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B.A. Brown University
M.F.A. University of Wisconsin
Kristin Thielking is from Long Island, NY and received a BA in Fine Art and Comparative Literature from Brown University, RI and an MFA in Sculpture from University of Wisconsin, Madison. Thielking has taught sculpture at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point since 2001. She has also taught at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, University of Wisconsin, Madison and Penland School of Crafts.
She has exhibited and presented on her work widely. Interdisciplinary collaboration is at the root of her practice and she has a special interest in working with language as a material and work that inspires dialogue about the state of the environment and environmental stewardship. She works most often with artist-book maker, glass artist and poet, Lisa Beth Robinson and sculptor Keven Brunett and is a member of the Catching a Wave Collective a group of 6 artists, scientists and writers.
B.F.A. University of Seoul, Seoul, Korea
M.A., M.F.A. University of Iowa
JinMan Jo’s work has been shown widely throughout the United States and in Korea. Solo exhibitions of his work have been presented at Rountree Art Gallery, Salem, OR, Art Access Gallery in Salt Lake City, UT; Gage Family Art Gallery, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN. JinMan Jo relates the process of creating sculpture to that of making entries in a personal journal. His work is self-reflective with a focus on his feelings and search for self-identity.
B.F.A. University of WI Madison
M.A., M.F.A. University of WI Madison
Keven Brunett is from Wisconsin and attended U.W. Madison for both his BFA and MFA in sculpture. Brunett has taught sculpture and foundation classes for over 15 years at multiple programs in Wisconsin, including U.W. Stevens Point, U.W. Madison, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, U.W. Oshkosh, U.W. Marathon County and Fox Valley.
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The Waupaca Community Theatre has been presenting outstanding productions for nearly 40 years! Talented casts, full pit orchestras, a beautiful hall ... learn about our current season, past shows, and how you can play a part.
The Waupaca Community Children's Theatre is an opportunity for young actors and actresses to be "onstage" for such musical shows as Shrek, Mulan, Seussical, and Alice in Wonderland.
The Waupaca Community Choir is a non-auditioned choir which welcomes singers of all ages and abilities. The choir has a 56-year tradition of presenting master choral works with orchestra to the greater Waupaca Community. The typical season begins rehearsals in January with a culminating performance in late March to early April.
The 2022 Waupaca Art Show will be held in April and will be the 56th annual event. It will feature art and artists from across the region and will be at a beautiful new location, the Danes Hall.