Located in the Lange Student Center, the Schwalbach Gallery features student and professional art exhibits throughout the year. Gallery hours are 10 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday, and all gallery events are free and open to the public.
STUDENT ART EXHIBITION
April 7 - 23, 2014
Opening Reception: Monday, April 7, 1:30-2:30 pm with light refreshments
About this Exhibition:
An annual showcase of work by Univeristy of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County Art students, taught by Assistant Professor of Art, Letha Kelsey. Examples from Life Drawing, Painting and Design courses are on view by the following:
M. HORTON - N. YAZZIE - R. JENSEN - J. CHATMAN - S. BAHR - K. SCHULTZ - M. COLLINS
D. YOUNG - J. MORA - M. COLBURN - L. GENNRICH - T. LEVERENZ - N. DELAGARDELLE - R. KOSS
G. KELLY - M. GINTHER - J. SEVERSON - K. NEDZA - R. BREDESEN - J. BAERWOLF and more...
About the Gallery
The Schwalbach Gallery is named for Professor Emeritus James A. Schwalbach, a long-time chairman of the UW Colleges Art Department. Professor Schwalbach created many state and local art programs, and he also developed and produced the WHA radio program "Let's Draw," which was broadcast statewide for many years.
Professor Schwalbach taught at UW-BSC from 1968 until his retirement in 1976, and he received the Governor's Award for his efforts in art education. His estate continues to support the Schwalbach Art Fund, which he established through the Friends of the Campus Foundation.
The Gallery typically features six shows/year, showcasing the work of regional and nationally-renowned artists as well as local youth art projects. For more information about exhibiting your work in the Schwalbach Gallery, please contact: Letha Kelsey, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-355-5243.