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This section contains announcements for past events that appeared on the Rosenblatt Gallery front page. More details of past shows and performances are located in the individual family member sections:

2008

Work by Adolph and Suzanne and by Davey Noble at Rosenblatt Gallery, 181 N. Broadway

January 18 - March 1, 2008

Work by Eli, Adolph, and Suzanne at Walkers Point Center for the Arts

February 14, 2008

Suzanne: Performance with Marie Mellott, & others, Walkers Point, Feb 14, 7-9:30

February 26 to March 20, 2008

Phenomenal Women Exhibition, UW-Whitewater, Roberta Avonn Fiskum Gallery
Feb 27th: opening: 4:30-6:00, performance with Marie Mellott: 5:00

2007

October 31 to November 24, 2007

Priebe Gallery, UW-Oshkosh

Exhibit of work by Adolph & Suzanne

PEACE FEST
Saturday, June 16, 2007

Pere Marquette Park (Old World Third Street and Kilbourn Avenue), 4-10 PM.

Celebrate Peace Action's 30th birthday with music, poetry, performance art, art, food, and beverages.

Music by Harvey Taylor and friends (6 PM), K.T.'s Universal Love Band (8-9 PM), David H.B. Drake, Larry Penn, Taste Emcees, Lucky Diop and The Remedies.

Poetry by Suzanne Rosenblatt (scheduled for 5:30), Harvey Tayor, Peggy Hong, Jeff Poniewaz.

Performances by MPT and flag dancing by Sura Faraj.

More info: 414-964-5158

Rosenblatt Gallery - continuing

Opened on Friday, May 18, 2007 in the Isabella Ryder Building
181 N. Broadway
Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward

Mother's Day Peace Luncheon
Sunday, May 13, 2007 12:00 pm

Botanas Mexican Restaurant
816 S. 5th St., Milwaukee

A Benefit for Peace Action Wisconsin
Classical Guitar Music by Michael Bootzin
Poetry for the Earth by Performance Poet Suzanne Rosenblatt
$20 adults, $12 children under 12, children 5 & under free
Seating is limited to 100. Please make reservations by May 9.
Call (414) 964-5158 to check on availability after May 9.

Rosenblatt Gallery Grand Opening
Friday, May 18, 5:30 to 9:30 PM

In the Isabella Ryder Building
181 N. Broadway
Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward

RosenblattGallery will expand off its web site and into Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward with a grand opening on Friday, May 18. Adolph's ORIENTAL PHARMACY LUNCH COUNTER has moved from the warehouse along with several of his sculptures of Milwaukee neighborhoods, a wax sculpture of Herald Square in NYC, and other works. Suzanne's dancers are whirling round the walls next to her sunrises and wordrawings.

For the opening reception Sarah Rosenblatt will read from her latest book, ONE SEASON BEHIND, illustrated by Suzanne Rosenblatt and published by Carnegie Mellon University Press.

THE COFFEE HOUSE'S 40th ANNIVERSARY SHOW
Saturday, May 19, 2007

631 N. 19th Street (Just South Of Wisconsin Ave)

Featuring a plethora of performers from the past 40 years (in alphabetical order):

Paul Barnes, Blue Turtle Moon (Julie Kane & Tom Plutshack), Ralph Bronner, Bill Camplin, Dylan Damkoehler, David HB Drake, Brian Drow, Dick 'Nitelinger' Golembiewski, Tom Hennessy, Basic Joe Holland, Brett Kemnitz, Mud River Lee, 'Lil Rev, Jym Mooney, Rich Morgan, One Lane Bridge, Larry Penn, The Remedies, Lena Rose, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Patty Stevenson & Craig Siemsen, Sweet Diversity, Barb & Tom Webber, Zake and other Special Guests from Coffee House history who may turn up.

