January 13, 2010

A View of Our City in Three Acts

A View of Our City in Three Acts
Historic Milwaukee’s 2010 Panel Discussion Series
Sponsored by Reinhart, Boerner, Van Deuren s.c.
Moderated by Real Estate Attorney Bruce Block

Registration after the jump!

Location: 1000 North Water St., 21st floor
All discussions begin at 7PM and are preceded by an optional 6PM Cocktail Hour
(admission sold separately)
Enjoy dazzling views with an open bar and heavy hor d’oeuvres. Meet and mingle with the panelists. Reservations Limited!

Prices for Panel Discussions
$10 ea. for HMI, FUEL, Next Gen. Members / $25 for series
$15 ea. for Non Members / $40 for series
$7 ea. for University Students

Prices for Cocktail Hour
$15 ea. for HMI, FUEL, Next Gen. Members / $40 for series
$20 ea. for Non Members / $55 for series

Act I: Thursday, February 25th
What is Historic?! Historic preservation and designation under municipal landmark ordinances.

Alderman Robert Bauman - 6th District, Member of Milwaukee’s Historic Preservation Commission
Jim Draeger - Architectural Historian for the Wisconsin Historical Society
Paul Jakubovich - Preservation Planner for the City of Milwaukee

Act II: Thursday, March 25th
The Healthy Neighborhood Initiaitive: A discussion in conjunction with the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and two treasured Milwaukee neighborhoods, Capitol Heights and Lincoln Village.

Dionne Shaw - Senior Program Officer Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Michael Schubert - Program Consultant for the Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative
Antoinette Vaughn - Capitol Heights Neighborhood
Rebecca Mueller and Alexandra Trumball - Lincoln Village Neighborhood

Act III: Thursday, April 29th
The Nexus of Performing Arts and Architecture: A discussion in conjunction with UPAF. What is the connection between the performing arts, the built environment, a globally competitive local economy, and a unique, differentiated local identity?

Jonathan West - Author of “Milwaukee’s Live Theatre”
Debra Loewen - Artistic Director of Wild Space Dance Co.
Kevin Stalheim - Present Music Artistic Director.
Gary Witt - Executive Director of The Pabst Theatre Foundation, Inc.

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