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Published on Apr 27, 2017
RISE and SHINE: Bronzeville, Milwaukee A Bronzeville Autumn Collaborative Project
Rise and Shine is the first episode in our series of short documentary videos about the re-emergence of the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District in Milwaukee. Through Bronzeville Autumn, we are bringing together culture, history, art, commerce, and community rooted in this rich urban tradition. This first episode is comprised of interviews with key stakeholders including Ald. Milele Coggs of the City of Milwaukee, Deshea Agee of the King Drive Business Improvement District and Melissa Goins of CUPED Corporation, along with a window into the neighborhood and programs connected to this current cultural development transformation.
Bronzeville Autumn is an initiative of CUPED Corporation, Jazale’s Art Studio, Friends of Bronzeville and MKE-LAX, in collaboration with the City of Milwaukee, Alderwoman Milele Coggs and the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District. MKE-LAX is currently an artist-in-residence at Jazale’s Art Studio in Bronzeville.
Produced by CUPED Corporation Directed by MKE-LAX Camera by Jamál Currie and Zoë Darling Edit by Jamál Currie Photography and graphics by Friends of Bronzeville and Google Maps
Music by Duke Ellington: Such Sweet Thunder, Ryan Little: Tuesday Morning, Kesta: As The Day Escapes
Support was generously provided by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation through the Marvin W. Haesle Fund for the Arts, the Patricia Ray Howell Fund, and the Martin Luther King Memorial Fund.