is committed to teaching art in the context of a major research university and a vibrant intellectual community. Offering the following degrees: B.S., B.F.A., M.A., & M.F.A. in Studio Art, and B.S. in Art Education.
A significant portion of the work from the ArtHelix Gallery show is now presented in the UW–Madison’s School of Education Gallery in the School of Education Building (1000 Bascom Mall, Madison). The gallery is open to the public Monday–Friday from 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. and the exhibit will be on view until December 16, 2016.
Assistant Professor Lynda Barry (Interdisciplinary Creativity), is a famous cartoonist who hails from Wisconsin. She shares her passion and enthusiasm for nurturing creativity with the University of Wisconsin and the community.
Above: Boundary Layer by Barry Carlsen
Barry Roal Carlsen received an MFA from the UW in 1983. He worked as a graphic designer for UW for 30 years. Carlsen has also been a visiting lecturer in the UW–Madison Art Department since 1990 and he currently teaches lithography in the department. Carlsen lives in Madison and has regularly shown his art across the country and in Europe since graduation. His work is in the collections of individuals, universities, corporations and museums including the Chazen Art Museum, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Meriter Hospital, Wisconsin Governor’s Mansion, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Rayovac Corporation and The Progressive Corporation.
The BIG TEN(T) exhibit in Madison is made possible by the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association, ArtHelix Gallery and Shim Art Services. Reception courtesy of the UW–Madison Art Department Board of Visitors with support from the UW–Madison Arts Institute and School of Education
Ariadna Rodriquez & Inaki Alvarez
Swoon (Caldonia Dance Curry)
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