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Tim Grove and Mary Trigianno
05/03/16 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Understanding how trauma response influences behavior has the power to unlock all forms of human potential - from the world of child welfare and the court system to the world of corporate Milwaukee. This presentation will introduce members to this new science, focusing on the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study. They will also discuss what a trauma response looks like and what professionals across all walks of Milwaukee can do to create a Trauma Informed Community. Tim Grove is the Chief Clinical Officer at SaintA and Mary Trigianno is a Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge.

John Norquist
05/10/16 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

John Norquist is the former Mayor of Milwaukee and the retired president of Congress for New Urbanism.  He will talk about Jane Jacobs, author of “Death and Life of Great American Cities", who opposed the powerful urban renewal czar Robert Moses of New York City in his attempt to put a freeway through Washington Square Park, and who would have been 100 on May 4th.  He will talk about  the effect she has had on the development, planning and revitalization of cities in the US and around the world.

Armed Forces Day - Michael Telzrow
05/17/16 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Michael Telzrow, Director of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, will present on "The Role of the Military in Wisconsin", and how the museum depicts Wisconsin's contributions through exhibits and interviews with veterans.  This is our Armed Forces Day program.

More information coming soon!
05/24/16 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Mary Miss - American Artist and Designer
05/31/16 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Mary Miss is an artist and Founder of CALL / City as Living Laboratory. Mary Miss has reshaped the boundaries between sculpture, architecture, landscape design, and installation art by articulating a vision of the public sphere where it is possible for an artist to address the issues of our time. Her remarks will be about Watermarks, which proposes to transform the city of Milwaukee into an Atlas of Water, where a point by point mapping of water related topics occurs at the scale of the city. Starting in the Inner Harbor a constellation of markers can be identified by a series of verticals which will act like oversize ‘map pins’ to highlight pieces of the water story particular to the sites.