Events

Art Expose Spring 2024

Art Exposé Gallery Talk – April 9, 2024

The Art Exposé are 15-minute presentations in which Gallery Staff, Faculty, or Gallery Interns discuss a mystery art object in the gallery collection. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the results of object-based learning and support our gallery team....

Wednesday, April 10 2024 4pm

Robo-Buddhism: Kokoro, Technology, and Spirituality in Japan Today

Public lecture by Dr. Jennifer Robertston, Professor emerita, Departments of Anthropology and Art History, Michigan State University Kokoro (心) is widely and innovatively used in everyday parlance and figures in many Japanese idioms. Kokoro connotes intellectual, emotional, and spiritual states...

Thursday, April 11 2024 - Thursday, May 9 2024

Saintly: Christian Women in Early Modern Europe

Saintly: Christian Women in Early Modern Europe, showcases our unique opportunity for students to complete a Master’s Thesis in the form of an exhibition. Saintly explores the relationship between laywomen and holy women from the Christian canon by examining depictions...

Thursday, April 11 2024 - Thursday, May 9 2024

What the Folk? American Objects from the UWM Art Collection

Accompanying a course on American Folk Art taught by the UWM Art History Department, What the Folk? explores the terminology and history that have shaped understandings of folk art, self-taught art, Americana, outsider art, and visionary art. It asks which artists and...