From the Director
While it can’t predict what will happen this year, science can tell us a lot about how facts move through the human cognitive process.
How can specific investments in the knowledge economy and our creative sectors make a brighter future for Wisconsin?
When the Wisconsin Academy was founded in 1870, the American fascination with science was in full bloom. Today, not so much.
Writing is a gateway to insight and wisdom, and Wisconsin needs both these days.
When the winds of change are in the air, it’s a good idea to gather one’s extended circle—especially the wisdom-keepers and those who understand our history and how it shapes these times and the future.
This spring, the Wisconsin Academy brought together our Waters of Wisconsin Initiative leaders for a day of intense discussion about the state of Wisconsin’s freshwater ecosystems.
Why has Wisconsin, which is ranked 48th in the U.S. for public arts funding, retreated from public investment in the arts?
How do the natural places we know and love define so much of what Wisconsin means to us?
One of the rewards of working at the Wisconsin Academy is being able to play in the same pool with some of the leading thinkers from across the spectrum of the sciences, arts, and letters as they wrap their heads around
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Wisconsin Academy Administrative Offices and Steenbock Gallery
1922 University Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters
3rd Floor, Overture Center for the Arts
201 State Street
Madison, WI 53703