When an artist’s vision comes to life, one of the most exciting pieces to their creative puzzle is sharing it with the world. For local organization, ART Milwaukee, showcasing local artist’s work through exclusive, interactive and always unique ways, has become quite an art form itself.
ART Milwaukee has a one-of-a-kind flair for engaging both art enthusiasts and everyone in between with their local art events; specifically their ART Jamborees. An ART Jamboree simply put, is a traveling interactive art gallery. Each ART Jamboree contributes to the enhancement of local businesses by highlighting their contributions to the city, but also presents Milwaukee with a splendor of local artists and their depictions through every medium of art. Each ART Jamboree invites guest to stimulate themselves socially and mentally though interaction with other attendees and through live displays of art.
On November 3, ART Milwaukee presents their latest ART Jamboree at the very chic “Aloft Hotel” in downtown Milwaukee. The event will take place from 6-11 p.m. During this ART Jamboree, six rooms will showcase a different medium of art. Guests are encouraged to explore each room in addition to the most prominent part of the jamboree, the interactive art gallery showcase.
The event will also include live music and ten other local artists showcasing their work within Aloft’s WXYZ bar.
As guests make their way through each display, they will be delighted by what the second floor of the hotel has to offer. From the premier of Uncle Larry’s newest music video and an art installation by Billy Judge Baldus to an act by Pink Banana Theater, live performance art by Arturo De La Mesa, a photo shoot by Jon Canny and a holistic health presentation by Milwaukee Odyssey, the second floor aims to please all.
The sixth and final room within the ART Jamboree will be one of “audience choice.” It will remain a mystery to each guest until they visit the room for themselves. Should you wish to be considered for the sixth room or have a suggestion for this room, send your information to ART Milwaukee’s social media accounts no later than October 28.
Jeremy Fojut, President of ART Milwaukee said, “We’ve been searching for a partner like the Aloft Hotels for some time now with the means and passion to make the ‘Rooms’ concept a reality. This is a great opportunity for both organizations to support local artists and connect with the city through a unique, creative experience.”
For more information on the event, please visit the event website.