Spring MA/MFA Exhibition I
Ross describes the redirection of her ceramic practice through the use of animal collaborations and the histories of porcelain.
Exhibition of work by Ceramics Program visiting artists and alumni, held in conjunction with the “Material World” NCECA Conference in Milwaukee.
INOVA presents the work of two emerging artists in their first major solo exhibitions.
Concerts featuring a representative sampling of violin and cello students.
Grabner speaks about her experiences curating the 2014 Whitney Biennial.
Based in Buenos Aires, Vilma Villaverde is one of the most prominent Argentine ceramic artists working with the figure.
An Accordion 21 Century concert featuring Stas Venglevski and guest artists Dana McCormick, piano, and Tom Leahy, bodhran (Irish drum).
Steve Basson, retired MSO Principal Basson, will discuss the repertoire to be performed by the MSO on March 28 & 29.
Inspired by personal narrative and day-to-day interpersonal relationships, his paintings concentrate on employing abstraction to communicate the poetics of the human experience.
Unruly Music explores contemporary trends in chamber music, improvisation, electronic sound and multimedia, spanning a wide variety of genres and styles.
A free, all ages music series featuring local, indie artists, including some of the Peck School of the Arts’ very own alumni.
UWM Symphony Orchestra concert with pianist Elena Abend
See one of the most distinguished ensembles in chamber music today, the Fine Arts Quartet!
Recital of the Second Year Voice Students.
String Academy of Wisconsin Scholarship Benefit Concert
A presentation focusing on excerpts from Mendi and Keith’s recent intermedia works, opera-masquerades and single media works.
Almost, Maine is comprised of nine scenes and takes place in a non-existent, small town called Almost.
The Obadikes perform a short musical (voice and harmonium + electronics) meditation on identity and the body’s code as a key or a lock.
Set in San Francisco in 1985, “Test: charts the anxieties – and the ideas of what could be possible – at the height of the AIDS crisis.