Tag: photography

Bay College announces opening reception for art exhibition featuring UW-Green Bay alumna Terri Warpinski

Bay College announces the exhibition of UW-Green Bay alumna Terri Warpinski’s ’79 (Humantities) “Surface Tension,” which studies landscape as a trace of socio-cultural interaction in three geographical locations around the world. The exhibition runs from Sept. 3 to Sept. 18, 2019. Artist reception is 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019 at the Besse Gallery. […]

Office of International Education photo contest winners

UW-Green Bay’s Office of International Education has announced the winners in each category for its annual Study Abroad Photo Contest: People and Culture Libbie Gerondale | Bailarines | Cuernavaca, Mexico Buildings and Monuments (tie) Hayden Boson | Chateau de Chenonceau | Chenonceaux, France Jesse Rehn | Mont Saint Michel | Mont Saint Michel, France Scenery […]

National Geographic Live – Beauty and the Bizarre to come to Weidner Center on Wednesday, Oct. 24

Come see the world up close at the National Geographic Live — Beauty and the Bizarre on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. Biologist turned photographer Anand Varma will share dramatic, bizarre and beautiful images that reveal the secret world of the miniature life around us. Purchase tickets. 

Faculty note: UW-Green Bay’s Jason Hogue to serve as juror for art contest

The Miler Art Museum is in search of artists to submit their work for consideration in an upcoming exhibition. Artists are selected by jurors, one of which is photographer Jason Hogue ’11, a UW-Green Bay alumnus and instructor. Winners will receive cash awards. For more information on rules and registration, refer to the Door County […]

Japanese legend and message of peace inspires UW-Green Bay student artist

Peace Cranes in Library Commons

Are you familiar with the Japanese legend of a thousand origami cranes? The story became popular through a girl named Sadako Sasaki, who was only two years old when she became exposed to radiation due to the atomic bombing in Hiroshima during World War II. She developed leukemia at the age of 12, and began […]

Walk-in portrait hour – 9-10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 5

Need a new portrait for your departmental website or professional profile? UW-Green Bay Marketing and University Communication will host an open studio in Cofrin Library 820 from 9 to 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 5. No individual appointments are needed. During this designated walk-in photo hour, subjects are asked to arrive at anytime and line […]

Thanks for those who sought professional portraits… More open times ahead

Thanks to those who took advantage of open studio times during winter interim to have a professional portrait taken. The Office of Marketing and University Communication hosted a steady flow of faculty and staff. Additional times will be announced for the spring semester. If you have a large group of faculty and staff who are […]

Thursday is open studio time for professional portraits

Demand is high for professional headshots from various departments and units. To accommodate the requests, University photographer, Dan Moore, is holding open studio hours. Individuals are welcome to drop in anytime during the open hours. Groups of five or more should provide Moore with advanced notice at moored@uwgb.edu. This opportunity is for new employees or […]

Artist in residence: Brittanie Bondie and moon light

A colleague calls our attention to the work of Brittanie Bondie, a recent MFA graduate of the University of Florida in photography, who is spending the academic year as artist-in-residence at UW-Green Bay through generous support from the 1923 Fund. Bondie is teaching and working on a new creative project using the light of the […]