Crossing Over 2015
UWM Peck School of the Arts Undergraduate Art & Design Awardees
MILWAUKEE, WI (September 24, 2015) — From October 16th through November 6th, the UWM Union Art Gallery will be hosting an exhibition in honor of undergraduate Art & Design students of UWM’s Peck School of the Arts who received scholarships, awards, and fellowships for the 2015-2016 school year.
Crossing Over 2015’s participating students entered work last spring in a program wide competition that was juried by faculty members. The jurors granted scholarships and awards to students who showed progress and success in the Art & Design Program. This show is free and open to the public. Closing reception will be held on Thursday, November 5th from 5-8 PM.
For this exhibition, awardees will display two to three of their finest pieces that have been chosen in consultation with a faculty member. Several dozen undergraduate artists will display their work in a wide range of mediums and subjects. Join us in supporting our fine developing professionals and celebrating all of their hard work.
Union Art Gallery hours are Monday thru Friday 12-5pm and Thursday 12-7pm. If you are interested in bringing your school or group, call or email at least a week ahead of time to set-up a viewing. The Gallery is located in the UWM Student Union, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd, on the Campus Level of the Union in room W199.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery (UAG) is an art space dedicated to the exhibition of diverse, contemporary art. The UAG presents a broad range of visual art by exhibiting work in all mediums by local, regional, and national emerging and established artists. In addition, the Union Art Gallery prides itself on being an accessible space for UWM student artists to exhibit and learn.
For more information, visit us online at unionartgallery.uwm.edu.
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