In this workshop, fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Carrie Hanson will share ideas and inspiration for Floe, her forthcoming dance theater piece about climate change that premieres at the Wisconsin Union Theater in January 2020. Registration required.
Join a roaming action-event to create charcoal rubbings of multiple campus sites led by fall 2019 Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Carrie Hanson and artist Faheem Majeed.
Gain a better understanding of yourself as an artist while exploring and deepening your body-mind connection. Delve into the multimodal expressive arts of dance, drawing, writing, and voice as interrelated practices, with live accompaniment by musician Benjamin Francart. By the end of the workshop, each participant will have created a danced self-portrait, supported and witnessed by their peers.
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 …
The 20th annual Madison Early Music Festival Workshop and Concert Series, The Grand Tour: A 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Madison Early Music Festival, presents music from England, France, and Italy.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison Division of the Arts announces the 20th annual Madison Early Music Festival (MEMF) Workshop and Concert Series “The Grand Tour: A 20th Anniversary Celebration” from July 6–13, 2019 on the UW–Madison …
For the fifth year, the Wisconsin Film Festival (April 4-11) is offering children’s cinema programming “Big Screens, Little Folks” from April 5-7 including two films shown on April 5 when public K-12 schools in Madison …
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.
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.