Art lovers, "The Warehouse" is open again for all to peruse for free
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--Life is a little more normal for you art aficionados. "The Warehouse," an alternative arts exhibition and research center, just reopened after a 4-month shut down due to the pandemic. The gallery, located in Milwaukee's Design District off St. Paul Avenue in the Menomonee Valley, had heavily relied on a virtual reality since March. But now patrons can see the new "I Am A Story" exhibit firsthand for free. It's a variety of autobiographical works from 54 artists in ten different countries. If you do pay a visit, realize safety is a high standard.
Gallery manager Cody Schreck says the one priority making sure people feel safe. He says he wants them to be comfortable in the space. There's really no touching of anything. Plus he believes the mask rule and limited amount of people help as well.
The Warehouse is restricting the number of visitors to 15 an hour. You must make a reservation in advance. The days of operation are only Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 am until 4 pm. Click here for all the information about this gallery.