Welcome Eve L. Ewing to Madison in conversation with poet and UW–Madison Assistant Professor of English and Asian American Studies Paul Tran.
Poetry & Cultural Organizing: An Evening with Porsha Olayiwola and Crystal Valentine
Porsha Olayiwola and Crystal Valentine will be joined by Madison’s own Ali Muldrow, who will moderate a conversation and audience Q&A.
Badger Talks LIVE Quick Picks: The Impact of Interdisciplinary Arts
In this talk, learn about the Arts Residency Programs and the impact of interdisciplinary arts at UW–Madison through a conversation with Black, queer performing artist Shasparay Irvin and Black writer, performer, playwright and current Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Porsha Olayiwola.
Badger Talks LIVE Quick Picks: Exploring Wellness and Belonging through the Arts
The discussion on arts & wellness and arts & belonging at UW–Madison continues with Gabrielle Javier-Cerulli, Wheelhouse Studios Program Director, and Division of the Arts Director Chris Walker.
Badger Talks LIVE Quick Picks: The Arts for Everyone, Everywhere
In the first talk in this series, Professor Chris Walker, Division of the Arts Director, will share the Division’s mission, “The Arts for Everyone, Everywhere,” how the Division brings interdisciplinary scholarship to light, and how the arts contribute to wellness and belonging at the UW flagship campus.
Machiko Ito’s ‘conversation with glass’
Visiting Artist Lecture
Join for a free artist talk with Machiko Ito, who will speak about her career and her work, followed by an audience Q&A.
UW–Madison welcomes glass weaver and sculptural artist Machiko Ito as the Fall 2022 International Visiting Artist
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts welcomes Machiko Ito to campus November 29–December 3, 2022 through the International Visiting Artist Program. A collaboration between the Division of the Arts and the International Division, …
Coming Together: Culturally Inspired Creation Talk by Judy Frater
Judy Frater, spring 2022 interdisciplinary artist-in-residence, will talk about the residency and upcoming exhibition Coming Together: Culturally Inspired Creation.
Our Kind of Happy Hour: Judy Frater
Join us for a virtual Our Kind of Happy Hour with Judy Frater as she discusses “Embroidery: A Women’s History of Kutch” on the Chazen Museum of Art’s Facebook Page.