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ARTHIST 760 Prints Lithographs

Students in Visiting Assistant Professor Sarah Schaefer’s ARTHIST 760: Modern Print Culture took a break from discussing the history of prints last Monday to experience a demonstration of lithographic printmaking.

Art Exposé: Elissa Peterson

On Tuesday, October 6, 2015, the UWM Art History Gallery hosted Art Exposé.

ARTHIST 760 Views more prints from UWM Art Collection

Visiting Assistant Professor Sarah Schaefer’s ARTHIST 760: Modern Print Culture class had the opportunity once again to view prints from the UWM Art Collection in the UWM Art History Gallery on Monday, September, 28, 2015.

UWM Art Collection Traveling Exhibitions

The UWM Art Collection is pleased to announce that it has initiated a Traveling Exhibition program which presently offers two high quality print exhibitions for loan to museums and university art galleries.

Collection Spotlight for October

New!  Collection Spotlight! This monthly news item highlights an object from the permanent collection with descriptive and interpretive information. Pierre Auguste Renoir The Hat Secured with a Pin (3rd version), 1894 Etching Plate: 4 5/8 x 3 3/8 inches Sheet: 13… Read More

Brazeau and Negri attend the Milwaukee Film Festival

On Tuesday, September 30, 2015, Linda Brazeau (Director, UWM Art Collection and Galleries) and Kate Negri (Academic Department Associate) attended the 2015 Milwaukee Film Festival. They watched the film Almost There at the Times Cinema in Wauwatosa.

Schaefer presents at Duke University Conference

On September 11th, Visiting Assistant Professor Sarah Schaefer presented a talk titled “God in the Machine: Magic Lantern Slides and Modern Religious Pedagogy” at Duke University in Durham, NC.

ARTHIST 365 views Photography from UWM Art Collection

On Wednesday, September 16th, Visiting Assistant Professor Sarah Schaefer’s class, ARTHIST 365: History of Photography, viewed several photographs from the UWM Art Collection in the UWM Art History Gallery.

Tanya Tiffany to give Velázquez Lecture at MAM

Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany will be giving a lecture, “Making the Master: Diego Velázquez’s Early Paintings and the Culture of 17th-Century Seville” at the Milwaukee Art Museum on Thursday, October 8, at 6:15 PM.

Gorfinkel to present at Symposium in Montreal

Associate Professor Elena Gorfinkel will be giving an invited talk at the symposium “Humorous Disruptions: Laughter and Technologies in Feminist Film and Media” at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.