Contact Wisconsin Arts Board
The Wisconsin Arts Board is located in the Tommy G. Thompson Commerce Building at 201 West Washington Avenue in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. Feel free to drop by, call us at 608/266-0190; Fax: 608/267-0380; email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to us:
Wisconsin Arts Board
PO Box 8690
Madison, WI 53708-8690
Office hours are 7:45 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. As a state agency, our offices are closed all state holidays.
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The agency’s program and support staff members implement policies and programs and provide technical and informational services to the public.
George Tzougros, Executive Director
Creation & Presentation Grants; Creative Communities Grants – Arts Education Emphasis; Compiler, Wisconsin Arts News; Agency Liaison to Governor’s Office and Legislature as well as the Cultural Coalition of Wisconsin; Governor’s Council on Tourism; Robert E. Gard Wisconsin Idea Foundation; Wisconsin Alliance for Arts Education; and the Wisconsin Foundation for the Arts. Chairman of the National Creativity Network.
Mark Fraire, Grant Programs and Services Specialist
Urban Artists Initiative; Creation & Presentation Grants; Artists Advisory Committee; Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator.
Karen Goeschko, Assistant Director for Programs & Services
Creation & Presentation Grants; Wisconsin Regranting Program; Creative Communities Grants – Local Arts Emphasis; Liaison to Wisconsin Presenters Network, Arts Wisconsin, and Rural Development Council; supervision of program staff.
Anne Pryor, Folk and Traditional Arts Specialist
Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program; Creative Communities Grants - Folk Arts Emphasis & Arts in Education Emphasis; Teaching Artist Training; Wisconsin Folks web site; Wisconsin Weather Stories website; Wisconsin Teachers of Local Culture; K-12 professional development and curriculum development; Midwest Folklife Festival. Board President - Local Learning: National Network for Folk Arts in Education; Honorary Fellow - UW Madison Folklore Program; Associate Editor - Journal of American Folklore.
Updated: Monday, October 01, 2012