Woven Images 2015 features an exhibition of selected woven pieces from the Woven Structure and Introduction to Fibers courses in the Department of Art and Design
The exhibition will present an array of mediums—film, installation, performance, sculpture, photography, and two-dimensional work.
Renowned violinist Rachel Barton Pine will be the featured soloist for the season opening concert of UWM Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Jun Kim
Critically acclaimed Texas Guitar Quartet performs a concert on the UWM campus.
Watch as artist Anne Kingsbury works on her winter count, a project (echoing those created by the Plains Indians) that records the passage of time by memorializing one event each year on a flat surface that is part calendar, part history
Jenna Knapp follows up her roundtable discussion on breaking out of the online echo chamber with a participatory, hands-on workshop that will enable attendees to craft their own message
Injunction with a friend in Conyers, Georgia (the site which reportedly hosts other-worldly apparitions and messages), Kyle Seis will arrange to point a camera at the sky to search for a heavenly presence. He will download and print these images in nearly real time. Visitors can join him in the gallery as he searches the sky, talks about his work and distributes the prints
Speaking about Korean paper crafts and the unique connections between the Korean and American artists, Milwaukee-based artists will join Korean paper craft artisans for a panel discussion
Presenting regional premieres of films by, for, and about the LGBT+ community, the 30th Annual Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival will be illuminating local screens this October 15-25, unspooling narrative features, documentaries, short films, experimental work, presentations from visiting artists, and more
Enjoy an intimate show with one of the Finger Style Guitar world’s greatest talents, Don Ross
Leonard Sorkin International Institute of Chamber Music (ICM) Presents "Spotlight on Women Composers"
The Wind Ensemble and Symphony Band/University Band perform a concert of works by Mendelssohn, Grainger, Gershwin and more
The UWM Concert Chorale, Belle Voci, University Choir, and Men's Chorus present a concert of choral music based around the theme "Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral?"
The UWM Youth Wind Ensemble and Percussion Ensemble/Project present their first concert of the season
Cellist Paul Kosower & Pianist Jeannie Yu will perform Beethoven's Sonata for Piano and Cello in A major, Op. 69, Chopin's Sonata in G minor for Piano and Cello, and Dvorak's Silent Woods
Reimagined in the year 2020, the most important playwright in the English language asks the timeless question, “What are you willing to do to get ahead?”
Anne Kingsbury, a 50 year veteran artist, will examine 'slow improvisation': an exploration of materials and methods that are dependent on time to find solutions, rather than a preconceived road map
Milwaukee composer, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist Steve Nelson-Raney premieres a new large-scale work for solo piano, Geography
The UWM Concert Chorale and Hartford Union Concert Choir present a concert of classical and sacred choral music at the Basilica at Holy Hill.
Three accredited jurors will select the five recipients of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Fellowships (2015) and will give a public talk about their institutions and curatorial interests
The String Academy of Wisconsin presents their Fall Group Concerts with a fun Halloween Theme
The RMP Project sees Director Michelle Lopez-Rios team up with playwright Alvaro Saar Rios to create a new play with political themes
Vanessa Renwick will speak about the different ways that The Oregon Department of Kick Ass decides to create art environments for people to think about what I want them to
The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra closes their annual Composer Institute with a performance of new symphonic works
Do Facebook algorithms and filtered Google searches keep us silent? Are we trapped within the echo chamber, preaching to those with whom we agree rather than with those whom we would disagree? Join 2014 Nohl Fellow Jenna Knapp in the discussion
UWM Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble will perform a Joint Concert at Wilson Center Performing Art Center in Brookfield, WI
Double Reed Day is open to double reed players of all ages and levels. Join the UWM Music Department's double reed faculty and your fellow players for a day of master classes, workshops, faculty performances, and ensemble performances
The world renowned Fine Arts Quartet will present the second of four concerts in its ’15/’16 season featuring works by Beethoven & Ravel
Artists Shana McCaw and Brent Budsberg discuss how their work in sculpture, film, and photography are an exploration of history as a malleable medium where disparate pieces of information can be reassembled on the spot to create a new narrative
UWM Composition & Technology students present a recital of newly composed chamber and electroacoustic music
Vocalist Rufus Muller and Guitarist David Leisner have been invited to come perform a program of chamber music for voice and guitar by the Classical Guitar Organization at UWM.
Students registered for the fall section of opera workshop will present staged scenes in the English language excerpted from opera, oratorio, and music theater works
Damn Yankees celebrates America's love of baseball through song, dance, dance and comedy in this mid-century modern twist on the Faustian legend.
Have you been called "unprofessional" or "insubordinate" at work? Good. So has Therese Quinn. At this talk you'll learn why and hear other true tales of radical art and organizing
Sensoria: Experiments in Time-based Media and Performance presents Jon Mueller’s “A Magnetic Center”
Milwaukee's own Jon Mueller will present a concert of his new work, A Magnetic Center
Leonard Sorkin International Institute of Chamber Music (ICM) Presents "German & Czech Trios"
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Bands hosts the 2015 UWM Middle School Honors Band Festival
Students will present an end of the semester guitar chamber music concert
This lecture will be a studio summary of how we promote modern designs in hand-formed iron objects: transforming a bold material into everyday items that are innovative and inviting
2014 Nohl Fellow Emily Belknap celebrates the release of her new limited edition artist book, Habitats, with a talk and displaying of her original art for the book
A showcase of innovative companies, products and services that senior design students develop around the themes of education, water, energy, safety and human ecology for Wisconsin residents
UWM Symphony Band/University Band in concert with Milwaukee’s finest high school brass players.
The UWM choirs present a concert of holiday and seasonal choral music