‘Factory Made’ Exhibit Explores Industry, Environment

The Miller Art Museum will present Factory Made: Artists Explore the Industrial Scar June 5 – July 19. The exhibit will focus on industry’s impact on the environment and citizens’ role in environmental changes.

Work by Brendan Baylor, James Cagle, Holli Jacobson, Melissa Resch and Katie Ries in the main galleries will explore how industry shapes the landscape and alters the environment. Contrasting works by Theodore Czebotar, Ed Fenendael, Brett Kosmider and Marco Romantini on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine remove industry from the equation and highlight the relationships among humans, animals and wilderness.

Reis will be a featured presenter during the July 11 episode of the museum’s Second Thursday series, when she’ll conduct a Land Scouts exploratory walk around the museum’s perimeter. She and the participants will discuss the basics of land scouting and create maps based on their findings.

Learn more about programming and the current COVID-19 protocols at the museum, 107 S. 4th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, at or by calling 920.746.0707.

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