Get WILD with opera and dance this weekend in Milwaukee

Get WILD with opera and dance this weekend in Milwaukee

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Arts Express, your guide to Milwaukee’s arts scene. Wednesday mornings at 8 am, Dori Zori sits down with John and Kat from the Shepherd Express to talk about the galleries, performances, exhibits, and artists you can see each week in the city we call home.

Tune in Wednesday mornings at 8 am and online at radiomilwaukee.org.

Opera AND dance performed by creatures and insects? This week we talk with John Jahns about the upcoming Handel’s Bestiary show at The Lynden Sculpture Garden and Kat Kneevers gets us excited about Summer with The Lakefront Festival of the Arts. Also, Claire Stiglianis’ new exhibition at the Tory Follaird Gallery.

Listen to this week’s show below.

Opera AND dance performed by creatures and insects? This week we talk with John Jahns about the upcoming Handel’s Bestiary show at The Lynden Sculpture Garden.

Stroll the grounds in search of the menagerie inspired by Donna Leon’s Handel’s Bestiary: In Search of Animals in Handel’s Operas when Danceworks Performance Company and Milwaukee Opera Theatre reunite at Lynden for a collaboration featuring an intergenerational cast of creatures.

Kat Kneevers gets us excited about Summer with The Lakefront Festival of the Arts.

Also, Claire Stiglianis’ new exhibition at the Tory Follaird Gallery.

Claire Stigliani creatively expresses her ideas of femininity, sexuality, beauty, desire, and female empowerment through paintings, drawings, puppet theaters and videos. In timeless spaces filled with historical portraits, literature, and pop-culture references, Stigliani places fairy tale like characters often based on her own personal identity.