Paul Wellington’s passion for building with Lego bricks led him to pursue an architecture degree at UWM. And now he’s competing on nationwide TV every week on this season’s “LEGO Masters.”
Home movies will be inspected and/or repaired by UWM volunteers at the free event Oct. 14. The movies can also be screened for an audience while the owner narrates.
The prize, which is funded by the Marcus Corporation Foundation, provides a $100,000 award – half to the winner and the other half to bring Xu to Milwaukee to teach a spring 2024 studio at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning.
The podcast will be formally launched Oct. 5 at a HOLA Archives Podcast Project reception in the Golda Meir Library Fourth Floor Conference Center from 5 to 7 p.m.
When student Alexis Treadway discovered the university didn’t have a radio station, she did something about it. Now, it’s a source of fostering community and provides a means of learning valuable skills.
Kevin Loh, a second-year master’s degree student in UWM’s classical guitar program, is racking up an impressive number of awards in international guitar competitions.
Residents of Sherman Park have a new place to meet and enjoy being outdoors, thanks to students from nine Milwaukee Public Schools who helped design and build a new community gathering spot at 55th and Center streets.
CDS provides preliminary design and planning services to underserved communities, nonprofit agencies and municipalities in Milwaukee and the surrounding areas.
Jovanny Caballero Hernandez works as a photographer for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and as an artist. Much of his work grows out his cultural heritage, he says.
The “Time-Space-Existence Exhibition” focuses on sustainable and diverse neighborhoods that are managing change. UWM’s exhibit focuses on Chicago’s Devon Avenue neighborhood, on the city’s north side.