UWM students, staff, faculty, alums and departments are critical to the ongoing success of the expanding Milwaukee Film Festival.
Alan Magayne-Roshak witnessed most of UWM’s six decades through the lens of a camera. As we celebrate the school’s 60th anniversary, meet its visual encyclopedia.
When UWM art alum and special effects master Jim Rygiel began work on a remake of the 1959 blockbuster “Ben-Hur,” one thing worried him most — the iconic chariot race scene from the original movie.
UWM artist Raoul Deal and a team of high school and university students honor the pioneering advocacy group United Migrant Opportunity Services and its organizers.
UWM alum Melissa Ebbe has combined her artistic skills with her interest in fun and fantasy to create a business – and a successful run on reality television.
UW-Milwaukee is home to an impressive, though little known, art collection of more than 7,600 items, ranging from Western to non-Western, ancient to contemporary.
UWM students went out into senior communities and added a little artistic flair to their daily lives.
Arts alumna Melissa Ebbe can’t tell you how she fared on season 10 of the Syfy special-effects series “Face Off,” but you can watch her at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays.
On Dec. 16, students from the Peck School of the Arts will transform Kenilworth Square East into a dynamic and interactive space showcasing how technology intersects with creativity.
Few alumni leave legacies as visible as Jim Cheski’s: He designed the original UWM Panther.