UWM Union Art Gallery presents Crossing Over
Exhibition showcases artwork by Peck School of the Arts scholarship recipients
MILWAUKEE, WI (October 03, 2018)—The UWM Union Art Gallery is pleased to present Crossing Over, an exhibition showcasing artwork created by undergraduate students of the UWM Peck School of Arts Department of Art and Design who received a scholarship and/or fellowship award in 2018. This exciting annual event includes the exceptional artwork produced by these emerging artists in a wide range of mediums and covering a variety of topics. The exhibition opens with a reception on Thursday, October 18 from 5-8pm, with remarks at 7pm, and runs through November 9, 2018. The exhibition and related programs are free and open to the public.
Over 50 scholarship students will be showcasing their artwork!
In conjunction with this exhibition:
- An opening reception on Thursday, October 18, 5-8pm / Remarks at 7pm.
- Crossing Over Artist Talks Night on Thursday, November 8, from 5-7pm. Artists from the Crossing Over exhibition will be presenting artist talks. This is a fast paced, exciting evening that gives student artists the opportunity to get used to talking about their art practice in front of an audience.
Union Art Gallery hours are Monday thru Friday 12-5pm, Thursday 12-7pm.
The Gallery is located on the Campus Level of the Union in room W199.
Visit our website at www.unionartgallery.uwm.edu.
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