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2014 Senior Exhibition

April 15th - May 15th 2014

This exhibition feature the work of graduating seniors:

  • Ryan Bartel
  • Kristina Dishno
  • Tyler Evans
  • Alyssa Gruenwald
  • Justine Lasley
  • Billy Wenner

The Heart is Mostly Made of Water: John Rininger

March 6th - April 3rd 2014

A retrospective of works by John Rininger (1961-2006) a former Chicago-based intermedia artist. This exhibition will include his masterwork, a 600-foot scroll with images transferred from a variety of different contexts, as well as printed matter works, stampsheets, artists periodicals & books, and other works from his wide-ranging artistic practice.

Unnatural Selection: Faculty Exhibition

February 6th - February 27th 2014

An exhibition featuring the work of six professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Alison Gates- fibers/textiles, Barbara Gossen- jewelry/metals, Donald Krumpos- printmaking, Jennifer Mokren- jewelry/metals, Alison Stehlik- sculpture, and Johanna Winters- printmaking.

41st Annual Juried Student Exhibition

November 14th - December 5th 2013

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year's juror was Beth Zinsli, Curator & Director, Wriston Art Center Galleries, Lawrence University, Appleton.

Andy Warhol: Photographs

October 10th - October 31st 2013

This exhibition features a selection of Polaroid and silver gelatin photographs that were part of a recent gift to the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Many of the Polaroid photographs are preliminary studies for silkscreen portraits and the black and white works include both portraits and other miscellaneous subjects that caught Warhol's attention. Both sets of works attest to Warhol's busy social & professional life as well as a curiosity about the world that he obsessively explored through the medium of photography.

Milwaukeeists: 1996-2006

September 12th - October 3rd 2013

Guest curated by Nicholas Frank, in the late 1990s, a compelling mixture of forces brought national attention to Milwaukee's art scene. Milwaukeeists 1996-2006 presents work by artists active during this period, in painting, photography, performance, film, and video. Ephemera and documentary material reveals the social ties that bound these personalities together and propelled their work. The exhibition explores the rise of a scene and its lasting impact.

2013 Senior Exhibitions: I & II

April 14th - April 25th 2013
May 5th - May 16th 2013

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Show I

  • Amber Bennett
  • Maggie Cuff
  • Elyese Doeren
  • Jennifer Fletcher
  • Andrea Oldenburg
  • Ryan Stewart
  • Kerstin Torgersen

Show II

  • Leah Farley
  • Spencer Karls
  • Megan Mueller
  • Jessica Schmidt
  • Sara Schrader
  • Lauren Sinner
  • Kerie Throw

Post-Conceptual Glitter: A Mastery of Fine Arts Exhibition

March 7th - April 4th 2013

Guest curated by Scott Vanidestine this exhibition features the work of 26 artists in a variety of media, all of whom are either recent graduates, or current students in the MFA program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The "glitter" in the works of these post-conceptual artists is generated by the tension created through their simultaneous affirmation and critique of both modernism and conceptual art. Critical of the idea of an anti-aesthetic, they nevertheless allow the idea or concept to take precedence over traditional ways of making the materiality of objects.

Dialogues: Faculty Exhibition

February 7th - February 28th 2013 An exhibition featuring the work of four professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Kristy Deetz- painting, Sarah Detweiler- photography, Carol Emmons- installation, and Chris Style- printmaking.

40th Annual Juried Student Exhibition

November 15th - December 6th 2012

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year's juror was Martha Glowacki, Director of the Wisconsin Academy's James Watrous Gallery, Madison, WI.

How to Read a Book: An Artists' Book Reading Room

October 11th - November 1st 2012

An interactive and hands-on exhibition of books by artists from North America and South America that offers an exciting introduction to the breadth and variety of the artists' book genre. Accompanying the exhibition is a small historical display of artists' books, as well as a selection of books made for the Veterans Book Project, a publishing project coordinated by artist Monica Haller who works collaboratively with veterans to create powerful books about their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Design with Intent: 5 Decades of Design for Communication, Works by John Rieben

September 13th – October 4th 2012

A retrospective by this emeritus professor from UW-Madison that includes posters and trademarks created over the past 50 years.

2012 Senior Exhibitions: I & II

April 8th - April 19th 2012
April 29th - May 10th 2012

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors.

