Arts programs at PLACE leverage arts expertise from all ten School of Education departments to enrich communities of learners and teachers. From hands on, intensive fine arts workshops, creative writing and art making opportunities for youth, to arts integration for educators, there is a program that will meet your artistic needs.
The Greater Madison Writing Project at University of Wisconsin – Madison is an affiliate of National Writing Project network, a nationally acclaimed professional learning community that puts educators’ knowledge, experience and voices at its center.
Dancers of all skill levels will experience four different classes—each featuring different regional hip hop dance skills originating in New York City, California’s Bay Area, and Chicago.
Gain a better understanding of the scope of hip hop history, culture, and politics, deepen your practice as a spoken word and hip hop educator, and engage in best practice approaches to student-centered liberatory education models.
Engage in an intensive one-week workshop taught by our art department faculty. All skill levels are welcome to learn skills, make art and build community at the Summer Arts Studio.
We provide art making opportunities for youth to cultivate wellness and advocate for social change. Our vision is that Wisconsin youth see themselves as learners through art making.