Save the date for the following events occurring at the Lawton Gallery located in Theatre Hall at UW-Green Bay:
Topographies: Work by Jessica Calderwood, Sarah Gross, Debbie Kupinsky, Michelle Tobia and Valerie Zimany, March 2 through 30
Opening Reception: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 2, 2017
Each artist seeks to create an experience that allows viewers to contemplate the meaning of their own personal terrains and challenge them to consider the cultural, physical and spiritual notions of topography. The artists were chosen for a diverse approach to concept, material, surface and form. Featured artists include Jessica Calderwood, an associate professor at Ball State University; Sarah Gross, an assistant professor at the University of Kansas-Lawrence; Debbie Kupinsky, an assistant professor at St. Norbert College; Michelle Tobia, a studio artist in North Wales, Pa.; and Valerie Zimany, an assistant professor at Clemson University.
Bill Sallak, Gallery Concert, Noon, Friday, March 3
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Bill Sallak (Music) teaches percussion, recording technology and world music. Sallak will be performing Michael Pisaro’s Closed Categories in Cartesian Worlds for solo crotales and sine tones. The Lawton Gallery serves as a fantastic acoustic space in which to enjoy this delicate and ambient work. Audience members are invited to come and go as they please, and walk around the Lawton Gallery space to enjoy the piece’s many subtleties. Sallak will give a short talk at noon before playing.