Tag: Art

German film ‘Measuring the World’ is Wednesday at Neville

The Green Bay Film Society’s International Film Series continues this week with a screening of the 2012 German film “Measuring the World,” a fictionalized account of Alexander von Humboldt’s and Carl Friedrich Gauss’ travels and their attempts to “measure the world” in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The film is free and open to […]

Congratulations to student, alumni and faculty artists

A number of  UWGB student, alumni and faculty artworks have been selected for the highly competitive 2016 Wisconsin Artists Biennial exhibition at the Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) in West Bend. UWGB students are Michael Arendt, graphite and carbon drawing; Alex Hopkins, archival pigment print; Gena Selby, etching and Katelyn Smits, etching. Alumni exhibitors include […]

Meinhardt’s Dec. 16 talk co-sponsored by Pride Center

Faculty member Daniel J. Meinhardt will speak at 7 p.m. next Wednesday (Dec. 16) in the Christie Theatre of the University Union. His topic will be “The Spectrum of Sex: A Personal Journey from Curious Scientist to Activist Artist.” Meinhardt is a board member of the Fox Valley group Positive Voice (http://www.pvinc.org/), which supports the […]

Artist in residence: Brittanie Bondie and moon light

A colleague calls our attention to the work of Brittanie Bondie, a recent MFA graduate of the University of Florida in photography, who is spending the academic year as artist-in-residence at UW-Green Bay through generous support from the 1923 Fund. Bondie is teaching and working on a new creative project using the light of the […]

43rd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

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The Lawton Gallery’s annual juried art exhibition is open to any student enrolled at UW-Green Bay. Consisting solely of student work in a variety of media, the recent exhibition was guest juried by Kendra Bulgrin, director of the James May Gallery in Algoma. All Lawton Gallery events are free and open to the public. Click […]

Sherman, Gates present The Flax Project in ‘After Thoughts’ talk Nov. 3

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The re-creation of the ancient processing technique of turning flax to linen will be a topic of UW-Green Bay’s next After Thoughts presentation of the 2015-16 season. UW-Green Bay Associate Professor of Medieval History and Archeology, Heidi Sherman, and Associate Professor of Fiber Arts, Alison Gates, will present “The Flax Project” Tuesday, Nov. 3, in […]

Art faculty of UW-Green Bay (age 50) to exhibit at Neville Museum (age 100)


The teaching faculty of UW-Green Bay have been invited to exhibit art at the Neville Public Museum in co-celebration of the museum’s 100th anniversary and the University’s 50th. The anniversary art show will run from Jan. 22 to March 13, 2016 on the mezzanine of the museum. Participating faculty are Kristy Deetz, Sarah Detweiler, Carol […]