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COVID Protocols :

Masks – Students, employees, and visitors must wear masks indoors when sharing a room or in a common area.

Testing – UWM will require weekly testing of unvaccinated faculty, staff, and students who are not 100% online. The mandatory testing will continue through at least Sept. 30 as conditions warrant. Schedule a test here. Students and employees who are fully vaccinated can get an exemption from the testing requirement by completing this form.

Vaccinations – UWM is hosting a series of community COVID-19 vaccination clinics on campus at no cost to you. Sign up here for a vaccination appointment.

COMMUNITY HOURS:

September 17, 2021 @ 12 PM CT – SAMPLE General Body Metting in SARUP’s Courtyard
SAMPLE is looking for new members who are interested in joining our team! As a SAMPLE team member, you would get hands-on experience collecting and curating artistic content, designing and producing a journal, and planning and hosting an event here at SARUP. If you have any questions feel free to contact Jacob Rohan (jmrohan@uwm.edu) or Natalie Kuehl (nakuehl@uwm.edu).

September 17, 2021 @ 1:30 PM CT – Arch 410: Intuitive Structures and Kahn hosted by Karl Wallick

September 17, 2021 @ 4 PM CT – Community Conversation Day in Town of Beloit hosted by Kyle Talbott
The Rural Futures Studio hosts Community Conversation Day at Fire Station #2 in the Town of Beloit in Rock County (1143 Inman Parkway). The Rural Futures design team will facilitate discussions with over a dozen members of the community in order to better understand life in the Town of Beloit. The design team will then use this information to inform the programming of their design proposal for a new town center for the Town of Beloit.

September 17, 2021 @ 3:30 – Documentary Screening and Discussion; Milwaukee 53206
Please join us in AUP 170 from 3:30-5:30pm for a screening of the 2016 documentary, Milwaukee 53206. The screening will be followed by a discussion about the film, incarceration in Milwaukee and its relationship to architecture and urbanism.

“Through the intimate stories of three 53206 residents, MILWAUKEE 53206 chronicles the high toll that excessive and racially-biased jail sentences have on individuals and families. The film examines Milwaukee’s ZIP code 53206 and illuminates the story of people from across the United States who live with the daily effects of unfair and excessively long jail sentences.”

Hosted by SARUP and the Vulnerability Studio led by Assistant Professor Trudy Watt.

RECOMMENDED BY FACULTY:

September 15, 2021 @ 3 PM CTRemaining Milwaukee’s Waterfront featuring Jim Shields hosted by WCREW
Jim will be discussing Wisconsin’s Public Trust Doctrine and how it requires that any land that was the result of filling a waterway since statehood in 1848 must remain essentially public and accessible in nature. He will also discuss emerging waterfront trends like “naturalizing” the water’s edge (as opposed to continuous steel sheet piling) to increase the biological diversity and beauty of our urban waterways.

September 17 & 18, 2021 – Saving Wisconsin’s Historic Theatres, A Taliesin Workshop hosted by WI Trust for Historic Preservation
The workshop will feature the successes and challenges facing Wisconsin’s historic theaters and present the best practices in historic preservation.

You will learn how to execute a revitalization plan for your local theater or Main Street project. Experts will talk about every aspect of a historic restoration or adaptive reuse of a property and how to turn it into an economic engine. See for yourself the ongoing preservation activities of historic theatres and the other UNESCO World Heritage buildings on the Taliesin estate.

September 23, 2021 @ 5:30 PM CTWalk and Talk with Michelle Grabner hosted by WID
We are kicking off our first event of the season with an informal conversation with Michelle Grabner, co-curator of Sculpture MKE, while walking part of the Sculpture MKE route in Downtown Milwaukee. Michelle will discuss her leadership role for Sculpture MKE, its impact on Milwaukee, and her previous roles such as the Guggenheim Fellowship, and curator at the Whitney Biennial. (This will NOT be a tour of the sculptures.)Feel free to meet us at any point along our route.

RECORDED LECTURES:

Workshop Recordings

Recorded Events- Spring 2021

Additional events in the Architecture Community