Announcing Finalist Groups for 2022 Arts Business Competition – April 27, 2022

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Arts Business Competition is a campus-wide competition created to support and encourage new thinking and innovative ideas in the form of an art exhibition, event, series, commercial venture or other artistic …

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 …

Applications for UW–Madison’s Arts Business Competition are due March 7

The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Arts Business Competition is currently accepting proposal submissions through Monday, March 7 until 5 p.m. CST. The competition was created in 2009 to encourage UW–Madison students to develop and present a thorough proposal …

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 …

UW–Madison to host choreographer Carrie Hanson as the Fall 2019 Division of the Arts Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence

The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts (presenter) welcomes Carrie Hanson as the Fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence. Carrie Hanson is a choreographer, director, performer and dance educator. She is the artistic director of The …

2019 Arts Business Competition Finals Presentation

Three finalist groups will present their proposals to a live audience in this final round where a judging panel will deliberate and select a winner! The top three proposals receive funding of $2,000, $1,000, and $500 in support of their projects.

Arts Agôn: October 2018 Arts Research Forum

Arts researchers will share their work with each other and with campus colleagues, creating connections and encouraging dialogue. Presenters include 2017 David and Edith Sinaiko Frank Award winner Liz Anna Kozik, who will share her work on the history and practices of prairie restoration expressed through comics.

2018 Arts Business Competition Finals

Three finalist Arts Business Competition groups will present their proposals to a judging panel in this final round. The judges will deliberate and select a winner! The top three proposals receive funding of $2,000, $1,000, and $500 in support of their projects.