Brian Standing, host of The 8 O’Clock Buzz visits with the organizers of Bike The Art tour/event, Bethany Jurewicz and Jolynne Roorda in the studio.
Bike the Art is a new free tour on wheels of city art spaces, taking place on Saturday, September 10, 2016. The first edition begins at Central Library’s Bubbler space with a “food-focused art experience” and gradually proceeds to co-organizer Arts + Literature Laboratory for the opening of a new exhibit by Helen Hawley and Chele Isaac. Stops on the way include Drunk Lunch, Art In, Hatch Art House, Gallery Marzen, Cafe Zoma;
Late arrivers can find out where to join the tour at: facebook.com/artlitlab
See more at: http://isthmus.com/events/bike-the-art/
(MADISON, WI) Arts + Literature Laboratory (ALL) and The Bubbler at Madison Public Library are pleased to announce Madison’s second Bike the Art event. This monthly curated bicycle tour of Madison art spaces will take place on Saturday, October 8, 2016, beginning at 12:45pm with an exhibition of sculptures and installations by UW art students at Allen Centennial Garden, followed by a stop at the Class of 1925 Gallery presented by WUD Art in the Memorial Union to see photographs by Colette Girard. The tour will continue with another interactive, food-focused art experience led by The Bubbler’s artists-in-residence, Spatula&Barcode, along with new exhibitions by Bernadette Witzack, Robert Lundberg, Nate Otto, and Christine Olson, plus a special, limited-time Lovey Town exhibition from Gyan Shrosbree. We will then walk across the street to the James Watrous Gallery for the Beading Culture exhibition by Oneida artists. The next stop will be the group exhibition You Can’t Take it With You, curated by Erica Hess, at the Commonwealth Gallery. We’ll proceed to Table Wine on Atwood for an exhibition and artist talk by Trent Miller (with wine samples), and then Bare Knuckle Arts for the Camerabatics teen photography exhibition and a hands-on polaroid project. The final stop will be at Arts + Literature Laboratory’s new exhibition It Can Happen Here, juried by Reginald Baylor, and the participatory Bandit Poetry Project from 4:00-5:00pm.
This event is FREE and open to the public. Participants are welcome to join the tour at any stage. We will share the group’s location via social media throughout the evening to make it easy to join in.
BIKE THE ART SCHEDULE
Allen Centennial Garden
620 Babcock Drive
Class of 1925 Gallery in Memorial Union
800 Langdon Street
The Bubbler at Madison Central Library
201 W. Mifflin Street
James Watrous Gallery
201 State Street
100 S. Baldwin Street
2045 Atwood Avenue #111
Bare Knuckle Arts
1949 Winnebago Street
Arts + Literature Laboratory
2021 Winnebago Street
More information about the exhibitions and participating organizations will be posted online at biketheart.org as it becomes available.