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.
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.
The Art Agency hosts its student art sale Wednesday and Thursday (May 4 and 5), in the “Studio Arts lounge.” Hours are 11 to 5 Wednesday and 4 to 8 Thursday. Both days will be filled with an array of mixed media work and live demonstrations, with entertainment on Thursday evening.
The sale will feature:
• Print Making
• Graphic Design
The UW-Green Bay Art Program invites the campus community to join them on Wednesday (April 13) for the Art Program Open House. The open house is expressly designed to allow prospective students, their parents and teachers and our UW System colleagues an opportunity to visit our campus and get a first-hand look at what UW-Green Bay has to offer undergraduates interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Studio Art, Arts Management, Design Arts and Art Education. “With assistance from the Admissions office we have invited 250 individuals, 100 high school teachers and their students and our colleagues at the 2-year campuses and their students to attend the open house.” The open house will run from 2 to 6 p.m. During that time, faculty will be leading tours of their studios every half hour. The tours are optional; you may also come and go throughout the Studio Arts Building as you please. There will be technical demonstrations in all of the nine studio areas: painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, graphic design, sculpture, textiles, jewelry/metals and ceramics. Know of someone who might be interested? Pass the word.