“Adult Swim” at the Children’s Museum, June 2nd

Several times a year, The Madison Children’s Museum honors the public pool tradition of kicking the kids out so adults (21 and up) can have the space to themselves, to play and enjoy refreshments for the evening. MASN will be there! Join in the fun.

On June 2, the theme of Adult Swim is “Glow Motion”. In addition to access to the museum exhibits, you can look forward to these special activities:
• Paint glow–in-the-dark murals in the black-lit Art Studio
• Marvel at a special performance by the multitalented P-Funk Allstar Kim Manning
• Enjoy a phosphorescent cocktail
• Learn new moves and dance the night away
• Make LED cards and fashion accessories
• Put on a shadow puppet show
• Make colossal drawings on a retro overhead projector
• Experience a rooftop hoop jam
• Savor one of the best sunset views in the city
Please purchase your own ticket(s) here -$12.75 advance, $15 day-of:
http://madisonchildrensmuseum.org/programs-and-events/for-adults/adult-swim/?gclid=CJLOnfKWmNICFZSIaQod-AoL1Q

6:00pm–10:00pm, Madison Children’s Museum, 100 N. Hamilton St., Madison WI 53703

Guided Tour of the Chazen Museum of Art

Thursday, April 13, 2017

11:30am–12:45pm
Meet in the Mead Witter Lobby, accessed from East Campus Mall

When the Chazen Museum of Art opened in the fall of 1970 as the Elvehjem Art Center, the collection of 1,600 paintings and works on paper had been acquired by UW-Madison since 1885. Today, there are over 20,000 works of art in the museum’s collections representing the entire spectrum of art history across culture, period, media, and genre.

Join academic staff colleagues as we’re guided by a docent through highlights of the permanent collections of this jewel of a museum in our very own backyard.

Legislative Update from ASPRO

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

12:00pm–1:00pm
Union South – check TITU for room location

Academic Staff Professional Representation Organization (ASPRO) representative, Kathi Kilgore, will give a legislative update to academic staff.

ASPRO is a not-for-profit, membership-driven, professional organization that represents the UW System academic staff and their interests to the State Legislature, the Governor, the Board of Regents, and the public.

Please bring a friend or someone from your unit! You will not want to miss this important update.