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through October 6.

While it may seem to be stating the obvious, artists make artwork, a process of labor, and also create artwork that depicts labor.  Whether it is scenes of farming, fishing and logging in prints created by noted educator and artist Robert Von Neumann or WPA textile designs, our state has a rich history of work and working people.  The recent demonstrations at the State Capital in Madison emphasize the power of workers and the depth of feeling about work and working conditions. The exhibition will utilize material from the holdings of the Crossman Gallery Collection and special loans to create a multi layered exhibit.  Elections in both local and national political races will provide an apt background for the exhibit.

Visit the Crossman Gallery website (http://blogs.uww.edu/crossman/) for additional information about this exhibit and other upcoming events.

Gallery Hours

Mon-Fri: 10am – 5pm
Mon-Thur: 6pm – 8pm
Sat: 1pm – 4pm
Special hours may apply when school is not in session. Please call before visiting to insure access.

Gallery Contact

Director: Michael Flanagan Office: 262.472.5708 Gallery: 262.472.1207 Email: flanagam@uww.edu
Located on the first floor of the Center of the Arts, 950 West Main Street on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.