MIAD President Jeffrey Morin wants to make Art School more accessible for future generations by Lindsey Anderson
Q&A with MIAD President Jeffrey Morin, who knows firsthand how hard it can be for first-generation college students to succeed. In the three and ...read more →
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Whether presenting a new collection of artwork in his hometown of London, speaking with UW–Madison students or working with court-involved teens in Dane County, ...read more →
One by one, high school students stepped forward to show an audience who they really are. Julien Johnson recited his poem, “Thinking … Not ...read more →
Celebrating female artists working with glass, the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass in Wisconsin has opened a new exhibition, “Sharper Edges: Women Working on the ...read more →
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Nonprofit educational group Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) has appointed Yvonne Montoya (pictured) as its new executive director. She will begin in the role Dec. ...read more →
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December 18 – 21
Artists: Mia Bentel, Sophia Bellora, Mac Bryant, Matthew Bowden, Yuheng Chen, Eliza Clifford, Bethany Dahl, Ivy Fung, Gracie Giese, Kayley Hackett, Tongzhou Han, Autumn Hardesty, Codie Heinemann, Alice Hennessy, Elizabeth Jortberg, Tsewang Khartheng, Hannah Klintworth, Joshua Kuhn, Alex Somin Lee, Emma Leeper, Spencer Linse, Roice Liu, William Maloney, Nate Myklebust, Andrea Oleniczak, Mackenzie Rehm, Sarah Rogers, Xuemeng Yue
Closing Reception: Thursday, December 20, 3p
Location: Gallery 7, Humanities Building 7th Floor, 455 N Park St, Madison, WI
Come see the showcase for the Graphic Design courses, exhibiting diversified visual interpretations. Students explore traditional and non traditional ways of visual communication by using various senses such as vision, sound and touch. They reinterpret graphic design as installation for the exhibition by using digital fabrication.
The exhibition will be a seed of future graphic design researches to collaborate between the Graphic Design program and other disciplines at UW Madison.
December 18 - 21 Artists: Mia Bentel, Sophia Bellora, Mac Bryant, Matthew Bowden, Yuheng Chen, Eliza Clifford, Bethany Dahl, Ivy Fung, Gracie Giese, Kayley Hackett, Tongzhou Han, Autumn Hardesty, Codie Heinemann, Alice Hennessy, Elizabeth Jortberg, Tsewang Khartheng,...
Wednesday, April 24 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Mary Hallam Pearse is a jewelry and metal artist who examines forms, uses, and meanings of the objects in an effort to build bridges between studio craft,...
Wednesday, April 17 @ 5 - 6:15p 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Allan Wexler and Ellen Wexler are a collaborative team involved in projects that are interdisciplinary, including architecture, public and private art...
Arts at UW
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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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