Master percussionist John Santos concludes his UW–Madison residency Saturday, April 27, at 8 p.m. when he performs with the Machete Ensemble and special guest Ko-Thi Dance at the Wisconsin Union Theater.
Bill Ware's Vibes Four, a group of spoken word and jazz performers, is stopping in Madison on Sunday, April 21, 2-3 p.m. during 'Beatfest 2002,' a monthlong national tour from New York to Los Angeles promoting poetry, poetry slams and spoken word performance.
Organized by the Elvehjem Museum of Art, 'Contemporary Studio Case Furniture: The Inside Story' opens Saturday, April 6, with 37 pieces of case furniture by contemporary artists.
Students dancers are rehearsing for a spring concert to be presented April 12-13 at Lathrop Hall.
We would still sit ourselves down in chairs if Tom Loeser weren't designing them. It's just that it wouldn't be nearly as much fun -- or as intellectually provocative.
Poet Allison Funk explores the intricate family relationships of painter Vanessa Bell, sister of writer Virginia Woolf, in the latest chapbook released by Parallel Press.
Portions of the Wisconsin Historical Society's photographic images, which range from mid-19th century daguerreotypes to early 21st century digital files, are now available on the Web.
The School of Music plans a program honoring the distinguished American composer Elliott Carter, who will appear via video link.
The Trio Fontenay will play music of Strauss, Dvorak and Beethoven Friday, April 5, at 8 p.m. at the Wisconsin Union Theater.
The Chipstone Foundation has loaned 17 choice pieces of early American furniture for display on the Elvehjem Museum of Art mezzanine through August.
The 2002 Wisconsin Film Festival April 4-7 offers films from around the world, but homegrown filmmakers also will receive plenty of screen time.
Nationally acclaimed photographer Keith Carter's work is on display through Sunday, March 31, in the Porter Butts Gallery in Memorial Union. Concurrently, the work of local photography collective f5 will be exhibited in the Class of 1925 and Theater galleries at the Union, also through Sunday, March 31.
The 2002 Wisconsin Film Festival announces its full lineup for the April 4-7 festival in Madison.
They perform in black nowadays on some of the world's most prestigious stages, but they were originally discovered playing Bach in a Frankfurt subway station.
Historically conscious pianist Andras Schiff is scheduled to perform at the Wisconsin Union Theater Friday, March 8, at 8 p.m.
Taiwanese cinema has proven to be one of the most significant cultural forces on the international scene, and a UW–Madison symposium March 7-9, "Island of Light," explores how the films and filmmakers have won global audiences and reshaped Western concepts of film art.
An Emmy Award-winning producer, editor, and writer of environmental documentaries for television will give a free public lecture at 3:30 p.m. Monday, March 4, in Union South. John De Graaf's topic will be "Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic" -- the title of a book he coauthored last year based on two of his popular public TV documentaries, "Affluenza" and "Escape from Affluenza."
The University Opera of the School of Music presents "Hansel and Gretel," by Engelbert Humperdinck, Friday-Saturday, March 8-9, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 10, at 3 p.m. in the Carol Rennebohm Auditorium, Music Hall.
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.