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With great anticipation Grace Fechner, an alumna of Art & Design with a B.F.A. emphasis in Illustration, is exhibiting her first solo show at the Volume One Gallery entitled "Show and Tell".
Jyl Kelley's time lapse video project "Inside Out" wins Best Experimental Film for Los Angeles New Wave International Film Festival.
Spring 2017 graduate Mollie Leffin tells us what life was like as a student intern for the Foster Art Gallery in Haas Fine Arts. Turns out it was not only a resume builder, but a personal and professional experience she feels extremely fortunate to have had.
Graphic design alumna Janel Scott '03, has enjoyed a long and successful career at Best Buy Corporation, making several job changes and currently serving as a marketing manager. Read her Q&A interview to hear how her job path has grown and changed, and how her Blugold design degree prepared her for the challenges of corporate design.
When the opportunity arose for art history major Emma Huston to study in Florence, Italy for a semester, she knew the experience was one she couldn't pass up. Read about Emma's studies in a place literally built on the history of art and architecture.
Students will have multiple opportunities to travel with faculty to discover the world or art, and to get a first-hand look at professional artists and the art industry in action in cities like New York, Chicago and Minneapolis.
Love the new "Discover Wisconsin" map highlighting all the cool things you can do in the state? Thank a Blugold. More specifically, thank Samantha Hytry, the UW-Eau Claire freshman graphic communications major and marketing minor who created the map for the popular television show that celebrates all things Wisconsin.
Whether you are coming for a main campus visit day, or just want to come and see our department, we look forward to meeting you and answering your questions.
Students now have two new interdisciplinary degree options within Art & Design--check out the Graphic Communications and Studio Arts degrees and find out if one might be the art degree for you!
The Foster Gallery will feature an exhibition examining how archivist and photographer Paul Vanderbilt (1905-1992) developed new ways of understanding the world through visual images.
Real photographs, fake stories and the intersection between fact and fiction are all part of a new exhibition of 19th and early 20th century photography, "Fauxtography," to be displayed in the Foster Gallery at UW-Eau Claire from Nov. 4-23.
Trace Richolson, a senior photography student at UW-Eau Claire, is looking forward to the 2016 Eaux Claires music and arts festival. His role as a creative assistant has led to new opportunities and the chance to watch the unique festival grow and prosper.
After a semester filled with hours upon hours of tireless work, art students Roslyn Cashman and Lukas Carlson were finally able to see their finished product, and will continue to see it on campus running the student bus route for the entire academic year.
Tiffany Brooks was studying at a private university in 2001 when she had to withdraw because her struggles with depression made it difficult to focus on her studies, which led to a lower-than-it-should-be GPA. Fifteen years later, she will earn her degree from UW-Eau Claire, graduating with honors.
Nine bachelor of fine arts students displayed their unique creations May 9-15 in the Foster Gallery of the Haas Fine Arts Center.
Josh Thorson transferred to UW-Eau Claire his junior year and quickly made a name for himself as an exceptional student-athlete. An Honors student, he’s earned national honors for his academics and his running.
UW-Eau Claire senior and Gilman Scholarship winner Sumya Paung embraces the opportunity to study abroad and return to Thailand where she lived for four years as a refugee from Burma.
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