Camp – Mindful Making: Artist Journals + Mixed Media August 5- August 9, 1:00-4:00pm each day at Arts + Literature Laboratory (2021 Winnebago St) Fee: $175 Ages: 10-14 years Register in advance: https://artlitlab.org/education/summer-19-youth-camps/camps-for-10-14-year-olds-1-4pm Visit artlitlab.org or contact email@example.com for more information Camp description: Join artist Kenzie Engel for a week of intuitive artmaking! Each day, […]
This FREE family-friendly walking tour features artists exhibiting, demonstrating & performing on sidewalks, in store-fronts and in alley ways with entertainment, activities & surprises along the way! Schedule: Arts Crawl 5-9 PM Street Party 4-10 PM Wine & craft beer service 4-10 PM Food vendors 5-8 PM Live music 5-10 PM Location: Intersection of East […]
Light As Material Project (L.A.M.P.) is ceramic artist Juliette Walker’s ongoing exploration of the objects or things we use to bring light into interior spaces, both for utility and aesthetic value. In her own practice, she makes functional lamps, light sculptures, and installations out of ceramics. Juliette Walker is the July/August 2019 artist in residence […]
Tandem Press is pleased to host “As the Crow Flies”, a Master of Fine Arts thesis exhibition by Carissa Kalia Heinrichs, University of Wisconsin-Madison MFA candidate and 2018-2019 Tandem Press Project Assistant. Exhibition dates: April 12-April 27, 2019 Reception: April 12, 6-8pm In “As the Crow Flies”, Carissa Kalia Heinrichs transcribes muteness through visual codes […]
The Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives’ annual Line Breaks Festival is comprised of performances, lectures, and discussions by First Wave students and invited professional artists engaging with the local campus community. Inaugurated through OMAI’s sponsored Marc Bamuthi Joseph Arts Institute Residency in the spring of 2007, the Line Breaks project culminated in a final performance […]
“Angels and Demons” Come with us on a Dante-inspired journey from the Inferno through Purgatory all the way to Paradise, as interpreted by composers Karl Jenkins, Zdeněk Lukáš, György Orbán, Alfred Schnittke, Joseph Rheinberger, Rodion Schedrin, W. A. Mozart, and Marteen Spruijt!