John Ridley Announces to Launch Creative Hub in Milwaukee
By Livia Peterson
The Academy Award winning John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) announced the launch of No Studios, a Milwaukee based creative hub including short and long term office space, galleries, food and beverage services, fifty seat screening room, and roof top event space with extensive city views. The hub is located in the newly developed Pabst Brewery Complex on 1037 West McKinley Avenue.
In Japanese, No represents skill, talent, and artistic endeavor. In English, many artists hear this word too frequently while overcoming the obstacles during their careers.
No Studios will provide opportunities for local artists to showcase their projects and reunite artists from around the world to share their knowledge and interact with Milwaukee audiences.
The current tenants comprises of Milwaukee Film, Milwaukee Filmmaker Alliance, 371 Productions, Custom Reality Services, UWM School of Film, and Marquette University. Milwaukee Film will occupy an entire floor and scheduled to move in this Spring.
No Studios is slated to open during September 2018.