Opening reception set for Cedarburg Art Museum Wisconsin

    An opening reception for the new exhibit at the Cedarburg Art Museum, “The History of Wisconsin Art: A Creative Place,” will be held from 2:30 to 4:30 and 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22.
    The exhibit is curated by Ric Hartman, an avid collector of historic Wisconsin artwork and owner of the Gallery of Wisconsin.
    The exhibit celebrates the completion  of the first publication to document the 13,000-year history of art in Wisconsin. The book, written by Thomas Lidtke and Annemarie Sawkins and published by the Cedarburg Art Museum, tells the story of the state’s artistic past through a thoughtfully curated collection of artwork.
    The authors will sign copies of the book from 3 to 4 p.m. and 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
    Masks are required inside the museum, and only 50 people will be allowed inside at a time.
    Depending on the weather, the Lakefront Brewery Carriage Tap House will be open with an outdoor heated tent nearby and the museum parking lot may be closed.  
    Street parking is available on Washington Avenue and Cleveland Street.
     A wheelchair accessible entrance is in the rear of the museum.
     The museum is at W63 N675 Washington Ave.
    For more information, call 377-6123 or visit



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