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    December 8 2015 Click here to watch the video footage from the live stream The Wisconsin Film Festival is now accepting submissions for the 2016 Wisconsin s Own Student categories Arts on Campus your source for UW Madison Arts events news academics and tickets Visit arts wisc edu today The Arts Institute is pleased to present our 2014 2015 academic year in review video Click the image above to watch Meet our fall 2015 Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence Cuban musician Juan de Marcos González The Arts Institute presents the Madison Early Music Festival celebrating Medieval Renaissance and Baroque music Shakespeare 400 An Elizabethan Celebration is next year s theme The Wisconsin Film Festival brings 150 films over 8 days to Madison every April Each spring the Arts Institute recognizes achievements and professional service of students faculty and staff along with supporting future creative endeavors and research at the annual Awards in the Creative Arts Previous Play Pause Next RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS FACULTY STAFF COMMUNITY ARTS HUB SERVICES The Arts Institute offers Arts Hub Services to help strategize plan execute and market your campus arts event program or series Project request form LATEST NEWS December 8 2015 Final event and celebration of UW Madison Arts Institute s Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence Juan de Marcos University of Wisconsin Madison has an arts connection to the Macy s Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 26 2015 Multimedia Public Artist Amy Franceschini visits Madison October 26 28 2015 in Preparation for Spring 2016 UW Madison Arts Institute s Interdisciplinary Arts Residency More carousel item data cycle swipe true data cycle swipe fx scrollHorz data cycle allow wrap false data cycle log false data cycle paused true data cycle fx none Watch our students response to Fauhaus 2013 Previous Play Pause Next There is always something

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  • The Institute | Arts Institute
    programs or our partners events Early in 2014 the Institute was constituted as an independent division which allows the Institute to establish its own curriculum By working with numerous faculty and staff in a wide range of departments and arts related fields the Arts Institute is in the position to create generate conditions for bold thinking and creative problem solving Together with our partners we can further develop and support a vibrant arts community Mission The UW Madison Arts Institute s mission is to educate advocate and inspire through all forms of creative expression Please click here to read the official Arts Institute Strategic Framework History Chancellor Edwin Young established the Arts Consortium in 1975 In 1997 the Consortium proposed the creation of an Arts Institute governed by the leaders of arts programs and departments and led by a 50 time director Chancellor David Ward approved the Arts Institute structure and in 1998 it replaced the Consortium With the new direction the Arts Institute made significant advances in activities and scope over the Arts Consortium These include Arts Awards to faculty and graduate students from UW Foundation arts related bequests The Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program which receives substantial funding from the Cluster Hire Initiative Administrative partnership and support for the Creative Arts and Design Learning Community known as the The Studio in Sellery Hall Development of cross listed courses to enable artists in residence to teach classes Establishment of the Wisconsin Film Festival Creation of the Campus Arts Card In 2009 the Arts Institute researched the impact of the arts on the UW Madison campus and from their studies and recommendations they designated the following academic year as Illuminate Year of the Arts 2010 2011 which spotlighted the breadth depth power and purpose of artistic exploration and expression at UW

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  • People | Arts Institute
    Printmaking Art Department 6441A Humanities 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 mconnors education wisc edu Areas of Interest Explore ways in which new technologies can be integrated with traditional printmaking techniques founded the Digital Printmaking Center as part of the Madison Printmaking Program in 1998 Website http michaelconnorsartist wordpress com Dr Kelley Conway Professor of Film Department of Communication Arts 6154 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 kelleyconway wisc edu Areas of Interest French film of all eras women s history and gender studies and the intersections between film and other forms of popular culture Dr Susan Cook Professor of Musicology School of Music School of Music Director 5539 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 director music wisc edu Areas of Interest Contemporary and American musics of all kinds feminist methodologies and cultural criticism history of music on campus Wisconsin musical practices and traditions American music and dance gender and music Women and the arts Kate Corby Associate Professor of Dance Dance Department 135 Lathrop Hall 1050 University Ave Madison WI 53706 kcorby wisc edu Areas of Interest Innovative dance theater works grounded