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Walker's Point Artists Association, Inc./Gallery 218

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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WPAA,Inc.,founded in 1990,is an all volunteer, artist- run space in Milwaukee,WI.,-Gallery 218. Located in the Historic Third Ward now, just South of downtown. The facility is host to art exhibitions and other events,such as film screenings.Shows change monthly.Gallery 218 is managed by our President and the general membership:artists who wish to pursue and present their work in a cooperative environment. WPAA, Gallery 218 and gallery218.com are funded by membership dues, individual donations,and 25% of art sales. On going Exhibition opportunities are available to member-artists. Invited artists for "gallery Nights" four times a year. New members are welcome. Membership requirements include: Annual dues, monthly fees, gallery sitting, resume, 10 slides or photos, a one year commitment. Artists learn gallery operations and presenation skills while networking with their peers. Our community is exposed to the talented artists in this area.WPPA/Gallery218 participates in Third Ward Merchant events throughout the year and collects food for the Hunger Task Force, and donates art to various auctions.

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