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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
In UW-Green Bay’s Studio Arts Lab 112, jewelry artist Barbi Gossen feverishly sketched, etched, sanded and soldered her intricate creations into the 2015 Alumni Awards. Gossen was the artist commissioned to create the awards in this 50th Anniversary year.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Student artist Adam Fulwiler was honored for his work, “Windows” selected to be featured on this year’s holiday card. UW-Green Bay graduate Tammy Resulta documented the event through photos.
UW-Green Bay art faculty member Professor Christine Style, as well as a number of UWGB alumni, staff and current students, found a unique way to put ink on paper recently — a multi-ton steamroller.
UW-Green Bay student artist Adam Fulwiler was honored for his work, “Windows” a layered, large-scale acrylic painting chosen for display as the Chancellor’s Holiday Art Scholarship selection for 2015-16.