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We're Planning Post-Pandemic Programs. Will you help?

As the landscape of COVID-19 continues to shift and vaccination rates increase, ARTS for ALL Wisconsin is assessing options for future programming, including the potential return of in-person programming in some form. We are looking to you -- participants, teaching artists, families, support agencies, everyone -- to help guide our efforts to offer programs and support that meet the needs of our communities.


Please share your thoughts and suggestions online about the future of programming at ARTS for ALL. You can also download and complete a printed copy. Please mail paper copies to our Madison Art Center at 1709 Aberg Avenue, Suite 1, Madison, WI 53704.

 



Explore the creative arts through classes and workshops in visual art, movement and dance, drama, and music. Classes are taught by professional teaching artists.

A limited number of need-based scholarships are available through the generosity of ARTS for ALL Wisconsin sponsors. Contact us directly for more information or check our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Summer Classes (July 12 - September 3)

As we continue to assess the needs of our community, we have created clearer ways to describe the engagement and learning experiences that participants can expect from our Virtual Arts Classes.

Arts Exploration Classes (AE)

Experiential programs focused on enjoying connection with the art form, materials, and one another. Designed for participants who enjoy open-ended creative discovery.

Creative Technique Classes (CT)

Instructional programs focused on building skills, techniques, and comfort with the art form. Designed for participants who enjoy in-depth explorations or structured lessons.

 

Adult (Ages 16+)

Participants will have the chance to experience new methods of self-expression or revisit old skills in a range of arts disciplines. Classes offer many accessibility supports to ensure equitable participation.

Music Exploration (AE)

Music with Junko

Join us for this joyful journey in music exploration! We will sing and use homemade instruments to connect with one another and make music together.

Mondays at 6pm

July 12 - August 30

$80

 

Creative Movement (AE)

Dance with Luv

Participants will have the opportunity to dance together (virtually) to their favorite music. The class will begin with the structure to warm up and provide opportunity for creative expression and exploration.

Tuesdays at 6pm

July 13 - August 31

$80

 

Aboriginal Pattern Adventures (AE)

Visual Art with Patrizia

Aboriginal Australian art is mesmerizing. To create unique art pieces inspired by these artists, we will use a wide array of techniques, including drawing, painting, printing, stenciling, collage and more!

Wednesdays at 6pm

July 14 - September 1

$80

 

Watercolor Summer Scenes (AE)

Visual Art with Susan

Participants will explore using watercolor paints to create vibrant Summer images. At the end of the session we will trim our paintings and create our own "books" of watercolors!

Thursdays at 6pm

July 15 - September 2

$80

 

Mr. Mike's Music Club (AE)

Music with Mike

Let's all sing the songs we love! We'll do old favorites, new hits, seasonal songs, music to learn by and much more. We'll make new friends, watch fun videos together, and share our lives in song.

Thursdays at 6pm

July 15 - September 2

$80


 

Coronavirus Health & Safety Alert

We want you all to stay healthy, and help us keep our AFA  families, friends, participants, caregivers, teachers, staff, and volunteers as healthy as possible as we face COVID-19 (also know as the Coronavirus). 

NOTE: All In-Person programs ARE SUSPENDED until further notice

More information on COVID-19


Support for ARTS for ALL Wisconsin comes from the ARTS for ALL Wisconsin Fund of the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, National Guardian Life, American Girl Fund for Children, Kohler Foundation, Wisconsin Public Radio, and Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts