The Art Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison: 2013–2014 Visiting Artist Program

Diana Al-Hadid, Nolli’s Orders, 2012. Steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, wood, foam, aluminum foil, paint. 264 x 228 x 122 inches (670.6 x 579.1 x 309.9 cm). Image courtesy of the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Photo credit: Jason Wyche.

2013–2014 Visiting Artist Program

University Of Wisconsin - Madison
art.wisc.edu

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The Art Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is pleased to announce our 2013–2014 schedule of Visiting Artists. Each week during the semester, we welcome an artist(s), curator or critic to campus, where they present both a formal talk and also participate in meetings with graduate students in the form of studio visits and workshops.

This year’s group, joining us from throughout the region, the national scene and international contexts, represents a wide range of perspectives and practices including traditional woodcraft, innovative curatorial approaches, cutting-edge sculptural production, politically engaged performance, collaborative operations, research-based approaches and advanced graphic strategies.

All talks are free and open to the public.

Wayne Valliere
September  11, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Kristen Morgin
September 18, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Annie Sprinkle/Beth Stephens
September 25, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Jessica Westbrook/Adam Trowbridge (Channel 2)
October  2, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Amy Franceschini (Future Farmers)
October  9, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Emily S. Arthur
October 16, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Robert Storr
October 23, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Nicholas Frank
October 30, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Beth Campbell
November 6, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Jessica Jackson Hutchins
November 13, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Dan S. Wang
November  20, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Rico Gatson
December 4, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Michael Zwack
January 29, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Industry of the Ordinary
February 5, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Jeremiah Day
February 12, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Kristopher Benedict
February 19, 4:30pm
Chazen 16

Kendall Geers
February 26, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Ryuta Nakajima
March 5, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Lisa Selby
March 12, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Chris Anteman
March 26, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Yasmil Raymond
April 2, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Nao Bustamente
April 9, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Jason De haan
April 16, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Allison Saar
April 23, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

Diane Al hadid
April 30, 4:30pm
Chazen 160

The Art Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is committed to teaching art in the context of a major research university and a vibrant intellectual community. Its mission is based on the premise that art is the nexus of all the humanities and that creative expression in the visual arts has provided some of the most enduring contributions to society and culture. The art department strives to provide both a fertile and challenging environment for aesthetic and critical engagement, and the technical skills necessary for the practice of art in the changing landscape of the twenty-first century. It encourages innovation and cross-disciplinary activity, and believes that students should utilize the vast academic resources of the university to inform and deepen their artistic vision.



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