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April 22, Opening Global Matters: Rauschenberg Print Media 1968-1975

April 22, Opening Global Matters: Rauschenberg Print Media 1968-1975

Join us for the opening reception of Global Matters, curated by the UWM Department of Art History’s Art Museum Studies Colloquium.

April 29, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery: Gregory Martens

April 29, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery: Gregory Martens

UWM Associate Lecturer in Printmaking, Gregory Martens, will speak about Rauschenberg’s printing process.

April 30, cream city Live!

April 30, cream city Live!

presented by //cream city review// featuring poetry, fiction, and non-fiction readings by Jeffrey Allen, Roberto Harrison, and Duriel E. Harris.

April 30, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery

April 30, Guest Lecture in the UWM Art History Gallery

Kenneth Bendiner, Professor Emeritus, UWM Department of Art History will present his views on the iconography in Rauschenberg.

May 1, Department of Mathematical Sciences Colloquium

May 1, Department of Mathematical Sciences Colloquium

“Robustness of Poisson-Boltzmann Binding Free Energies” presented by Dr. Marcia Fenley from Florida State University

April 22, Speak, Poet

In celebration of National Poetry Month, Elisa Karbin, Franklin Cline, and Ching-In Chen read their poems.

April 23, Gamergate: Rebuilding after a Culture War

A talk and panel discussion on Gamergate by Alexis Dalbey, Steve Cuff, and Rachel Kinnard.

April 23, Holzheimer ‘Maps and America’ Lecture

“Picturing the World: American Pictorial Maps, 1920-1970,″ presented by Stephen Hornsby, Professor of Geography and Canadian Studies, University of Maine.

April 30, SARUP Urban Edge Prize 2015 Seminar – Resilience & Change

April 30, SARUP Urban Edge Prize 2015 Seminar – Resilience & Change

SARUP’s Urban Edge Prize 2015 Seminar ‘Resilience & Change’ features presentations by 7 speakers and a discussion on globalizing cities

April 28, On Public Health

Dr. Kurt Svoboda presents “Nicotine: The bad, the good and the Zebrafish”