeared in Colorado Review, poem-a-day, Whiskey Island Magazine, and Resist Much/Obey Little: Inaugural Poems to the Resistance.


Made possible with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.