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
31 Harriet (Krueger) Kussman (EHS), of Amherst, who turned 105 years old in May, is the oldest person residing at Iola Living Assistance.
In his new composition “Swirling Sky,” University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty member Ed Martin created a unique melodic piece for live piano and fixed electronic playback that includes certain pitches or microtones that don’t exist on the piano.