Online Launch: June 2021. “The Portal: A Step into The Past” is an online exhibition/virtual experience featuring student-designed historic interiors. Juried by Shana McCaw, Brent Budsberg, and Jonathan Prown and digitally curated by IA design studies students, the exhibit showcases selected period rooms from course “DS 422: History of Architecture.”
Spring 2021 Art History graduate Sophie Rain Plzak shares her thoughts on the Material Culture Certificate program and her future plans.
Design Studies MFA student Nora Renick Rinehart and fellow artist and Star Trek enthusiast Emilie Mulcahey ponder how craft and queerness overlap with The Final Frontier.
Join the artist Beth Lipman, filmmaker Atesh Atici, MAD Curator Samantha De Tillio, Professor Beverly Gordon, and CDMC’s Sarah Anne Carter, for a special screening and film discussion.
Art History Master’s student (and 2021 graduate) Samantha Comerford shares her research and favorite HLATC stories with us to reflect on her recent graduation.
The UW–Madison Material Culture Focus Group hosts a virtual symposium by and for graduate students with the goal of connecting individuals with mutual interest in Material Culture, broadly defined.
Textile Design and Art History student (and 2021 graduate) Lindsey Wilson shares her Senior Thesis work and research around Victorian mourning practices.
Radio Chipstone episode from Producer-in-Residence Gianofer Fields honored with Best Feature Bronze Medal, and three pieces by Jonah Chester won awards.
CDMC Director reflects on the short film’s special connections with the center, SoHE, and Wisconsin. Join the next CDMC Conversations event, featuring the artist and filmmaker, to learn more.
As the U.S. slowly reopens thanks to rising vaccination rates and declining COVID-19 infections, the traditional maypole celebration of springtime seems to be an especially apt way to transition out of a pandemic winter. The second episode of the CDMC’s new podcast, Refrangible, contemplates what this ritual may mean today.