Show I

  • Alicia DeBlaey
  • Andrea Frederick
  • Nadia Juhnke
  • Joshua Woof

Show II

  • Audrey Borgen
  • Ashley Easton
  • Kristi Edminster

Take Care: Biomedical Ethics in the 21st Century

March 1st - March 29th 2012

This exhibit considers civilization's unease with modern family planning, maternal and fetal care, childbirth, and child rearing. For the first time in history, there is knowledge available to mothers which forces them to make life or death decisions whether to carry a disfigured, malformed, or unintentional fetus to term, whether to use pharmaceuticals with their associated risks, and whether to risk passing on genetic diseases. In these situations, we are no longer able to rely on long-established religious, societal, or medical expertise for guidance, and too often, we only grapple with such problems at the time of crisis. The show highlights these bioethical dilemmas, the hope that viewers will take the opportunity to better appreciate the complexity of these personal decisions in a rapidly changing world.

Cabin Fever: Faculty Exhibition

February 2nd - February 23rd 2012

An exhibition featuring the work of four professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Kendra Bulgrin- painting, Alison Stehlik- sculpture, Minkyu Lee- Ceramics, and Toni Damkoehler- design.

39th Annual Juried Student Exhibition

November 17th - December 8th 2011

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year's juror was Davy Damkoehler.

Decked: Three Decades of Skateboard Decks

October 13th - November 3rd 2011

Guest curated by Aaron Polansky (Sky High, Milwaukee) this exhibition features over 100 skateboard decks and is a mini-survey of skateboard artwork from the 1970s through the 1990s. Other skate culture materials in this exhibit include stickers, zines, and videos.

Chromatopia: New Works by Michael Velliquette

September 15th - October 6th 2011

Chromatopia presents a new body of work by mixed media artist Michael Velliquette that furthers his interest in the interaction of form and color. Velliquette's works are infused with aspects of tantric drawing, totems, sacred architecture, and votive statuary. Four distinct series make up this installation, including miniature gouache paintings, mixed media drawings, paper constructions, and plaster sculptures. Collectively the works are suggestive of relics or artifacts from a culture devoted to the worship of vivid hues and complex patterning.

2011 Senior Exhibitions: I & II

April 10th - April 21st 2011
May 1st - May 12th 2011

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors.

Show I

  • Leah Cazella
  • Kyle Engels
  • Kari Hinrichs
  • Justin Knitt
  • Anna Kooiman
  • Matthew Pickard

Show II

  • Kayla Bauer
  • Kimberly Fischer
  • Nicholas Jenquin
  • Jeese Kappell
  • Maura E. Vazquez

Mementi Mori: Photographs by Paul Prindle

March 3rd - March 31st 2011

An exhibition featuring the photographs of sites where gay men have been murdered across the USA.

Oddly Wound Up: Faculty Exhibition

February 3rd - February 24th 2011

An exhibition featuring the work of four professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Kristi Deetz- painting/drawing, Sarah Detweiler- photography, Alison Gates- textiles/fibers, and Jeni Mokren- jewelry/metals.

38th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

November 18 - December 9th, 2010

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW- Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Nicholas Frank, Curator, Institute of Visual Arts (INOVA), Peck School of the Arts, UW-Milwaukee.

Mostly Indian and Other Fables

October 7 - November 4th, 2010

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.

two-in-one: a two-person exhibition of ceramics and sculpture

September 9 - 30th, 2010

Professors Lee (Ceramics) and Stehlik (Sculpture) are recent members of the Art and Design Faculty in the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Arts and Visual Design academic unit. This two-person exhibition serves as an exciting introduction to the work of two new artists and teachers to the Green Bay community.

2010 Senior Exhibitions: I & II

April 11 - April 22nd, 2010
May 2 - May 13th, 2010

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Emily Bartos
  • Amanda Cornette
  • Maja Gettrust
  • Adam Koenig
  • Amanda Kvitek
  • Chris Liveri
  • Lacy Schnurer
  • Adam Wiesner
  • Jacop Yahnke

Senior Exhibition II

  • Lawrence Dolder
  • Jenne Dunnick
  • Christine Engler
  • Tyler Gajewski
  • Allison Gyzen
  • Amii John
  • Justin Schnell
  • Scott Vanidestine
  • Allison Wagner