in emotion physicality and social inquiry Website http katecorby com Return to top D Dr Thomas Dale Professor of Art History Department of Art History 222 Elvehjem Building 800 University Ave Madison WI 53706 tedale wisc edu Areas of Interest Early Christian Medieval and Byzantine art Romanesque art religious experience and the senses San Marco in Venice the cult of the saints cultural appropriation and hybridity Guillermina De Ferrari Professor Department of Spanish Portuguese 1132 Van Hise Hall 1220 Linden Dr Madison WI 53706 gdeferrari wisc edu Areas of Interest Caribbean literature and art Cuban literature and visual culture the Caribbean novel postcolonial theory cultural studies world literature Dr Teryl Dobbs Associate Professor of Music Education School of Music Music Education Chair 5549 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 tdobbs wisc edu Areas of Interest Active wind band clinician and guest conductor particularly with middle school ensembles musical representations of trauma and pedagogies related to the Shoah undertakes archival study of child survivor testimonies regarding music learning activities in Theresienstadt interrogates theories of disability and nondisability within music education and explores preservice music educators constructions of teaching identity and praxis Wei Dong Professor of Design Studies Design Studies Department 3134 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 weidong wisc edu Areas of Interest Feng shui and historically significant but disappearing courtyard and cave homes in China Dr Henry Drewal Professor of Art History Department of Art History 229 Elvehjem Building 800 University Ave Madison WI 53706 hjdrewal wisc edu Areas of Interest African and African Diaspora art history Website http www henrydrewal com Return to top E Jim Escalante Professor of Book Arts Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 jaescala education wisc edu Areas of Interest Artists Books photography and graphic design Websites http jimescalante photoshelter com http jimescalante net teach Return to top F Marianne Fairbanks Assistant Professor School of Human Ecology 2287 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Dr Madison WI 53706 mfairbanks wisc edu Areas of Interest Textile technology pre and post industrial Jacquard weaving alternative energy geometry and woven structures sustainability entrepreneurship natural and synthetic dyes Shuxing Fan Assistant Professor of Scene Design Department of Theatre Drama 6012 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 sfan22 wisc edu Areas of Interest Theatrical performance scenic design Television set design with 3D technology scenic design conceptual graphic technique scenic painting technique theatrical design and fine art design art and art management Website http www shuxingfan com Sarah FitzSimons Professor of Photography Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 sfitzsimons wisc edu Areas of Interest Combines sculpture photography and video to create pieces that range from temporary interventions to permanently placed work projects often involve oceans deserts rivers or mountain ranges and explore collisions of the physical and metaphoric Website http sarahfitzsimons net David Furumoto Associate Professor Department of Theatre Drama 6162 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 furumoto wisc edu Areas of Interest Traditional Japanese theater forms such as Kabuki Kyogen Noh Bunraku as well as classical Japanese dance other Asian theater such as Chinese opera Kathakali professional Scottish bagpipe player Return to top G Aris Georgiades Professor of Sculpture Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 georgiades education wisc edu Areas of Interest Issues of male identity public art works labor economics and more recently the changing American landscape in a post industrial economy works in wood metal and recycled architectural materials Website http www arisgeorgiades com Beverly Gordon Professor Emeritus Design Studies Department bgordon wisc edu Areas of Interest Environmental textiles gender women s studies intersection of the material and spiritual environment textile and fashion history and appreciation and world dress material culture global perspectives on design and culture design thinking and problem solving Website http www beverlygordon info Daniel Grabois Assistant Professor of Horn School of Music Brass Area Chair 4423 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 dgrabois wisc edu Areas of Interest Founder and curator of the series SoundWaves which combines science and music through innovative thematic lectures and performances Website http www danielgrabois com Lisa Gralnick Professor of Art Metal Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 lgralnick education wisc edu Areas of Interest Metalsmithing jewelry music Website http www lisagralnick com Return to top H Dr Erica Halverson Associate Professor Department of Curriculum Instruction 144D Teacher Education 225 N Mills St Madison WI 53706 erhalverson education wisc edu Areas of Interest Expert on identity development and literacy learning through the study of youth produced autobiographical art including films plays and digital stories Storytelling and performance Identity development New media literacy Arts and learning 21st century skills Mary Hark Associate Professor