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Folk Art Donors Visit the UWM Art History Gallery

On Tuesday, December 16, 2014, Linda Brazeau (Director, UWM Art Collection and Galleries), Christa Story (Curator, UWM Art Collection), and Katherine Murrell (Art History Lecturer) welcomed UWM Art Collection donors Jim and Beth Arient and Bob Vogele to the UWM Art History Gallery to see Extraordinary and Ordinary: Folk Art from the UWM Art Collection.

Aschenbrenner received Student Success Award

Senior Lecturer and UWM Art History MA graduate Michael Aschenbrenner received a 2014-2015 Student Success Award.

UWM Art History in the Haggerty Museum of Art News

The Haggerty has always worked closely with UWM’s Peck School of the Arts and Art History departments.

Elena Gorfinkel published in Screen

Assistant Professor Elena Gorfinkel’s dossier, co-edited with John David Rhodes(University of Cambridge), of four essays on the experimental filmmaker Peggy Ahwesh has been published in the film and media studies journal Screen (55.4 Winter 2014).

African Art in the UWM Art History Teaching Gallery

On December 3 and December 8, 2014, Visiting Assistant Professor Matthew Francis Rarey went from professor to student in ARTHIST 371: African Art.

Weather Patterns: the smell of red

Author: Jennifer Johung, Associate Professor Published in: 7 Invitations, edited by Lital Dotan and Eyal Perry Publisher: Glasshouse Gallery Year: 2014 More information

Art Exposé: Nora Jimenez

On Tuesday, December 9, 2014, the UWM Art History Gallery hosted Art Exposé.

Ying Wang in Tibet

Associate Professor Ying Wang participated in a pilgrimage, or khora, at the snow-mountain Kangrenboqe (also known as Mt. Gangdis, Tise and Kailas) in Tibet during the summer of 2014.

ARTHIST 102 views Picasso, Kandinksy, and Miró

Last week students from Kara Hendrickson’s and Matt Rogan’s discussion sections visited the UWM Art History Gallery for the last time this semester.

Jeff Jara and “The Problem with Folk Art”

On Thursday, December 4, 2014, MA graduate Jeff Jara gave a gallery talk in the UWM Art History Gallery in conjunction with Katherine Murrell’s “Extraordinary and Ordinary: Folk Art from the UWM Art Collection.”