Hidden Treasures: Artworks from Green Bay Collections

March 4 - April 1st, 2010

This exhibition features a fascinating smorgasbord of artworks from collections in the Green Bay area, with the major portion of the works at the Lawton Gallery and a smaller selection of works at the Neville Public Museum. Some of the artists in the exhibition include: Andy Warhol, Peter Blake, Christo and Jean-Claude, Marcel Duchamp, Karel Appel, Gilbert & George, Robert Indiana, Robert Lostutter, Jacques Villon, and Grant Wood. A special feature of the works at the Lawton Gallery is a selection of Polaroid photographs by Andy Warhol that are from a recent gift to UW-Green bay from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

One Stumbles into a Coincidence: Ceramics and Assemblages by Curt Heuer

February 4 - February 25, 2010

Curt Heuer is a Professor Emeritus of Arts and Visual Design (Ceramics) at UW- Green Bay, and this survey exhibition includes works created during his long career as a ceramicist, artist and teacher.

37th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

November 12 - December 11, 2009

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Tom Jones, Assistant Professor of Photography, UW- Madison.

Art of the Fold: Accordion Publications

October 8 - October 29th, 2009

This exhibition explores how the accordion fold has been used in the West within a variety of different printed matter contexts with a special emphasis on publications produced by artists from the 1960s onwards. Artists' use of the accordion format constitutes a significant, and largely unexamined genre within the history of printed matter works by artists, and this exhibition seeks to take the pulse of this singular publishing format.

i.e. illusion

September 9 - October 1, 2009

i.e. is a multi-disciplinary group of artists operating from different geographical locations (New York - Chicago - Hong Kong) whose collaborative works address an array of contemporary issues through performance, photography, video and sculpture. i.e. illusion "...will explore the possible paradise and magical truth, creating works that question the reality of society's Utopist ideal." Artists participating in this show were: Benjamin Bellas, Justin Cooper, Clinton King, Stuart Keeler, Noelle Mason, Ross Moreno, and Magdalen Wong.

2009 Senior Exhibitions: I & II

April 12 - 23, 2009
May 3 - 14th, 2009

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Bethany Graney
  • Greta Jordan
  • Matt Yahnke
  • Janet Kallman

Senior Exhibition II

  • Mary White
  • Kasey Hembel
  • Drew Schmidt
  • Carmen Schmitz
  • Kimberly Schofield

Immigration Stories and the Staff of Life

March 5 - April 2, 2009

An installation that is connected to the artist's Armenian heritage and the genocide of his ancestors at the beginning of the 20th century in Turkey. More broadly the installation addresses issues that are fundamental to how we live our lives within the global community, as well as encouraging the viewer to reflect upon their own stories and experiences of movement and resettlement.

David Damkoehler: Time and Materials 1969-2008

February 5 - February 26th, 2009

A retrospective of sorts by this longtime faculty member upon his retirement from the UW-Green Bay's art department. “Art is where you find it”.

36th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

November 15th - December 14, 2008

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Daniel Keegan, the new Director of the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Craftivism: Reclaiming Craft & Creating Community

Guest Curator: Faythe Levine

October 9th - October 30, 2008

A group exhibition guest curated by Faythe Levine (Paper Boat Boutique & Gallery, Milwaukee) featuring artists working at the intersection of craft activism, feminism, environmentalism, DIY, street culture and creative reclamation in order to build communities capable of intervening in the world around us. Craftivists whose work will be featured in this exhibition include: Kate Bingaman-Burt, Amy Carlton, Cinnamon Cooper, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Jennifer Marsh, Cat Mazza, Handmade Nation, Lisa Solomon, Stephanie Syjuco, and Melissa Vogley Woods.

Stan Strembicki: Bringing It Home

Post Katrina Photographs From New Orleans

September 11th - October 2, 2008

An exhibition of two series of works, Post Katrina New Orleans and Memory Loss: A Post Katrina Photo Album. Accompanying this exhibition are two audio works titled Stories from Katrina that feature interviews with residents & helpers in post-Katrina New Orleans recorded by Helena White (Madison).