$5 with half the money going to our gracious hosts for the past 40 years, Redeemer Lutheran Church, and half the money going to keep The Coffee House going another 40 years.
Note special time: 7pm - 11pm

Darling Hall
Saturday, May 19, 2007, 9:45 PM

601 S. 6th Street

Performance by Suzanne, Xav Leplae, et al

Earth Poets and Musicians 20th Anniversary Performances

FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2007

7 PM Interactive Poetry And Music For The Family

8 PM Earth Poets and Musicians

URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER
1500 E. Park Place (Riverside Park)
$5.00 Per Person, $10.00 For Family, UEC Members Free

SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2007, 8 PM

THE NINETEENTH STREET COFFEE HOUSE
631 N. 19th Street (Just South Of Wisconsin Ave)
Just South Of Wisconsin Ave.
Donation: $5.00 Benefit for Wellspring

April 30, 2007
Suzanne, Featured Poet, Linneman's

March 16, 2007 at 7 PM
Sarah Rosenblatt reading and book signing

Features Sarah's latest book, One Season Behind published by Carnegie Mellon University Press
Harry W. Schwartz Bookshop
4093 N. Oakland Avenue
Shorewood WI 53211

Note: The time for Sarah's reading was mistakenly listed as 8 PM several places. The correct time is 7 PM.

February 10, 2007
Suzanne, Nerve House Benefit, Timbuktu

Friday, February 2, 2007 at 8 PM
Words for Winter

Featuring Brenda Cardenas, Susan Firer, Suzanne Rosenblatt, and Karina Schafer.

Food Pantry Benefit. A donation of $4 and two cans of food is requested.

The Coffee House, below Redeemer Lutheran Church, 631 N 19th St, Milwaukee, 414-299-9598

January 19 & 20, 2007 at 8 PM
Suzanne, Guest Artist/Poet with DanceCircus

Humphrey Masonic Center, 790 North Van Buren, Milwaukee, 414-277-8151

2006

Artasia Gallery and Museum Grand Opening Celebration
November 11, 2006, 3-11 PM

In the new space at 181 N. Broadway in Milwaukee's Third Ward.

Poets Monday
Monday, October 2, 2006 at 9 PM

Linneman's 1001 E. Locust, Milwaukee
One block west of Humboldt

Suzanne will be the featured poet, from 9 to 10 PM. The feature is always preceded by an open mic. If you want to try out a new poem or an old one, your first poem or your last one, here's your chance. Sign-up starts at 7:30, open mic at 7:45, then Suzanne is on from 9:00 to 10:00 PM.

Saturday, September 16, 2006, 10 am to 5 PM

Showcase Shorewood
Shorewood High School, 1701 E. Capitol Dr.

Since we've lived in Shorewood 37 years, I thought we (Adolph and Suzanne) should be part of Showcase Shorewood, which will include a fine art and fine craft fair on the lawn of Shorewood High School. Stop by and say hello.

Saturday, September 9, 2006, at 8 PM

40th Season Celebration
The Coffee House, 631 N. 19th St., just south of Wisconsin Ave.

Featuring MUD RIVER LEE, JENNA LYNNE, SUZANNE ROSENBLATT and HARVEY TAYLOR (representing the Earth Poets), and THEISS & O'CONNOR

Free Admission!

July 29, 2006 - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

2nd Annual Artists Market - Milwaukee Art Museum

The Milwaukee Art Museum is collaborating with a coalition of 15 Milwaukee based artist organizations for the Second Annual Milwaukee Artist Marketplace in conjunction with Gallery Night and Day. More than 60 emerging and established Milwaukee artists will display and sell their creative work on the grounds of the Museum in a relaxed and informal setting.

Adolph and Suzanne will be sharing a tent!

