News

UW-Madison to host bioinspired artist - Peter Krsko - as the Spring 2017 Arts Institute's Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence

UW–Madison Arts Institute Announces New Faculty Director for Creative Arts & Design Learning Community

November 30 & December 2 – Events with UW–Madison Arts Institute’s Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence, Meeta Mastani

Wisconsin’s Own film submissions close December 1 for the public and December 30 for students

UW2020 Grant Enables Creation of an Electronic Music Studio

"Rwanda & Juliet" film to screen in three Wisconsin cities October 6-8, Filmmaker Ben Proudfoot scheduled to appear in Appleton and Beaver Dam

UW-Madison to host print/dye artist and community advocate - Meeta Mastani - as the Fall 2016 Arts Institute's Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence

2016 Wisconsin Film Festival’s Economic Impact of $1.6 million

Randall Duk Kim and Anne Occhiogrosso Star in World Premiere of "The Pleasure of His Company: Our 40 Year Love Affair with William Shakespeare" on October 21 at UW-Madison's Wisconsin Union Theater

Madison Early Music Festival Shakespeare 400: An Elizabethan Celebration Concerts and Events - July 9-16, 2016

Baldacchino to lead the Arts Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison starting August 2016

More Than $82 Million Awarded for Arts Projects Nationwide, Includes $18,000 awarded to UW-Madison Arts Institute

"Through the Hollywood Looking Glass: PTSD and Beyond" Films Shown May 22 & 29 and June 5 at UW-Madison

Statement from the Executive Director of the Arts Institute

Amy Franceschini of Futurefarmers, the Spring 2016 Arts Institute Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence, Presents Final Event: Seeds of Time

Big Screens, Little Folks Films for Kids Shown April 15-17 During the Wisconsin Film Festival (April 14-21)

Wisconsin Film Festival Overview - April 14-21, 2016

Announcing the 2016 Recipients of the Awards in the Creative Arts

Campus experts bring art and science together at the Wisconsin Science Festival

Former UW-Madison Arts Institute's Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence, Juan Felipe Herrera, is appointed as the U.S. Library of Congress Poet Laureate