Wed, Feb 28|
Zimmerman Architectural Studios
Cream City Care Preserving Milwaukee’s Cultural Identity
RESCHEDULED! Past and Future: Engage with Local Efforts Dedicated to Preserving Milwaukee’s Cultural Identity.
Time & Location
Feb 28, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Zimmerman Architectural Studios, 2122 W Mt Vernon Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233, USA
About the event
Travel back in time with us as we celebrate Milwaukee's rich architectural heritage and the influential role women have played in shaping the city's urban landscape. You're invited to an enthralling evening dedicated to discussing the commendable efforts of the Milwaukee Preservation Alliance.
Join us at the historical former Milwaukee Gas Light West Wide Works Building, now the residence of Zimmerman Architectural Studios. Emma Rudd, the Executive Director of the Milwaukee Preservation Alliance, will take you on a journey through their inspiring work and provide insights on how you can become involved in preserving Milwaukee's history.
This is a unique opportunity to pay tribute to the stories and accomplishments that have defined our city, bridging the gap between the past and present. It also serves as a source of inspiration for a collective commitment to preserving Milwaukee's architectural legacy. The event promises to connect you with the city's rich historical and cultural identity and the local designers who are dedicated to shaping Milwaukee's remarkable history. Don't miss out!
Emma Rudd | Director of the Milwaukee Preservation Alliance
In partnership with the Milwaukee Preservation Alliance
Sponsored by Zimmerman Architectural Studios
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