Beginning May 8, 2006 (through August 2006)

Exhibition of work by Suzanne Rosenblatt
Beans and Barley
1901 E. North Ave., Milwaukee WI
(414) 278-7878

April 11, 2006 through mid-July - Show at Cafe Brucke

2101 North Prospect Avenue, Milwaukee WI
Cafe hours: Tues -Sat, 5 PM on....

If you'd like to sip coffee or tea, eat hummus, and watch light filter through tree branches (in Adolph's drawings) or people in the bleachers at a Brewers' game (Adolph's sculptures) or the sun rise over the ocean (in Suzanne's paintings) or Milwaukeeans romp along the shores of Lake Michigan (in Suzanne's wordrawings), come to the Cafe Brucke.

Opening reception on Tuesday, April 11, 5:00 to 7:00 PM
Snacks provided.

May 19 - July 1, 2006 - Members Show Walkers Point Center for the Arts

911 W National Avenue, Milwaukee WI

Both Adolph and Suzanne will have work on display.
Opening Reception Friday, May 19th, 6-9 PM

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2006

Urban Ecology Center, 1500 E. Park Place (Riverside Park)

7 P.M. Family-oriented interactive earth poetry and music. Children invited to write earth poems ahead of time.

8 P.M. Earth Poetry and Music featuring Jahmes Finlayson, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Holly Haebig, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sue Silvermarie, Harvey Taylor, and special guest, Eric Hansen

Admission Is $5.00 Per Person, $10.00 For Family, UEC Members Free

SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2006 8 PM

Nineteenth Annual Performance of the Earth Poets and Musicians at the Coffee House, 631 N. 19th St., just south of Wisconsin Ave. featuring Jahmes Finlayson, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Holly Haebig, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sue Silvermarie, Harvey Taylor, and special guest, Mathibela Sebothoma

Donation: $4.00 for Growing Power

Friday, February 17, 2006
Fireside Chatter, Fireside Patter, Rhyme and Song and Dance
Poet and Performer Suzanne Rosenblatt
With Special Guests
Songster Brett Kemnitz
Storyteller and Dream Catcher Janine Arseneau
At the Urban Ecology Center's Friday Fire
1500 E Park Place
7:00 Program for Children
8:00 Program for Everyone
Wordplay, Movement, Humor, Sing-Alongs
With A Break For S'mores And Hot Chocolate
Admission Is $5.00 Per Person, $10.00 For Family, UEC Members Free

Saturday, January 28, 2006, 1pm - midnight
12th Annual Woodland Pattern Marathon Benefit
720 E. Locust St (263-5001), I'm
Suzanne is in the 3 - 4 PM slot with Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Marie Mellott, Ethel Oliensis, Harvey Taylor, and others.

2005

November 18th - December 15th, 2005
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery
WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES
A Cultural Critique through Comics
(contains some of Suzanne's wordrawings)
November 18th, 5-8 pm - Opening Reception
November 30th - Post Reception for Distinguished Lecturer, Art Spiegleman, (immediately following 8 PM lecture in the ballroom)

Wednesday November 30, 2005, 1:00 pm
LOOKING AT LIFE THROUGH POETRY
Shorewood Senior Resource Center, 3920 N Murray
Suzanne Rosenblatt uses irony, humor, melody, rhythm, dance, word-play and other devices to make us think about the impact of our actions on the world and the impact of the world on each of us.
Tom Pexton will share his interest in the writings of Ohio Poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar, who was the son of slaves and a friend and neighbor of the Wright Brothers.

Saturday, October 22, 2005, 12 noon to 3 pm
Urban Ecology Center
1500 E. Park Place, Milwaukee, WI 53211
Out of the Past and Into the Future!
KRM Commuter Rail Fest
Hear Milwaukee eco poets Jeff Poniewaz and Suzanne Rosenblatt and storyteller Harvey Taylor. Enjoy the photography display, and fun activities for kids and adults of all ages. Presentations about the KRM commuter rail project are at 12:30, 1:30, and 2:30 pm.
Cost: FREE

Saturday, July 30, 2005
10:00 am to 4:00 PM
Outdoor local Artist Market Day at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The goals of the Market are to provide the community access to locally created artwork and to foster partnerships between local arts organizations, the Museum, and the community. Adolph and Suzanne will have a booth under the auspices of Walkers Point Center for the Arts.

