Royal Purple

Student sculpture to honor missing and murdered Indigenous Women

The Stolen Sisters sculpture, located between the Center of the Arts and UW-Whitewater's Observatory, depicts the names of some missing indigenous women.

Danielle Klais, Arts & Rec Editor

March 2, 2020

Students with the sculpture department finished their 6-week-long sculpture with the intention to bring awareness to missing and murdered indigenous women. The project began during the second week of classes and was installed by the Center of the Arts around noon on Tuesday, Feb. 25. “The hope with this...

UW-Whitewater hosts Iron Pour community event

Regs Scheeler holds a ceramic slurry during Iron Pour event.

Danielle Kronau, Arts & Rec Editor

November 18, 2019

The Iron Pour was held Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Sculpture Studio Courtyard as a way to fundraise and to create art as people talked with one another.   There were many people who attended, from young kids to community members. Inside the sculpture studio, people created their own forms of artwork and...

Band of sculptors play in heavy metal

Hot iron poured into mold.

October 7, 2015

Oct. 7, 2015 By Mary Davisson It was a chilly Saturday morning on Oct. 3, but a majority of the sculptors already shed their sweaters and coats in favor of the furnace full of molten iron. This was  the largest pour Professor Teresa Lind has hosted with an end total of 1,500 lbs of iron. The...

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 UW-Whitewater, puts on this event as a fundraiser to help acquire new tools and other materials for th...

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