Cream City Collectives

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1 year anniversary party

The Cream City Collectives (CCC) was a volunteer-run collective space located at 732 E. Clarke St. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It existed from 2006 until 2012.


Cream City Collectives hosted the Mathilde Anneke Infoshop, the Milwaukee Screenprinting Collective, the CCC Gallery,[1] and other groups that shared the space for meetings and events. It opened with a storefront in October 2006. The infoshop was named after the German radical Mathilde Anneke, one of the Forty-Eighters who founded the first feminist newspaper in the United States in Milwaukee.[2]


  1. ^ "MKE Online". Archived from the original on November 30, 2007. Retrieved April 10, 2008.
  2. ^ Wisconsin Historical Society

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Coordinates: 43°3′56.73″N 87°54′6.49″W / 43.0657583°N 87.9018028°W / 43.0657583; -87.9018028