City of Madison

Ho-Chunk Nation storytelling series debuts at Madison Public Library

Madison Public Library, Ho-Chunk Gaming collaborate for storytelling program that will last through December

Art

Panel on Afghanistan explores women, art, everything in between

UW’s Middle East Studies program hosts event with varied artists discussing Afghanistan, its intersections with modern art

Features

A modern-day renaissance: How fine arts in Madison continue to rebound in COVID-19 era

With COVID-19 restrictions beginning to ease in Madison, hear from students, professionals why city looks primed for its own renaissance

Science News

Reamplifying primordial ideas: Importance of decolonizing STEAM curriculum

'Expanding the types of information used to teach students gives them access to points of view they have never considered before' professor says

Art

Annual Art Fair on the Square returns, bringing with it new era for artists

For many artists, return of Art Fair on the Square also signals return to normalcy

Art

UW Art Department showcases class of 2021 art portfolios online

'While it’s really a bummer not to show with my classmates, it really did open up opportunities and push us to go the extra mile to make the best of what we have.' UW BFA grad said 

Art

UW Fine Arts students put together collaborative art gallery in State Street venue

Student artists find creative solutions to navigate art exhibition in the COVID-19 landscape

Banter

Bugsfeed: What insect you are based on your major

Move over astrology, it's time for entomology to shine

Art

Artist showcase: Ian Van D.’s Vacant Rites

Check out a strange new art exhibit at the humanities building

Science News

“What Would a Microbe Say”: an artist’s take on the microbiome

'Humans are completely part of the ecosystem, not separate from it,' artist says

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