Senior Exhibition I & II

April 6th - April 18th, 2008
April 27th - May 9th, 2008

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Jen Barnes
  • Kate Helein
  • Joseph R. Weber
  • Michelle Woida

Senior Exhibition II

  • Chris Greenwood
  • Andrew Linskens
  • Cathy Marks
  • Ryan Miller
  • Jenna Newmann
  • Matthew Robinson

Beyond Titillation: Ceramic Sculpture & the Body

February 28th - March 27th, 2008

Co-curated Summer Zickefoose, Adjunct instruct, University of Southern Indiana, and UW-Green Bay's, Dr. Stephen Perkins, curator of art. A curated exhibition of 15 artists' ceramic & mixed media sculptural works that engage a range of issues & experiences connected to our corporeal existence. Artists in the exhibition: Nikki Renee Anderson, Daniel L. Bare, Barrie Cline, Bryan Czibesz, Kate Fisher, Karen Gunderman, Tsehai Johnson, Stephnaie Lanter, Roger Lee, Alison Luoma, Quintin D. Owen, Jinsoo Sond and Melissa McGurgan, Linda Wervey Vitamva, and Lea Zoltowski.

34th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition

January 31st - February 21st, 2008

An exhibition featuring the work of fifteen professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are David Damkoehler & Norbert Kox, Toni Damkoehler, Kristy Deetz, Sarah Detweiler, Carol Emmons, Alison Gates, Curt Heuer, Jacqulyn Jahnke, Jennifer Mokren, Danica R. Oudeans-Coale, Steve Van Oudenhoven, Stephen Perkins , Christine Style , and Natalie Vann.

35th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

November 15th - December 14th, 2007

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Professor Kyoung Ae Cho, UW- Milwaukee, Peck School of the Arts.

Sculpture at the Edge

October 11th - November 1st, 2007

A curated exhibition of works by 13 artists that call into question our traditional ideas of what constitutes a sculpture. Artists in the show: Steve Ballard, Dave Beck, Carol C. Bjerke, Bill Bohne, Kevin Burnett, Davy Damkoehler, Carrie Fonder, Gary John Gresl, Andrew Linskens, Robert Merline, Will Pergl, Mark Sauter, and Michelle Tobia.

Cheap Thrills: 20 Comix Artists from Wisconsin

September 13th - October 4th, 2007

A guest curated show by Tea Krulos (Milwaukee) with work from 20 artists living in Wisconsin. The exhibition also included a small historical section of works and publications by major comix artists. Artists in the show: John Will Balsley, Dug Belan, David Beyer Jr., Matt Chicorel, Coth, Tim Demetter, Josh Dorsha, Max Estes, J. Jason Groschopf, Jennifer Janviere, Denis Kitchen, James Kloiber, Tea Krulos, Justin Madson, Laura Maker, Chris Miller, Peter Poplaski, and Breena Wiederhoeft.

Senior Exhibition I & II

April 1st - April 13th, 2007
April 22nd - April 13th 2007

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Ashley Bavery
  • Eric Beining
  • Kelli Cooke
  • Casey Early-Krueger
  • Kathleen Jerlinga
  • Zebulan Rutter
  • Erin Siegel
  • Johanna Winters

Senior Exhibition II

  • Jenna Bigott
  • Allison Braatz
  • Amer Bradford
  • Don Krumpos
  • Erica Millspaugh
  • Zach Roush
  • Darci White

Ruins: An Exhibition of New Video and Photography From China

February 22nd - March 23rd, 2007

Ruins features the work of 11 photographers and videos by 6 artists, and was curated by the Beijing-based art historian Zhang Zhaohui, with exhibition liaison William J. Anderson (UW- Milwaukee).

33rd Annual Art Faculty Exhibition

January 25th - February 15th, 2007

An exhibition featuring the work of fifteen professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are David Damkoehler, Toni Damkoehler, Kristy Deetz, Sarah Detweiler, Carol Emmons, Alison Gates, Curt Heuer, Jennifer Mokren, Danica R. Oudeans-Coale, Steve Van Oudenhoven, Stephen Perkins, Christine Style, Sarah Detweiler & Christine Style , Natalie Vann , and Summer Zickefoose.

34th Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

November 16th - December 15th, 2006

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Jane Simon, Curator of Exhibitions Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA).

STASH

October 12th - November 2nd, 2006

Stash consists of ten hand-made objects whose forms mimic or draw influence from common outdoor urban elements observed in the Chicago landscape. These forms include: metal and concrete poles and other protectors that prevent cars from hitting the corners of buildings, sand bags, tree trunks, electrical and telephone utility boxes, flower planters, wooden boxes that cover unfinished electrical ground fixtures, large rocks that are placed in traffic islands and driveways as barriers or decorations, and mysterious remnants of once functional fixtures that remain in situ.

