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Weekly Newsletter

The online Newsletter is sent out each Monday during the Fall and Spring semesters. Join the mailing list or view the archived issues.

The next Newsletter will be out September 9, 2019, have a great summer!

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Email us at: artfrontdesk@education.wisc.edu

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Student art is featured through the week on our Twitter and Instagram accounts. Share your class project, personal projects, anything you’re working on!

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Student Art Galleries

Are you a current UW/Art student? Submit your work for the Graduate Student Work and Undergraduate Student Work online galleries.

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The Artful Badger

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UW/Art Events

Reflection by Dylan DeWitt

September 2 - October 2 Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 11, 6:30pm Location: Backspace Gallery, Art Lofts, 111 N Frances St, Madison, WI Follow the cat paws to find the gallery. Following the Visiting Artist Colloquium: Dylan DeWitt, investigate the unusual,...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Donna Polseno

Wednesday, November 6 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Donna Polseno is a contemporary American visual artist known for pottery, ceramics, and sculpture. Polseno earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Kansas...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Lynne Allen

Wednesday, October 30 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Artist and printmaker Lynne Allen's work has been exhibited widely both nationally and internationally, and is included in the collections of the Whitney...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Gloriann Langva

Wednesday, October 23 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Gloriann Langva's sculptures narrate the surreal world of myths and dreams as she works to decipher her subconsciousness mind and how it relates to...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Julia Bryan-Wilson

Wednesday, October 16 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC A scholar and critic, Julia Bryan-Wilson is the Doris and Clarence Malo Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the University of California,...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Joey Fauerso

Wednesday, October 9 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Joey Fauerso's work resides at the intersection between painting, drawing, and performance. Over the last ten years she has been working on a series of...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Glenn Adamson

Wednesday, October 2 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Glenn Adamson is a curator and writer who works at the intersection of craft, design history and contemporary art. Currently Senior Scholar at the Yale...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Anthony Lewellen

Wednesday, September 25 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Anthony Lewellen is a Chicago based multidisciplinary art maker. In his formative years he was an innovative figure within Chicago’s graffiti culture...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Taekyeom Lee

Wednesday, September 18 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Taekyeom is an interdisciplinary artist although he prefers to introduce himself as a designer using artist’s material and artistic sensibility. He...

Visiting Artist Colloquium: Dylan DeWitt

Wednesday, September 11 @ 5 - 6:15pm 2650 Humanities Building 2nd Floor, 455 N Park St FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Dylan DeWitt investigates the unusual, the everyday, and the puzzling territories in between. His interdisciplinary works aim to provoke heightened...