Snow curates exhibition at Haggerty Museum of Art

UWM Department of Art History Visiting Scholar, Hilary Snow, curated an upcoming show at Marquette University’s Haggerty Museum of Art. Bijinga: Picturing Women in Japanese Prints opens on Thursday, January 21, 2016.

In Memoriam

In Memoriam: The Department of Art History and the UWM Art Collection and Art History Gallery wish to acknowledge the recent passing of two patrons, Mr. John Hill and Mr. John Lewis. We offer condolences to their families, honor their… Read More

New: Friends of Art History Membership!

The Friends of Art History (FOAH) membership program is an easy, affordable way to support the mission of the Department of Art History and the UWM Art Collection while enjoying some great benefits.

New “Adopt Art” program to help fund the UWM Art Collection and exhibitions

The UWM Department of Art History and UWM Art History Gallery are pleased to announce a new fundraising effort for the restoration and preservation of the UWM Art Collection (UWMAC) as well as gallery exhibitions.

Schaefer’s Bulletin Board

Visiting Assistant Professor Sarah Schaefer creates bulletin board advertisement for ARTHIST 357: 19th Century Painting in Europe.

Szczepaniak-Gillece on Canadian NPR

Assistant Professor of English and Film, Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece, was featured on ten successive Canadian NPR stations to discuss Stars Wars and special effects.

Fall 2015 Curator’s Conversations

On Friday, December 4, 2015, Linda Brazeau, Director of the UWM Art Collection and Galleries, Christa Story, Curator of the UWM Art Collection and Galleries, and Jackie Murphy, Fall 2015 UWM Art History Gallery Graduate Intern, traveled to Edgewood College in Madison, WI for Fall 2015 Curator’s Conversations.

Exhausted Drift: Austerity, Dispossession, and the Politics of Slow in Kelly Reichardt’s Meek’s Cutoff

Author: Elena Gorfinkel, Associate Professor Published in: Slow Cinema (pages123-136), edited by Tiago de Luca and Nuno Barrados Jorge Publisher: Edinburgh University Press Year: 2015 More information

Art Exposé: Jackie Murphy

On Tuesday, November 10, 2015, the UWM Art History Gallery hosted Art Exposé.

Nebamun Hunting Birds

“Nebamun Hunting Birds” was beautifully recreated by undergraduate students, Rachel Kreiter and Molly Meier, as their experiential art project for ARTHIST 315: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt class.