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.
South Africa's legendary musical sensation and Grammy Award winner Miriam Makeba will perform at the Wisconsin Union Theater on Saturday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m.
A $4 million gift from a UW–Madison alumnus has established an endowment that will fund 16 School of Music graduate fellowships in the College of Letters and Science.
The Department of Theatre and Drama has made progress in diversifying its faculty and staff.
Painter Elaine Scheer and two UW–Madison graduate students are among the artists whose works are on display through April 8 as part of the first Brittingham Art Invitational.
A circus master, a Klein Technique expert, music by Pink Floyd and works influenced by Chinese culture are among the artistic highlights interwoven throughout the Dance Program's fall season.
One of the most elegant and diverse assemblages of Japanese lacquers outside of Japan will be on display at the Elvehjem Museum of Art Sept. 1-Nov. 11.
Noted documentary filmmaker Tony Buba will be the Arts Institute interdisciplinary artist in residence this fall.
One of the unique perquisites of visiting the UW–Madison campus this summer is a series of free carillon concerts.
American decorative arts have taken up digital residence in the Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture this week as part of a partnership between the UW–Madison Libraries and the Chipstone Foundation in Milwaukee.
University Summer Theatre opens its season in June with "The Boys from Syracuse." "Master Harold ... and the boys" and "Stop Kiss" are also in the lineup.
The proof is in the pottery. Proof, that is, of why a wood-fired kiln is worth all the smoke and ashes and interminable stoking. Student and faculty artists anxiously awaited that verdict last week as they unloaded their work from a new Japanese-style kiln constructed on Picnic Point.