Ballet! Bulldogs! Bicycles! Buildings! 2500 yards of ribbon. 100 pointe shoes.

All to celebrate the grand opening of our new home, the Baumgartner Center for Dancewith a colorful street art project that showcases that ballet is for everyone!

Photo: Nat DavauerJoin the celebration by snapping a photo of one of the installations and posting to social media with hashtags #MKEBallet!

Stop by any of the following locations to see the wrapping in person:

  • Baumgartner Center for Dance – 128 N. Jackson Street
  • Catalano Square – 320 E. Menomonee Street
  • Cathedral Square – 520 E. Wells Street
  • Colectivo Lakefront – 1701 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive
  • Fiserv Forum Deer District – 1111 Vel R. Phillips Avenue
  • Grain Exchange – 225 E. Michigan Street
  • The Hop MKE Station – Historic Third Ward EB
  • The Hop MKE Station – Historic Third Ward WB
  • Juneau Park – 900 N. Prospect Avenue
  • Lakefront path between Milwaukee Art Museum and Harbor House
  • Lincoln Memorial Drive – between Milwaukee County War Memorial and the Lagoon
  • Milwaukee Public Library: Central Library – 814 W. Wisconsin Avenue
  • Mitchell Building – 207 E. Michigan Street
  • Musical Freeway Entrance – N. Harbor Drive and N. Lincoln Memorial Drive
  • North Point Lighthouse – 2650 N. Wahl Avenue
  • Northwestern Mutual – E. Mason Street between N. Prospect Street. and N. Van Buren Street
  • Pabst Theater – 144 E. Wells Street
  • Riverwalk – west side of River between East Pleasant Street and East Cherry Street
  • Walker’s Point Fence across from Mural of Peace – 611 W. National Avenue

At Milwaukee Ballet, our mission is to create a rich and diverse community through inspiring dance performance, education, and community engagement. Learn more about our Company and our new home, the Baumgartner Center for Dance.


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Michael Pink is the longest serving artistic director in Milwaukee Ballet’s history. Since arriving in 2002, he has demonstrated his commitment to the future of dance through new work, education, and collaboration. His artistic vision for Milwaukee Ballet continues to excite and challenge.

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