Check out a time-lapse video of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student Irineo Medina creating a large-scale monotype print in one of the UW Oshkosh art studios.
Vibrant, colorful paintings greet visitors to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s new Alumni Welcome and Conference Center (AWCC). These generous gifts from the Kohler Foundation Inc., which complement the building’s light-filled hallways, include works that were originally commissioned by BMO [...]
Keeping both the mind and the body active– whether through exercise, art, reading or writing—is often a great form of therapy. For former coach and physical education teacher Bev Mickelson ’77, of Portland, Ore., staying active even after she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease was important for keeping her mind busy. While she is no longer coaching basketball, Mickelson has found a new passion for the art of origami.