MILWAUKEE, WI – November 02, 2018 – Andrew Gray is a 19-year-old University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student who spends his time living in an older adult facility where he organizes and provides storytelling and theater workshops for its residents. Andrew Gray… Read More
Students worked with faculty member Dr. Anne Basting and the Islands of Milwaukee Project to increase pedestrian safety for older adults living throughout the city. Using public performance at intersections, older adults and UWM students raised awareness about the difficulty… Read More
In the spring semester of 2015, the Art and Design Living Learning Communities (LLCs) collaborated on a work of public art addressing issues of environmentalism and waste. The students, in coordination with CCBLLR, formed a relationship with the Urban… Read More
Film students learn from older adults at Jewish Home and Care Center.
In the Fall 2013 semester, ART 150: Multicultural America worked with the Pan African Community Association (PACA) on a collaborative digital storytelling project. As defined by the Center for Digital Storytelling, a digital story is a first-person narrative told through… Read More