ReFresh Print Biennial II

September 14th - October 5th, 2006

A national print invitational showcasing contemporary currents in printmaking, photography & digital, addressing the theme of "global networks and intimate exchanges." Guest curators for the second biennial were Sarah Detweiler, Professor of Art (UWGB) and Professor Christine Style, Professor Communication Arts/Art (UWGB).

Senior Exhibition I & II

April 2nd - April 14th, 2006
April 23rd - May 5th, 2006

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Donna Mleziva
  • Candice Kaiser
  • Cory Linsmeyer
  • Amy Williams
  • Amy Davies

Senior Exhibition II

  • Tiernee Horkan
  • Daniel Klewer
  • Jesse Mitchell
  • Joseph Orthober
  • James Tobias-Becker

Exploring the Wisconsin Landscape: Four Directions

February 23rd - March 16th, 2006

An exhibition featuring the work of four Wisconsin painters and their responses to the Wisconsin Landscape: Margaret Lockwood, Marjorie Mau, Andy Fletcher, and David Sear.

32nd Annual Art Faculty Exhibition

January 26th - February 16th, 2006

An exhibition featuring the work of thirteen professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Tina Bechtel, Jeff Benzow, David Damkoehler, Toni Damkoehler, Sarah Detweiler, Carol Emmons, Alison Gates, Curt Heuer, Jennifer Mokren, Steven Perkins, Christine Style, Steve Van Oudenhoven, and Summer Zickefoose.

33rd Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

November 17th - December 16th, 2005

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Gail Panske, Professor of Art ay University of Wisconsin: Oshkosh.

Bedtime Stories: An Installation by Rebecca Pearson

October 13th - November 3rd, 2005

An installation that utilizes textiles and beadwork to examine fairy tales and their relationship to childhood. Refracted through the prism of Jungian psychology and feminist theory, these works explore the tension between society’s idealization of childhood innocence and simultaneous sexualization of childhood.

Axis of Evil: The Secret History of Sin

September 15th - October 6th, 2005

An installation that utilizes textiles and beadwork to examine fairy tales and their relationship to childhood. Refracted through the prism of Jungian psychology and feminist theory, these works explore the tension between society’s idealization of childhood innocence and simultaneous sexualization of childhood.

Senior Exhibition I & II

April 3rd - April 15th, 2005
April 24th - May 6th, 2005

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Brain J. Besaw
  • Deborah Dalman
  • Jodi Niemi
  • Melissa Gale
  • Stacey Sabel

Senior Exhibition II

  • Joan Bachhuber
  • Holly Brogaard
  • Lexie Hassinger
  • Leah Lindsley
  • Anna E. VanDe Yacht

Elohim: The Apocalyptic Time Machine. Works by Norbert H. Kox and William Thomas Thompson

February 24th - March 24th, 2005

Elohim is the Hebrew word we translate as “God” and “apocalypse” is the New Testament word for revelation. The concept of “Elohim: Apocalyptic Time Machine,” is very simple and at the same time quite complex. Elohim, God, exists in a limitless eternity, outside of our realm of measured time. According to Scripture he know and sees the end from the beginning. This what makes prophecy possible. He sees what has happened before we experience it. To him it has already taken place. All past, present, and future are recorded in the eternal archives of the omniscient Elohim. At times he chooses to allow certain people to glimpse into the future. This is prophetic revelation, and apocalypse of things to come, and actual view of God’s memory. Since he holds all the knowledge of past, present, and future, Elohim is a virtual time capsule, a time machine: Elohim the Apocalyptic Time Machine. Kox and Thompson feel that their paintings have been inspired and guided by the hand of Elohim, the Master of time and space, to allow others to see beyond the confines of the moment into the Eye of the Eternal.

31st Annual Art Faculty Exhibition

January 27th - February 17th, 2005

An exhibition featuring the work of thirteen professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Jim Brey, David Damkoehler, Toni Damkoehler, Kristy Deetz, Sarah Detweiler, Carol Emmons, Curt Heuer, Alison Gates, Simon Levin, Jack Moga, Jennifer Mokren, Stephen Perkins, and Christine Style.

