MUSEUM CALENDAR

 

 

 

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Villa Luna

Thursday, August 18th | 6:30 P.M. - 9:30 P.M.

 

The 2016 Villa Luna celebration will be presented by the Friends of Villa Terrace on August 18th.

 

Witness the magic of a full moon as it appears over Lake Michigan during Villa Luna, an enchanted evening in the light of the moon, at the Villa Terrace and its Roman gardens. There will be a buffet supper, dessert, complimentary wine and beer, cash bar and live music. A moonlit garden tour will be given in the middle of the evening and we will have a powerful telescope for viewing the moon close up. Come in your favorite toga or coctail party attire.

 

$75 for members. $80 non-members.
$50 Young Friends under 39 and under, limited availability.

RSVP: Call or email Barb Varney 1.414.501.3022. BARB@BEVCONSULTINGLLC.COM

 

Villa Luna is held biennially by the Friends of Villa Terrace. Proceeds support the Garden at Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum. Save the date! For Villa Terrace Gala In The Garden July 22, 2017.

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Tea on the Terrace

Sunday, August 21st | 3:00 pm
- 5:00 pm

Please join us at the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum for our sixth annual Tea on the Terrace. Enjoy music by Anthony Deutsch, delicious sandwiches and desserts, complimentary hand massages, Patricia O'Brien's fabulous designer cookes and of course, delicious & healthy teas from our new tea sponsor, Urbal Tea. Hats are encouraged, it is very bright on our Terrace.

 

Members $20, Non-Members $25, Children 12/under $10

 

RSVP with Events Manager Michael Keiley 414 278 8295 x5. Please purchase tickets or RSVP prior to August, 21st. Tickets available at - teaontheterrace.bpt.me

 

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Into The Garden


September 8th, 11th, 13th, 14th | Rain Date - Sept. 18

 

Follow Wild Space Dace Company Into the Garden at the Villa Terrace this September for one of its signature site-based events. Performers will lead audiences from the Mercury Courtyard to the Renaissance Garden, with Roy Staab's Shadow  Dance as a centerpiece.  Against the dramatic backdrop of Lake Michigan at dusk, intimate dance sketches and tableaus will unfold in and around Shadow  Dance, the Scaletta d'Aqua, the terrace and garden arbors for an unforgettable evening. Look for more information this summer!

 

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Artist Studio Bus Tour

Thursday, September 29th | 6:00 pm
- 9:00 pm

Take a look behind the scenes and see where art is made in Milwaukee! The Villa Terrace will take you on a bus tour to the studios of working artists in Milwaukee. One complimentary drink provided. Visit us here for forthcoming details.

 

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Roy Staab

Nature In Three Parts


June 5 - September 18, 2016

The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum is delighted to announce its first-ever commission for a site-specific installation in the museum's Renaissance Garden. Nature In Three Parts features the work of Milwaukee-based environmental artist Roy Staab. The exhibition encompasses Shadow Dance, the premiere of Staab's newest site-specific installation in the Villa's lower garden; Suspended in Time, a survey of photographs highlighting his previous national and international installations in the museum's galleries; and Beyond Baskets, an exhibition curated by Staab with works on loan from the collection of Jan Serr and John Shannon. Beyond Baskets includes works by Joe Hogan, Ueno Masao, Francina and Neil Prince, Deborah Smith, Polly Adams Sutton, Leslie Wilcox, Hiroi Yasushi, and Jiro Yonezawa.

An artist’s reception will open the exhibition on Thursday, June 2, 2016 from 6:00–8:00 p.m. with remarks by Roy Staab at 7 p.m. (general admission applies)

 

The exhibition and sculpture publicly debut Sunday, June 5 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. as part of the official Renaissance Garden Opening (free admission!)

 

Staab will be in attendance from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. to answer your questions and discuss his environmental site-specific sculpture. The public opening coincides with the official opening of the Villa’s Renaissance garden featuring a plant and gelato sale, bluegrass music from 10:30 to 12:30 p.m., and museum tours. Forthcoming events include a dance performance by Wild Space Dance Company and a panel discussion in conjunction with the exhibition closing.

 

Nature In Three Parts is sponsored by Plumb Press, with additional support from The Friends of Villa Terrace and Milwaukee County Parks.

 

Roy Staab: Nature in Three Parts on Facebook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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