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The Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists program annually awards unrestricted funds to emerging and established local artists to support the creation of new work, or the completion of work in progress. Established Artist -Tom Berenz, and Lois Bielefeld. Emerging Artist - Sara Caron, Sky Hopinka, and Ariana Vaeth.
In 2003, when the Greater Milwaukee Foundation decided to use a portion of a bequest from artist Mary L. Nohl to underwrite a fellowship program for individual artists, it made a major investment in local artists who historically lacked access to financial support. Over the course of fifteen cycles, ninety-six fellowships have been awarded. Most recipients have remained in the greater Milwaukee area. To commemorate this significant milestone, the Haggerty is exhibiting a selection of work by former Nohl Fellows.
This exhibition features a small selection of works by revered Wisconsin artist, educator, and innovator Elsa Ulbricht, along with objects from the nationally acclaimed Milwaukee Handicraft Project.
The Haggerty Museum of Art’s institutional genetic code is formed by a collection of over 6,000 works of art acquired over more than a century. This summer the museum continues HMA DNA: Collection Highlights, an ongoing exhibition of work from the museum’s collection.