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Mark Fraire, Wisconsin Arts Board

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  • 2013 Sennet Middle School Action Paintings

    Williamson Street Art Center and UE Service-Learning-in-Art students help Sennet Middle School students make action paintings during Centro Hispano’s after school Juventud program.

    Williamson Street Art Center and UE Service-Learning-in-Art students help Sennet Middle School students make action paintings during Centro Hispano’s after school Juventud program.
  • 2013 UW Art & Technology Mosaic

    Students from UW Office of Educational Opportunities Art & Technology program made a mosaic sun inside Centro Hispano. They also created action paintings and visited the Chazen Museum of Art.

    Students from UW Office of Educational Opportunities Art & Technology program made a mosaic sun inside Centro Hispano. They also created action paintings and visited the Chazen Museum of Art.
  • 2013 Sherman Middle School Mural

    Williamson Street Art Center and UW Serivce-Learning-in-Art students help launch a mural at Sherman Middle School for Centro Hispano’s Juventud program.

    Williamson Street Art Center and UW Serivce-Learning-in-Art students help launch a mural at Sherman Middle School for Centro Hispano’s Juventud program.
  • 2012 Lakeview Elementary After School Classes

    Williamson Street Art Center instructor Shadayra Kilfoy-Flores is using recycled materials in her classes with the Lakeview Elementary After School Art Club. Photos are by Sonia Gage, her assistant. Students are also making soft sculptures from fabric and other materials, collages, and action paintings.

    Williamson Street Art Center instructor Shadayra Kilfoy-Flores is using recycled materials in her classes with the Lakeview Elementary After School Art Club. Photos are by Sonia Gage, her assistant. Students are also making soft sculptures from fabric and other materials, collages, and action paintings.
  • 2012 UW College for Kids

    Students in UW Office of Educational Opportunities College for Kids program make collages, soft sculpture figures and found object creatures in “Arts of the Americas” with Shadayra Kilfoy-Flores.

    Students in UW Office of Educational Opportunities College for Kids program make collages, soft sculpture figures and found object creatures in “Arts of the Americas” with Shadayra Kilfoy-Flores.
  • 2012 UW Technology & Arts Mosaics at Centro Hispano

    Students from UW Office of Educational Opportunities Technology & Arts program make 3 exterior mosaics at Centro Hispano during the 2012 heat wave.

    Students from UW Office of Educational Opportunities Technology & Arts program make 3 exterior mosaics at Centro Hispano during the 2012 heat wave.
  • 2011 UW Art & Technology / College for Kids

    UW Office of Educational Opportunities Art & Techology and College for Kids students help paint a cart to be used to provide produce to underserved neighborhoods, create action paintings, soft sculptures and found art sculptures in “Arts of the Americas.” Students also visit the Chazen Museum of Art.

    UW Office of Educational Opportunities Art & Techology and College for Kids students help paint a cart to be used to provide produce to underserved neighborhoods, create action paintings, soft sculptures and found art sculptures in “Arts of the Americas.” Students also visit the Chazen Museum of Art.
  • 2010 Respite Center “Good People Badges”

    The Williamson Street Art Center partners with the Respite Center to help children and their families create “Good People” badges at Overture Center for the Arts International Festival.

    The Williamson Street Art Center partners with the Respite Center to help children and their families create “Good People” badges at Overture Center for the Arts International Festival.
  • 2007 UW College for Kids Action Paintings

  • 2006 UW College for Kids Action Paintings

    Students in UW Office of Educational Oppotunities College for Kids program create action paintings that grace the hallways of Center for Families Respite Center program.

    Students in UW Office of Educational Oppotunities College for Kids program create action paintings that grace the hallways of Center for Families Respite Center program.
  • 2008 Exhibit of Williamson St Art Center Student Art

    Williamson St Art Center student work was exhibit at Mother Fool’s Coffee House.

    Williamson St Art Center student work was exhibit at Mother Fool’s Coffee House.
  • 2007 Center for Families “A Time for Kidz” Mural

    This mural is at Center for Families in Madison, WI. It was painted by middle school students in the UW Office of Educational Opportunities Technology and Arts program.

    This mural is at Center for Families in Madison, WI. It was painted by middle school students in the UW Office of Educational Opportunities Technology and Arts program.
  • 2005-2006 Williamson Street Art Center “Mural Magic Summer Camp” Murals

    These murals are on the studio at the Williamson Street Art Center in Madison, WI. They cover all 4 sides of the building and were painted by students during 2 summer camps. The students – mainly middle school students – ranged in age from 7 – 60.

    These murals are on the studio at the Williamson Street Art Center in Madison, WI. They cover all 4 sides of the building and were painted by students during 2 summer camps. The students – mainly middle school students – ranged in age from 7 – 60.