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The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
It's impossible to separate art from culture, or either of those from the communities in which they thrive. UW-Eau Claire English faculty and students have been connecting with the Chippewa Valley for decades. Through events like poetry or fiction readings and presentations, student interns contributing to area business, collaborative research based in area non-profit organizations, dynamic student events on campus, faculty and students leading workshops and festivals in the Chippewa Valley — Blugold English is out in the community in too many touch points to count.
Take a look at the following stories and links, spotlighting just a few of our mutually beneficial and highly rewarding campus-community partnerships.
When B.J. Hollars gives a talk later this month at the V1 Gallery in downtown Eau Claire, he will be kicking off a series of events that are designed to help local writers enhance their craft while also giving them new opportunities to share their work.A gathering place for writers
Creative writers interested in spending some time in a residency in the rolling hills of Western Wisconsin, please check out the CVWG website for details about the location, the program, and how to get involved.
Alex DeLakis is helping make Eau Claire a safer place for LGBTQ+ individuals seeking medical care alongside fellow Blugolds Dr. Theresa Kemp, professor of women’s studies and English, and alumna Alison Harder, prevention specialist at the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin Eau Claire and director of Q2.Research aimed at equity
Faculty members and emeriti faculty are instrumental in bringing this annual celebration of the written word to the Chippewa Valley. The festival includes author readings, book signings, workshops and programs for writers of all ages.
A natural born story-teller, Heather Harkins, has used her connections through UW-Eau Claire to bring a unique film festival to the area by way of Public Television.Storytelling with purpose
UW-Eau Claire will host the fourth annual Frederick and Joan Christopherson Schmidt Robert Frost Celebration of American Poetry at 4 p.m. Monday, April 24, in the Dakota Ballroom in Davies Center. Several poems by Frost will be among those featured during the event, as well as original poems written by the winners of UW-Eau Claire’s Centennial Poetry Competition.Celebrating a legendary poet
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