FOAH Behind-the-Scenes Tour

On Tuesday, September 27, UWM Art Collection Director, Linda Brazeau, and Curator, UWM Art Collection, Christa Story gave a behind the scenes tour of the UWM Art History Gallery and the UWM Art Collection (UWMAC) vault to Friends of Art History (FOAH) members at the Art Connoisseur level.

Gallery Renovation Update Fall 2016

The good news is that the renovation is scheduled to begin in fall 2016. Upon completion in spring 2017, the Art History Gallery, under the stewardship of the Department of Art History, will be transformed into a state-of-the-art 2,400 square feet exhibition space, renamed the Emile H. Mathis II Gallery, honoring the beneficence of patron Emile H. Mathis II, an art connoisseur, collector and gallery owner.

Tiffany elected to Fine Arts Society board

On Sept. 15, Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany was elected to the board of the Fine Arts Society of the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Goundie sculpture on loan to Peck Alumni Exhibition

From now until November 3, you can see George Goundie’s sculpture, Head of a Dancer (1959), on loan from the UWM Art Collection, in Continuum 2016: Sculpture.

ARTHIST 700 visits UWM Art History Gallery for student presentations

On Tuesday, September 20, Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany brought her ARTHIST 700: Proseminar graduate seminar to the UWM Art History Gallery for tow student presentations on objects from the UWM Art Collection.  Ben Teel, a graduate student in Film Studies,… Read More

A Welcomed Visitor to the UWM Art Collection

Director of the UWM Art Collection, Linda Brazeau, and Curator, Christa Story welcomed Lisa Benjamin, the granddaughter of UWM Art Collection donors, Blanche and Henry Rosenberg, to view art in the Rosenberg Collection which includes work by early modern masters such as Picasso, Miro, Kandinsky, Klee, Moore, Arp, Dubuffet and others.

Recent Acquisition from the Mahers

The UWM Art Collection has received another gift of art from Virginia and J. Thomas Maher III.

Welcome New Fall 2016 Graduate Students!

The UWM Department of Art History welcomes three new graduate students to the MA program this fall!

Hendrickson publishes essay in Fwd: Museums journal

An essay entitled “Human Rights Abuses Committed by the Guggenheim and Louvre Museums on Saadiyat Island” written by graduate student Kara Hendrickson has been published in the first edition of the Fwd: Museums journal.

ECO Ephemeral Opens on the UWM Campus

On Friday, September 19, ECO Ephemeral, a thesis exhibition curated by graduate student Pamela Caserta Hugdahl opened.