Gail F. Steinhilber
The Gail Floether Steinhilber Art Gallery is committed to the enrichment of cultural life on campus, in the community and throughout the Fox Valley.The gallery exists primarily to serve UW Oshkosh students and present work that is intriguing, inspiring, thought provoking, and at times socially challenging, yet always in keeping with the university’s institutional excellence.
Works by local, regional and nationally recognized artists, as well as by the university’s students, faculty and staff are exhibited in the gallery. Exhibitions are planned, promoted and installed by the student staff and director.
Fall 2019 Exhibits
September 5 – September 27
Auscwitz-Birkanau Nazi German Concentration and Extermination Camp
Exhibition documenting Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi German Concentration and Extermination Camp and the beginnings of the Holocaust.
September 30 – October 4
Immigrants Telling Their Life Stories
Immigrants share their stories engaging the viewer with portraits and biographical stories.
October 7 – November 1
Collaborative works reflecting on the experiences of survivors of domestic violence.
Spring 2020 Exhibits
February 6 – March 13
Symbiotic Structures & Creating Connections
Symbiotic Structures is an exhibition exploring the re-configuring of found furniture into new objects, based on the unique behaviors and morphologies of lichens.
Creating Connections is an exhibition of outcomes from students taking a woodworking course. The work is inspired by lectures and conversations with Ashley Eriksmoen, head of the Furniture Program at Australia National University and Dr. Anne Pringle, UW Madison’s Department of Botany.