Photo gallery Drawing UW’s future
Responding to the creative prompt “Imagine UW–Madison in the Year 2198,” students and others in the campus community crafted their ideas into four-inch-square, mini-canvas artwork during a Wheelhouse Studios-hosted event at Union South on April 3, and again at Memorial Union on April 4. The mini canvases will be incorporated into a larger campus community mural to be displayed during investiture, a series of special campus events April 10-15. Investiture events will celebrate the university and formally welcome Jennifer L. Mnookin as chancellor and the 30th leader of UW–Madison.
Sharron Tang, a graduate student in molecular biology shows the canvas she made in response to the creative prompt “Imagine UW–Madison in the Year 2198.”
The community mural project conjured up many visions of the future from students and others.
At left, undergraduate Maxwell Reed decorates a four-inch-square, mini-canvas.
Pens and markers in a rainbow of colors await the creative hands of artists.
The mural drawing was part of Investiture events that will celebrate the university and formally welcome Jennifer L. Mnookin as chancellor and the 30th leader of UW–Madison.
The designs captured the wide range of creativity and ideas in the campus community.
Sharon Tang's creation.