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Katy Cowan
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Getting Ready For Milwaukee !

Rena Sternberg is pleased to announce a trip to Milwaukee, Wisconsin as the final art tour of a successful Spring 2015 tour season! The Milwaukee tour will consist of a visit to the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee’s Institute of Visual Art to view a mixed media group show exploring the pressing theme of environmentalism and its sociopolitical consequences. Following a tasty lunch, we will also visit the studios of Richard Galling and Katy Cowan for a behind-the-scenes look at the work of these Milwaukee-based artists.

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Please call Rena at 847.835.0202 for more information.

With over 25 years of professional experience, Rena Sternberg provides art consulting and advisory services for collectors and enthusiasts of contemporary art. Her keen eye for emerging artists, as well as her educational approach, enables her to advise clients in the selection and placement of artwork in homes, offices, and businesses. Whether it’s developing an entire comprehensive collection, purchasing an individual piece of art, or help with framing and installation, Rena’s experience in the field allows her to provide the best objective professional guidance.

Additionally, Rena leads unique and captivating art tours in the art districts of Chicago. The art tours are a wonderful way to educate oneself about the ins and outs of the contemporary art scene. The tours consist of visits to contemporary art galleries, private collections, artist’s studios and museums. Rena also creates custom tours for corporate groups, entertaining clients, and special occasions such as birthdays, tailoring the program to come up with a tour guaranteed to meet individual or group needs. She is the former owner of Rena Sternberg Gallery in Glencoe, Illinois. Rena spent 3 years as President of the Women’s Board of The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and still remains an active member of the Women’s Board and Emerge Group of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and the Society for Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.