University Of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

University of Minnesota professor Joe Soss visited UW-Milwaukee last Friday to deliver a talk about the criminal justice system and revenue making. Read more

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Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Milwaukee Rugby Football Club (MRFC), the city’s first rugby organization, was founded in 1968. Off the Cuff interviews MRFC veteran Jay Stemper about the organization’s history and current activity. Read more

Off the Cuff

Off the Cuff with Ovation Chai Point Executive Director Trish Cohn on the organization’s new student artist-in-residence program with UW-Milwaukee. Read more

Off the Cuff

The 2017 Kenilworth Open Studios takes place on Saturday, April 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 100 students and faculty from UWM’s Peck School will be on hand to display and discuss their interdisciplinary, socially conscious and utili... Read more

Visual Arts



There’s muchmore than Summerfest going on around Milwaukee – so much more that “AroundMilwaukee: Other Than Summerfest” required a Part II.It’s notdifficult to have good artistic manners. Always wash the brushes you use. Don’ttake cr.. Read more

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As the springsemester winds down, students are busier than ever—and not just with essays,exams and excessive carousing. It is also time for students of the arts toexhibit the ripened fruits of their labors. Here are four such student-centricex.. Read more

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There issomething magic about photography’s ability to capture slices of time with unparalleledaccuracy. It stands to reason, then, that magic itself should be a theme ofmedium. Such is the case with the photographic oeuvre of Carol Golemboski,.. Read more

Visual Arts

It's not likeyou need another reason to love UWM'sStudent Union. Union Theater - the single screen on which, five or six nights aweek, you can see movies - free and good movies.There's also the 8th Note Coffee House, where.. Read more

Visual Arts

A specific place, often a treasured object and a contrite,willing spirit---Dothese elements constitute a sacred place? The University of WisconsinMilwaukee’s Art History Department examines these questions in their currentexhibition at the Mit.. Read more

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When his credit suddenly goes south, middle-aged Sandy (Jason Bateman) learns his identity has been stolen. He tracks down the culprit 2,000 miles away in Miami. She's Diana (Melissa McCarthy), living high on the hog. The cops have neither ... Read more

Film Clips

In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, a place ofquiet reflection can be discovered in the University of Milwaukee Wisconsin’sart history gallery. Their exhibition “Nativity” presents more than two dozenprints, primarily etchings. e.. Read more

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For a city of its size, Milwaukee has a decent amount of professional-level chamber music. One of our better series is Chamber Music Milwaukee (CMM). While it is primarily conceived to showcase music faculty at the University of Wisconsin..... Read more

Classical Music

The tiny performance space at Kenilworth Square was relatively packedlargely with rising, young local theatre talent for a one-night-only performance of a program of shorts referred to as 5 Plays You Didn't Know.An evening of five shorts select.. Read more


Regan Golden, only half of the artistic pair exhibiting in "Regan Golden and Jennifer Harris: Decorative Directive" at Walkers Point Center for the Arts, divides her time working and living between Chicago, Illinois, Saint Paul, Minnesota, and.. Read more

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This is the 21st anniversary of the annual lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender film/vi Were the World Mine ,Sponsored Events Read more