Tag: Art

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 […]

UWGB faculty participate in boosting liberal education

On Thursday and Friday, Sept. 24 and 25, seven UW-Green Bay faculty members traveled to Madison to attend “Connecting Your Work to LEAP Wisconsin: A Faculty Collaboratives Conference.” Organized by the UW System and AACU — the national Association of American Colleges and Universities — the conference focused on strategies for providing he highest quality […]

Final bow for WC Gallery

A friend tipped us off to a Facebook post advertising the final exhibit at the Midwest’s smallest art gallery, the WC Gallery at the De Pere home of former UW-Green Bay Curator of Art Stephen Perkins. After 13 years of curating sometimes whimsical, sometimes provocative, always engaging shows in his rather small downstairs bathroom (the […]

Faculty note: Sherman presentation


The work of Heidi Sherman, associate professor of Humanistic Studies, and Alison Gates, associate professor of Art, was the topic of roundtable discussion at the annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists held at the University of Glasgow, Scotland on Sept. 4. The session was titled “Integrating Textile Studies into the Mainstream Archaeology/Anthropology Curriculum.” […]

Just our type: Exhibit highlights artistry, history

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The Hamilton Wood Type show at the Lawton Gallery was over a year and a half in the making, began Museum Director, Jim Moran in his pre- art opening presentation Thursday afternoon (Sept. 10). He addressed a roomful of students, faculty, staff, retirees, and alumni, acknowledging the combined efforts of UW-Green Bay Graphic Design Prof. […]

Camper sitings: Art, science and video camps in full swing

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It’s never quiet on a college campus. Mid-July means summer campers overtake the walkways, the labs, cafeterias and the outdoor spaces. Students enjoyed the High School and Middle School Art Camps, Life’s a Lab–Reality Science Camp, and Video Game Programming recently. High school art students could study among a variety of class offerings: photography trashion/fashion, […]