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Friday, April 15 2016
Charles Radtke will be receiving the Wisconsin Visual Arts Achievement Award. The ceremony will take place Sunday,
June 5th at 2:00 p.m. at the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend.

Founded in 2004 as a collaboration between MOWA, Wisconsin Visual Artists and the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences,
Arts and Letters, the Wisconsin Visual Art Achievement Awards are essentially the Wisconsin art “Hall of Fame” for
individuals, groups and organizations who have supported the visual arts with distinction.

There will be twelve recipients in all, including Terry Coffmann, David Damkohler, Lydia Ely, Kathy Kelsey Foley,
Anne Katz, Marvin Lipofsky, Gerhard Miller, Eleanor Moty, and Jill Sebastian.


Wednesday, August 26 2015
Charles Radtke will be presenting at the following venue on Sept 17:

What’s New, What’s Next @ 200 LEX
Potterton Books
New York Design Center
200 Lexington Ave.
New York, New York

The seventh annual “What’s New, What’s Next @ 200 LEX” is a building-wide event focusing on new products
specifically aligned to the furniture, architecture, commercial, and interior designer community.


Tuesday, August 25 2015

Urban Wood Encounter 2015: RAM Explores Contemporary Furniture
September 25, 2015 – January 3, 2016

This show emphasizes creative uses for urban wood, which is rescued from trees that are not harvested for their
timber value, and might usually find their way into landfills when they succumb to age, injury, or disease. Urban Wood
offers an expansive lens for understanding material use and value. A collection of a wide range of furniture and objects,
this exhibition reflects regional artists applying their individual styles and personal interests to this often-discarded
wood. Aligning with its contemporary crafts focus, RAM is the first museum to feature this annual event, which also
showcases area talent.

More details at RAM.


Sunday, March 15 2015
Charles Radtke will be appearing in an upcoming show at the Plymouth Arts Center, Gallery 110 North. Timber will last
from March 27 to May 29, with an opening reception on March the 27th from 4:30 to 7:30p.m.

Plymouth Arts Center Information:
Located in the Plymouth Arts Center at Mill & North Streets. Park in PAC lot, in the north end of adjacent lot,
or across Mill Street in the Plymouth Medical Center lot.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10 – 4 pm, Saturday-Sunday, Noon – 3 pm.
Closed Mondays & Holidays. Gallery admission is always FREE!
www.plymoutharts.org (920)892-8409


Tuesday, April 15 2014
The Boston Museum Of Fine Arts has purchased a cabinet by Charles Radtke and Sarah Perkins, Enameled Two
Door Cabinet. The cabinet was a collaboration between Perkins and Radtke for an exhibition Perkins had at the
National Ornamental Metals Museum in Memphis Tennessee in 2012. It is now in the permanent collection of BMFA.

Here is a link to the piece.


Monday, June 3 2013
One of One is on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The piece may be found on the lower level, at the bottom of
the stairs. Ask to be directed to the recent piece the museum acquired from Charles Radtke.


Monday, May 13 2013
The Milwaukee Art Museum has purchased a work of art by furniture designer Charles Radtke. The piece, entitled
One of One, is a collaborative effort created in conjunction with noted silversmith Sarah Perkins. The team designed
the work in spring of 2012. Hand crafted of Gabon ebony and ebonized walnut with a French polish finish, the
cabinet is embellished with silver and vitreous enamel, silver gilding, and silver hinges. The acquisition was made
in honor of Chief Educator Barbara Brown Lee, who is celebrating 50 years of service to the Museum. The cabinet
will be on display beginning Friday, May 17, 2013 in the Museum’s lower level.


Friday, May 3 2013
The Milwaukee Art Museum has just purchased One Of One by Charles Radtke and Sarah Perkins for their permanent
collection. More news to follow soon.

Cabinet will be on display starting May 17.