32nd Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

November 18th - December 15th, 2004

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Graeme Reid, Assistant Director, West Bend Art Museum, West Bend, WI.

Tradition and Change in Transylvania: Photographs by Kathleen McLaughlin

October 14th - November 4th, 2004

This exhibition features two series of photographs taken in Transylvania, Romania. One concentrates on peasant life in a small rural village and the other focuses on people within the contemporary urban landscape. Both series of works are animated by the extraordinary changes that have taken place in Romanian society since the demise of the Soviet Bloc.

ReFresh Biennial I

September 9th - October 6th, 2004

A national print invitational showcasing contemporary currents in print (printmaking, photography & digital). Guest curated by Christine Style, Professor of Communication Arts/Art (UWGB). ReFresh Print Biennial I is a new initiative, and a national touring exhibition. The beginning of a new millennium offers us an opportune moment to take a fresh look at the range of contemporary currents in print. The works selected for this exhibition span the range of traditional printmaking and photography, as well as works that reflect artists' incorporation of digital media into their print practices.

Senior Exhibition I & II

April 4th - April 17th, 2004
April 25th - May 8th, 2004

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Bohn
  • Bongi
  • Johnson
  • Parmelee
  • Stelter
  • VanDenLangenberg
  • Van Vleet

Senior Exhibition II

  • Cepress
  • Lieburn
  • E. Meissner
  • J. Meissner
  • Meyer
  • Meyers
  • Richter

Greatest Hits: Selections from the Permanent Collection

February 25th - March 27th, 2004

30th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition

January 28th - February 18th, 2004

An exhibition featuring the work of eleven professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Sarah Detweiler, Christine Style, James Brey, Jennifer Mokren, Curt Heuer, Stephen Perkins, Alison Gates, Carol Emmons, David Damkoehler, Kristy Deetz, and Brian Carlson.

31st Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

November 20th - December 13th, 2003

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Professor Gelsy Verna, an Associate Professor of Painting, from the University of Wisconsin Madison.

Neo-Sublime: Paintings by Steve Hough

October 15th - November 8th, 2003

This exhibition explored the concept & history of the sublime, through paintings by Steve Hough.

Heartfelt: Textiles by Kelly Frigard

September 11th - October 4th, 2003

This exhibition combines two series of works: She Clothed Every One of Them and Metal, Stone, Bed, Heart, Felt.

Senior Exhibition I & II

April 6th - April 19th, 2003
April 27th - May 15th, 2003

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibition I

  • Brian Berggen
  • Vanessa Carr
  • Nicole Hrabik
  • Danica Oudeans
  • Amie Sell
  • Amanda Tarras

Senior Exhibition II

  • Jake Cole
  • Gina Imhof
  • Barbi Nicklas
  • Sarah Pollpeter
  • Erin Quigley
  • Mary Jo Scanlan
  • Amy Smedema

fig-1: 50 Projects in 50 Weeks

February 27th - March 28th, 2003

A boxed multiple of 50 posters documenting a series of one-week exhibitions during 2000 at fig-1 gallery, London, UK.

29th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition

January 29th - February 19th, 2003

An exhibition featuring the work of ten professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Christine Style, Jennifer Mokren, Curt Heuer, Alison Gates, Carol Emmons & Jeff Nekola, Jerry Dell, Kristy Deetz, David Damkoehler, and Tina Bechtel.

30th Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

November 20th - December 14th, 2002

Painting: 9 Chicago Painters

October 17th - November 8th, 2002

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Wendy Cooper, Wendy Cooper Gallery, Madison, WI.

Midwest Photography Invitational XII

September 12th - October 9th, 2002

Curated by UW-Green Bay Professor of Photography, Jerry Dell, this 21 year-old biennial is a touchstone for new tendencies in photography across the nation. This exhibition draws a high caliber of entries from well-known and emerging artists. After premiering at UWGB it will begin an extended two-year tour of the Midwest.

Senior Exhibition I & II

April 7th - April 19th, 2002
April 28th - May 11th, 2002

These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

Senior Exhibtion I

  • Teresa Halbach
  • Carrie Beth Schulze
  • Erika Sonesen
  • Mark Sauter

Senior Exhibition II

  • Jeanelle
  • Paul Dax
  • Rachel Lankford
  • Beth N. Wanninger
  • Tina Bechtel

Click: Midwest Print Invitational: Digital Focus

February 28th - March 29th, 2002

This print invitational will feature over fifty works by forty-three artists, all of whom incorporate digital technology into the conceptual or production process of their prints. Drawn from seven Midwestern states (IL, IN, IA, MI, MN, OH, and WI) the works in this exhibition promise to be an exciting introduction to the merging of the traditional print medium and the new possibilities offered by the digital environment.

