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“Unbelievable Cities” Opening Reception

Unbelievable Cites: Etchings of Whistler, Haden, and Pennell opened on Thursday, September 11 in the UWM Art History. Graduate student and curator Leigh Wilcox gave a talk to almost fifty attendees.

Art 101: Drawing I Visits the UWM Art History Gallery

Students from Art 101: Drawing I, along with Professor Rosalie Beck, visited the UWM Art History Gallery on Wednesday, September 17, 2014. Here they can be seen studying and discussing the etchings of Whistler, Haden, and Pennell.

Art History Table Skirt

The UWM Graduate School gave the Department of Art History a new table skirt to use for recruitment and other activities.

ARTHIST 104 views objects from the UWM Art Collection

Visiting Assistant Professor Matt Rarey brought objects from the UWM Art Collection into Mitchell Hall 195 to show his students in ARTHIST 104: African, New World and Oceanic and Art and Architecture.

ArtHist 102 Visits the UWM Art History Gallery

Teaching Assistants Matt Rogan and Kara Hendrickson are using the UWM Art Collection with weekly visits to the UWM Art History gallery to enhance the ARTHIST 102: Renaissance to Modern Art and Architecture experience.

Art Exposé – Hilary Snow

On Tuesday, September 9, 2014, the UWM Art History Gallery hosted it’s first Art Exposé, a monthly gallery talk that exhibits a selected object from the UWM Art Collection on the second Tuesday of every month from 1-2 PM.

Installing Unbelievable Cities

This past week, graduate student and student curator Leigh Wilcox and UWM Art History Gallery Graduate Intern Nora Jimenez installed the upcoming exhibition, Unbelievable Cities: Etching of Whistler, Haden, and Pennell. In the photo, the two students are seen putting… Read More

ART + SCIENCE

On Tuesday, September 2, 2014, Linda Brazeau and Christa Story traveled to the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences to install art.

Professor and Graduate Student take Selfie in Rome

Professor and Graduate Student take Selfie in Rome

Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany and Graduate Student Samantha Landre were both doing research in Rome this summer.

ArtHist 102 Visits the UWM Art History Gallery

Art History 102 Visits the UWM Art History Gallery

Associate Professor Tanya Tiffany’s Art History 102: Renaissance to Modern Art and Architecture class had the opportunity to visit the UWM Art History Gallery, located in Mitchell Hall 158, twice this summer. The first time the class looked at a… Read More