- Open 7 days
- 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1234 W Tory Hill St, Milwaukee, WI 53233
This collaboration between the Haggerty Museum of Art and the Ott Memorial Writing Center at Marquette University invites members of the campus community to enjoy two art forms – visual art and language arts – together.
Find specially selected artworks paired with viewing and writing prompts that promote emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing.
Watch the video recording of "Our Roots Say that We’re Sisters: An Image of Hope", a virtual conversation with Marquette mural artist Mauricio Ramirez and the inspirational women represented in it.
Spend some time with art. This fifty-minute session incorporates art viewing strategies, mindfulness techniques, a recorded discussion, and time for personal growth.
Enjoy this limited-series podcast featuring artworks from our Focus on the Visual Arts and Water Across the Curriculum offerings.
Watch this recording of a guided art and visioning session as we explore our collective road to democracy. An art demonstration and talk back took place during this program presented by Metcalfe Park, Imagine MKE, and the Haggerty Museum of Art.
Surf our YouTube channel for videos about everything from Keith Haring's mural to interviews with Marquette University faculty members.
Explore over 150 high-resolution images, many from the Museum's collection, and numerous online exhibitions in the Haggerty Museum of Art's Google Arts & Culture site.
Read our blog to see how the Haggerty's work extends into the Milwaukee community. Spoiler alert: public art installations, local artists, and impassioned community members are involved!
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