University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Basic Information

Address: UW-Madison Art Department School of Education 6241 Humanities Building 455 North Park Street Madison, WI 53706
Phone Number: 608/262-1660

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University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Additional Information

School Type: Research University
Public/Private: Public
Historical Black College/University: No
Hispanic Serving Institute: No
School Setting:

UW-Madison is located in the center of the city of Madison, a thriving and scenic state capital in south-central Wisconsin with a population of more than 243,000 (approximately 500,000 metro). Madison has consistently been ranked among the best communities to live in the U.S., including making the top-10 lists for most livable cities, best college towns and best green communities.

School Size: 45,000
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20 to 1
Diversity: UW-Madison faculty and students represent all 50 states and 124 countries.
Greek Life: Yes
Activities:

Join one of the nearly 900 student organizations, including art-focused groups like Advertising Club (Mad Ad Club), Mad Gaffers (Glassblowers), Photo Club, Badger Clay Collective, Artful Business, Fresh Hot Press, or the Art History Society.

Sports: Witness athletic feats from our 23 Big Ten varsity teams, including basketball, hockey, soccer, rowing, track and field, tennis, softball, volleyball, swimming and diving and football (The NCAA voted Madison the #1 college football town in America in 2015!).
Degree Programs: BS Art, BS in Art Education, BFA in Art, MA and MFA Studio Art with interdisciplinary or concentrated work in:
graphic design
art eduation
Metals
Life Drawing
Drawing
Making Comics                  
Watercolor                          
Painting
Darkroom Photography                 
Digital Photography       
Papermaking                      
Artist Books
Relief Printmaking          
Lithography                         
Serigraphy
Etching/Intaglio
Digital printmaking
Foundry
Wood Working
Ceramics                                                                                                       
Sculpture                               
Installation                          
Neon/light
Glass
Digital Art and Code
Video
Performance
Digital fabrication
Digital imaging techniques
3D digital studio
Digital printmaking
Digital interactive studio
 
Computer Capabilities:

Mac and PC labs with specialized facilities for 3D animation, video editing, 3D printing (rapid prototyping) and large format 2D printing.

Admissions Requirements: https://www.admissions.wisc.edu/index.php