Arts Forward Together 2022

Join the Division of the Arts in welcoming arts faculty and staff back to campus at Arts Forward Together on Friday, September 16 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Chazen Museum of Art (750 University Avenue) or online.

Arts Together!

Arts Together! events bring faculty together to meet each other, share in collaborative ideas, and explore opportunities for funding creative research as we celebrate the arts on campus. This month, we are convening around the possibilities of screendance, screen performance, and ideas of the live digital performance.

Meet & Greet with Judy Frater

Please join us for a meet and greet with Judy Frater, spring 2022 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence. Please RSVP by Wednesday, October 13 at noon if you are able to attend or would like to connect with Judy this fall via email or Zoom. The in-person meeting will be limited to 25 attendees.

Arts Forward Together: A Welcome Back Event

Join the Division of The Arts in welcoming arts faculty and staff back to campus at Arts Forward Together. We will hear from Provost John Karl Scholz and Division of The Arts Director Chris Walker, celebrate new arts faculty, and enjoy a musical performance by fall 2021 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Arun Luthra and his quartet.

Arts Together: RSO Monthly Forum

Join us for our very first Arts Together: RSO Monthly Forum! We invite members of UW–Madison registered student organizations (RSOs) to join us in building community with each other. This month, Arts Program Assistant Duncan DiFazio will hold the space to kick back, socialize, and learn more about the Artivism Student Action Fund (ASAP).

Meet & Greet Breakfast

Meet Ben Barson and Gizelxanath Rodriguez, spring 2020 Interdisciplinary Artists in Residence, over coffee and a continental breakfast buffet at the University Club.

First Look at the Fest

Join us for the fifth annual First Look at the Fest! This event is your opportunity to peruse the 2019 Wisconsin Film Festival Film Guide the night before it hits stands in the March 7 issue of Isthmus.