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Sifting: A Collection of Work
Sifting features an inventive body of work by interdisciplinary artist Nirmal Raja exploring themes of cultural negotiation, memory, and translation. Born in India and currently residing in Milwaukee, Raja's artistic practice draws upon varied materials and sources to address her experience as a transplanted individual living between two cultures. This presentation centers on Cloud Palace, a large-scale, immersive installation that reconfigures a 4th-century epic poem into a contemporary artistic idiom. Other works on view explore notions of time, rhythm, and music, language as both scripts and form, and embodied cultural memory.
Editorial Cartoonists: Taming the Tigers
In conjunction with the Kenosha Festival of Cartooning, Taming the Tigers presents a range of editorial cartoons focused on the 2016 presidential election, issues of free speech, and messages of peace. Featured participants at this year's festival include Anne Telnaes, Jen Sorensen, and Wiley Miller, among other cartoonists.
Forgotten Wars & Flowers
Forgotten Wars & Flowers brings together solo and collaborative projects by artist, activist, and Iraq War veteran Aaron Hughes. Drawing upon work created over the past decade, the show highlights an artistic practice that seeks to bridge cultural divides and find moments of shared humanity and beauty amidst, and despite, the ongoing "Global War on Terror". The exhibition's centerpiece will be the Tea Project, a collaboration with artist Amber Ginsburg consisting of works on paper, a large scale ceramic installation, and intimate performances and dialogues hosted over cups of tea. More
I, Object, a solo show by Jared Patton Plock, investigates common objects and our relationship to them through both a literal and figurative deconstruction. Using a variety of materials and techniques, Plock presents sculptures and installations that meld familiarity with the incongruous and absurd.
Artwork by Area Teachers and Their Students
Nov 1-17 | Mathis Gallery
Art Party and Closing Reception: Nov 17 | 3-6 pm
Students Respond: Election 2016
UW-Parkside Theatre Design
Art Student Senior Shows
Dec 5-17 | Foundation Gallery
For More Information:
UW-Parkside Galleries, 262-595-2565 or 262-595-2342 or email@example.com
UW-Parkside Rita Box Office, 262-595-2564
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