Monday, July 11, 2005
July 11 is P-Day! ("Perils of Pesticide" Presentation Day)
Our presentation to the Shorewood Village Board will be at Village Hall (3930 N Murray, 2nd floor court room) on July 11 at 7:30 PM. Our goal is to encourage the village to use organic methods for management of public land and to educate its residents and business owners about the risks of using pesticides. There will be an opportunity for the public to comment.

Beginning March 11, 2005 (through mid-June)
Exhibition of work by Adolph Rosenblatt and Narendra Patel
Beans and Barley
1901 E. North Ave., Milwaukee WI
(414) 278-7878
Two sculptors, Adolph Rosenblatt and Narendra Patel, have been going to parks and woods together to draw trees. And now they're showing some of their most recent drawings at Beans and Barley, 1901 East North Avenue in Milwaukee, until the middle of June. So if you're curious to see how sculptors draw trees, take a look!

May 13 through June 24, 2005
Walker's Point Center for the Arts Member's Show
Opening Reception: May 13th from 5-7 pm
Adolph and Suzanne will be displaying two pieces each.

April 12 - June 3, 2005
The Rosenblatts: A Family Exhibition
Wisconsin Art Board Gallery
101 E. Wilson St.
Madison WI.
Chosen a Best Weekend Bet by The Capital Times, April 29, 2005.

Friday, April 22, 2005
7 PM
Family-oriented interactive earth poetry and music. Children invited to write love poems to the earth.
8 PM
Earth Poetry and Music
featuring Jahmes Finlayson, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Holly Haebig, Jeff Poniewaz, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sue Silvermarie, and Harvey Taylor
Urban Ecology Center, 1500 E. Park Place (Riverside Park), Milwaukee WI
Donations Welcome

Saturday, April 23, 2005
8 PM
Eighteenth Annual Performance of the Earth Poets and Musicians
featuring Jahmes Finlayson, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Holly Haebig, Jeff Poniewaz, Suzanne Rosenblatt, and Harvey Taylor
Coffee House, 631 N. 19th St. (just south of Wisconsin Ave.), Milwaukee WI
Donation: $4.00 for the Urban Ecology Center.

2004

Thursday, October 14, 2004
Open reading
Suzanne
Jake's Saloon
143 East 103 Street, New York NY
(East Harlem - 103rd and Lexington, next door to Ortiz Funeral Parlor)
212-348-5629

Saturday, September 11th, 2004 at 2 pm
READING
Woodland Pattern
720 E. Locust St.
414-263-5001
Admission: FREE

AN INTERNATIONAL DAY OF POETRY
POETS AGAINST WAR

featuring:

June 30 - August 8, 2004
The Rosenblatts: A Family Exhibition
Charles Allis Art Museum
1801 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Opening Reception: Wednesday, June 30, 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Gallery Night Performance: Friday, July 23, 7 p.m.
Verse and Re-verse, Two Generations.
Presented by Sarah Rosenblatt, Craig Eli Stone and Suzanne Rosenblatt.
The passage of time, the cyclical nature of life, the subtleties and quirks of existence, these are all recurrent themes that Suzanne and Sarah Rosenblatt and Sarah's husband, Craig Eli Stone, put into words, often with a beat or a grace note.