of Design Studies Design Studies Department 3208 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Drive Madison WI 54706 hark wisc edu Areas of Interest Fiber and Material Studies facilitating conversations between public school teachers and professional artists designing meaningful arts integration practices across the curriculum hand papermaking and indigo dye techniques research on Ghanian textiles and the first handmade paper mill producing high quality handmade papers using only local botanicals Website http www maryhark com Dr Andrea Harris Assistant Professor of Dance Dance Department 125 Lathrop Hall 1050 University Ave Madison WI 53706 aeharris wisc edu Areas of Interest Dance historian and Certified Movement Analyst Dr Donald Hausch Dickson Bascom Professor of Business Faculty Director of Bolz Center for Arts Administration Professor of Operations Information Management Associate Dean for Evening and Executive MBA Programs 5249 Grainger Hall 975 University Ave Madison WI 53706 dhausch bus wisc edu Areas of Interest Game theoretic analysis of auctions and competitive bidding with a special focus on information acquired prior to and discerned through the auction process itself researched bankruptcy reorganization and financial restructuring through negotiations and security design the design of contracts and their ability to achieve efficient trade outcomes and an empirical investigation of market inefficiency Paola Hernandez Associate Professor Department of Spanish Portuguese 1034 Van Hise Hall 1220 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 pshernandez wisc edu Areas of Interest Contemporary Latin American theatre and performance the role of the real in theatre and visual arts with an emphasis on contemporary documentary theatre and urban ethnography in Argentina Colombia and Peru Mark Hetzler Associate Professor of Trombone School of Music 5442 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53703 hetzler wisc edu Areas of Interest Active in the creation of new music created a series of multi media programs which involve the live performance of diverse musical styles in coordination with original video and photography creating visual material as an extension of his musical interpretation his concerts involve projected images as well as the use of sophisticated music technology and a multitude of instrumental combinations member of Wisconsin Brass Quintet Website http www markhetzler com Stephen Hilyard Professor of Digital Arts Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 hilyard wisc edu Areas of Interest 3D digital modeling and animation wide range of media both digital and traditional work relates in some way to a quality of experience that has been described as The Sublime often described as an ecstatic experience that places the viewer within some kind of larger context whether it may be the wilderness the cosmos or the sacred Website http stephenhilyard com home htm John Hitchcock Professor of Printmaking Relief and Serigraphy Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 jhitchcock education wisc edu Areas of Interest Politically motivated printmaking the consumptive nature of the United States and the impact of its domestic and foreign policies on humans broader questions about the proliferation of images in popular culture and mass electronic media that inundates our lives daily re contextualizing images from American culture electronic media and food to question social and political systems Website http hybridpress blogspot com Return to top I Return to top J Dr Lea Jacobs Professor of Film Department of Communication Arts Director of Cinematheque Associate Vice Chancellor for Arts and Humanities College of Letters and Science 6150 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 jacobs wisc edu Areas of Interest History of the American studio system performance silent cinema and film stylistics studio system methods of analysis and animation the transition to sound in Hollywood Dr Janet Jensen Professor of String Pedagogy School of Music School of Music Associate Director 5545 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 jljense2 wisc edu Areas of Interest Federal and state arts education policy string pedagogy text and curriculum development the iconographic study of the history of bowed string instruments and the Swedish folk instrument nyckelharpa Amaud Johnson Professor of English Director of Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing 6195C Helen C White Hall 600 N Park St Madison WI 53706 amaudjohnson wisc edu Areas of Interest Creative writing African American Literature poetry Dr Jessica Johnson Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy School of Music 5418 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 jgjohnson wisc edu Areas of Interest Standard keyboard repertoire commissions and programs contemporary solo and chamber works Stephanie Jutt Professor of Flute School of Music Woodwinds Area Chair 3561 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 sjutt wisc edu Areas of Interest Member of Wingra Woodwind Quintet founder of Bach Dynamite Dancing Society developed Arts Enterprise as an initiative at UW Madison to help artists create and execute viable lifelong career strategies Music Arts entrepreneurship Flute playing pedagogy literature Return to top K Carolyn Kallenborn Associate Professor