Your Guide to September’s Arts Festivals
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1st Art Festival of the Third District
Dozens of artists will be available for this juried show. They’ll be doing demonstrations and hanging out in booths to chat with attendees about their work, the arts scene, and more. Plus, an interactive tent for kids makes this a good spot for parents to nurture an aspiring Picasso.
WALK: September 3-4, 300 block of North Broadway
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2. Exhibition of Starving Artists
For $10, you can attend Mount Mary University’s annual show, where each artwork sells for less than $125. Visit the tents of nearly 200 artists to browse affordable works ranging from painters and sculptors to photographers and glass artists.
WALK: 11 Sep 2900 Menomonee River Pkwy.
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3. Bay View Gallery Night
Bars, breweries, restaurants, galleries and shops in this trendy neighborhood open their doors on this busy night. Each spot puts its own twist on art programming, like The Crafty Cow, which has artists Danny Duffy and Bigshot Robot talking about the mural they painted on the outside of the restaurant.
WALK: September 30, view of the bay
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