Placing the Golden Spike: Landscapes of the Anthropocene explores sites of environmental change, sharply focusing on the profound impact human industry has made transforming Earth’s essential matter.
Menkman will discuss media protocols and ask the question, “Have we become bad at constructing our own resolutions, or are we just oblivious to resolutions and their inherent compromises?”
View the Department of Art & Design’s First Year Program Exhibitions.
Draw the nude male or female figure from a variety of poses! Open to artists of all skill levels!
Ebendorf will discuss his conceptual approach to jewelry-making and the way it questions the nature of adornment itself.
View the Department of Art & Design’s Spring MA/MFA Exhibition.
Through mixed media, found objects and layers of assemblage, Salazar’s work evokes the wonders and imagination that many of us abandoned in childhood.
The Jewelry and Metalsmithing Department presents an exhibition of student work.
Don’t miss this year’s highly anticipated Kenilworth Open Studios (KOS) event. Peck School’s annual celebration of interdisciplinary arts presented by Shepherd Express!
Artists Now! – Kryssi Staikidis: Two But Not Two: Artistry and Research as Personal and Cultural Narrative
Staikidis’ lecture will focus on her studio practice informed by her scholarly work with Guatemalan Mayan contemporary artists.
As part of a series of workshops with “Placing the Golden Spike: Landscapes of the Anthropocene,” artist Yevgeniya Kaganovich presents “Grow,” an interactive experience of plant-like, organic forms constructed from recycled plastic bags.
Olynyk will discuss her creative work, which explores the dialectics of mind and body, human and artificial, and sensing and knowing.
The UWM Department of Design and Visual Communication presents its Senior Capstone Show.
Marina Zurkow encourages us to get to know our plastics at the Landfill Club.
BFA students from the Department of Art & Design showcase their work.
Arts+Tech Night showcases work from students in the Interdisciplinary Arts & Technology program, a collaboration between the Departments of Dance, Art & Design, Music, and Film. Students exhibit work in a variety of mediums, from digital prints to time-based media, electronic sculptures, and installations. These works investigate the role that evolving technologies play in our culture, psychology, and creative practices.
Draw the nude male or female figure from a variety of poses. Open to artists of all skill levels!