1. UW-Parkside offers DIY scene painting kits for final projects

    Photo of paints used for UW-Parkside scene painting class

    UW-Parkside Theatre Arts Associate Professor Jody Sekas has adapted his scene painting class not just by channeling his inner Bob Ross and showing the students the joy of painting through online videos, but also by going above and beyond by sending them what they need to finish the class. Sixteen students are currently enrolled in […]

  2. UW Oshkosh art students, faculty show ability to adapt in unusual spring semester

    Photo of UW Oshkosh art student displaying work

    Leslie Walfish is witnessing it now, how those in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh art department are making the best of the circumstances brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. As director of the Allen Priebe Gallery and an art instructor, her spring semester was upended when classes moved off campus last month. In a way, […]

  3. See the UW-Green Bay Lawton Gallery ‘Knees Deep’ exhibition through photos

    Photo of Knees Deep exhibit at UW-Green Bay

    The Jefreid Lotti exhibit at UW-Green Bay’s Lawton Gallery had to be suspended because of the COVID-19 response. But thanks to Curator Emma Hitzman, the public can still view Lotti’s work. More

  4. On, Wisconsin at home: UW-Madison shares ways to enjoy art and music while social distancing

    Photo of Chazen Museum of Art, UW-Madison

    While we’re all practicing social distancing, online resources from the University of Wisconsin–Madison can make you feel a little closer to campus. Follow #onwisconsinathome on Twitter and Instagram for more ideas about how we can social distance together even when apart. The Chazen Museum of Art The Badger Band marches on — virtually Helen Louise […]

  5. UW-Parkside professor and students help showcase local businesses

    Screenshot of The Root Magazine, created by UW-Parkside Professor Kristen Bartel and her digital photography students in support of local businesses

    UW-Parkside students in Professor Kristen Bartel’s digital photography class recently partnered with downtown Racine businesses to create The Root Magazine. In the new publication, which is named after the city’s historic river, UW-Parkside photography students use their creativity to help showcase the unique aspects of local businesses. The nonprofit initiative Visioning a Greater Racine invested […]

  6. Performing the Wisconsin Idea at UW-Madison’s new Hamel Music Center

    Photo of UW-Madison's new Hamel Music Center

    UW-Madison’s new Hamel Music Center opened in late October with a free concert. Built entirely with private funds, this state-of-the-art music facility will add excitement to Madison’s cultural scene and be a boon for the school’s music students. The center offers a sparkling performance venue for students, faculty, and visiting artists with astounding acoustics – […]

  7. UW-La Crosse alumnus and artist builds community from clay

    UW-La Crosse alumnus, artist builds community from clay

    Clay Stomps started as a way for UW-La Crosse alumnus Joel Pfeiffer to get clay for his art — gathering people to mix powdered clay and water with their feet. More than 100 clay stomps later, this Wisconsin art teacher is building community worldwide. Now that’s some fancy footwork! The influential family tradition continues with […]

  8. UW-Oshkosh students share creative, scientific projects

    Photo from UW-Oshkosh's 26th annual Celebration of Scholarship held April 2019

    Student researchers at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh shared their artistic creations, content analyzes, scientific and social experiments, simulations and syntheses at the 26th-annual Celebration of Scholarship in April. The event, which included oral and poster presentations, art exhibits and performances, was held at Reeve Memorial Union, and was followed by the Provost’s Awards Reception. […]

  9. UW-Whitewater alumna creates HeadStrong Art

    Photo of Anastasia Wilson, UW-Whitewater alumna

    Powered by her own determination, and with the help of caring faculty and staff at UW-Whitewater, Anastasia Wilson — who was born with cerebral palsy and dyslexia — is living her dream and inspiring the next generation. She embodies what it means to be a Warhawk — pursue your passions, overcome obstacles, aspire for excellence. […]

  10. UW-Stout, Mabel Tainter create new Red Cedar Film Festival

    Photo of UW-Stout students in a summer cinema course.

    UW-Stout has collaborated with the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts to create the Red Cedar Film Festival in Menomonie, which will debut in July. The downtown festival venues will include UW-Stout’s historic Harvey Hall Theatre and involve university students majoring in entertainment design and video production. Organizers hope the festival gives an economic boost to the […]