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Vaughan Larsen is a 2019 Nohl Fellow who explores issues of identity and relationships at the intersection of queer culture.
The University's 20-piece jazz big band will perform music from the catalogs of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and Charles Mingus, to Henry Mancini and Antonio Carlos Jobim, and Toshiko Akiyoshi.
Peter Antor received his MFA in Metalsmithing and Jewelry from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and his BFA in Jewelry and Metalsmithing from Grand Valley State University in 2011.
Taylor Levy is a Canadian artist and designer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work is about surfacing the inner workings of digital electronics.
Meghan Kirkwood is an Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis where she serves as area head of Photography.
Join UWM Faculty Members Nicki Roman (saxophone) and Alex Wier (percussion) for an evening of chamber music performances, including compositions by UWM Faculty Composers William Heinrichs and Phillip Sink.
Shaun Slifer’s practice combines research, activism, and alternative exhibition strategies.
Kim Cosier is a member of the Art Build Workers collective and is active in revolutionary movements in Milwaukee and beyond.
Ahree Lee (born Seoul, South Korea) is a multi-media artist working in video, photography, sound and interactive installations.
Gina Litherland’s fantastical figurative paintings combine memory, the imprint of childhood, the natural world and cultural experiences that often converge and recombine in a passing moment in our daily experience.
William Estrada grew up in California, Mexico, and Chicago. His teaching and art making practice focus on addressing inequity, migration, historical passivity and cultural recognition in under- represented communities.
The first in our annual New Dramaworks series, The Day the Music Came Back tells the story of a group of teens who must decide whether to risk their lives to listen to music.