Picking up where the School of the Arts left off, ArtStart is bringing the Rhinelander-area community together through art.
In Janesville: An American Story, Washington Post reporter Amy Goldstein explores the complex and unpredictable economic, political, and social forces that lie beyond our control.
A project under development in Milwaukee uses large-scale art to increase city residents' responsibility for—and understanding of—how water quality is connected to everyday choices we make.
Taking its name from a storied intersection in downtown Eau Claire, a new literary magazine called Barstow & Grand promises to be the perfect complement to the city’s burgeoning arts and culture scene.
America’s most-famous cross-country ski race now has its own museum.
On March 22, 2017, the Washington DC-based National Trust for Historical Preservation granted “National Treasure” status to an iconic Milwaukee landmark: The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory.
Rebecca Nelson always had a passion for raising fish; by the time she was ten, her family’s home was filled with aquariums. Her partner, John Pade, grew up on a dairy farm, learning a lot about livestock and agriculture.
One of the only “small-town” children’s museums in the nation, the Black Earth Children’s Museum offers engaging and unique play experiences for children ages two to ten.
Photographer and Milwaukee native Jarob Ortiz was recently selected as the new photographer for the National Park Service’s Heritage Documentation Program, where he will explore the architectural history of t
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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