March 30, 2022
The inaugural Arts (*31*) will happen on the UW–Madison campus from Thursday, March 31 – Saturday, April 2.
Arts (*31*) highlights a group of arts occasions held over a number of days within the arts departments and co-curricular arts models at UW–Madison, together with the School of Education’s departments of Art, Dance, and Theatre and Drama. It is a chance to have artistic arts experiences, which can take the type of demonstrations and workshops, in addition to an opportunity to go to arts courses, lectures, talks, performances, exhibitions, and rehearsals.
Division of the Arts scholar assistant Dawry Ruiz introduced the idea for this occasion final fall. Ruiz is a third-year First Wave Scholar majoring in group and nonprofit management and pursuing a certificates in arts and educating. He says, “The Arts Crawl is a collaborative experience where the arts on campus are showcased in their most collaborative and interdisciplinary form. The Crawl is an opportunity to share what the arts community at UW can offer the surrounding communities.”
Attendees are invited to curate their very own expertise. Sit in on a weaving course or watch movies by college students in Communication Arts. See a glass blowing demonstration, stroll by means of an immersive set up at the campus artwork museum, or attend a efficiency by Grammy-nominated musicians.
Arts (*31*) is introduced in partnership with Line Breaks Festival (April 1-2), one of many largest annual hip hop theater festivals within the Midwest. In the fifteenth anniversary yr of the Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives, the sixteenth annual Line Breaks Festival might be a homecoming for UW alumni concerned in multicultural arts over the past 15 years and past. Line Breaks Festival occasions are free and open to the general public, however registration is required.
Many Arts (*31*) occasions are free and open to the general public. Some occasions require advance registration or ticket buy. To view the entire schedule, go to go.wisc.edu/Arts(*31*).
Arts (*31*) 2022 is introduced by the UW–Madison Division of the Arts in partnership with the Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives and the Madison Metropolitan School District.