Friday, September 8, 2023 from 5:30-6:30 PM

As part of the public programming for Potential Futures: Prototypes, artist Mikal Floyd-Pruitt will speak about his project HomeWorks: Bronzeville. As a co-founder of HomeWorks: Bronzeville in Milwaukee, Mikal curates programming opportunities that can help engage and amplify the community in which the initiative operates. His balance of creative practices allows him to navigate the positive and negative dualities of change. Mikal approaches development as a way to house and stabilize entrepreneurial pursuits, with the proximity of creatives catalyzing its creative economy.


Event Details

Friday, September 8 from 5:30-6:30 PM


Charlotte Street Kemper Library (3333 Wyoming)




Mikal Floyd-Pruitt is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work includes visual art, music, and experience curation. Along with his personal artistic practice, he is also a community artist and cultural producer. In addition, he is the creator of I AM Milwaukee, a lifestyle brand that promotes unity, creativity, pride, and ownership in Milwaukee. Mikal studied Film in college, earning a Bachelors of Art from Harvard University. As the mastermind behind large thematic art installations and experiences including Art House Trap and SPLASH!, Mikal advocates for the psycho-spiritual life of the citizenry and financial pathways art with infrastructure can create. As a creative and community member he uses aesthetics, performance, and programming to challenge the boundaries of society as we know it.

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