Assistant Professor Marquise Mays featured on Creating Milwaukee series

Assistant Professor Marquise Mays was featured in a recent episode of No Studios’ mini-documentary series Creating Milwaukee. The series showcases some of Milwaukee’s best artists and creatives, shining a light on their connection to their community through art.

MFA alum Allison Calteux explores family’s history in archival project

Allison Calteux (MFA 2023, Art) has been receiving attention for her recent photography project Remnants // relics // remembrance. The impressive body of work examines her family archives through self-portraits and still-life interactions with books, jewelry, and images, creating representations of her ancestors. Calteux is now a lecturer in photography and imaging lecturer at PSOA.

Art & Design Professor Nathaniel Stern featured by Forbes

Professor Nathaniel Stern was prominently featured in Forbes’ recent article, “The Moon is a Trick: AI Flings Greek Mythology All-Stars into Space.” Known for merging art and technology, Professor Stern’s recent project, “Future Mythologies, 2023,” uses AI to imagine how Greek mythological characters might recite at a poetry slam in space.

Shepherd Express praises Peck School’s ‘Wildly Romantic Brontëan Mutation’

Russ Bickerstaff from Shepherd Express wrote about the Peck School of the Arts production of The Moors by Jen Silverman, calling it a “wildly romantic Brontëan mutation.” Bickerstaff remarked that director Ralph Janes and company “did a brilliant job of presenting a haunting and beautifully cohesive vision.”