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Milwaukee Kitchen Viewing Party \\// Thank You! by Paul Druecke

Thanks to everyone who stopped by Woodland Pattern to help us celebrate. A delightful evening with talks/performances by Ariana Vaeth doing a live event drawing, Christina Ward on The Settlement CookbookFlora Coker and Chuck Stebelton reading from Lorine Niedecker’s A Cooking Book, and Casey Seymour performing an exquisite version of Mike the Mailman from his forthcoming album and (spoiler alert) MK’s next episode. Coming soon!

May 10th | Milwaukee Kitchen Viewing Party @ Woodland Pattern 6 - 8 PM by Paul Druecke

Thanks to Milwaukee Magazine and 88Nine RadioMilwaukee for shouting out Milwaukee Kitchen’s upcoming Viewing Party at Woodland pattern. We’re celebrating a successful Season One and raising funds for Season Two! Not to be missed, we hope to see you there.

Meet Milwaukee Kitchen’s Cast and Crew • Watch Season One Episodes projected in the Gallery • Enjoy impromptu performances • Bring a dish for the Potluck • Share your favorite kitchen stories • Learn ChefD’s secret for staying calm • Support Season Two Production

LocuStLed @Woodland Pattern | curated by Paul Druecke by Paul Druecke

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Messages contributed by Alec Finlay Anika Wilson Anne Bray Arijit Sen Assaf Evron Brenda Cárdenas Chuck Stebelton Dan Torop Debra Brehmer Donna Stonecipher Jason S. Yi Jennifer Delos Reyes Joshua Martin Ballew Kate Sierzputowski Margaret Noodin Martha Wilson Matt Cook Alderman Michael J. Murphy Michelle Grabner/Brad Killam Monique Meloche Nick Tobier Nirmal Raja Riverwest Coop Riverwest Yogashala Robert J. Baumann Roberto Harrison Roger White Sabina Ott Santiago Cucullu Sara Krajewski Sector 2337 Shalem Healing Inc. Stacy Szymaszek Stephanie Barber Temporary Art Review Thalia Field Theresa Columbus Thomas Hellstrom Tyanna Buie Zach Hill

LocuStLed displays messages from a curated selection of individuals via a vintage-style LED sign in the window of the Woodland Pattern Book Center in Milwaukee Wisconsin. The LED's contents will loop twenty-four hours a day, presenting a non-stop collage to the working-class neighborhood of Riverwest and the people passing through it. The project pays homage to Jenny Holzer's pioneering work with information systems.