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by Michael Trevis on October 05, 2016

On Sunday, October 9 at 2:00pm, the feature documentary The People’s Republic of Love will premiere in Madison's Asian American Media Spotlight. The

by Michael Trevis on September 23, 2016
Two Comm Arts-themed sweatshirts on a red and white background.

Want to show off your Comm Arts pride? Need something more official for academic and professional events?

Well, you’re in luck!

by Kelley Conway on September 19, 2016
Six Communication Arts grad students along with Professors Kelley Conway and J.J. Murphy stand in front of a van in the Telluride valley.

The Department of Communication Arts had a strong presence once again at the 2016 Telluride Film Festival. Professors Kelley Conway and J. J. Murphy and students from the Department of Communication Arts travelled to Telluride, Colorado in early September to attend the prestigious festival, which is celebrated for its well-curated program of contemporary world cinema and restored classics.

by Michael Trevis on September 06, 2016
Students at UW-Madison walk Library Mall between classes on a warm first day fo

Summer vacation has come to a close and the semester of Fall 2016 has begun! To all of our new students, welcome!

by Michael Trevis on August 26, 2016
Jim Healy standing in front of his office bookshelf, which is full of books on cinema.

The UW-Madison Arts Institute annually grants six awards in a few categories including Arts Faculty Research, Arts Faculty an

by Michael Trevis on July 18, 2016
College students bike past Vilas Communication Hall.

Communication Arts is in the middle of a fundraising campaign. And thanks to a generous donor, all donations from now until July 31st will be doubled as part of the Comm Arts Match!

by Michael Trevis on June 17, 2016
Promotional image for the 2nd International Conference on Communication and the Public, depicting a woman looking at her smart phone.

Communication Arts Professor Jonathan Gray will be the keynot

by Michael Trevis on June 02, 2016
Professor emeritus David Bordwell sits amongst stacks of film reels.

Communication Arts professor emeritus David Bordwell is always busy.

by Sarah Jedd on May 09, 2016
The six finalists are pictured here with their instructors.  Front Row from left to right: Chaz Elliott, Sophie Martin, Emily Toboyek, Lauren Silber.  Back row from left to right: Nicolas Pavelic, Alex Harwood, John Doolin, Trace Palmer, Jonah Horwitz.

On the evening of April 26, the top 16 persuasive speakers enrolled in the fall semester of Communication Arts 100 competed in the CA 100 Speech Contest. 

by Michael Trevis on March 31, 2016
Two students have a discussion outside in the summer sun.

This week, registration is officially open for Summer Term 2016 courses! Seniors, juniors, and sophomores can enroll now, and freshmen can enroll on Friday. 

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