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The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Theatre Department is set to launch three new productions this winter and into spring, including one staged in tribute to a former faculty membe[...]
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 [...]