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The 2nd Summer Session begins May 30 – Including Online Courses!

The 2nd Summer Session begins May 30 – Including Online Courses!

Art 100-002: Intro to Art
May 30 – June 18, 9:15-2:15 M/T/W/Th

Three credits, Open to Certificate in Art students and non-art majors. Not open to Art or Art Ed majors.

Art 107: Intro to Digital Forms
May 30 – June 25, 9:00-2:00 M/T/W/Th

Three Credits, No prereqs, required for art majors and important for graphic design and multi-media certificate students.

Art 176: Digital Photography for Non-Majors
May 30 – June 25, 9:00-2:00 M/T/W/Th

Four Credits, Open to Certificate in Art students and non-art majors. Not open to Art or Art Ed majors. Important for photography certificate focus.

Art 448-002: Digital Storytelling
May 30 – July 23, ONLINE

Three-Four Credits, Use digital tools to bring your stories to life. This course will create audio, visual or interactive media projects to tell stories about the people, places and issues you care about.  Also explore the practices of contemporary digital artists.

Art 448-008: Women, Art & the Body
May 30 – July 23, ONLINE

Three-Four Credits, Investigate and artistically respond to the ways Western women have constructed the female, gendered body through art making in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries–materially, visually, and performatively.

Enroll by June 1 or 2

Events

A/P 17 Artist Proof Print Show

May 10 - 13 Opening Reception: Thursday, May 11, 6-9p Featuring DJ Huizit Location: Art Lofts Gallery, 111 N Frances St, Madison, WI 53706

Faculty Spotlight

Associate 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. View Spotlight

Arts at UW

Did you know?

 

The UW-Madison Art Department is nationally ranked:

#1 Printmaking

#15 Overall Fine Arts Program

Source: U.S. News & World Report


The University of Wisconsin-Madison ART DEPARTMENT 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.