WBAY-TV spent time on campus Oct. 10, 2018 with the Phuture Phoenix fifth-graders, here for a campus tour day. Watch the segment.
UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. J P Leary (Humanities, First Nations Studies, and History) will share The Story of Act 31, at the Wade House Historic Site in Greenbush, Wis. tonight (Oct. 11, 2018) at 7 p.m. Since its passage in 1989, a state law known as Act 31 requires that all students in Wisconsin learn about the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of Wisconsin’s federally recognized tribes. The Story of Act 31 details the law’s inception-tracing its origins to a court decision in 1983 that affirmed American Indian hunting and fishing treaty rights in Wisconsin, and to the violent public outcry that followed the court’s decision. See more.
Project Coastal: The Community Collects is an art exhibition featuring artwork that has been donated to UW-Green Bay’s Permanent Art Collection, including, for the first time, work from the three other campuses. The exhibition opens today, Oct. 11, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. at the Lawton Gallery, Green Bay Campus and will be on display until Nov. 1.
Check out this concert at 7:30 p.m. October 16, 2018… Conducted by Randall Meder, Concert Choir is the premier choral ensemble of UW-Green Bay. The University Singers, conducted by Sarah Meredith Livingston, includes quality singers from all over campus. Both choirs perform repertoire drawn from a wide variety of periods and styles, from Bach to traditional folk tunes. The choirs will be joined by the UWGB Vocal Jazz Ensemble.
Hosted by UW-Green Bay and Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, a Girl Scout Wine & Cookie pairing event will be held at the Signature Lounge in the Weidner Center on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The short program begins at 5 p.m. This event provides the opportunity to learn more about the Girl Scouts organization. Kelli Strickland, executive and artistic director of the Weidner Center, will be speaking at the event. Please RSVP by Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend this event.
The show, Stuart Howland; Last Works on the Manitowoc Campus (Founders Hall Gallery) runs through Nov. 2, with a reception and gallery talk tonight. Here’s the description, “Stuart Howland, artist, father, husband, teacher, gardener, beekeeper, colleague and friend passed away last spring leaving behind family, friends and students who all felt, and still feel a profound sense of loss. Stuart also left behind a remarkable body of work done mostly in his last year. This work, a suite of twelve collages, are the core of this exhibition…” See more.