Judy Frater’s interdisciplinary arts residency events and exhibition “Coming Together: Culturally Inspired Creation” (April 20-May 27) at UW–Madison

This spring semester, Judy Frater is the University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts’ interdisciplinary artist-in-residence. Judy Frater is a curator, author and school director who lived in the Kutch region in Northwest India for …

UW–Madison to host Judy Frater as the spring 2022 Division of the Arts’ interdisciplinary artist-in-residence

The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts (presenter) welcomes Judy Frater as the spring 2022 interdisciplinary artist-in-residence. Judy Frater is a curator, author and school director who lived in the Kutch region in Northwest India …

Interdisciplinary arts residency multi-media event on Dec. 7 with Arun Luthra, residency students, UW-Madison Contemporary Jazz Ensemble and Rohan Krishnamurthy

On Tuesday, December 7 starting at 7:30 pm, saxophonist, composer and konnakol artist and UW-Madison Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Arun Luthra, residency students, the UW-Madison Contemporary Jazz Ensemble and special guest percussionist Rohan Krishnamurthy will present “Tala …

Arun Luthra’s Oct.-Dec. Interdisciplinary Arts Residency events at UW–Madison and in the community

Arun Luthra, UW–Madison fall 2021 interdisciplinary artist-in-residence will be participating in many events this fall as part of his residency presented by the Division of the Arts and hosted by the Mead WItter School of …

UW–Madison to host composer, saxophonist and konnakol artist Arun Luthra as the fall 2021 Division of the Arts interdisciplinary artist-in-residence

The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts (presenter) welcomes Arun Luthra as the fall 2021 interdisciplinary artist-in-residence. Saxophonist, composer and konnakol artist Arun Luthra is an American musician of Indian heritage who fuses Black …

Bodies, Borders & Belonging

As part of Litza Bixler’s Interdisciplinary Arts Residency, this collaborative exhibition examines the movement of people across physical and conceptual boundaries.

Bodies, Borders & Belonging

As part of Litza Bixler’s Interdisciplinary Arts Residency, this collaborative exhibition examines the movement of people across physical and conceptual boundaries.

UW–Madison students and Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Litza Bixler present Bodies, Borders & Belonging multimedia exhibition May 8 & 9

Litza Bixler, the spring 2021 University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence and students will present Bodies, Borders & Belonging at the Arts Lofts (111 N. Frances Street) from Saturday – Sunday, May 8 …