Tag: Art

Prof. Meinhardt to present on ‘The Complex Mosaic of Human Sexes’

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Dan Meinhardt (Human Biology, Women’s and Gender Studies, Art) will present “The Complex Mosaic of Human Sexes” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5 at the Neville Public Museum. “Oh, you had a baby. What is it?” is often the first question asked… and most think it’s a simple question with one […]

Faculty note: Deetz has two paintings juried

UW-Green Bay Prof. Kristy Deetz had two paintings juried into First Street Gallery’s 2017 National Juried Exhibition. The juror, Peter Colon, Associate Director of DC Moore Gallery, NYC, viewed 1,700 works from artists nation wide to curate the 50 work exhibition that runs June 22-July 15th at First Street Gallery, 526 West 26th Street, New York City (www.firststreetgallery.org). Deetz also has a solo […]

Faculty note: More on Prof. Deetz and FABRICation

We have mentioned a well-traveled art exhibition, FABRICation, co-curated by UW-Green Bay Prof. Kristy Deetz (Art). Adding to the story are comments by gallery owners. The exhibition has traveled across the United States, beginning in October of 2013, and most recently opened at the Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD, running through July 8, 2017.

Faculty note: Meinhardt and Gates artwork to be featured in The Rabbit Gallery

UW-Green Bay Prof. Alison Gates (Art) and Associate Prof. Dan Meinhardt (Human Biology, Women’s and Gender Studies and Art) has a mixed-media piece called “Gender Reveal Party” accepted for Lawrence University’s art exhibition The Rabbit Gallery. Meinhardt’s digital art called “Self Portrait” was also accepted. The Rabbit Gallery’s theme for 2017 is “Transitions & the In-Between.” An opening […]

Winners of Art Merit Scholarship Competition announced

The winners of the Art Discipline’s recent Art Merit Scholarship Competition were announced at the opening of Senior Show II in the Lawton Gallery Saturday, April 29, 2017. The Art faculty evaluated five examples of each participant’s art work to award $21,000 in scholarship money. Evaluation criteria included formal quality, technical mastery, conceptual depth, integration, context and consistency. […]