Ten stand-out University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni were chosen by the UW Oshkosh Alumni Association to be awarded for their achievements at the Homecoming 2014 Alumni Awards Celebration during Homecoming Weekend in mid-October.
Five alumni received the Outstanding Young Alumni Award, and five received the Distinguished Alumni Award. Here
Ceramists, water colorists, graphic designers, art teachers and artists of all sorts have made the Alumni Welcome and Conference Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh their new home base.
Check out a time-lapse video of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student Irineo Medina creating a large-scale monotype print in one of the UW Oshkosh art studios.
Vibrant, colorful paintings greet visitors to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s new Alumni Welcome and Conference Center (AWCC).
These generous gifts from the Kohler Foundation Inc., which complement the building’s light-filled hallways, include works that were originally commissioned by BMO Financial in Chicago.
"The Four Sequences," a
Every day the world over, UW Oshkosh alumni are putting all of their brains, heart and courage to good use in their families, careers and communities. To celebrate these successes, join the UWO community for Homecoming 2014 in our new home—the Alumni Welcome and Conference
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Does art matter? Absolutely.
This music always rescues me, There’s a melody for every malady, Prescription: Song, you see. — Stew, Passing Strange
There’s art in blending your passion and paycheck. UW Oshkosh artists are making a living as they make our world beautiful.
64 Antoinette (Harder) Durben (EHS) and ’80 (MSE), of Appleton, recently retired as a kindergarten teacher and is traveling to Australia and New Zealand.
66 Donald Roll (EHS) and ’74 (MSE), of Mayville, has retired as Williamstown clerk in Dodge County after 42 years.
68 Jane (Catencamp)
Art extends beyond the classroom, beyond the paintbrush, outside of a designer’s computer and is integrated into our daily lives.