Tag: Arts Management

Canary in the coal mine? ‘After Thoughts’ considers future of the arts

UW-Green Bay Prof. Ellen Rosewall tackled a timely topic during the first After Thoughts presentation of the academic year Oct. 7, presenting “Future of the Arts: Is the Green Bay Symphony the Canary in the Coal Mine?” before a full house in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.

Rosewall at ‘After Thoughts’ will talk GBSO, ‘Future of the Arts’

The first After Thoughts of the season is fast approaching, with a gathering from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 7) in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner Center. Arts Management Prof. Ellen Rosewall will present “Future of the Arts: Is the Green Bay Symphony the canary in the coalmine?” Rosewall, author and advocate for […]

‘After Thoughts’ will feature Rosewall on future of the arts

Prof. Ellen Rosewall will explore the juxtaposition between the announced dissolution of the Green Bay Symphony and the success of the recently revived Weidner Center — and what it might all mean for the future of the arts — during the first After Thoughts event of the academic year. Rosewall will present “Future of the […]

UW-Green Bay’s Rosewall to explore future of the arts in ‘After Thoughts’ talk Oct. 7

The demise of the century-old Green Bay Symphony — and what it may or may not mean for the future of the arts more broadly — will be the topic of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s first After Thoughts program of the academic year. UW-Green Bay Professor of Arts Management Ellen Rosewall will present “Future […]

Faculty note: Rosewall re-elected officer of international arts group

Prof. Ellen Rosewall of Art and Design was re-elected vice president of the Association of Arts Administration Educators at the group’s annual meeting in Montreal earlier this summer. AAAE is an international association representing Arts Management programs in colleges and universities around the world. Rosewall, who initiated and directs the Arts Management program at UW-Green […]

Carillon to sound at 4:30 in Larmouth’s memory

UW-Green Bay faculty and staff leaving campus for the weekend will hear the Weidner Memorial Carillon tolling shortly after 4:30 p.m. today (Friday, June 13) as a mark of respect for longtime faculty member and administrator Donald W. Larmouth, who passed away this week. Founding Chancellor Edward Weidner and Larmouth were close associates, and Larmouth […]

‘The Role of Universities in Promoting Citizenship in Their Communities’

A number of UW-Green Bay academic programs will host a faculty forum discussion from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 6, in the Alumni Rooms of the University Union. A guest panelist — Associate Prof. Kimberly Gauderman of the University of New Mexico history faculty — will help address the topic “The Role of Universities […]

To learn, research and innovate: Faculty members awarded 2014-15 sabbaticals

A dozen UW-Green Bay faculty members will use 2014-15 sabbaticals to conduct research, enrich themselves academically and eventually return to the classroom with additional knowledge and insight. Associate and full professors from nine departments across campus will take semester-long or full-year sabbaticals to pursue a variety of projects and initiatives, said Julia Wallace, UW-Green Bay […]

More on Chancellor’s, University Leadership award-winning students


We brought you the news yesterday of this semester’s Chancellor’s Leadership Medallion and University Leadership Award winners, 11 graduating seniors whose involvement and academics will be honored during a Friday, Dec. 13 commencement eve ceremony. Today, we’ve got a news release that tells you more about the winners, by any account an impressive lot. The […]

Snapshot: Rosewall book signing and reception

Current students, alumni, friends and community members turned out earlier this week when the ARTgarage on Cedar Street hosted a book signing with Prof. Ellen Rosewall. The Art and Design faculty member is the author of Arts Management: Uniting Arts and Audiences in the 21st Century, newly released by Oxford University Press, USA. Check out […]