UW Oskhosh Wordmark

Fifteen years ago this fall, one of the most infamous hate crimes in the nation’s history captured attention and headlines around the country and the globe. The murder of Matthew S[...]
There is exceptional music overflowing from the Arts and Communications building at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Yet, even with all the talent and music spilling out from t[...]
It’s a play whose story, however absurd, is not out of place during Earth Week. Mix the rapacious thirst for oil with themes of greed and environmental ruin. Then, add an occ[...]
Artistry. Musicianship. Focus. Teamwork. These are just a few of the qualities that help drive the UW Oshkosh music department’s handbell choir, a unique musical group and co[...]
There aren’t many concerts on Earth in which the audience enjoys the strains of an aria only to, a performance or two later, swing to the jive of a vocal jazz group. The University[...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Theatre department will stage “The American Dream” and “The Zoo Story” in the Frederic March Theatre from Feb. 13 through Feb. 17. Written by Ed[...]
Sam Yates, a former University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professor, will participate in a Visiting Artist Lecture in room S149 of the Arts and Communication Building from 4:50 p.m. to 5[...]
It’s a chance to meet and discuss works with the artists who participated in one of downtown Oshkosh’s most vibrant summer showcases of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh-based and re[...]
Prof. Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi will perform six works by Wisconsin composers commissioned to thematically capture the spirit of the state’s people, places, events and more. The concert [...]
The new season’s plays and holiday-focused musical will showcase idiosyncratic characters ‘at their most hilarious, heartbreaking and, above all, human.’[...]