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UW-Madison’s Summer Term is a great opportunity to get ahead in one’s studies or stay on track for graduation -– while still leaving time to savor the best of summer. The School of Education is a campus leader in offering Summer Term classes, and in 2017 is making available more than 125 unique courses, including many that are online. Visit the School of Education’s Summer Term website -- -- and check out the range of courses available that speak directly to students’ interests and satisfy their academic needs.
U.S. News and World Report released its annual rankings of the top graduate schools on Tuesday, March 14, and UW-Madison’s School of Education and many of its programs once again were recognized as being among the very best in the nation. The UW-Madison School of Education is tied for No. 3 in U.S. News’ 2018 Best Education Graduate Schools ratings. This makes UW-Madison’s School of Education the top-ranked public school of education in the nation for a fourth straight time, a distinction it is sharing this year with the University of California-Los Angeles.
UW-Madison’s Marlene Skog will present her new work "Internal Divide" for the Madison Ballet March 31 and April 1 at the Bartell Theater Madison in their spring concert "Primavera." Skog is an assistant professor with the School of Education’s Dance Department. This new solo, with original music composed by Tim Russell, will be performed on pointe by ballet artist Shannon Quirk.
UW-Madison’s Natalia Zervou will present a performance titled, “What’s Left – Stories of Movement and Migration,” with Priya Srinivasan and Hannah Schwadron at the Stanford Colloquium on Dance Studies Friday, March 10. Zervou is a lecturer with the School of Education’s Dance Department. “What’s Left” is an international, multimedia collaboration on Skype, phone and FaceTime zoom to explore the issues around migration, involuntary movement, and what gets left behind in the process.
Li Chiao-Ping's contemporary dance company has an upcoming show at the Overture Center for the Arts in a collaboration with Douglas Rosenberg's visual art. Li is a Vilas Research Professor and a faculty member with the School of Education’s Dance Department. Rosenberg is chair of the School of Education's Art Department. Li Chiao-Ping Dance (LCPD) will present "Landed" at the Overture Center, Promenade Hall, from March 9 to 11. The concert features Li's choreography and visual art from Rosenberg, as well as spoken text, to explore the immigrant experience from the late 1800's to the present day.
UW-Madison Dance Department Lecturer Liz Sexe will be performing in Maria Gillespie and Tim Russell's twelfth installment of Hyperlocal MKE on Feb. 26. The event will take place at 6 p.m. at The Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, 2220 N. Terrace Avenue, Milwaukee. Maria Gillespie, artistic director of Oni Dance and Assistant Professor of Dance at UW-Milwaukee, and Tim Russell, composer and Music Director of the UW-Milwaukee Dance Department, formed Hyperlocal in 2014 to bring together local composers and choreographers creating improvised performances throughout Milwaukee.
Professor Jin-Wen Yu’s “Re-Place,” performed during the Madison Ballet's midwinter concert, "BARE," was said to be "by far the best of the three pieces he’s set on Madison Ballet over the last few years," according to Susan Kepecs in Cultural Oyster. Yu is chair of the Dance Department within UW-Madison's School of Education.
UW-Madison's Peggy Choy presented "FLIGHT" Jan. 27 to ​28 at Kumble Theater in Brooklyn, New York. Choy is an associate professor with the School of Education's Dance Department and directs the Peggy Choy Dance Company. Through her new work "FLIGHT," Peggy Choy Dance brought a fresh fusion of Asian martial arts, dance and urban vernacular forms, paying homage to the continuing relevance of Attar’s 12th-century Persian poem, “Conference of the Birds.”
UW-Madison’s Arts Institute recently announced that it is accepting submissions for the 2017 New Arts Venture Challenge. This competition awards money to students from any discipline to fund their entrepreneurial idea, such as an arts event, exhibition, series, commercial venture or other artistic project. Top prize is $2,000 and three $500 second prizes are available to the top four final proposals.
Internationally acclaimed guest artist Rosalind Newman is in residence with the School of Education’s Dance Department Jan. 17 through Feb. 4. She is working with 12 student dancers on a project that will be presented in the annual faculty concert "Neither East Nor West" in February.
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