of Design Studies Design Studies Department 3206 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 cmkallen wisc edu Areas of Interest Multiple design and teaching collaborations with textile artists from Oaxaca Mexico and the Museo Textil de Oaxaca the exchange of ideas and culture with the artisans in Oaxaca Website http www carolynkallenborn com Dr Vance Kepley Professor of Film Department of Communication Arts 6038 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 vikepley wisc edu Areas of Interest History of cinema the relationship between film and social history considering how major films have addressed their socio historical contexts social dimension of cinema Russian Soviet cinema Dr Joseph Koykkar Professor of Music Dance Department 125 Lathrop Hall 1050 University Ave Madison WI 53706 koykkar education wisc edu Areas of Interest Expert in music composition music technology and music for dance film and media Contemporary classical music Music for dance and film video Computer music and electronic music Website http josephkoykkar com Return to top L Helen Lee Professor of Glassworking Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 hylee4 wisc edu Areas of Interest Design education glassblowing typography Website http pink noise org Li Chiao Ping Professor of Dance Dance Department 133 Lathrop Hall 1050 University Ave Madison WI 53706 chiao ping education wisc edu Areas of Interest Multimedia and intergenerational productions emotionally charged and athletic works with striking visual design and the music of contemporary composers Website http lcpdance org Dr Yuhang Li Professor of Art History Department of Art History 218 Elvehjem Building 800 University Ave Madison WI 53706 yuhang wisc edu Areas of Interest Lay Buddhist women the cult of Guanyin and image making women artists History of Chinese textile and costume opera Chinese visual culture Qing court art Dan Lisowski Associate Professor of Tech Design Department of Theatre Drama 2186 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 dtlisows wisc edu Areas of Interest International entertainment automation controls projects expert on entertainment automation technology theatrical construction and structural design for the stage Tom Loeser Professor of Woodworking Art Department Chair 6321 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 tloeser education wisc edu Areas of Interest Designer and builder of one of a kind functional and dysfunctional objects that are often carved and painted and always based on the history of design and object making as a starting point for developing new form and meaning Website http www tomloeser com Return to top M Dr Jon McKenzie Professor of English Director of DesignLab 6143 Helen C White Hall 600 N Park St Madison WI 53706 jvmckenzie wisc edu Areas of Interest Performance new media critical theory experimental pedagogy Website www labster8 net Judith Mitchell Professor of English Creative Writing Program 6195f Helen C White Hall 600 N Park St Madison WI 53706 jmitchell wisc edu Areas of Interes t Teaching and writing fiction contemporary writers contemporary literature and creative writing programs in Wisconsin and United States Website http judithclairemitchell com Meghan Mitchell Assistant Professor Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 mmmitchell2 wisc edu Areas of Interest Theater and dance photography and sculpture creates work in diverse media from video to performance digital media and interactive installations uses humor to subvert formalist interpretations of her work and to play with the boundaries between the conceptual and the physical spaces the work occupies borrows from a diverse range of sources such as Greek drama contemporary advertising camp cinema art history and media representations of technological progress Website http www megmitchell com Nancy Mladenoff Professor of Painting and Drawing Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 namladen wisc edu Areas of Interest Painting photography and installation issues of nature Website http www nancymladenoff com JJ Murphy Professor of Film Department of Communication Arts 6035 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 jjmurphy wisc edu Areas of Interest Screenwriting American independent cinema avant garde cinema and the films of Andy Warhol all aspects of contemporary art including film and video shown in museum and gallery contexts Website http www jjmurphyfilm com Return to top N Mark Nelson Professor of Design Studies Design Studies Department Director Center for Integrative Design 3146 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 mnelson2 wisc edu Areas of Interest Interior design architecture and architectural illustration digital visualization interior design and custom fabrication design that functions as art coupled with theories about critical design 3 D environments modeling and visualization multimedia installation bridging between art and design Return to top O Return to top P David Perry Professor of Violin School of Music 5422 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 dperry1 wisc edu Areas of Interest Member of Pro Arte Quartet Dr Michael Peterson Associate Professor Department of Theatre Drama 6162 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 mpeters1 wisc edu Areas of Interest Politics of performance particularly in the interplay