Arts Enrichment for Adults
...for your creative side !
UW-Green Bay will not be hosting this program in 2016.
If you are an adults or older teen, you will thrive in our Arts Enrichment for Adults program! Express yourself through sculpture, drawing, painting, ceramics, book making, photography and non-fiction writing. Take note of the experienced and talented instructors we have enlisted for this endeavor. You will be motivated and inspired by their expertise, attention to detail, attention to you, and to your works of art.
NOTE: Each student will choose one art or writing class for the duration of the program. If your first choice class is full at the time you register, we will assign you to your second choice preference. Register early!
Other Things to Know
- Parking: You may park in the Studio Arts Parking Lot on campus. Do not park in 15-minute parking or any loading docks.
- Check in on the first day is from 5:30 - 6:00 p.m. in the Studio Arts Cafeteria (first floor of building).
- Normal class hours are Tuesdays from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.
- This is a day program only. Overnight accommodations are not available on campus.
- Material fees cover supplies the teacher will purchase for you.
- Supply lists are provided so you can purchase these items prior to the start of the class. Bring them with you on the first day.
Sandra Shackelford - Arts Enrichment Coordinator
Sandra Shackelford is a document artist. She received her BFA from UW-Green Bay and did graduate work in fine arts at UW-Milwaukee. The artist's work incorporates heroic scale drawings, black and white photographs and narratives from oral histories of people she considers (un)common heroes, the unheralded, and the quietly courageous.
Ms Shackelford's artwork was used exclusively in the award winning CESA television program, "But Names Can Hurt Forever" and in the documentary film, "Westbound" which documents the life of a hobo historian.
Ms Shackelford is a writing specialist at the College of Menominee Nation and conducts Women's Writing Circles and related writing workshops. She initiated and verbally and visually documented "The Memorial Wall of Hope and Healing", a traveling tribute composed of 48 mosaics designed and created by individuals with life-threatening illnesses.
Ms Shackelford teaches art and creative non-fiction and is currently at work on a major project, "The Memorial Wall of Hope and Healing." She served as the co-director for UW-Green Bay's longstanding Summer Art Studio Camps for middle and high school students, for several years and currently serves as its guest artist in residence.