Since 1968

Image from William Weege's Long Live Life portfolio (1968) courtesy of Crossman Gallery, UW-Whitewater.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Since 1968 opening
The Center for 21st Century Studies at UW-Milwaukee presents a survey of works on paper and paintings that resonate with the aftermath of 1968, a period marked by explosive protest movements around the world, cultural experimentation in multiple domains, and the articulation of new visions of society.

The exhibit will be on campus from January 29th through February 12th, 2009 and features artwork from the UWM Art History Gallery and UW-Whitewater Crossman Gallery.

Campus location:
Art History Gallery
Mitchell Hall 154
3203 N. Downer Ave.

On Friday, February 6th, the public is invited to the reception and a talk by William Weege, renowned printmaker, whose screen prints are featured in the exhibit. The event will start at 3:30pm in the Art History Gallery.

This exhibit is in celebration of the Center for 21st Century Studies’ 40th Anniversary and is co-sponsored by the Art History Department and Gallery, with additional support from the Graduate School.


Normal gallery Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10-4
(extended for this exhibit, as noted above)

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