Following Moonshine – A Black History Month tradition, join the Division of the Arts for Arts Together, a reception and panel discussion with Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence Porsha Olayiwola and others. Arts Together events bring faculty and staff together to meet each other, share in collaborative ideas, and explore opportunities for funding creative research as we celebrate the arts on campus.
Jay Adana and Zeniba Now invite you to join in celebrating their residency at UW–Madison with Rob Franklin, also known as Rob Dz, as he hosts a Spoken Word Night at Café CODA. As part of celebrating this residency, the presenters are offering a limited number of free tickets to attend. To claim your free ticket (limit 2 per person), email email@example.com.
Co-design teams comprising UW–Madison students enrolled in Judy Frater’s spring 2022 Interdisciplinary Arts Residency course and traditional artisans from Kutch, India have worked together this semester to present the exhibition Coming Together: Culturally Inspired Creation and a public trunk show. The work being sold will consist of limited editions of the co-designed textiles as well as pieces designed and produced by the artisans. During this time, the exhibition will be open and there will be a reception. The trunk show is supported by the Global Artisans Initiative.