A mural in the UW Discovery Building embeds QR codes in its scientific imagery.
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Science borders on science fiction in a collection of prize-winning images.
Father-son duo Ben ’67 and Leo ’99 Sidran give new life to timeless tunes.
The Beatles finally make it to Madison, thanks to a new collection in Mills Music Library.
Bruce Ravid ’74 propelled a stint in UW radio to a career in the music industry.
Michael Velliquette MA’99, MFA’00 turns monochrome materials into extravagant works of art.
Paul Woelbing ’79 has assembled the world’s largest theater organ.
Blu³eprint by Faisal Abdu’Allah communes with the UW’s Abe Lincoln statue.
As Yung Gravy, Matthew Hauri ’17 conquered the music world while still a UW marketing major.
The Terrace music series became a sensation in the ’80s and is poised for a comeback.
A UW production takes a new perspective on the opera’s sexual politics.
The world mourns the brilliant designer and UW alumnus.
A chance encounter led Chris Walker to study dance and, now, head UW’s Division of the Arts.
Sanford Biggers prepares an artistic response to a problematic work in the Chazen collection.
The UW Band’s set list has evolved with the times.
What’s it like to be Afghan and Kurdish in the U.S.? Read Hajjar Baban ’20.
A surprising piece of public art transforms a campus underpass.
Sarah Brailey MM’07, DMA’21 wins a Grammy for Best Classical Solo Vocal Album.
As a curator and practitioner, John Szarkowski ’48 helped shape our view of photography — and the world.
Young reporters use new strategies to bring local news back from the brink.
Known as a colorful chronicler of counterculture figures, Larry Sloman MS’72 is finding his direction home as a singer-songwriter.
For jazz pianist Joan Wildman, music was life. That may sound like a figure of speech, but Wildman proved it a statement of fact. After a cancer diagnosis last year, the longtime UW–Madison professor bravely rejected a treatment that might have bought her more time. The problem was, the drugs…
Sami Schalk demonstrates the principle of “pleasure activism.”
The Tony–winning Broadway star forged his artistic identity at UW–Madison.
Campus Art Exchange has a brilliant plan for beautifying UW–Madison.
A unique group of poets, musicians, and activists came together in the inaugural cohort of First Wave, the UW’s pioneering scholarship program.
Meet the Harry Whitehorse statue near Camp Randall — and sit on it, too.
Man — Creator of Order and Disorder returns to its former glory.
The Wisconsin Union Theater makes sure the 100th-anniversary season is something special.
Even as a UW–Madison student, the author of “A Raisin in the Sun” spoke up for what she believed in.