Cory O’Brien Borkowski was always interested in art, and a UWM metalsmithing class spoke to her. Now, she’s forging a career working with jewelry at Kesslers while also producing her own art.
Furrow, the literary magazine created in an English class at UWM, has won the National Program Director’s Prize from the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
“Evicted” was required reading for students in a UWM architecture studio class. The students’ work will be on display at the Mobile Design Box through September.
During his residency, the theater will stage Alvaro Saar Rios’ most recent play “On the Wings of a Mariposa,” which will debut in October.
UWM’s Peck School of the Arts is on Variety magazine’s list of best film schools in the world for a third straight year.
Midway through his college career, Devon Smith faced a huge challenge. With the help of Life Impact advisors, he met that challenge and has gone on to a post-college life as a filmmaker, artist and mentor to youths.
Rashaud Foster found his voice at UWM, and he found an outlet for his ambitions in a Journalism, Advertising and Media Studies audio lab.
Associate theatre professor Rebecca Holderness is collaborating with a team that is planning for the Modjeska Theater’s renovation from a vacant theater and parking lot to a community center with green space and an indoor, all-seasons playground.
James Tasse, senior lecturer, and William Watson, associate professor in the Peck School of the Arts theatre department, host the first-ever National Veterans Theatre Festival May 23-26 at the Milwaukee Rep’s Stiemke Studio.
Staging an opera isn’t easy, but it’s worth the effort for the valuable lessons it teaches UWM music and theater students, say those involved. This year’s production is Mozart’s “La Clemenza di Tito.”