Photos from July Social Club Gathering at Colectivo Coffee featuring Black Cat Alley Muralists

L to R: Brandon Minga, Emma Daisy, David Najib Kasir, Tia Richardson, Big Shot, and Ken Brown.

Today we had our Social Club Gatherings at Colectivo Coffee on the Eastside of Milwaukee. Our topic was the Black Cat Alley (BCA) Mural Project and the work of 6 BCA muralists. In attendance we had Ken Brown, Emma Daisy, David Najib Kasir, Tia Richardson, Brandon Minga, and Big Shot. The panel discussion was moderated by Antoine Carter of Black Cat Alley. A special thanks to Elizabeth Brodek, Executive Director of the Eastside Business Improvement District and Stacey Williams-Ng, co-founder of Black Cat Alley. 

The goal of the social club gatherings is to bring people together to learn about and enjoy the local arts.

They are scheduled on a monthly basis throughout Wisconsin.

Every visit is hosted by someone working in the arts industry with each venue having a 2-hour program for education, networking, and creative engagement. Social Club Gatherings are organized by Frank Juarez.

Upcoming social club gatherings for 2019: these events are free and open to the public.  We recommend to RSVP for the event. 

  • August 3, 3-5pm | IDEA Center, 1039B Ellis Street, Stevens Point 54481. RSVP here
  • September 13, Time: TBA | The Pink Llama Gallery, W62N580 Washington Ave, Cedarburg 53012
  • October 12, 3-5pm | Rahr-West Art Museum, 610 N 8th St, Manitowoc 54220
  • November 9, 1-3pm | Arts Council, 303 N Franklin Street, Port Washington 53074
  • December 14, Time: TBA | 1635 W. St. Paul Avenue, Milwaukee 53233


To about hosting a social club gathering, please fill out the form below. 

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