Tag: Art

UW-Green Bay’s Kristy Deetz (Art) receives ‘Excellence in Teaching’ Award

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Art (painting and drawing) Professor Kristy Deetz received the 2016 Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) Award for Excellence in Teaching. She was presented with the award in October at the annual awards luncheon in Roanoke, Virginia, during the 72nd meeting of SECAC. The highly competitive award is made in recognition of outstanding […]

Photos: Awards for UW-Green Bay’s 44th annual Juried Student Art Exhibit announced

Student Art Show 2016

This year marked the 44th annual UW-Green Bay’s Juried Student Art Exhibition. The opening reception and awards ceremony was held on Nov. 10 in the Lawton Gallery. Leslie Vansen, a UW-Milwaukee painting professor, was the guest juror. The exhibition is on public display until Dec. 20. It features work by student artists in all mediums […]

44th annual juried student art exhibition

This year marks the 44th year of the annual Juried Student Art Exhibition. The opening reception and awards ceremony will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 10 in the Lawton Gallery, and the exhibition will be on public display to Dec. 20. UWGB students submit art for consideration. Leslie Vansen, a UW-Milwaukee […]

Art Open House tomorrow

Tomorrow (Thursday, Oct. 20), UW-Green Bay is hosting a Visual and Performing Arts Open House. Prospective students interested in art, music, and theatre are invited to explore the campus through specialized tours, class observations, and receptions. Admissions folks send thanks to all those involved in the event, especially faculty and staff from the art, music, […]

UW-Green Bay student artist Brianna Fischer has work selected for Chancellor’s Holiday Card

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University of Wisconsin-Green Bay student artist Brianna Fischer was honored for her work “What One Sees,” an acrylic on paper piece, at the Chancellor’s Holiday Art Scholarship Reception, recently. The event was hosted by Chancellor Gary L. Miller and his wife, Georgia Miller. “What One Sees” was selected by the Millers, from numerous student pieces […]

Work by Deetz, Emmons selected for ‘Wisconsin Triennial’ at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

Art and Design Prof. Kristy Deetz and Prof. Emerita Carol Emmons are two of 37 artists selected for the 2016 Wisconsin Triennial at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. They were chosen from more than 600 artists. This is Deetz’s second consecutive appearance in the Triennial, and Emmons’s eighth selection. Deetz is exhibiting work from […]

Exhibit featured alumni art

Art faculty chair Sarah Detweiler organized an exhibition “Renegade, Low Brow & Outsider Art,” at Arketype, Thursday, Sept. 15. The exhibition featured local artist Mark Woosencraft and the late Wesley Willis —a key figure in the history of punk music in the United States and the history of the punk scene in Green Bay. The exhibit […]

Emmons work displayed at UW-Milwaukee

Carol Emmons, professor emerita (Art & Design) is one of 11 alumni of UW-Milwaukee to be selected for an exhibition of sculpture featuring UWM emeritus sculpture professors and students. The exhibition runs in the Arts Center Gallery from Sept. 16 to Nov. 3. Emmons is showing a new installation piece entitled Cosmogony 2.2, one of a […]

50th anniversary art mural dedication

On Wednesday, August 24 (Convocation Day), UW-Green Bay will be holding an art mural dedication and ice cream social to celebrate the 50th anniversary. Alumnus Beau Thomas, the mural artist, will speak about the project, along with Kari Moody, UWGB Director of Alumni Relations, and Chancellor Gary Miller. The event will take place from 1 […]

Prof. Meinhardt presents his artwork at Jabberwock Gallery

Prof. Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology and Women’s and Gender Studies) will have a mobile on display at The Jabberwock Art Gallery in Algoma, beginning Aug. 5. The show is called “The Mobiles Show.” His art (as well as that of other faculty and UW-Green Bay graduates) will also be on display at The ARTgarage, August […]