Reagan students’ work on display for Gallery Night and Day

MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee’s 25th Gallery Night and Day (hosted October 19th and 20th) will feature diverse artwork created by Senior IB Visual Art students from Ronald Reagan High School. Gallery Night and Day involves 70 venues in downtown Milwaukee and draws an enormous crowd of art lovers to this premier art event.

Twenty pieces of high quality artwork created by Reagan’s seniors will be displayed at SPiN Milwaukee. SPiN is a Third Ward participant in Gallery Night and Day, featuring an insight into the art world of the future.

RHS Senior Visual Art Display

Gallery Night and Day

SPiN Milwaukee (233 E. Chicago Street)

October 19th, 2012 | October 20th, 2012

   5:00-9:00 p.m. | 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


This stunning display of MPS student artwork within the community is the result of a collaborative effort between Kim Abler (MPS Art Curriculum Specialist), Molly Quirk (MPS Office of Communications), Marcia Wayer, (SPiN Milwaukee Director of Marketing), and Chad Sperzel-Wuchtel (IB Visual Arts Department Chair of Ronald Reagan High School).

Milwaukee Public Schools is Wisconsin’s largest school district, serving nearly 80,000 students in more than 160 schools across the city. U.S. News and World Report named MPS’ Rufus King International School and Ronald Wilson Reagan College Preparatory High School the two best high schools in the state and among the 200 best in the country in 2012. In the past year, Milwaukee Public Schools posted a growing graduation rate 17 points higher than the rate for 2000.