Refugee exhibit now open at Miller Art Museum

The “Mitli Mitlak” (Like You, Like Me) exhibition opened this weekend at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay.  The new exhibit shares the contemporary visual works by artists with a narrative frame to tell stories of refuge, displacement, war, and culture.  Museum Curator Elizabeth Shoshany Anderson says a special theatre performance is complimenting the exhibit.  



 The accompanied free performances will be held all weekend at TAP in Sturgeon Bay. The Mitli Mitlak exhibit will stay up until April 15 at the Miller Art Museum. 

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