articles tagged "Art"

Where do the Giant Lake Sculptures Come From?

Monday, 11 February 2013 | buzz

It wouldn’t be winter in Madison if there weren’t something odd poking up from the Lake Monona ice. Folk Artist Tim Browning talks about his latest decoration on top the ice. more »

Generation Spoken

Monday, 4 February 2013 | buzz
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                  Brian Standing closed the show today with a piece on Madison’s spoken word collective, Generations Spoken. Standing recently attended a performance at the Madison Overture Center and collected excerpts from the performance as well as a few interviews.   Generation spoken will be performaning Sunday, March 24, Sunday, April 21 at 5:30pm Entrance: Free Where: Overture Center, 201 State Street   more »

The Gateway Sculpture Tree

Monday, 28 January 2013 | buzz

  Erika Koivunen, a self proclaimed junk junky, loves well…. junk. She has her own scrap yard in her back yard. Her neighbors love her, she claims, though we didn’t have a neighbor present to verify. She came by the studio today to talk about her most recent project. She is working with the Marquette Neighborhood Association to create a “gateway sculpture tree.” The “Gate Way Sculpture tree,” is going to be a large metal public art piece, to be located between Machinery Row and Gateway Mall.   Erika is currently looking for experienced welders to volunteer some of their time helping to finalize the public piece. Listen to the full interview below.     more »

Spindrift And Tether/Hidden States, A Shared Gallery Space

Monday, 14 January 2013 | buzz
Hidden States (Kaufmann-Buhler)

Trent Miller and Toby Kaufmann-Buhler came by the studio on January 14th to speak about their exciting new side-by-side solo exhibitions on display at the Overture Center for the Arts.   The two pieces, Spindrift and Tether (Miller) and Hidden States (Kaufmann-Buhler), share a gallery space at the Center. Both pieces, unique from one another in medium, share a repetitive process and complex perspective. The artists speak about the experience of sharing a space, the similarities of their pieces and their differences.     The interview can be heard here: more »

Midwest Clay Project

Friday, 2 November 2012 | buzz
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On Friday November 2, our host Jonathan Zarov speaks with Jennifer Lapham, owner and founder of the Midwest Clay Project. Their adult Fall classes will begin this November 5. Jennifer explains the project, “We are a community that offers opportunities to work in clay, and classes for people of all ages and levels of experiences. One of the things that I really like about Midwest Clay Project is this incredible inter-generational community that has really built itself.” She explains that Madison is a strong community when it comes to offering classes in clay, among them including the UW-Madison, MSCR, MATC, Higher Fire, and Fine Earth. The Midwest Clay Project offers classes that teach both basic and advanced level potter’s wheel, hand-building opportunities, and animal/human figure classes. It is a community-based activity, since the nature of the material itself requires a potter’s wheel, Jennifer says. “One of the special things about Midwest Clay Project is that we’re really able to serve that east-side community. A lot of the folks in our studio come right from that east side neighborhood.”   For information about classes and the Midwest Clay Project visit 918 Williamson Street, Madison WI 53703 (608) 255-9240   Listen to the clip here: more »

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