UPAF President & CEO Patrick Rath chatted with Newsradio 620 WTMJ host Sandy Maxx and Milwaukee World Festival, Inc President Sarah Smith Pancheri about this Sunday's free Family Fun Day at the Northwestern Mutual Community Park and our local performing arts scene!
UPAF spoke with Alley Faith of 103.7 KISS FM about ways to help support the local arts community and how you can get more involved.
Two weekends ago, nearly 3,000 cyclists took part in the UPAF Ride for the Arts in Milwaukee
The UPAF Ride for the Arts, which was held June 4 at Milwaukee's lakefront, welcomed 2,930 riders and brought in $420,000. The organization still has time to meet its goal of $500,00 as fundraising does not close until the end of June.
The 43rd annual UPAF Ride for the Arts is ready to roll on Sunday morning, June 4. The ride is the largest single fundraiser of the year for the United Performing Arts Fund – and Ana Cook from UPAF joined the WakeUp News team to tell you more about this event.
Ana Cook, Director of Events and Communications for the United Performing Arts Fund, joined Frankie Jupiter on CBS58 Wednesday, May 24 to preview the 43rd annual UPAF "Ride for the Arts."
UPAF Director of Events & Communications Ana Cook appeared on WISN 12 to share info on the upcoming UPAF Ride for the Arts.
Johnson Controls Foundation has announced a three-year, $1,650,000 commitment to the United Performing Arts Fund, targeted at benefiting Milwaukee's art community through 2025.
Johnson Controls, through its Johnson Controls Foundation, has made a $1.65 million pledge to the Milwaukee-based nonprofit United Performing Arts Fund.