Madison Public Library’s bubbler program likes to break the rules about what you can do in a library. Each month we check in with the Bubbler’s resident artists to find out what things they’re making, creating or showing off. This week, we have artist Faisal Abdul’Allah, who’s been working with Madison area teens on a […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon discusses the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s exhibit Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective, with painters and UW-Madison art professors Leslie Smith III and Derrick Buisch. The show runs through May 22, and Buisch will be talking about it at MMOCA on May 12 as part of the ticketed Under The Influence series. […]
On Friday, May 6th, WORT 89.9 FM Community Radio joins the explosion of art in Madison during Gallery Night. A retrospective exhibit of fine-arts prints, created specially for WORT pledge drives, will be held at the Yellow Rose Gallery, located at 122 State Street (2nd floor), from 5:00 till 9:00 p.m. The exhibit features art […]
Artists Shane McAdams and Tom Berenz share the bill this month at the Overture Center James Watrous Gallery with two “side by side solo exhibitions.” Berenz’s “Towards the North,” and McAdams’s “Beat a Path and Make it Fast” feature recent works from both artists. The exhibit, sponsored by the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, runs through May 8.
Shane McAdams and Tom Berenz spoke about their exhibitions with host Brian Standing.
100 State, the largest of Madison’s entries into the growing cohort of membership-based coworking sites, has developed an artistic arm, dubbed 100 Arts. 100 Arts threw a gallery opening party for itself Saturday. The new exhibit runs through April 28th and is entitled “Intimate Systems” and features 25 artists exploring the intersection of science and art. Brian Standing spoke with Carlos Gacharná, manager and head curator at 100 Arts, about the exhibition and plans of 100arts on the Monday 8 O’Clock Buzz.
Milwaukee’s Fresh Perspective Collective has mounted a rare exhibit in Madison’s Overture Center Playhouse Gallery, focusing on art from an African American male perspective. They held an opening event on Friday, and the exhibit runs through February 28th.
Brian Standing spoke with two members of the Collective, Bennie Higgins and Michael Ward, about their work and exhibition on the Monday 8 O’Clock Buzz.