The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is hosting an inaugural live-journalism event and free panel discussion about the new downtown arena for the Milwaukee Bucks and issues related to the fan experience, the design and development.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin (PRWEB) May 04, 2016

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is hosting an inaugural live-journalism event called "Journal Sentinel Talks," a free panel discussion about the new downtown arena for the Milwaukee Bucks and issues related to the fan experience, the design and development. The arena, with a dramatic arching roof, is more anticipated than any project since the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Join the Bucks leadership, lead arena design firm Populous, local architect firm Eppstein Uhen and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporters for a lively discussion about this cityscape-altering project at Turner Hall Ballroom on Friday, May 5th at 6:00 p.m.

Panelists will include Milwaukee Bucks president Peter Feigin, Populous architect Brad Clark, Eppstein Uhen architect Greg Uhen and guest critic and PBS "Cool Spaces" host Stephen Chung.

The panel will be moderated by business reporter Tom Daykin and architecture critic Mary Louise Schumacher.

The event is free and open to the public. Music will be provided by TRUE Skool and there will be a cash bar.

For more information visit http://www.jsonline.com/jstalks/

About Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Journal Sentinel Inc. publishes the flagship Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper as well as a range of other print and electronic products, including JSOnline.com, primarily serving people and businesses in southeast Wisconsin. Journal Sentinel is committed to providing news coverage that reflects the ever-changing world and fulfills the needs of readers and advertisers both in print and online.

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