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UWM Gallery Day
November 21, 2013 @ 10:00 am - 8:00 pm| Free
UWM is home to four permanent art galleries on our Kenwood and Kenilworth campuses; INOVA, Arts Center Gallery, UWM Student Union Art Gallery, and UWM Art History Gallery. While each has its own mission, objectives and exhibition schedules, all of them are free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible for the UWM and greater Milwaukee communities to enjoy. We invite you to take some time to visit them today, and experience some special one-day only programming!
UWM Art History Gallery: Open until 7pm.
The Morals of Marc Chagall
Arts Center Gallery: Open until 6:30pm.
Sum Total 2013 Biennial Faculty Exhibition
UWM Student Union Art Gallery: Open until 7pm.
Fully Furnished: Explorations in Furniture Design
INOVA: Open until 8pm. Gallery talk on the Mary L. Nohl Fellowship Exhibition with Gallery Director Sara Krajewski as well as exhibiting artists Tyanna Buie and Colin Matthes.
*Kenilworth Square East, 3rd Floor: Open until 5pm. Woven Images exhibit and graduate student work on display and accessible throughout the day.
1:30 and 2:30 pm
UWM Student Union Art Gallery: Curator’s tour with Ryan Mahony, undergraduate student, about Fully Furnished: Explorations in Furniture Design exhibition. Tour will include discussion about the artists, their inspirations, and their unique materials, and will offer unique insight into Ryan’s curatorial process as a first time curator.
Arts Center Gallery: An informal talk with Peck School of the Arts Department of Art & Design Chair Yevgeniya Kaganovich .
UWM Art History Gallery: In presenting the print series Dead Souls, The Fables of La Fontaine, and The Story of the Exodus, this exhibition highlights the subject of morality as defined by the images and experiences of Marc Chagall.
UWM Art History Gallery: Gallery talk by curator Cassie Sacotte, graduate student about The Morals of Marc Chagall.
INOVA: Night School: A round-table discussion on issues of segregation and community organizing in Milwaukee organized by exhibiting artist Paul Kjelland and moderated by activist Eric Von. Panelists will be from the fields of housing, education, jobs and health care.