Nina Ghanbarzadeh & Ethan Krause    Conversations
June 16 – July 26, 2018

Artist Reception: June 30, 2018, 5:30-8:00pm
Artist Dialogue @ 6:30pm

In a celebration of printmaking, artists Nina Ghanbarzadeh & Ethan Krause will draw inspiration from each other’s process. Krause’s current screen printed work uses four-color process printing to enter into dialog with print culture, scanning and photographing old material, (re)arranging it digitally, and returning it to print. The recent focus in Ghanbarzadeh’s work has been the intersection of text and image and the potential of using text to create movement and texture.


Ephemeral Forest  •  A UW-Milwaukee Immersive Media Lab Augmented Reality Project Led by Creative Director Christopher Wiley and created by Sarah Wright, Adam Wertel, Christian Holland, and Maggie Franzen
September 7 – 22, 2017

Through the use of 3-D animation, projection mapping, and augmented reality, this project will demonstrate how new technologies can provide meaningful experiences and new forms of storytelling.

Jessica Meuninck-Ganger & Marna Goldstein Brauner    Wall Paper
October 3 – November 11, 2017

Milwaukee-based artists, Jessica Meuninck-Ganger and Marna Goldstein Brauner combine technologies of printmaking with fibrous materials such as paper and fabric to create new visual representations of space and site. Both artists explore cultures through traveling and making, through examining the environment via mediation, process, and materials.

Pacia Sallomi    Above & Below
November 26, 2017 – January 4, 2018

Artist Pacia Sallomi paints as a way of exploring the spiritual qualities of lived life. It is an intuitive process that is informed by experience, research, and journaling. She works in series; each exploring an idea that comes to completion when the underlying questions have been resolved and/or another question becomes more compelling. 

Kristen Bartel  •  Water Works
January 13 – February 22, 2018

Water Works is an exhibition of prints and photographs that look at the incongruous relationship we have with our landscapes. Looking at both the large and small aspects of constructed landscapes, this exhibition is an inquiry into how we understand the natural.

Cynthia Brinich-Langlois  •  Water Sheds
March 3 – April 19, 2018

The lithographic prints that comprise Water Sheds present a variety of landscapes altered by drought, with small figures moving through panoramic compositions. The environments depicted are drawn from deserts and boulder formations that evoke regions of the Southwest, to references to agriculture and livestock that speak to uses of the Midwestern landscape.

Robin Jebavy    Glass Utopias
April 28 – June 7, 2018

For years, artist Robin Jebavy has been making densely layered paintings of glassware arrangements with a focus on fusing the unbounded expanse of the inner, intuitive world with private, domestic environments. Glass Utopias, experiments with glassware imagery to reference our fragile and often precarious human condition and ask questions about our intimate relationship with the external world.