Portia Cobb, “Booga’s Hip Boots”

UWM faculty participate in MAM exhibits

Through Sept. 8, artworks by UWM faculty members Portia Cobb and Iverson White are on display in “Wisconsin 30.”

Mural brings the outdoors inside

Mural brings the outdoors inside

Brooklyn Henke (’13 MFA Painting) was commissioned to create a mural on a corridor wall that would both create a warm atmosphere and orient visitors in UW-Milwaukee’s Northwest Quadrant.

Impacting academic performance through the arts

Impacting academic performance through the arts

Teachers are learning firsthand how the integration of the arts into other subject areas can impact students’ academic performance.

Veterans hit the trail to raise awareness

Veterans hit the trail to raise awareness

With their “Veterans Trek,” Anthony Anderson and Tom Voss plan to walk from Milwaukee to Los Angeles,to raise awareness of veterans’ issues.

‘Land the Big Gig’ concert at UWM June 25 includes alum

‘Land the Big Gig’ concert at UWM June 25 includes alum

A UWM alum is among the musicians playing in a free pre-Summerfrst concert at UWM.

Wisconsin Economic Scorecard released for second quarter of 2013

While a majority of residents (56%) say Wisconsin is “headed in the right direction,” only 28% view the economy as “good” and just 1% say it is “excellent.”

UWM’s ‘Summerdances’ presents world premieres at two iconic locations

UWM’s ‘Summerdances’ presents world premieres at two iconic locations

The works were created as part of the Peck School’s Year of the Arts celebration at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,

New exhibitions illustrate INOVA’s mission

New exhibitions illustrate INOVA’s mission

On July 15, Sara Krajewski hits the first-year mark as director of INOVA (Institute of Visual Arts) at UWM.

Martha Wilson exhibition opens June 7 at UWM’s INOVA

Martha Wilson exhibition opens June 7 at UWM’s INOVA

The opening reception from 5-8 p.m. includes a talk by the artist at 7 p.m. The exhibition continues through Aug. 11.

Pardeep Kaleka

May 29 conference focuses on repairing harm and building communities

National experts Carl Stauffer and Kay Pranis will join local voices Arno Michaelis and Pardeep Kaleka for discussions and workshops.