Award-winning playwright Steve Feffer takes a look at consumer culture, memory, and the powerful love that binds families together in his new play for young audiences, "The House I Call Love," opening this March at the University Theatre.
Len Jenkin's existential comedy 'Careless Love' promises to shake up Valentine's Day this year. University Theatre's production of 'Careless Love' runs February 14-16, 21-23 and 28, and March 1-2 and 7-8 in the Hemsley Theatre, Vilas Hall.
JosÅ½ Francisco Barroso, renowned Afro-Cuban dancer, folklorist and teacher will be the Dance Program's guest artist-in-residence in February and return to campus to perform at Mills Hall Friday, March 8.
Three talented student choreographers and scholarship winners kick off the spring dance season at UW–Madison with a concert Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8-9, at 8 p.m., filled with new works ranging from large group pieces to solo, tap, and multimedia works.
Composer Mark Coniglio and choreographer Dawn Stoppiello, recognized innovators in the field of dance and interactive media, will conduct a weeklong workshop for students during a residency at UW–Madison through Feb. 2.
A study of 150 U.S. accredited interior design programs has ranked the UW–Madison program 14th.
Senegalese master musician and Grammy nominee Baaba Maal appears Feb. 9 at Wisconsin Union Theater.
An artists' books collection, one of the largest of its kind in the nation, is now on display in four locations, with accompanying lectures planned.
World-renowned recorder player Michala Petri will partner with Manuel Barrueco, a superb guitarist and elegant musician, at the Wisconsin Union Theater Saturday, Jan. 26.
The Pro Arte String Quartet has released its debut recording, containing two of Antonin Dvorak's string quartets.
The Thai Pavilion at Olbrich Gardens, the Supermax prison, and the Wisconsin fish fry tradition will be among the topics of student documentaries to be screened Dec. 13-14.
From art glass to stained glass, holography to tapestry, installations, murals, paintings and more, Wisconsin's Percent for Art program has played an integral role in building projects on campus.
The Emerson String Quartet will perform at the Wisconsin Union Theater Friday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m.
'Courtship in Indian Miniatures' from the Watson Collection will be on display Nov. 10-Jan. 6 in the Mayer Gallery of the Elvehjem Museum of Art.
What do Bobby McFerrin, Frank Zappa, Momix, NASA, the Moscow Circus and the San Francisco '49ers have in common? They've all had the pleasure of working with multi-talented, dancer/choreographer Tandy Beal, guest artist-in-residence at the UW–Madison Dance Program.
Ancient Greek tragedy blends with the traditional Asian performance styles of kabuki, Noh and Bunraku in the University Theatre's production of Euripides's 'Trojan Women.'
The Wisconsin Film Festival scheduled April 4-7 has received a $10,000 grant from the Academy Foundation of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Current students, active professionals and alumni now have a new online discussion tool in the form of the Bolz Center for Arts Administration IdeaPortal.
Cross-cultural encounters are hallmarks of life in the Caribbean region, home to people whose traditions -- from African to Spanish, French, English and indigenous -- are as diverse as their voices.
Two Chinese scroll portraits are on view through December at the Elvehjem Museum of Art, on temporary loan from the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.