The Wisconsin Hometown Stories project offers a fantastic opportunity for in-depth exploration of the local histories and stories that showcase communities around our state.
WPT Education works side-by-side with teachers in each community to build content and pathways connecting students with the history and stories around them.
Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Eau Claire will premiere later in 2018. As we began our research in that region, an educator survey revealed the need for more digital learning resources – especially biographies and materials that highlight the Hmong community.
Read on to see how WPT’s work in Eau Claire is resulting in new, community-specific digital learning resources – including the history and culture of Hmong residents.
You thought the gift-giving holiday season had passed months ago? Think again. Our friends at Austin City Limits delivered a tasty musical present this morning. Stream the full ACL performance from Eau Claire’s own Grammy Award-winning Bon Iver online below! The best part? It’s the gift that keeps on giving – at least until April 5, when it goes aways. So, queue it up, enjoy the great tunes again and again – and don’t forget to share it with your friends!
The 2012 WPT Get Up and Go! Day is in the books after kids from all over Wisconsin danced, sang and played outside the WPT studios in Madison, at the L.E. Phillips Library in Eau Claire and at The Building for Kids Children’s Museum in Appleton.
The events might be over, but you and your kids can still bop along with the songs Mr. Steve performed!
In the playlist below, you will find all of the on-air segments from the morning event. There are lots of fun and interactive songs that inspire kids to Get Up and Go! and a bunch of great activity ideas from volleyball to yoga to exploring the outdoors. So, dig into the fun and let’s go!
Watch Five By Design: Club Swing at 9 p.m. Monday, July 2 on Wisconsin Public Television.
Monday at 9 on WPT, swing with vocal harmony group Five By Design, recorded in concert at the State Theatre in Eau Claire.
Part of WPT’s Summer of the arts, we invite you to sit back and enjoy your favorite tunes from the big band era performed by the nationally acclaimed vocal quartet and a talented collection of Wisconsin musicians.
Take a sneak peek at the broadcast here, then watch a short piece on the history of Eau Claire’s State Theatre and the community force that came together to preserve it as a lasting regional arts center.