Three UW-Green Bay artists in Madison show will talk here next Wednesday
UW-Green Bay faculty artists Sarah Pearl Detweiler, Carol Emmons, and Alison Stehlik, whose artworks are included in the 2010 Wisconsin Triennial, will discuss their works in an illustrated talk in Green Bay on Wednesday, June 16. The free talk will be presented at the Neville Public Museum of Brown County, 210 Museum Place, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Detweiler’s Triennial submission consists of three diptychs from Sometimes we just don’t feel like ourselves, which shows Detweiler and her husband dressed in costumes in side-by-side photographs. Emmons has created a participatory installation titled Here. There., dealing with memories and Madison history. Stehlik says her eleven sculptural portraits on view in the Wisconsin Triennial are inspired by her curiosity about genealogy and ancestry. The artists will share insight on how Green Bay influences their lives as teachers and artists. For more information, read our previous post.