The Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures program annual field school, this year called "Picturing Milwaukee: Washington Park" and being directed by UWM Associate Professor Arijit Sen, has been awarded a competitive $9978 Public Humanities Grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council. A primary component of the BLC curriculum for students from UW-Madison and UWM, this field school project seeks to employ the enduring creativity of storytelling, the power of digital humanities, and depth of local knowledge in order to galvanize Milwaukee residents to talk about their homes as repositories of community memory, spaces of caring, and markers of civic pride. With the help of the grant from the WHC, the BLC Field School will have the capability to expand the students' final presentations beyond traditional physical exhibits through the use of documentary shorts and a digitally enhanced neighborhood heritage tour. These additions will broaden the range of available methods for analyzing vernacular architecture and cultural landscapes. Field School runs June 9–July 11, with the final exhibit opening July 25 at the Washington Park Partners public hall. Contact Prof. Arijit Sen for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested UW–Madison students should contact Prof. Anna Andrzejewski for information on enrolling for Madison credit: email@example.com. For more info about the field school, see www.SeeSchool.weebly.com.