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Students at UW Oshkosh are testing their voices and instrumental skills—even their stage fighting skills—in a large tent installed near the Arts and Communication Center.
Campus Life, Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Stories
September 17, 2020

UW Oshkosh senior Max Volk won an online contest from the New York brass band Lucky Chops. His arrangement of one of their songs was recorded by 300-plus musicians around the world for a YouTube video.
Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Stories
August 24, 2020

Richard Gustin, who was the theater director at UWO's Fond du Lac campus for 25 years, had his "A Sparrow Falls" performed on Zoom to benefit a Chicago playwright award.
Briefs, Fine and Performing Arts, Fond du Lac Campus
August 21, 2020

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt today announced a name change for the theatre building on the Oshkosh campus of UW Oshkosh to better reflect UWO’s commitment to inclusion and equity.
Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines, Main Story
August 18, 2020

Interim Dean Kimberly Rivers shares an update on the College of Letters and Science as part of our Titans Return series for fall 2020.
Campus Life, Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities, Main Story, Math and Natural Science,
August 11, 2020

Richard Masters, who taught at UW Oshkosh from 1996 to 2015, is now a working artist in New York City. Among his ongoing projects is designing coins and medals for the U.S. Mint.
Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Stories
August 7, 2020

Many UW Oshkosh alumni and at least one student helped the walkable downtown art show come together.
Features, Fine and Performing Arts
July 1, 2020

The UWO theatre department and recent graduate Bryan Carter each won an award from the National Committee of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
Features, Fine and Performing Arts
June 29, 2020

Much like the way a modern selfie-taker might aim for perfect lighting, a curated backdrop and juuust the right angle, some of the most well-known painters to ever live were sometimes working with the same intentions.
Features, Fine and Performing Arts
June 1, 2020

"Artists in particular are amazing problem solvers," said Leslie Walfish, director of UW Oshkosh's Allen Priebe Gallery.
Campus Life, Features, Fine and Performing Arts
April 14, 2020