Tag: Studio Arts

New in pictures: Studio Arts becomes three-floor gallery

We told you here last week that Studio Arts has been temporarily transformed from mere building to three-floor art gallery — and now we’ve got the photos to show it. The pieces from student artists are on display now through Wednesday (Nov. 20), and available for free public viewing. On the first floor (C-wing and cafeteria) you’ll find sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, jewelry/metals and design methods. On third floor, check out graphic design, environmental design and photography. And up top, on fourth floor, you’ll find painting, drawing textiles and 2-D design. Check out our photo gallery.

Hallways of Studio Arts Building become three-floor art gallery

Studio Arts, student art displayFantastic works by student artists and designers are on display in the Studio Arts Building now through Wednesday (Nov. 20). It ties in with the Art and Design programs preparing for an accreditation visit from the National Schools of Art and Design. So, not only is the work of top student artists on display in the Lawton Gallery, the hallways of Studio Arts are alive with art in selected locations, free for public viewing.

Here’s a quick directory:
SA 1st floor (C–wing and cafeteria) – sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, jewelry/metals and design methods
SA 3rd floor – graphic design, environmental design and photography
SA 4th floor – painting, drawing, textiles, and 2-D design

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— Photos by Eric Miller, photographer, Office of Marketing and University Communication

In the news: Campus graffiti

We told you last week that University Police are investigating a string of graffiti incidents in Studio Arts and Theatre Hall. NBC 26 news picked up the story for a recent broadcast, noting the damage has cost thousands of dollars. Anyone with information is encouraged to call Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers at (920) 432-STOP (7867) or University Police at (920) 465-2300, ext. 2.

Links to the broadcast and more information from University Communication:
NBC 26 news | UW-Green Bay
 

Police seek information on graffiti incidents

UW-Green Bay Police are seeking the person or persons responsible for a string of recent graffiti incidents in Studio Arts and Theatre Hall. The incidents could be charged as felonies, but University Police are willing to work on a different resolution if the person responsible comes forward. Anyone with information is asked to call Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers at (920) 432-STOP (7867) or University Police at (920) 465-2300, ext. 2. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward. More information.
 

University Police seek information on graffiti incidents

UW-Green Bay Police are seeking information on a recent string of graffiti incidents in Studio Arts and Theatre Hall.

The graffiti resurfaced in late October when doors, walls and recycling bins were defaced, after some similar activity was reported last year but stopped during the summer. The graffiti has caused thousands of dollars in damage, including to a dumpster that was not fixable and had to be replaced, said UW-Green Bay Police Chief Tomas Kujawa.

“This is not what UW-Green Bay is all about,” Kujawa said. “It’s time for it to end.”

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The incidents could be charged as felonies, but University Police are willing to work on a different resolution with the person responsible for the graffiti if he or she comes forward, Kujawa said.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Green Bay Area Crime Stoppers at (920) 432-STOP (7867) or University Police at (920) 465-2300, ext. 2. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.