Lois Bielefeld
 
Lois Bielefeld is a conceptual photographer and filmmaker who splits her time between fine art and commercial/fashion photography. She was born in and currently resides in Milwaukee, WI with her girlfriend and daughter. Lois has her BFA in photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology and from 2003-2010 she lived and worked in New York City. She is a 2012 recipient of the Nohl Fellowship and has shown at Inova, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, ArtStart, Portrait Society Gallery, and the Museum of Wisconsin Art. Lois is the recipient of the Luxembourg Artist Residence through the Museum of Wisconsin Art, which will begin in February 2015. Bielefeld is represented by Portrait Society Gallery in Milwaukee.
 
2pm: Artist Lecture, Fine Arts Gallery
 
Lois Bielefeld will give a presentation on her professional fashion photography and creative work.
 
3pm: Panel Discussion on Gender, Fine Arts Gallery
Featuring: 
                    Farida Khan, UW-Parkside Professor of Economics
                    Heather Kind-Keppel, UW-Parkside Diversity and Inclusion Manager  
                    Dale Weiss, Milwaukee Public Schools third grade teacher
                    Melissa Joy Bollow Tempel, Editor and Writer for Rethinking Schools
                    Lois Bielefeld, Conceptual Photographer and Filmmaker
                    Tom Parker, Queer Guy Native to Milwaukee
Moderator: 
Linda Crafton, UW-Parkside Co-Director of the Center for Women’s, Gender, &                                                      Sexuality Studies and Professor of Communication​
 
4pm-830pm: Opening Reception, Fine Arts Gallery
​Refreshments provided.


 

 
 
Amy Misurelli Sorensen
Gallery Director and Curator
UW-Parkside Galleries
 
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