An artistic workshop led by Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Porsha Olayiwola.
Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program
Just Bust! Open Mic
Madison’s long-running, all-ages open mic, Just Bust! Open Mic, includes community performances, First Wave and alumni spotlight performance, and a performance by Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Porsha Olayiwola.
Badger Talks LIVE Quick Picks: The Impact of Interdisciplinary Arts
In this talk, learn about the Arts Residency Programs and the impact of interdisciplinary arts at UW–Madison through a conversation with Black, queer performing artist Shasparay Irvin and Black writer, performer, playwright and current Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Porsha Olayiwola.
Coming Together: Culturally Inspired Creation
This exhibition is a collaboration between traditional textile artisan designers in the Kutch district in northwest India and students enrolled in Judy Frater’s Interdisciplinary Arts Residency course at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. These final works, along with their inspiration object from the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection, will be on view in celebration of the language of tradition, collaboration, and hand work in textile design.
Bodies, Borders & Belonging
As part of Litza Bixler’s Interdisciplinary Arts Residency, this collaborative exhibition examines the movement of people across physical and conceptual boundaries.
Cinematheque At Home: The World’s End and Metropolis
Beginning Thursday, March 4 through Sunday, March 7, the UW Cinematheque will present a free view-at-home double feature of Edgar Wright’s The World’s End (2013) and Fritz Lang’s Metropolis (1927). The program was specially curated by current Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Litza Bixler.