Family exhibition details

Thursday, June 24, 2004, 8 PM
Reading by Suzanne
Jake's Saloon
143 East 103 Street, New York NY
(103rd and Lexington, next door to Ortiz Funeral Parlor)

Saturday, April 17th, 2004, 8 PM
The 17th Annual Performance of the Earth Poets and Musicians
Ann Filemyr, Jahmes Tony Finlayson, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Jeff Poniewaz, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sue Silvermarie, Harvey Taylor, and Holly Haebig
The Coffee House, 631 North 19th Street (corner of Wisconsin Avenue)

Wednesday, April 21st, 8 PM
Earth Poets and Musicians
Student Union Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Jeff Poniewaz, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Harvey Taylor, Holly Haebig, and Claudia Schmidt
Open Mike following performance by featured poets and musicians

Friday, February 6, 2004, 8 PM
The Wonder of Words
Featuring Suzanne Rosenblatt, Lisa Samuels, Sue Silvermarie, and David White
Pantry Benefit
Donation: $3 and two cans of food
The Coffee House, 631 North 19th Street (corner of Wisconsin Avenue)

Wednesday, January 14, 2004, 7:30 PM
Opening for the Dossier Project sponsored by the ACLU featuring former Representative Bob Barr, ACLU director Nadine Strossen
Performance piece: I Say DossiA, You Say DossiER with Julie Enslow, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sarah Rosenblatt, Harvey Taylor, Thidapha Tongsavanh, MaryJo Walters, and Occasional Detroit.
Turner Hall Ballroom
1034 N. 4th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53203-1304
Phone: 414/272-1733
Open to the public

Friday, January 16, 9 PM
Destination/Aftermath Party sponsored by MARN, featuring the Deblin Sevet Quintet, and including"I Say DossiA, You Say DossiER"
Turner Hall Ballroom
1034 N. 4th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53203-1304
Phone: 414/272-1733
$5 cover

Saturday, January 17, 2004, 7:30 PM
Evening of Performance Art including I Say DossiA, You Say DossiER with Julie Enslow, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sarah Rosenblatt, Harvey Taylor, Thidapha Thongsavanh, MaryJo Walters, and Occasional Detroit.
Turner Hall Ballroom
1034 N. 4th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53203-1304
Phone: 414/272-1733
Open to the public

More details on the Dossier Project events.

Saturday, January 31, 2004
Woodland Pattern Marathon
Time slot for Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sarah Rosenblatt, Craig Eli Stone, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas: Between 7 and 8 PM

2003

Suzanne Rosenblatt performed her poem "Burning Bush" for the Pumpkin World, Utopian subStation CD which aired June 12, 2003 at the opening night of the Venice Biennale.

Utopian substation is represented through audio formats, a CD and the streaming of interviews, music, poetry, and radio drama into a larger exhibition space called Utopian Space Station located in Venice Biennale. Martha Rosler and the FLEAS collective requested friends and family to participate in the dreaming of a better world. Pumpkin World represents a utopian setting. Opened in 1997 by brothers Xavier and Didier Leplae, it is a free space that functions as a recording studio, film/video store, restaurant, film making co-op, and gathering place of artists living or visiting Wisconsin.

Antler & Friends
The Second of His Two Poet Laureate Events
Featuring Antler, Milwaukee's Poet Laureate, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Jeff Poniewaz, and Suzanne Rosenblatt
Sunday, March 23, 2003 1:30 to 3 PM
Milwaukee Public Library, Centennial Hall
733 North 8th Street, Milwaukee
Sponsored by Friends of the Milwaukee Public Library
For more information, call 414-286-3784
photographs

The 16th Annual Performance of the Earth Poets and Musicians
Saturday, April 12th, 2003 at 8:00 PM
The Coffee House
631 North 19th Street (corner of Wisconsin Avenue)
Jahmes Tony Finlayson, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Jeff Poniewaz, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Sue Silvermarie, Harvey Taylor, Special Musical Guest: Holly Haebig (of One Drum)

Reception, Gallery Night, Friday, April 25th, 2003
7 pm - 10 pm

"WAR and PEACE: Artists' Voices" an international art exhibit
Live music and readings by Antler, Suzanne Rosenblatt, Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Jeff Poniewaz, Si Ritchie, Robin De Leau, and Harvey Taylor
Gallery 218
218 South 2nd Street, Milwaukee WI

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