Three Academy Fellows explore the connections between discovery and imagination.
How can a revved up creative economy help create a better quality of life in Wisconsin?
How can specific investments in the knowledge economy and our creative sectors make a brighter future for Wisconsin?
Wisconsin Academy Fellow and poet Robin Chapman shares two poems about the same piece of land in Wisconsin’s Marquette County, written thirty years apart, that visit and revisit a hillside remnant prairie and oak woods about two miles from naturalist John Muir’s boyhood home.
Why has Wisconsin, which is ranked 48th in the U.S. for public arts funding, retreated from public investment in the arts?
Art that interacts with and improves local communities is essential for maintaining—and improving—our quality of life in Wisconsin.
A year ago I was doing what any sane adult does on a sub-zero night in Eau Claire: sharing a plate of fried cheese curds and ordering a second round at Houligan’s.
An intimate, informal talk with nationally recognized portrait artist David Lenz, whose work is featured in the Inhabited Landscapes exhibition at the James Watrou
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Madison, Wisconsin 53726
James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters
3rd Floor, Overture Center for the Arts
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Madison, WI 53703