art class
The Fine Arts Gallery hosts a variety of exhibits from community and student artists. 
UW-Waukesha choir
The UW-Waukesha Choir and Windy Hill Handbell Choir perform twice each semester. 
Theatre Performance
The 315-seat theatre is home to two campus productions each academic year, a summer musical and children’s theatre production.
adult student band
Both students and community members participate in the UW-Waukesha Symphonic Band and String Orchestra as well as other artistic disciplines. 
Art
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Opportunities

Fine & Performing Arts

Art

The UW-Waukesha Field Station, a 92-acre property that features prairie restoration, also houses a classroom building and a ceramic studio with two outdoor wood fired kilns.

The Art Club provides students stress free fun, in a non-judgmental environment to express their emotions through various projects and art trips.

The Fine Arts Gallery holds four exhibitions annually featuring various media from artists throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest including an annual student exhibition held in spring.

The UW-Waukesha Library also curates a permanent art collection of donated artworks.

For more information about the art department and gallery, contact Senior Art Lecturer, Timothy Booth.

Music

UW-Waukesha music ensembles are comprised of both students and community members. The Windy Hill Handbell Choir, Symphonic Band and Choir perform twice each semester.

For more information about music ensembles, contact Music Professor Craig Hurst

Theatre

UW-Waukesha students and community members have the opportunity to participate in any of the 3-4 shows produced in the 330 seat Lunt-Fontanne Theatre each season.

We produce one full production during the fall and spring semester. In the summer months, we normally produce a full stage musical in collaboration with our Music Department, and engage the youth in the community with a Children’s Theatre production.

You need not be a theatre major to get involved – all students are encouraged to get involved regardless of academic major and community members are also welcome! Opportunities to act, or work as a member of the production team (costume, lights, set, sound, PR) are available to all.

For more information, please contact Associate Professor of Communications and Theatre Arts Steven Decker.