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A Valentine's Treat! Join UWM Music Faculty Elena Abend, Bernard Zinck, Rene Izquierdo and Elina Chekan along with invited guests for an afternoon of Romantic Chamber Music!
Glenn Williams explores constructs: political, social, or environmental in nature. He deconstructs, reconstructs, and sometimes simply reflects various accepted norms in an effort to expose and on occasion question their impact on varying social realities.
UWM Symphony Orchestra will perform a concert featuring the winners of the annual concerto competition as the soloists.
The UWM Youth Wind Ensemble program (UWAY) welcomes selected students who participated in the UWM Honor Bands Festival (Nov. 16-18, 2018). The select group of middle school students will form an "All-Star" Band and perform on the same concert as their high school counterparts, the members of "UWAY."
The Church of Type is the new Letterpress Studio of Kevin Bradley, one of America’s most prolific letterpress printmakers.
Winner of the Drama Critics' Award for Best New Play in 1947, All My Sons established Arthur Miller as a leading voice in the American theater. All My Sons introduced themes that thread through Miller's work as a whole: the relationships between fathers and sons, the conflict between business and personal ethics, and the haunting reminder that the past is not dead. It’s not even past.
Melissa Wagner-Lawler's work explores the perception of landscape and place, documenting the moments before change and destruction through artist books and prints.
UWM piano faculty Elena Abend and UWM Alumni Orlando Pimentel will present a recital for clarinet and piano, entitled “Fantasy, Song and Dance" featuring music from European and Latin American composers.
Join the UWM Advanced Women's Choir, Men's Choir, Women's Chorus, and Chamber Choir for a concert of songs about food, love, and music!
Hundreds of young people from all around the region come together for a morning of joining their voices in song!
Claudia Hart's work deals with issues of representation, and the role of the computer in shifting contemporary values about identity and what might be called the natural. Her project is to de-masculinze the culture of corporate technology by inserting the irrational and the personal into the slick, overly-determined Cartesian world of digital design.
In the studio, Lucy Derickson transforms found pewter serviceware in order to dissect complex human relationships and the objects tangled in that mess. The environmental benefits of using found material is essential to her current studio practice.
Tomory Dodge is an internationally recognized contemporary painter, much of this early work depicted scenes of wind blown detritus in desert-like settings, often exhibiting surreal or apocalyptic undertones while maintaining a sense of playfulness.
Peck School faculty and graduate studio doors open, inviting the community in to watch live art in the making. Experience four hours of art exhibitions & film screenings; live performances; demonstrations and hands-on activities for all ages.
Sensoria | Bridges presents an evening of new music for electronics and hybrid performance practices. The concert features "My Heart Sings - Silent", a stunningly beautiful composition by Jon Welstead and upper Midwest noise merchants Bridges of Königsberg (Christopher Burns, David Collins, and Peter…
Jay Wolke lives and works in Chicago, Illinois. He has had solo exhibitions at the Art Institute of Chicago, the St. Louis Art Museum, Harvard University and the California Museum of Photography.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Music Composition & Technology students present a diverse recital of newly composed chamber and electroacoustic music. About Milwaukee Composers' Collective: MCC is an organization of student composers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Peck School of the Arts.…
The UWM Percussion Ensemble presents its annual Spring concert featuring a variety of instruments, sounds, and music from different periods.
Zachery Lechtenberg is an artist who "appreciates the shelf ready object," as an avid collector of toys and other items. His highly stylized enamel works take the form of jewelry and narrative plates, with original packaging covered in hand drawn illustrations.
The Broadway revival in 1952 played in the shadow of the House for Un-American Activities, one of the first theatre productions to challenge that group’s vicious allegations, and what can happen when accusations are left unchecked by critical thinking. Originally produced in 1934, the play was banned in several major cities, amid controversial questions of “indecency”.
Mutope Johnson has a rich and diverse background in the visual arts. His practice has led him to consider his role as an artist and how creative thinking can serve as a useful tool to establish points of contact between artists and community.
The seniors in the Design & Visual Communication program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will be showcasing their work from the spring semester.
Join the UWM Concert Chorale, Advanced Women's Choir, Men's Choir, Women's Chorus, and Chamber Choir in their final concert of the 2018-2019 school year as they explore choral literature from a variety of styles, locations, and time periods.
End of the term showcase of Africa & the Diaspora and Salsa/Merengue classes.
Directed by Amanda Schoofs, Experimental Improvisation presents an evening of freely improvised sound. The concert is a culmination of a semester long study of improvisation as a non-idiomatic form of spontaneous music making that emphasizes uninhibited and real-time interaction between…
The ElectroAcoustic Music Center presents an end-of-semester salon concert, featuring new projects in electroacoustic music and music technology. Electronic, interactive, and hybrid works have been created this semester by Composition & Technology students, Interdisciplinary Arts Technology students, and others within…
Every year we welcome a wonderfully eclectic and talented group of nationally and internationally recognized dancers and choreographers form around the world to Milwaukee to participate in our graduate Dance M.F.A. program.
University Community Orchestra, led by conductor Margery Deutsch, performs works from classical and pops repertoires.