Each spring, the division recognizes achievements and professional service along with supporting future creative endeavors and research.
Three finalist groups will present their proposals to a virtual 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. Tune in to cast your vote for the $500 Audience Choice Award!
Join us for a Virtual Meet & Greet with fall 2021 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Arun Luthra.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Arts Business Competition was created in 2009 to encourage UW–Madison students to develop and present a thorough proposal for an arts event, exhibition, series, commercial venture or other artistic project. Students submit …
Noname to discuss artistic expression in music and poetry, BIPOC and female empowerment during free event open to University of Wisconsin–Madison students, staff, and faculty
Lady C will lead a free hour-long Popping masterclass, followed by a 30-minute Q&A with Michele Byrd-McPhee (Fall 2020 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence), and dance professor Duane Lee Holland, Jr.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Lady C will join Fall 2020 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Michele Byrd-McPhee to continue Michele’s Madison Mondays series.
In “Advancing Hip Hop as a Path Toward Equity,” hip hop artists, scholars, and educators will share artistic representations, discuss connections between hip hop and youth-led movements for Black lives, and share proven practices in hip hop education as paths toward youth empowerment and equity.
In the wake of the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by police, artists and activists took to the streets to protest for racial justice. This event brings together in conversation two of these artists with UW-Madison faculty from the Art Department and the Chazen Museum.
THE HARVEST is an an evening of Hip-Hop theater and concert dance through the fundamentals and lens of Hip-Hop culture.