Royal Purple

“More Revolutionary,” an eye-catching piece, by William Paul Thomas is displayed at the front of the exhibit.

Diversity on display in Crossman Gallery

Sydney Wojcik, Assistant Editor of Arts and Recreation October 10, 2021

William Paul Thomas, Sanna Stabell and Ger Xiong are only a few of the incredibly talented artists whose work is currently on display at UW-Whitewater’s Crossman Gallery in the Greenhill Center of the...

Shannon Dozoryst, Director of Young Auditorium, is excited to announce that this 2020 fall season will be safely hosted online with live concerts, Broadway content, and free weekly performances!

Young Auditorium starts digital fall season

Lizzy Rost, Arts and Recreational Editor September 27, 2020

Pianists Josh Dupont and Chris Lange held a live duel Sept. 25 online from Madison, launching the start of Young Auditorium's digital fall season with "Piano Fondue."  The interactive show let the...

Center of Arts to renovate printmaking lab

Dana Hockbein, Staff Reporter April 15, 2019

The new renovation to the Center of the Arts printmaking lab will cost over one million dollars. This project will take place from April to September 2019. This project will compress several printing...

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Campus pushes for renewable energy

April 19, 2016

By Brad Allen April 20, 2016 Conducting research on solar energy and utilizing a solar energy collection panel system on top of Hyland Hall are just some of the systems UW-Whitewater students and...

Campus Master Plan will renovate Res Halls, dining

May 7, 2014

  By Vesna Brajkovic   UW-Whitewater plans to go out with the old, like Esker and the Wells Towers, and in with the new and improved campus renovations. The 2014 Campus Master Plan,...

UW-W demonstrates metal sculpting

May 7, 2014

April 7, 2014 By Kristie Weiss The iron pour, a decade-long tradition on campus, was held at the Center of the Arts this past Saturday, April 26. Teresa Lind, who teaches the sculpture class at...

Forum informs campus on 20-year master plan

Forum informs campus on 20-year master plan

December 11, 2013

Dec. 11, 2013 Changes include four new residence halls, dining hall By Jacqueline Schaefer It has been nearly two decades since the university has updated it’s master plan.   Sally Chinnis...

Gallery highlights 35-year career

Gallery highlights 35-year career

February 13, 2013

  ‘Diverse’ work on display from former professor:   An annual exhibit in the Center of the Arts brings students and locals the chance to view a variety of ceramic works by alumni...

‘First option’ is all senior music major needed

‘First option’ is all senior music major needed

February 6, 2013

  When Raquel Bruening was in fourth grade, she decided to play clarinet without giving any thought to another instrument. Bruening stuck by the decision and is getting ready for one of the...

Campus hosts ‘intergalactic’ horn festival

November 7, 2012

    “You will come, you will play melodies, and you will have fun,” Director Linda Kimball said about the Fall Horn Festival she organizes every year. This year, the festival...

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