Eppstein Uhen Architects, along with The Scion Group, presented to the campus community a vision for the future physical design of Residence Life on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 from Noon to 2 p.m. in the Christie Theatre, University Union, Green Bay Campus. They discussed the data gathering processes, design methods and financial modeling used to help UW-Green Bay take the next steps toward building a vibrant student-housing community. After the presentation, they responded to questions or comments from the campus community.
The Art Agency student group thanks participating artists and the UW-Green Bay community for the wonderful support of their third biennial Art Agency Art Sale that took place Wednesday (Dec. 5). Final sales tallies include 164 pieces of art sold — hand-made by students, faculty/staff and alumni. The six-hour event raised $1,657 overall with $327 in commission to help fund Art Agency (and sister group A2Z) activities.
Art lovers stay tuned. Dates are not finalized, but Art Agency is planning for the next Art Sale to most likely be held in March or April in the window between spring break (March 18-25, 2019) and their Empty Bowls event which will take place on April 17, 2019 from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. in Phoenix Room C.
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– Photos by Brianna Fischer, Art Agency President
The third biennial Art Agency Art Sale will be held on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m in Phoenix Room C of the University Union located at 2430 Campus Court, Green Bay, WI 54311. The sale is an opportunity for UW-Green Bay student, faculty/staff and alumni artists to sell work while generating a small profit to help fund the Art Agency student organization. Commission will be 10% for students and 25% for alumni and faculty/staff participants. Featured mediums include ceramics, painting, prints, photography and more. This event is open to the public. Cash transactions only. See the event on facebook.
Art Agency is the UW-Green Bay visual arts advocacy student group. As a part of their mission, their student volunteers organized the sale including planning, coordinating participants, promoting the event and staffing the sale.
- Katherine Bauer, Student
- Kayla Bauer (Design, Art) ‘11, Faculty/Staff
- Andrea Cornett, Student
- Jacqueline Fieck, Student
- Brianna Fischer, Student
- Emma Hitzman (Art) ‘16, Faculty/Staff
- Nora Klein, Student
- Kieran Krueger, Student
- Daniel Meinhardt, Faculty/Staff
- Brittney Meyer, Student
- Thomas Mlodzik, Student
- Jonathan Nuncio-MacDonald, Student
- Ashley Rabe, Student
- Kenna Rentmeester, Student
- Raven Saladino, Student
- Olivia Salm, Student
- Ebanie Schmidt, Student
- Kimberly Vlies, Faculty/Staff
- Nora Wesner, Student
A2Z (Art Agency Zine, sister student organization to Art Agency) will be selling zines at the event, as well.
While bouncing back from a few hard knocks, Kelly Ellis realized that the power to have a great life had been with her all along. In her talk, Ellis defines moxie as the intersection of grit, gumption and self-awareness and shares a real life example of what happens when she stopped listening to others and lived her own authentic life. She encourages the audience to trust in their own instincts, express themselves and perhaps even go back to the person they were before life gave them a little too much advice about who to be when they grew up. Kelly Ellis is the Founder & Fearless Leader of the Greater Green Bay STEM Network, an organization created in 2013 to connect STEM education resources in the region. She is passionate about working closely with community nonprofits. Ellis graduated with a Business Administration degree (emphasis in Marketing) and high honors from UW-Green Bay in 2008. She minored in Studio Arts. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
We all have a story. It’s the one thing that binds us all together. Far too often, we brush people off for what you perceive about them rather than getting to see their true self, or their ‘human beingness’ in this case. In this talk, Dan Terrio shares the importance of embracing your human beingness and sharing your stories so others can see who you really are. Dan Terrio has inspired countless youth and adults from all walks of life with his story of perseverance, strength and determination. Terrio began his motivational speaking career while recovering from injuries sustained in a car/train accident that left him temporarily confined to a wheelchair. To date, he has traveled to all 50 states presenting his inspiring story from growing up on an Indian Reservation to working in Washington D.C. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies ’12 and a master’s degree in Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning ’14 from UW-Green Bay. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
This talk outlines a method of radically re-imagining the American high school. It shows how high-security, prison-like schools are actually creating more danger than they’re preventing. The speaker suggests an unusual conceptual approach to fix this and argues that we need to stop tweaking an old system and instead work to create entirely new high school environments. Jennie Young is an assistant professor of English and the director of the first-year writing program at UW-Green Bay. She has a Ph.D. in English from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Her research interests include rhetorical theory and the rhetoric of education, specifically as it applies to high school students. She is also interested in creative nonfiction and its place in English composition programs and has published articles in both academic and creative journals. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
After complaining about a challenging assignment, Anne Schauer-Gimenez was told in graduate school, “every engineer needs to know something about running a business.” In this TEDx talk, Schauer-Gimenez describes her journey from engineering into business. By starting a company, Mango Materials, she has gotten out of her comfort zone and made a transition from the lab into a role of outreach and marketing. Schauer-Gimenez is the vice president of customer engagement and co-founder of Mango Materials, a startup company that uses biogas (methane) to feed bacteria that manufacture a biodegradable polymer. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science ’00 and a master’s degree in Environmental Science and Policy ‘02 from UW-Green Bay, along with a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Marquette University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Technology has shattered the traditional pillars of leadership: position, competence, and information. Trust, the new foundation of leadership excellence requires authenticity, transparency, and vulnerability. Today’s leader must choose the path of self-discovery, self-belief, and a commitment to love oneself first as the prerequisite for leading others well. Fred Johnson is the chief executive officer and founder of InitiativeOne. He has created and implemented leadership transformation processes that accelerate positive culture change by helping leaders become more authentic, courageous, open and human than ever before. He is passionate about elevating leaders and exponentially impacting the leadership culture of an organization. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Timing is often overlooked. Its never really considered to play a significant role in day-to-day life. In this talk, Lorenzo combines a personal story with research conducted at Washington University in St. Louis to explain why Timing is Everything. Lorenzo Lones is a neuroscience Ph.D. student at Washington University in St. Louis. He received bachelor of science degrees in Psychology and Human Biology from UW-Green Bay in 2016. Currently, he works in the lab of Dr. Aaron DiAntonio where he studies the molecular mechanisms underlying axon degeneration. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Art Agency, the UW-Green Bay visual arts advocacy student group, has announced that it is extending an invitation for faculty/staff and alumni to participate in their third biannual art sale on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 in the University Union Phoenix C from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sale is both an opportunity for students — and now faculty/staff and alumni — to sell work while generating a small profit to help fund Art Agency. Commission will be 10% for students and 25% for alumni and faculty participants. All mediums are welcome. There is no need to be present the day of the event, Art Agency students will be staffing the sale. Reserve a spot by Friday, November 16 with Art Agency President Brianna Fischer via email at email@example.com.
See Brianna’s video for answers to common questions.