MEDUSA JR

August 23, 2019 @ 6:00 pm August 25, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

MEDUSA JR is a theatrical performance celebrating the lives of pioneering women. 6 original monologues, written, produced and directed by local women will be performed by a diverse cast of local talented actresses (ages 8-14). Our goal at MEDUSA JR is to empower them, support them and show them that everything is possible!

With this show, the audience will be brought back in time, to ‘meet’ these pioneering women as if they were young girls today. The audience will witness how, even at a young age, these young girls were already strong and determined to change the world! We also aim to inspire others to fight for what they believe in! 

Three performances:

Members FREE; Non-Members $10

No Studios screening room: 1037 W. McKinley Avenue

Note that the surface lot next to the building is permit-only. The nearest parking garage is located at Brewery Parking Garage 1213 N 9th Street.

Details

Start:
August 23 @ 6:00 pm
End:
August 25 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free – $10
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Organizer

Nō Studios
Phone:
414-394-7106
Email:
info@nostudios.com
Website:
https://community.nostudios.com

Nō Studios

1037 W. McKinley Avenue, Suite 100
Milwaukee, WI 53205 United States
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414-394-7106
https://community.nostudios.com

Women Developers Sparking Community Investment

August 15, 2019 @ 10:30 am 1:00 pm

Sparking Community Investment: Women Developers Revitalizing Neighborhoods and Creating Wealth

Racism and access to capital have long been barriers to development in Milwaukee’s central city. Join us for a conversation with four dynamic real estate developers whose innovative projects are bucking that trend and creating wealth and opportunity in under-served neighborhoods. Learn how they challenged the myth that philanthropy and profit can’t go hand in hand, and made community good a priority AND profitable. We’ll also begin to explore what lessons can be learned to advance a more equitable economic development landscape here in the in the Madison region.
Sharon Adams, HN Development, stimulated more than $25M in commercial developments in the Lindsay Heights neighborhood and is currently re-developing Adams Garden Park, an environmental hub including commercial space for organizations promoting green jobs in Milwaukee.

Melissa Goins, Maures Development Group, has developed nine buildings that total 400 apartments and 20,000 square feet of commercial space, including the reborn America’s Black Holocaust Museum, a legacy of Dr. James Cameron.

Juli Kaufmann, FIX Development, started her career with the Clock Tower Building and most recently re-developed the historic Wally Schmidt Tavern, 18th & Fond du Lac, which is home to FCI’s Milwaukee office along with The Tandem restaurant.

JoAnne Johnson-Sabir, Juice Kitchen, is the co-owner of the Juice Kitchen and together with Juli Kaufmann, co-developed Sherman Phoenix, a vibrant and diverse business center that literally rose from the ashes of Milwaukee’s 2016 riots and fires.

MODERTED BY JESSICA CAVAZOS
President & CEO, Latino Chamber of Commerce

Cost is only $10.00, and includes lunch catered by Dobahn Restaurant.

In need of a scholarship to attend? Email us at ulgm@ulgm.org.

Host through a partnership between Forward Community Investments and Urban League of Greater Madison. 

Financial support from Stone House Development.

Details

Date:
August 15
Time:
10:30 am – 1:00 pm
Cost:
$10
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Organizer

Urban League of Greater Madison
Phone:
(608) 729-1200
Website:
http://www.ulgm.org

Urban League of Greater Madison

2222 S Park St., Ste. 200
Madison, WI 53713 United States
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