The new arena in downtown Milwaukee isn’t just a place for concerts and basketball games. It’s also something of an art gallery, with works from local artists filling the walls, including works by UWM alum Eric Oates.
Michael Newman, Journalism, Advertising, & Media Studies professor and department chair, is going Hollywood for a week, Nov. 5-9, as a newly named Television Academy Foundation fellow.
Software may become obsolete in just a few years, but a device’s plastic, metal and glass can take hundreds of years to decompose. What do we do with that? What does that say about us? UWM artist Nathaniel Stern explores these questions.
Dozens of 16-millimeter films, some of them classic and rare, have been languishing in canisters and file folders for years. But some film studies students are bringing the Patricia Mellencamp collection back to life, and back to the film screen.
Since graduating from UWM in 1992 with a degree in film, Milwaukee native Eric Haywood has methodically built a career as a writer, director and producer. His credits include “Soul Food: The Series,” “Private Practice” and “Four of Hearts.”
Christopher Elst has carved out a niche in southeastern Wisconsin’s theater world: He’s one of the few who helps create fight scenes so real that the audience worries about someone getting hurt.
A new book by UWM film studies scholar Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece explores the influence of Benjamin Schlanger and the birth of the modern movie theater.
The Wisconsin Association of Foreign Language Teachers has bestowed an award on UWM lecturer Shinji Takahashi for his contributions to teaching Japanese language and culture.
A twist of fate and a UWM education helped create a 45-year career as Milwaukee’s pre-eminent chronicler of its past.
Several World War I artifacts from UWM Center for Nursing History are part of a new exhibit at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan.