Film Credits:

John Doe

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SOCIALIZE WITH PURPOSE

“The desire is to create a collaborative workspace and social community that offers an environment for artists and art lovers to come together.”

-John Ridley

NŌ STUDIOS® Presents a Trilogy of Events in Collaboration with Annapurna Pictures

JEREMY KLEINER | DEDE GARDNER RECEPTION and Discussion

with the Academy Award®-winning Producers of
IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK and VICE

5:30 – 7:00 PM, Thursday, December 13th

Venue: NŌ Studios Gallery

Members FREE
Member Guests, Tenants, MFA, and Students $25
Other Non-Members $50

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Open Bar ** Hors d’oeuvres

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Jeremy Kleiner is an Academy Award-winning producer and Co-President of Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment. He produced 2017’s Academy Award-winning MOONLIGHT (A24) directed by Barry Jenkins, Academy Award nominees THE BIG SHORT (Paramount) directed by Adam McKay, and SELMA (Paramount) directed by Ava Duvernay, and 2014’s Academy Award winning 12 YEARS A SLAVE (New Regency) directed by Steve McQueen. Other recent productions include OKJA (Netflix) directed by Bong Joon-ho, THE LOST CITY OF Z (Amazon) directed by James Gray, and David Michod’s WAR MACHINE (Netflix), starring Brad Pitt. Plan B is currently releasing Barry Jenkins’ film IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK and Adam McKay’s CHENEY for Annapurna, BEAUTIFUL BOY (Amazon) directed by Felix van Groeningen and starring Steve Carell and Timothee Chalamet for Amazon, and in post-prodution on James Gray’s AD ASTRA (New Regency) starring Brad Pitt. On the television side, Jeremy is an Executive Producer on the Netflix series THE OA from creators Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, which is currently in production for Season 2, and the recently aired SWEETBITTER on Starz. Together with Dede Gardner, Kleiner oversees Plan B’s film and television development and production slate, which includes projects with David Fincher, Ryan Coogler, Andy Muschietti, Tony Kushner, and Dennis Kelly, among others.

An Exclusive Preview Screening

VICE

7 PM Monday, December 17th

Venue: NŌ Studios Screening Room

From the Academy Award®-Winning co-writer and director of THE BIG SHORT

The story of Dick Cheney, the most powerful Vice President in history, and how his policies changed the world as we know it.

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Member Tenant Mixer

5-7 PM Tuesday, December 11th

Venue: NŌ Studios Gallery

Join us for a cocktail reception as we welcome our tenants to NO STUDIOS
Members Only

A Discussion with Ben Tyjeski

Terra-Cotta Historian and Scupture Artist

6:30 PM Wednesday, December 12th

Venue: NŌ Studios Screening Room

Everyone is welcome
Suggested donation $5-$10
Donations benefit the artists

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Ben Tyjeski is a tile craftsman, sculptor, and historian on architectural ceramics. He creates tiles and sculpture for interior and exterior installations, including fireplaces, fountains, wainscoting, and decorative accents. Natural forms from Wisconsin’s prairies, marshes, woods, and rivers inspire his work. He also represents motifs from the enchanted world he dreamed of as a child. Architects and clay-workers from the 1880s to the 1930s influence his designs, including Louis Sullivan, Carl Bergmans, and Ernest Batchelder. Through his explorations of Midwestern cities on bicycle, he has become knowledgeable on architectural terra cotta and tile. His first book, Architectural Terra Cotta of Milwaukee County, was published in 2018. He plans to create many more books. Tyjeski began operating his own business, Tyjeski Terra Cotta Works, in January 2018. His studio and showroom is housed at Var Gallery at 643 South Second Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 2012 he graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics and Art Education.

NŌ STUDIOS launches its Book Event Series with Omari by Frank Lewis

Saturday, December 15th

3:30 PM Reception | 4:30 PM Panel Discussion

Venue: NŌ Studios Gallery

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Do you work in a school or organization that impacts Middle, High School and College age students? Are any of those students facing challenging life circumstances? Is trauma a factor? Maybe you’re working with students who aspire to be writers. A panel of youth-serving professionals will share how the book Omari, by Milwaukee’s new author Frank Lewis, can and is impacting youth they serve in schools, youth development organizations and juvenile justice programs.  Frank will also share his experiences since releasing Omari and some books will be raffled away to some in attendance.

Also, experience the exciting new creative arts hub, No Studios, founded by Oscar-winning filmmaker and Milwaukee native John Ridley (“12 Years a Slave,” “American Crime”).  You’ll walk away wanting to read the book and possibly hold an event at No Studios in the future.

NŌ STUDIOS® Seasonal Sharing Event

6 PM – 9 PM, Tuesday, December 18th

Venue: NŌ Studios Gallery and Screening Room

Artists are invited to share films, music, visual art, and spoken word

Submit contributions to info@nostudios.com

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Photography courtesy of Kelly Cassel

SALON SERIES: A DISCUSSION WITH LANIA SPROLES

6:30 PM, Wednesday, December 19th

Venue: NŌ STUDIOS℠ Screening Room

Everyone is welcome.

Suggested donation $5-$10.

Donations benefit the artist.

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NŌ STUDIOS℠  presents

LAKE MICHIGAN MONSTER

8 PM Friday, December 21st

Venue: NŌ STUDIOS℠ Screening Room

Locally made creature feature comedy. Official selection of the 2018 Milwaukee Film Fest and Weyauwega International Film Fest.

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NŌ STUDIOS℠ presents

WEBSTERX

Saturday, December 22nd

Venue: NŌ STUDIOS℠ Gallery

An intimate live experience with award-winning recording artist WebsterX as he tells the story of a young Milwaukee artist on the rise, accompanied by longtime collaborator and NŌ STUDIOS℠ artist-in-residence, Q the Sun.

EARLY SHOW

5 – 6 PM Social Hour (Drinks and Food)

6 – 7 PM Performance

LATE SHOW

8 – 9 PM Social Hour (Drinks and Food)

9 – 10 PM Performance

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FIRST WEDNESDAY SCREENING: BLOOD JUNKIE

7 PM Wednesday, January 2nd  

Venue: NŌ STUDIOS℠ Screening Room

Horror goes retro in this low budget comedy slasher shot to look like it was produced in 1989.

Filmmaker Drew Rosas and Actor Nick Sommer will be present for the screening and Q&A. 

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info@nostudios.com
Text NOSTUDIOS to 474747 for updates

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Luke Repetti
luke@nostudios.com
414-394-7106

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Lisa Caesar
lisa@nostudios.com