Lecture & Fine Arts Series

Groove

The mission of the Lecture & Fine Arts Series at UW-Marathon County is to bring educational, culturally-enriching, high-quality, fine arts programs to students and community members throughout the year.

A student-centered committee fulfills this mission by creating a series that enhances a respect for racial, ethnic and cultural diversity in a multi-cultural world. The series is sponsored by the UW-Marathon County Student Fee Allocation Committee. As a result, ticket prices are always affordable, making the series the best arts bargain around.

Events include concerts, artist presentations and exhibits, film showings, poetry readings, theater productions and much more! The Lecture & Fine Arts Series contracts with national caliber master-artists in all disciplines to conduct residencies, workshops and classroom presentation, in addition to public performances. 

Lecture & Fine Arts Spring 2018 dates & events:

 

UW Madison Graduate Art  Student Noël artist resdiency
Exhibit​​​​​

February 12 - 23
Monday - Friday, 8 am  - 5 pm
Ahrnsbrak Gallery
Free

Artist Presentation
February 12, 4 pm, room 180
Free

Parenting can be a challenge no matter who you are or what your circumstances, but Noël is a student parent, which presents a whole new conundrum. In the midst of this, she is fortunate to be living in a community of other student parents who are willing to be open about the strategies they use to navigate this stage of life. Her paintings reflect the reality of lives lived in homes full of family activities.
 

24 Hour Arts Challenge
March 2 - 3 

The UWMC 24 Hour Arts Challenge pits artists against the clock for an intense, adrenaline-infused, fun day of creativity! In the afternoon of March 2 you will be given prompts and requirements for a visual art work, short play, or creative writing piece. You have just 24 hours to create and share your work with the public at the showcase event March 3 at 7 pm in the James F. Veining Theater. You can also participate in the 24 Hour Choir and perform a choral piece composed entirely in just 12 hours. All events are open to the public, high school age and up. Contact julie.bunczak@uwc.edu for more information.

24 Hour Arts Challenge Showcase
March 3, 7 pm
James F. Veninga Theater
Admission - $5 / Free for challenge participants and UWMC students

Come enjoy the art work, creative writing, short plays and choir pieces prepared by our 24 Hour Arts Challenge participants.

5th Annual Vocal Jazz Festival Concert featuring Groove for Thought
April 27, 7 pm
James F. Veninga Theater
Admission - $15

Returning to UWMC! The seven singers of Groove for Thought have been blowing audiences away for over 15 years. Their jazz influenced arrangements of both standard and original tunes have earned them the reputation as one of the finest contemporary vocal ensembles in the world. Come enjoy an evening of unforgettable music!

For tickets, visit: https://www.purplepass.com/index.php#165332/UW-Marathon_County-UWMC_Voca...

Other important dates:

February 12, 4 pm - UW Madison Graduate Art Student Presentation

February 12 - 23, 8 am - 5 pm - UW Madison Graduate Art Student Exhibit

March 15 - Concert Band Concert

April 7 - 15 - Spring Awakening

May 3 - Spring Jazz Concert

May 7 - Music Majors Recital

May 13 - Mother’s Day Concert