Participate in a glass blowing demonstration with the Mad Gaffers, a group of students, faculty, and community members whose goal is to expand the knowledge of glass working.
Free Art Friday: Painted Terracotta Pots
Celebrate Earth Day this April by painting a mini terracotta pot and planting seeds to grow your own flowers. We’ll provide all the supplies you need!
Art Department Tour
Take a guided tour of the Art Department at UW–Madison! You’ll visit both the Humanities Building and the Art Lofts. Meet on the 6th floor of the Humanities building.
Graphic Design Demo with Yeohyun Ahn
Participate in “Computational Graphic Design: Beautiful Bézier,” a graphic design demonstration with Yeohyun Ahn, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design.
Student Art Show
Mark your calendars for the 94th Annual Student Art Show opening on April 1 at 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. This year’s annual Student Art Show is composed of student artwork that has been selected by juror Faisal Abdu’Allah. Check out the Union’s gallery spaces this April for a closer look at UW–Madison student artwork!
Art Department Tour
Take a guided tour of the Art Department at UW–Madison! You’ll visit both the Humanities Building and the Art Lofts.
Glass Blowing Demo with Ian Schmidt
Participate in a glass blowing demonstration with Ian Schmidt, 3D Technician in Glass, Printmaking, Paper, and Book Art and Digital Fabrication.
Step into the Artist’s Studio
Each fall, over 50 students in the MFA (Master of Fine Arts) program in Studio Art at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Art Department open their studio doors to the public. Their spaces, usually quiet and …
The Lasting Impact of Helen Louise Allen
The 50th anniversary celebration of the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection (HLATC) is drawing to a close. Over the past year, we’ve seen events, exhibitions, and receptions dedicated to appreciating and reflecting on the impact that …
Passing the Torch
The UW–Madison means something different to every graduate who walks off its campus. For some, it may simply mean you’ve received an education. For others, your most valuable takeaway may be the friends you’ve made …