between experimental theatre performance art and popular performance Q Gene Phillips Professor Department Chair Department of Art History 204 Elvehjem Building 800 University Ave Madison WI 53706 qephilli wisc edu Areas of Interest Japanese art Kevin Ponto Assistant Professor of Design Studies Design Studies Department 1347 Computer Sciences 1210 W Dayton St Madison WI 53706 kbponto wisc edu Areas of Interest Develop techniques to better the experience of virtual reality through new devices interfaces and techniques projects aimed at presenting summarizing and replaying virtual experiences and developed new methods for interfacing with virtual environments facilitate natural methods for the public to explore cultural heritage artifact Website https blogs discovery wisc edu kponto Return to top Q Return to top R Roberto Rengel Professor of Design Studies Design Studies Department Chair 3140 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Drive Madison WI 53706 rjrengel wisc edu Areas of Interest Professional practice office design and intentions in design Douglas Rosenberg Professor of Video Performance Installation Art Department 6311 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 rosend education wisc edu Areas of Interest Video dance collaborations with contemporary choreographers create works bridging numerous disciplines including dance performance and the visual and media arts Website http www dvpg net about html Return to top S Norma Saldivar Professor of Directing Department of Theatre Drama Executive Director UW Madison Arts Institute 6190 Vilas Hall 821 University Ave Madison WI 53706 nsaldivar facstaff wisc edu Areas of Interest Directing inter and trans disciplinary arts Dr John Schaffer Professor of Music Theory School of Music 3561 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 jwschaff wisc edu Areas of Interest Exploring advanced uses of technology for music theory research and pedagogy and non formal approaches to the study and cognition of atonal music Elaine Scheer Professor of Ceramics and Mixed Media Art Department 6241 Humanities Building 455 N Park St Madison WI 53706 emscheer wisc edu Areas of Interest drawing ceramics and installation the social and cultural history of tea drinking and teaware Bret Shaw Associate Professor Life Sciences Communication 316 Hiram Smith Hall 1545 Observatory Dr Madison WI 53706 brshaw wisc edu Areas of Interest Environmental communications natural resource management issues social marketing health communication Diane Sheehan Professor Emeritus Design Studies Department dsheehan

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  • Programs | Arts Institute
    top Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program The Arts Institute s Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program IARP brings innovative world class artists to campus for a semester long residency which is sponsored by at least two departments While in residence artists teach a three credit interdisciplinary course present public events and participate in community outreach The program gives students exposure to working artists provides course credit and strengthens programmatic ties among individual departments programs and other campus and community arts entities Since the fall of 1999 the program has offered 30 semester length residencies each comprised of courses and public events Back to top Creative Arts and Design Learning Community In the fall of 2012 the Arts Institute partnered with UW Madison s Division of University Housing to introduce a new residential learning community for students interested in the arts The Creative Arts Design Learning Community The Studio is located in Sellery Hall Each year over 60 freshmen are welcomed to the residence including first year First Wave students Residents have access to newly renovated art and performance spaces along with a variety of arts related programming taking part in a wide array of cultural enrichment and creative arts projects Favorite events and projects include Project Thrift an up cycled fashion show The Studio Showcases and The Hive a mural project A majority of the residents also participate in a one credit survey course Back to top Awards in the Creative Arts The Arts Institute provides research support to faculty staff and students in the arts Each spring the Arts Institute recognizes achievements and professional service along with supporting future creative endeavors and research Back to top Wisconsin Film Festival Established in 1999 the Wisconsin Film Festival WFF is the largest university produced film festival in the United States with an average of 150 film screenings and up to 30 000 attendees One of the region s iconic events of the year the Wisconsin Film Festival brings more than the cool factor to Madison The 2013 report from the Greater Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau determined the economic impact 1 17 million The Arts Institute in partnership with the Department of Communication Arts presents the WFF every spring The Festival is known for its diverse film offerings American independent international cinema documentaries experimental and avant garde resorted classics the Wisconsin s Own Competition selections featuring Wisconsin filmmakers themes or settings and new this year Children s Cinema Big Screens Little Folks The Film Festival strives to make films screened during the Festival accessible for all audiences The venues for the 2015 Festival include 4070 Vilas Hall Overture Center s Capitol Theater Chazen Museum of Art Auditorium Madison Museum of Contemporary Art Union South Marquee Theater and Sundance Cinemas Post film lectures Q A s with renowned filmmakers producers actors historians artists and writers along with a fixed student ticket price 5 help to make this an event on everyone s Bucky List Back to top Madison Early Music Festival New to the Arts

