The final event of Stuart Flack’s residency is a series of short bits presented vaudeville-style by students in his “Performing Information: Exploring Data through Live Performance” course.
Stuart Flack, the fall 2018 University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts‘ Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence, and students will present “Data Vaudevilles: Bits & Bytes” in the H.F. DeLuca Forum at the Discovery Building (330 N. …
Budding playwrights will get a chance to work with professional playwright Stuart Flack on creating a 10-Minute Play, geared for the two upcoming UW short play festivals.
Whether scripted or devised from scratch through improvisation, explore the many possibilities of creating anew piece of theater in this free workshop.
Presentation about the “What Color is ______?” by Stuart Flack and Associate Professor Kevin Ponto, School of Human Ecology, Design Studies and faculty in the Virtual Environments Group at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.
Children, teens, and adults from across the state, as well as visitors to the Town Center at The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, “answer” a 25-question survey using 2×4 Lego blocks of various colors from a standard Lego set.
Guest Artists Marcia Miquelon and Jacob Mills speak about their lives as performers, educators, and founders of the Wild Rumpus Circus.
The Seldoms are a Chicago-based dance company committed to igniting thought and understanding of real-world issues to their audiences.
The Bolz Center for Arts Administration welcomes Stuart Flack in conversation with Adrian Danzig for “The Serious Business of Clowning Around: Work and the Creative Process.”
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts (presenter – and formerly the Arts Institute) and the Wisconsin School of Business Bolz Center for Arts Administration welcome playwright, producer and social entrepreneur Stuart Flack as …