A traveling exhibition that showcases items from popular culture used to stereotype groups of people based on race, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, body type, etc. The negative imagery -- found on postcards, license plates, games, souvenirs and costumes -- promoted stereotyping against such groups as Asian-Americans, Hispanics, Jews, and poor whites, as well as those who are “other” in terms of body type or sexual orientation.
Sponsored in part by InterTribal Council, SUFAC, Vice Chancellor’s Office, and the UW System Institute on Race and Ethnicity.
Exhibit curated by the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI.
On view: August 29 - October 1, 2011. Opening Reception: Tuesday, September 1.
A showcase of artisanal/artistic media that was historically used to created functional pieces, but with time and talent have come to be used in a variety of artistic works. Art work of traditional artisan media such as metal work, ceramics, wood, fiber, glass, etc., will be presented, as well as work in other media that represent the traditional artisanal subject matter.
On view: October 3 - 29, 2011. Gallery Night: Tuesday, October 4.
Art selected and presented by the Art Faculty at UW-Platteville.
On view: October 31 - November 22, 2011. Gallery Night: Tuesday, November 1.
A presentation of selected photos from UW-Platteville's Photo III students.
On view: November 28 - December 23, 2011. Gallery Night: Thursday, December 1.
A juried exhibition of the artworks of ArtsBuild program participants. Media include photography, watercolor, ink, fiber, oil, wax and lots of mixed materials.
On view: December 26 - January 21. Gallery Night: Tuesday, January 10.
Art works created by area high school students, presented in conjunction with the Rountree Gallery and the Wisconsin Regional Artists Association (WRAA)/ Wisconsin Regional Art Program (WRAP). This will be a juried exhibit, with the winner’s art work advancing to the 18th Annual Spring Exhibit at Rountree Gallery, followed by WRAP’s Annual Statewide Art Exhibit at the Pyle Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
On view: January 23 - February 18, 2012. Gallery Night: Tuesday, January 24.
Awards reception: Saturday, February 18 by invitation.
Sabbatical works by Art Professor Steve Vance.
On view: February 20 - March 16, 2012. Gallery Night: Tuesday, February 21.
View incredible works selected from the Permanent Collection at UW-Platteville!
On view: March 19 - April 20, 2012. Gallery Night: Tuesday, March 27.
An annual exhibit of works by graduating Art Majors, this exhibit represents the artistic achievements of each art major's
On view: April 23 - May 18, 2012. Gallery Night: Tuesday, April 24.
The completed memorial featuring eight 7-foot statues of figures from each of the following: the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World War One, World War Two, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam War, The Gulf War, and a tribute to the women of war.
On view: May 21 - June 15, 2012. Gallery Night: Tuesday, May 22.
Harry Nohr was admired and respected throughout his life not only as a remarkable man and citizen, but also as a dedicated and accomplished conservationist and bowl maker. He was described by friends as being "a true countryman, a species almost extinct," "the most civilized man in Wisconsin," and even, "one of nature's most delightful creations." Our display honors the namesake of our gallery and includes photos, artifacts, history and some of his works of art.