Art Open House

UW-Green Bay Dark RoomAt the Art Open House (March 4), UW-Green Bay art students and faculty opened their doors to prospective students, their parents and the campus community. The event gave visitors a first-hand opportunity to see what UW-Green Bay offers undergraduates interested in Studio Arts, Design Arts, Arts Management and Art Education.

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Photos by photo intern Adam Koenig, and Kimberly Vlies, Office of Marketing and University Communication

Art students led optional guided tours of the studios and invited visitors to tour on their own. Tour participants observed demonstrations in all of the nine studio areas: painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, graphic design, sculpture, textiles, jewelry/metals and ceramics. Between studio visits, guests took in student artwork that covered the hallways and student gallery.

In the Studio Arts cafeteria, faculty members and admissions representatives were available to answer questions. Student groups shared information about on-campus extracurricular activities in art, as well.

For more information visit www.uwgb.edu/art/.

Kimberly Vlies

Kimberly began working with web and graphic design in 2004 and joined the Office of Marketing and University Communication (M/UC) in October 2007.

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