At the Boundary: Works by Karen Winzenz

January 31st - February 21st, 2002

Featuring twenty-eight works from the years 1979-94 this exhibition was a mini-retrospective of Winzenz’s painted sculptural works. Influenced by “the ritual art and architecture of prehistoric, tribal and non-Western cultures.” Karon Winzenz is an Emerita Professor of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Winzenz has been active as a professional artist and teacher for over 25 years. She received her B.A. from Lawrence University, her M.S. in Art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has an extensive exhibiting history that includes many one-person and groups exhibitions. She has been awarded a number of corporate and public commissions and her work can be found in over sixty private, public and corporate collections across the country.

29th Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition

November 27th - December 15th, 2001

This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was Frank Lewis, Curator of the Wriston Art Gallery, Lawrence University, Appleton.

AIDS Memorial Quilt

October 17th - November 9th, 2001

An exhibition that featured five sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, coupled with various activities organized in conjunction with the Quilt. Arguably the world’s largest community arts project, the Quilt is dedicated to bringing an end to AIDS. Its goals are:

  • Provide a creative means for remembrance and healing;
  • Illustrate the enormity of the AIDS epidemic;
  • Increase public awareness of AIDS;
  • Assist with HIV prevention;
  • Raise funds for community-based AIDS service organizations.
  • The White Flag of Surrender: An Installation by David Dunlap & Travis Freeman

    September 13th – October 10th, 2001

    David Dunlap and Travis Freeman presented a misinformed version of a teahouse in which a conversation about surrender takes place. Dunlap and Freeman attempted the impossible task of sharing a powerful and personal conversation. Under a white flag of surrender, within an orange teahouse, the conversation took the form of drawings, paintings, found objects, photographs, suits of clothing and books. Imagine a conversation between two people. Imagine that this conversation is so honest that each participant glimpses the other's soul. Imagine that each of these souls is so beautiful that the two conversationist's lives are forever changed. Imagine these two people wanted to share their experience and to that end built a teahouse. Imagine this teahouse a cross section cut from a conversation between a fool and a wonderer who found magic, love, spirit and delight simply by deciding not to lie.

    Senior Exhibition I & II

    1st - April 13th, 2001
    April 22nd - May 5th, 2001

    These two exhibitions feature the work of graduating seniors:

    Senior Exhibition I

    • Kevin de Wane
    • Ben LaCount
    • Jennifer Hunter
    • Jessey Vigue

    Senior Exhibition II

    • Rebecca Pearson
    • Kristy Konitzer
    • Kevin Rondou
    • Sarah Houwers
    • Raefinn Sersch

    Babel, Wisconsin: Printed Matter from Xeoxoxial Edition

    February 22nd - March 23rd, 2001

    This exhibition features over one hundred of the photocopy books and periodicals published by the Wisconsin-based Xexoxial Editions over the last two decades. The artists/publishers, Miekal And and Lyx Ish, will also be collaborating with their son, Liaizon Wakest, in creating a site-specific photocopy installation in the gallery.

    28th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition

    January 24th - February 15th, 2001

    An exhibition featuring the work of ten professors from the Art Discipline in the Arts and Visual Design academic unit at the University of Wisconsin: Green Bay. Artists featured are Jerry Dell, David Damkoehler, Carol Emmons, Kristy Deetz, Jennifer Mokren, Kristina Rothe, Dan Hatton, Curt Heuer, Stephen Perkins, and Christine Style.

    28th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

    November 28th - December 16th, 2000

    This annual exhibition is open to all students on the UW-Green Bay campus. This year’s juror was J. Shimon & J. Lindermann.

    Spectacular Vernacular: A Cabinet of Curiosities

    October 25th - November 14th, 2000

    Midwest Photography XI

    September 15th - October 17th, 2000

    Photography is the most contemporary of arts. In its many forms, print, cinema, video, and digital imaging among them, photography is the dominant visual force of our time. It is where the ideas are.