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Architecture 533 Desired Objects: The Still Life and Representations of Domesticity Seminar

Architecture – 650/850 Rethinking New Immigrant Landscape

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Spring Submissions are due by Thursday, May 5th at 11:59PM! No late work will be accepted. Check your email for full details.
If you have any questions regarding SUPERjury 2022 or how the submission process is working this year, please reach out to Anastasia Wand at or Andrew Tillman at


May 2, 2022 @ 8 PM – Dollar Gentle Cycle exhibition opening at the Mobile Design Box (1001 West Historic Mitchell Street)
‘Dollar Gentle Cycle’ (DGC) is a pop-up exhibition that gently cycles the School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP) at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s (UWM) resources through Dollar General Corporation (DG) in a vacant retail space on Milwaukee’s Historic Mitchell Street – where the two organizations are neighbors – to understand the extent to which both institutions push resources back into the communities they purport to serve.

As the only school of architecture in Wisconsin and the foremost dollar store in the region, SARUP and DG play critical roles in influencing large-scale commercial practices and mom-and-pop-corner-shop small-scale domestic realities across the Midwestern United States. Exhibition organizers Lindsey Krug and Sarah Aziz – SARUP’s 2020-2021 Fitzhugh Scott Fellows – polled workers from every DG store in Wisconsin and consolidated donation lists from community support groups on Mitchell Street and around Milwaukee to glean insights into the type of dollar store items that facilitate civic life in the city. Krug and Aziz used resources from SARUP to purchase each of the requested items in bulk from Dollar General. The products are on display in a faux Dollar General in a storefront leased by SARUP’s Mobile Design Box and adjacent to Dollar General store #19014, and will be available for collection by the DG workers and organizations Krug and Aziz consulted.

Final Studio Reviews – Spring 2022 – starting May 4, 2022

May 10, 2022 @ 12PM – ICL lecture by Sarah McKinley – virtual only
In order to address wealth inequality, we need understand and talk about wealth extraction from our communities. How do we root wealth locally so that it recirculates for the benefit of people, planet, and place? Community wealth building is the way that we do that and offers systemic and transformative solutions that can build a more sustainable and just economy from the local up

May 13, 2022 @ 9AM to 6 PM – SUPERjury Event in the SARUP gallery and Marcus Commons
Guest Critics: Bob Somol, Jenny Wu, and Ersela Kripa
SUPERjury is a day-long review and celebration of the most provocative undergraduate and graduate projects in the school. With projects nominated for consideration by both students and faculty, the goal of SUPERjury is to foster self-reflection and stimulate a conversation about the state of architecture within the school and also how our work relates to contemporary issues in practice and the world. Students who are selected to participate in the review are recognized with honors and cash prizes. It’s a very significant event for the School of Architecture & Urban Planning.

Thesis Presentations – Spring 2022 – May 12, 2022

May 13, 2022 @ 4:30 PM – Spring Bash in the SARUP Courtyard – register here
Join alumni, faculty, community members and current students for a BBQ social following SUPERjury Review 2022. We’ll celebrate SARUP’s 50+ years of making, planning and building and reunite at the culmination of another successful academic year.


RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship. – The application deadline is June 7, 2022.
One scholarship of £7,000 is available to a student of architecture to support international research on a topic related to the sustainable survival of cities and towns.
Your school is invited to submit one application only for the scholarship from one of your students currently enrolled in a course leading to the professional qualification in Architecture. For more information, visit the RIBA website or contact Gillian Harrison.

If you would like to be considered as UWM’s applicant for the Norman Foster Travelling fellowship, please send an email to Kyle Reynolds at reynol54@uwm indicating your interest and a link to work samples by Friday, May 13, 2022.

Mangiamele Scholarship – Application due May 31 , 2022 – Application
The Filippo Mazzei Lodge #2763 of Greater Milwaukee is pleased to offer the MANGIAMELE ARTS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARD again this year. We are part of the national organization, Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America. OSDIA originated in 1905 as a mutual aid society. The spirit of helping and giving continues today with the awarding of this scholarship.

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