4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 3, 2011
Artists’ talks at 5 p.m.
An exhibition featuring the work of four professors from UW-Green Bay’s Arts and Visual Design academic unit. The artists are Kristy Deetz (painting), Sarah Detweiler (photography), Alison Gates (fibers) and Jennifer Mokren (metalwork). Continue reading Lawton Gallery Spring Schedule
7:30 p.m., January 23-24 — UW-Green Bay Theatre: Student-directed play, The Shape of Things, Jean Weidner Theatre, Weidner Center. FREE!
4 p.m., January 29 — Jazz Fest, Weidner Center
7:30 p.m., February 24, 25, 26, March 2, 3, 4, 5 — Twelve Angry Jurors, directed by John Mariano
Reginald Rose’s timeless American classic finds twelve strangers sequestered in the jurors’ room as they review and discuss the evidence from a murder trial in which a young man has been accused of killing his own father. With the boy’s life at stake, the jury’s charge is not as simple as it first seems. Emotions run high as the jury forman seeks true justice in the unanimous decision needed.
The UW-Green Bay music program has an extensive fall line-up including a free concert, “An Evening of Miniatures,” Saturday, Oct. 16, a Chorale & Concert Choir Concert, Wednesday Oct. 20 and a Wind Symphony & Symphonic Band Concert, Saturday, Oct. 23. See the full schedule of events.
UW-Green Bay Theatre presents its production of John Cariani’s play Almost, Maine, Thursday, Oct. 14 at the Weidner Center. Almost, Maine offers a glimpse of the joys and perils of finding romance in remote and unexpected areas. Click www.uwgb.edu/arts for more.
Mostly Indian and Other Fables
An exhibition of contemporary Native art, co-curated by Dr. Stephen Perkins and Amii John, will be held in the Lawton Gallery at UW-Green Bay Oct. 7-Nov. 4. This exhibition of works by twenty-four Native artists from across the United States and Canada illustrates the complex nature of the contemporary Native experience. The works celebrate the many ways in which Native artists are working with old and new traditions in order to create works that respond not only to the present but also the past and the future. See the Lawton Gallery calendar.
Two students sit on the lawn under a shade tree producing artwork. One uses a clay tool to create impressions in the soft coils of a ceramic piece. The other sits with large sheets of two-dimensional artwork. Behind them, a dog chained to the tree is barely noticeable. A hand holding a lit cigarette is visible on the bottom right. This scene is set beside a road with a concrete structure in the background. Can you identify when and where this photo was taken or who is in it? Please share your comments and memories below.