Bronzeville Autumn in the Winter

Jazale’s Art Studio
2201 N Martin Luther King Drive, Bronzeville, Milwaukee
(Entrance on Garfield Street)

ART x MUSIC x BRONZEVILLE: Fundraiser for Jazale’s Art Studio
Wednesday, February 15


TICKETS $10 // For tickets Contact Vedale Hill,
Ages 18+

Join us, in Bronzeville, for a night of art, performance, music, culture & community. Proceeds benefit Jazale’s, so you can support a good cause while you have a good time!

ART EXHIBITION // Vedale Hill x Mikal Floyd-Pruitt

MUSIC // Turtlesooup spins his current selection of really good music.

PERFORMANCE //  Bobby Drake, as part of the innovative #LivingRoomTour, performs Never Say Die, his one-hour show about the inner thoughts and feelings of a man torn up by his own ambitions. (This is a really unique experience so don’t miss it!)

Bronzeville Autumn is our second season of art and wellness programs for the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District which included Art House Trap. Bronzeville Autumn is an initiative of CUPED Corporation, Jazale’s Art Studio, Friends of Bronzeville and MKE<->LAX, in collaboration with the City of Milwaukee and Alderwoman Milele Coggs. This season follows the successful launch of #BronzevilleSummer that included the 4th Annual Jazz in the Hood at Garfield School Cultural Campus, the 4th Annual Bronzeville Week, 19th Annual Garfield Blues, Jazz, Gospel and Arts Festival, and Juneteenth Day Parade and Street Festival, as well as performances, exhibitions and youth arts workshops at Jazale’s Art Studio.

Through Bronzeville Autumn, we are continuing the work that has gone into bringing together culture, history, art, commerce, and community rooted in this rich urban tradition of the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District. In collaboration with many community partners, this multifaceted series focuses on art and wellness featuring performances, installations and workshops by local artists, food and crafts with local vendors, health and wellness awareness activities, and community meals. Kickstarted November 5, programs are open to the public and free, with activities for youth and adults.

Support for Bronzeville Autumn is generously provided by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation through the Marvin W. Haesle Fund for the Arts, the Patricia Ray Howell Fund, and the Martin Luther King Memorial Fund; Crescent Cardboard Co, LLC; Bader Philanthropies; and Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee.
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