Review: ‘Forward 2018: A Survey of Wisconsin Artists Now’ shows a diverse selection of local art by Catherine Jozwik
Milwaukee’s Charles Allis Art Museum showcases the work of a diverse group of outstanding Wisconsin artists in its seventh biennial juried exhibition, on display ...read more →
Madison Central Library artist-in-residence exploring emotions, trauma through cartoons by Jaymes Langrehr
MADISON, Wis. – The Bubbler at Madison’s Central Library is hosting an artist in residence who is using art to explore our emotions and ...read more →
For Mary Wright , “whimsical” is a thread that runs through her life. This includes her work as a Waunakee teacher, her artwork, ...read more →
Simone Leigh, Juliana Huxtable, and Wu Tsang Are Among the 45 Artists Awarded $50,000 Each From United States Artists by Taylor Dafoe
United States Artists, an arts nonprofit based in Chicago, announced the 2019 winners of its annual fellowship today, which gives unrestricted $50,000 awards to ...read more →
The Chicago-based nonprofit organization United States Artists (USA) has awarded forty-five artists and collectives 2019 fellowships. The recipients—working across ten disciplines, including architecture and design, ...read more →
United States Artists Names 2019 Fellows, Including Firelei Báez, Wu Tsang, and Cecilia Vicuña by Alex Greenberger
The Chicago-based nonprofit United States Artists has revealed its list of 2019 fellows, who will each receive an unrestricted $50,000 cash prize. The 45 ...read more →
UW-Madison’s Douglas Rosenberg, who edited the 2016 publication, “The Oxford Handbook of Screendance Studies,” is receiving the prestigious 2018 Oscar G. Brockett Book Prize ...read more →
Printmaking Resurgence at Peninsula School of Art: New exhibit highlights possibilities of printmaking by Alissa Ehmke
If you’ve paid attention to upcoming events at the Peninsula School of Art (PenArt), you may have noticed a common theme: printmaking. The first ...read more →
It is my intent today to be unashamedly utopian, to address how we look at, how we discuss, how we circulate and inscribe images ...read more →
For the sixth year, Cap Times reporters asked several Madisonians to share their “bright ideas” for the new year. We will publish the 2019 ...read more →
The Chazen Museum of Art seeks 2 excellent museum education interns for 2019-2020 to:
- participate in a museum education bootcamp
- collaborate with museum and art education staff to co-develop workshops related to Chazen exhibitions/collections
- facilitate presentations and teach workshops for various museum populations
Interns are expected to work up to 200 hours over the course of 1 semester, either fall or spring (approximately 10-14 hours per week), and in return gain valuable on-the-job, museum education experience, course credit, a $4000 stipend, and cost of tuition (in-state) for 1 full academic year (maximum of $11,000)!
Students applying for the internship must:
- Be enrolled full time at UW-Madison
- Be a declared undergraduate art major (BS Art, BFA Art, or BS Art Education)
- Complete at least 60 course credits by the start of their internship semester
- Demonstrate outstanding academic and professional leadership qualities
Wisconsin residents, out-of-state, and international art majors are all eligible to apply. Students selected for this award will not be eligible for additional Art Department scholarships.
Application (Deadline March 15, 2019)
To apply for the Chazen internship, go to the Wisconsin Scholarship Hub (WiSH) wisc.academicworks.com and sign in with your NetID to complete the General Application.
February 16-21 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 16, 5-7p Location: Gallery 7, Humanities Building 7th Floor, 455 N Park St, Madison, WI There will be snacks and drinks, tell your friends!
February 16-21 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 16, 5-7p Location: Gallery 7, Humanities Building 7th Floor, 455 N Park St, Madison, WI
February 16-21 Opening Reception: Saturday, February 16, 6-8p Location: Art Lofts Gallery, 111 N Francis St, Madison, WI
Arts at UW
Did you know?
The UW-Madison Art Department is nationally ranked:
#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, B.S. in Art Education, and Certificate in Studio Art.
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