Artist Resources

UW-Madison Resources


Madison Resources


State-Wide Resources


Art Libraries


National Resources


International Resources


Memberships & Organizations




UW Arts Twitter
UW Madison Arts Twitter


Arts events and news from all over UW-Madison. Tweets by Arts Institute staff Kate Hewson and Jay Burlingham.
Chazen Museum of Art


The Chazen Museum collects, preserves, interprets, and exhibits works of art and presents related educational programs in support of the teaching, research, and public service mission of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
UW Arts Enterprise


The Arts Enterprise Initiative provides support and training and teach the strategic skills today's artists need to take leadership in the creative economy.



Cont. Studies FB
UW-Madison Continuing Studies Art Programs


This page is for the community of creative people involved in noncredit art programs from UW-Madison Continuing Studies. Find what's coming up from Continuing Studies and in the community!
Art Dept. News
Art Department News


Check this page for updates on current events in the UW-Madison Art Department.
4D Dept.
4D at the University of WI-Madison


This area explores the potential of research that may exist in the space between disciplines and medium specific practices.
Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection
Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection


The Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection furthers the understanding of human beings within their material and social environments through the study of textiles of artistic, cultural, and historic significance.
Design Gallery
Design Gallery


The Design Gallery holds exhibitions that relate to the processes and results of design.



material culture
Material Culture Program


The Material Culture Group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison explores the human creative drama of living in a physical place.
Human Resources & Development
UW-Madison Office of Human Resource Developement


Tools for Finding and Applying Inspiration


UW-Madison Grant Information Collection
UW-Madison Grant Information Collection
Amy Kindschi, Grants & Reference Librarian. Memorial Library, Room 262A University of Wisconsin-Madison. 728 State Street Madison, WI 53706



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Karin Wolf

Karin Wolf

Madison Arts Program Administrator


Visit the Madison Art Commission Website


Question: What makes a successful grant application?


Answer: A successful grant applicant has researched the guidelines and application, and when possible talked with a grant officer. Thus, the applicant knows their project is a good match for the funding source. Their narrative answers application questions thoroughly yet succinctly. They persuade the review panel that the project is of high artistic merit, has community value, and will make significant impact if given the grant as a revenue source. Letters of support speak to the artist’s abilities and the project’s importance. The budget computes and the narrative is edited to perfection. The application is well organized, delivered on time, and neatly presented.



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