The Madison Night Market is a celebration of Madison’s unique and inspiring creative culture. Vendors showcase handmade products, local art, artisan gifts, prepackaged foods and fresh produce.
- Jun28 Wednesday Nite @ The Lab "Supercomputers to Model Tornadoes" by Leigh Orf, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies
- Jun28 UW Cinematheque: Westlake on Film Cops and Robbers | USA | 1973 | 35mm | 89 min. Director: Aram Avakian
- Jun29 UW Cinematheque: Marcel Pagnol's "Marseille Trilogy" Fanny | France | 1932 | DCP | 127 min. | French with English subtitles Director: Marc Allégret
- Jun30 Blood Drive 10-3, Union South
Doors Open Madison is a fun, free and local experience providing community members with an opportunity to explore one-of-a-kind buildings and businesses across the city and campus.
The Annual Spring Powwow provides an opportunity to participate in a contemporary Native event and learn about the culture of the people indigenous to this area.
Science Expeditions, UW-Madison’s annual science open house, invites visitors to campus to explore attractions, museums, workshops and more!
The Black Cultural Center (BCC) is located on the first floor of the Red Gym (716 Langdon St.) and will include a lounge, collaborative work areas, computer work stations and space to showcase art. A grand opening is anticipated in early May.