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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

60 WRD/MIN ART CRITIC @ INOVA MILWAUKEE, WI 5/31/13 3:30 PM

 What kind of knowledge does a person need to know in order to survive the threats of our terror-stricken, post-9/11, environmentally fraught, natural-disaster-prone day and age? With tongue firmly in cheek, Colin Matthes has created
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Radical printmaking on campus

Printmaking has often been used to illustrate protest, whether for social, political or environmental issues. The UW-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery showcases this history in the exhibition “Uprisings: Images of Labor,” featuring
Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009

Four promising artists

By speaking through their work, artists can engage audiences in unique visual dialogues. Four promising Wisconsin artists, Beth Lipman, Valerie Zimany, Colin Matthes and Emily Siegel Belknap, use their award-winning creations to express imaginative and evocative ideas. Beth Lipman, an international artist who calls Sheboygan Falls home, oversees the Industry Residency Program at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Lipman's glass sculptures and still-life constructions translate her fragile works into...

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