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The exhibition of selected woven pieces from the Woven Structure and Introduction to Fibers courses in the Department of Art and Design
An exhibition showcasing work created by students who are receiving scholarship in the 2017-2018 school year. This exciting annual event includes artwork produced by these emerging artists in a wide range of mediums and covering a variety of topics.
Deborah Jojola’s creative practice connects her tribal lands and history by reviving images from the past and transforming them into symbolic forms for the future.
Milwaukee native Della Wells is a self-taught, multi-faceted artist. Born in 1951, Wells has deep roots in the city's art community. In 2016 she, along with Dasha Kelly, were named 2016 Artists of the Year by the City of Milwaukee Arts Board.
Wrestling control of her inherently fluid medium, Maggie Michael's work can be seen as reckoning with painting's dual nature, at once dynamic and still. Within individual works she achieves an exquisite tension between those states, but the arc of her career more generally can be seen as a back-and-forth between them
Metals, Printmaking, Sculpture, and other student orgs collaborate and showcase their work in this Contemporary Craft Sale.
The Jewelry and Metalsmithing student organization Object holds its annual Sale innovative student work.
The graduating students of the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts programs will be presenting their projects in the UWM biannual showcase.
Rose Curley will speak on her recent work, a graphic memoir examining the issues surrounding her transracial adoption.
The Design Entrepreneur Showcase presents its annual fall event featuring the innovative products and services developed by senior students in Design & Visual Communication at UWM.
Michelle Angela Ortiz is a visual artist/skilled muralist/community arts educator who uses her art as a vehicle to represent people and communities whose histories are often lost or co-opted.
Simon Levin is a visiting artist, lecturer and kiln builder at The China Academy of the Arts in Hangzhou, where he and his apprentices have been bringing a technology that originated in Asia and has evolved in the incubator of the United States back to Asia.
Korean-born, Sang-Mi Yoo’s print media and installations obscure the distinction between perception and reality, past and present, revealing the contradictions of our fixed ways of seeing everyday life and values.
The Union Art Gallery and the Jewelry and Metalsmithing program host a one day symposium features speakers and serves as an official start of the project, which will culminate in an exhibition involving multiple UW programs at the Union Art Gallery April 13-May 11, 2018.
By considering technology, 90’s underground youth culture, and art history, Walsh works to re-construct an image of abstraction that feels appropriate to his time and place.
Cho has been exhibiting her work extensively in various venues nationally and internationally and is the recipient of numerous awards.
Talcott's work projects explore the role of jewelry as a rhetorical device, and in this capacity, how it functions as an agent in rituals that negotiate social, temporal, and spiritual boundaries.
Meg Mitchell has shown her work in numerous group and solo exhibitions, at venues such as the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Conner Contemporary, the DC Art Center, the Museum of Applied Art (MAK) in Vienna and the International Waldkunst Zentrum in Germany.
Ganch's most recent solo exhibitions include TIED at Richmond Visual Arts Center, Richmond, VA and Land and Sea at Sienna Patti Contemporary.
Peck School of the Arts' Department of Art & Design presents: Metals!18, a juried exhibition of student work in jewelry and metalsmithing.
Gregory Martens shakes off the pressure to conform, tapping into his early joy of drawing, and filling his prints, artists books, and drawings with the absurd, the demonic, the historical, the political, and cool cars.
Josh MacPhee is a designer, artist, archivist, and a founding member of both the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative and Interference Archive.
The Plug-In Studio (Steve Ciampaglia + Kerry Richardson) is a socially engaged new media art collective that collaborates with adults and youth in diverse Chicago communities.
The seniors in the Design & Visual Communication program at UWM will be showcasing their work from the spring semester.