Message from the community: WOW! Wisconsin women exhibit at Alverno College


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The Alverno College Art and Cultures Gallery will present an invitation-only exhibition by the director titled WOW! Women of Wisconsin From September 3 to October 9. This biennial exhibition will showcase the work of female artists from all media, including painting, photography, sculpture, metalwork, mixed media and drawing. Located in the Alverno Art and Culture Gallery, the powerful exhibition celebrates established and emerging women artists from diverse backgrounds and the limitless ways in which they express themselves artistically.

The gallery will host an opening reception on September 10 from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. At the start of the opening reception, there will be a round table in the studio adjacent to the gallery. The discussion is free and open to the public. The gallery’s opening hours are Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Thursday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Artists featured in the exhibition include:

  • Ian Baker Johnson – painter
  • Blanche Brown – mixed media
  • Agnes Chwae – silversmith, sculpture
  • Nova Czarnecki – painting, panelist
  • Jan Falk – fibers
  • Pamela Ferderbar – photography
  • Marna Goldstein Brauner – fibers
  • Rozalia Hernandez Singh – painting, muralist
  • Hai Chi Jihn – silversmith, sculpture
  • Teresa Lind – sculpture
  • Jessica Meuninck-Ganger – engraving, bookmaking
  • Colette Odya Smith – pastels
  • Rosy Petri – multidisciplinary
  • Angela Pierro – abstract painting
  • Nirmal Raja – interdisciplinary
  • Tia Richardson – painting, muralist
  • Katerina Sanerib – sculpture
  • Jill Sebastian – sculpture
  • Denise Schanz – sculpture
  • Maria Tammi – sculpture
  • Evelyn Patricia Terry – interdisciplinary, panelist
  • Colleen Volland – ceramic
  • Julie VonDerVellen – paper, sculpture, panelist
  • Jean Wells – ceramic, panelist
  • Lynn Whitford – blacksmith, sculpture

The Alverno College Art and Culture Gallery is located at Alexia Hall, 3901 South 39e Street. A free parking is available.

About Alverno College

Founded in 1887 by the School Sisters of St. Francis, Alverno College promotes the academic, personal and professional development of its students in a collaborative and inclusive environment. Undergraduate programs for women are offered in more than 60 fields of study, and graduate programs in education, nursing, community psychology, school psychology, music therapy, music and liturgy, and business are open to women and men. men.

A leader in innovation in higher education, Alverno has received international accolades for its highly effective, capacity-based approach to assessment as learning, which emphasizes practical experience and develops the skills sought. The college, Wisconsin’s premier Hispanic institution, ranks among the best schools in the Midwest for its commitment to undergraduate education and innovation in American News and World Report. During two years, The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education named Alverno the most inspiring university in the country.

Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Alverno College is an independent, four-year Catholic liberal arts college.


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