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  • Initiatives | Arts Institute
    Institute partner to provide business skills to budding artists and creative professionals Arts Enterprise the New Arts Venture Challenge and the cross listed course Arts Enterprise Art as Business as Art are part of the Arts Business Initiative For questions about Arts Business Initiative please contact Stephanie Jutt at 608 263 0134 or sjutt wisc edu Image Lab the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery The Image Lab hosts drawing and writing projects to encourage insight and discovery and is led by Lynda Barry cartoonist and assistant professor of interdisciplinary creativity Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives The Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives OMAI is responsible for programs such as Hip Hop in the Heartland summer training for K 12 educators Just Bust open mic nights throughout the academic year and Line Breaks the largest hip hop centered performance festival in the Midwest held each spring OMAI also manages the First Wave Program where a small group of students receive a competitive four year scholarship to UW Madison and they learn how to incorporate creativity and activism into their studies and performances Public Art at UW This website highlights a small selection of some of the more prominent sculptures murals monuments and mixed

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  • Arts Awards | Arts Institute
    the arts Each spring the Arts Institute recognizes achievements and professional service along with supporting future creative endeavors and research The call for applications and nominations is released early each fall semester with a deadline in November The Institute offers six awards annually and one award bi annually amounting to approximately 86 000 The grants are divided into three categories Arts Faculty Research Arts Faculty and Staff Outreach and Undergraduate and Graduate Student Achievement in the Arts The recipients of the 2016 Awards in the Creative Arts have been selected These individuals will be honored on May 10 2016 at the annual awards ceremony Congratulations to the following winners Arts Institute Creative Arts Award Nancy Mladenoff Art Emily Mead Baldwin Award in the Creative Arts Ann Archbold Theatre and Drama John Hitchcock Art Joyce J and Gerald A Bartell Award in the Arts Jim Healy UW Cinematheque David and Edith Sinaiko Frank Graduate Fellowship for a Woman in the Arts Koala Yip Art Arts Faculty Research Arts Institute Creative Arts Award Emily Mead Baldwin Award in the Creative Arts Arts Faculty and Staff Outreach Joyce J and Gerald A Bartell Award in the Arts Edna Wiechers Arts in Wisconsin Award

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  • A2RU | Arts Institute
    Support Research a2ru The Arts Institute is a proud member of the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities a2ru a2ru partners with over thirty institutions committed to transforming research universities in order to ensure the greatest possible institutional support for interdisciplinary research curricula programs and creative practice between the arts sciences and other disciplines As a partner organization we have committed time energy and funds to the development of

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  • Curriculum Development | Arts Institute
    Home Work Samples Facts Figures AI Logos Annual Report Agenda Minutes Press Kits Non AI Grants Call for Proposals Campus Arts Ticketing Additional Information News AI News Partner News Press Releases e News Archive AI Events Support Research Curriculum Development The Arts Institute is working to develop new interdisciplinary arts curriculum Our goals are to incorporate the following experiential learning through service learning internships and courses focused on performance or public presentation training in teaching and learning pedagogy professional preparation and entrepreneurship training combining multiple disciplines especially art with non art areas and training in any skill that could be applied in a non art field Our recent Communicating Science efforts based on the model created by the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University have been successful precursors to the Arts Institute curriculum see below Some of our existing efforts include Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program IARP courses Arts Enterprise course The Creative Arts and Design Learning Community s The Studio seminar Curatorial Studies certificate Art History Fashion Show course Design Studies Service Learning course Art and Board Leadership course Business The Source for UW Madison Arts Events News Highlights Conversation The Arts At Wisconsin Arthur Hove

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