UW-S to host public TV creativity recording

The University of Wisconsin- Sheboygan is making plans to host Milwaukee Public Television (MPTV) Next Avenue Community Conversations on Monday, October 10.

The program titled, “Creative Arts and the Brain” is open to anyone interested in learning how engaging in the creative arts is good for your mind, body and spirit.

The program will take place in the Fine Arts building on campus, located at One University Drive in Sheboygan. Regional Executive Officer, Dr. Jackie Joseph Silverstein, will welcome guests, beginning at 5 p.m. with the half-hour taping beginning at 6 p.m. in the theatre. A small reception will follow the taping, and will feature displays of local artists.

“Creative Arts and the Brain” will feature three UW-Sheboygan Fine Arts faculty, including Dr. Thomas Campbell (Theatre Arts & Communication), Dr. Christy Talbott (Music) and Thomas Uebelherr (Art). Mark Siegrist will host the half-hour program which will air on MPTV (WMVS/WMVT).

Admission is free but reservations are requested and can be made by emailing, mptvrsvp@matc.edu or phoning Debra at 414- 297-7514.

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