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CommUnity EVENTS

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DIY Sign-Making Stations

Various Protests in 2020

LUNA members banded together to set up pop-up stations with cardboard signs at a few protests in Milwaukee. Protestors received free water and gathered to easily create signs with cardboard and spray paint with messages supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Pop-UP MKE Grand
Opening Block Printing 

September 2019

During the launch of LUNA's new exhibition space and storefront, LUNA member's hosted a free block-printing workshop to coincide with our Superstition's Exhibition.

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MAM Workshop,
Community Banner Painting

October 2018

LUNA set up a table during the Kohl’s Art Generation Family Sundays: Wisconsin Artists program in the Milwaukee Art Museum, inviting the community to stop by and paint a banner together.

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SilverCity International Festival
Community Block Printing

September 7th, 2019

SilverCity International Festival is an annual street festival located in the Silver City neighborhood in Milwaukee, WI. It features food, music, dance and art from the diverse cultures in our neighborhood and around our city. LUNA displayed several member's artwork and hosted a printmaking workshop.

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The Milwaukee Women’s Art Library Round Table: The MWAL Intergenerational Exchange

August 25th, 2019

LUNA took part in donating work to the Milwaukee Women's Art Library, created by curator Ashley Janke, that is currently housed at the Charles Allis Museum. Members also participated in a panel regarding how women and non-binary artists in Milwaukee are documented and remembered.

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FRIDA Fest MKE,
Paletero Cart Painting

July 6th & 7th, 2019

FRIDA FEST Milwaukee aims to promote Latino artists in South Eastern Wisconsin by highlighting the works and writings of the icon Frida Kahlo in a two day interactive cultural art festival. The festival featured local artisan vendors with unique Frida inspired works, mini petting zoo, face painting, painting classes and crafting opportunities, food vendors, live performances, and most importantly an interactive “Voces de Frida” “Voices of Frida” art installation by local artist and videographer Francheska Gomez.