“Cinderella – The First 30,000 Years” this weekend

“Cinderella – The First 30,000 Years” this weekend

An episodic retelling of five versions on the Cinderella myth: ancient Egyptian, Asian, Russian, Germanic and modern Disney perspectives

Apr. 27, Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys: American Stories

Book discussion at Islamic Resource Center, 5235 S. 27th St., of “The Butterfly Mosque: A Young American Woman’s Journey to Love and Islam” by G. Willow Wilson.

April 25, 6th Annual Shakespeare Birthday Celebration: “We Few, We Happy Few”

Featuring Jim Tasse from UWM Theatre Dept., brief performances, rare Shakespeare materials, birthday cake and more.

April 25, “Women, Children, and Community Health in Malawi and Thailand”

Students will share stories and photos about their study abroad experiences in Thailand and Malawi.

April 10, 2014 Holzheimer “Maps and America” Lecture

“The Ixtepeji Scroll: Mapping the Cultural Landscape of a Zapotec Noble Lineage” presented by Michel Oudijk and Sebastián van Doesburg, both of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

April 25, cream city live!

Hosting four readers of different genres to come together in Union Art Gallery

5th Annual Women Leaders Conference

A day of powerful networking with 400+ attendees, thought-provoking presentations

Autism in another language inspires alumna

Autism in another language inspires alumna

A growing interest in teaching and a desire to help Milwaukee’s Spanish-speaking community started Celina Echeveste on her career path.

Nov 6, “Developing the Future, Building the Past”

Presentation by Carl Elefante, FAIA, Principal,Quinn Evans Architects.

Oct. 25, Newman-Oltman Guitar Duo Concert

Guitar Organization at UWM Presents: Classical guitar concert by the Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo.