The best student design work of the 2018-19 academic year and the work of two standout seniors will be on display in two exhibits at UW-Stout’s Furlong Gallery,
From “Flashdance” and “Footloose” to “Valley Girl” and “Vibes,” Michael Heagle, like totally, believes the 1980s were “tubular.”
A member of the National Coalition Against Censorship, which represents 50 nonprofit arts organizations, will give two presentations at UW-Stout.
A new type of student sports team, one that will compete with computers, could be representing UW-Stout as early as fall 2020.
Theater, fashion, art, film, music, comedy — all that and more are part of UW-Stout’s annual Family Weekend scheduled Friday and Saturday, April 12-13.
The historic Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts in Menomonie has been rebranded, thanks to a University of Wisconsin-Stout associate professor.
SOAD Professor Michael Heagle publishes a fun and, like, totally incomplete guide to the place where ‘80s music and movies collide.
A UW-Stout professor will speak at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 7, in Menomonie about an award-winning video game he created.
One of the reasons Lily Lund and Carter Pasma enjoy being ceramicists is the ability to create something that makes a statement.
April is a month of special events at UW-Stout. Tickets are on sale for three of them, with sales for another popular event beginning soon.