Two artists seek to explore issues of race, class, gender, and bias during their time as artists-in-residence at the Madison Public Library. Their ongoing public art pieces, collectively titled “Our Madison“, invite any and all members of the community to participate in the conversation, which in one piece takes the form of an enormous wall […]
Ben Zoltak has been an artist all his life, experimenting with countless forms and mediums over the years. But his most recent endeavor involves a towering mass of concrete, a mosaic of recycled junk, and an increasingly threatened bird species. Ben plans to build enormous sculptures all around the country to serve as nesting locations […]
Madison’s Sherman Neighborhood Association is asking its residents to help spiff things up a bit, make some art and bring a piece of public art home to display in their front yards. Artists Alexis London and Sue Marth visited the Buzz on May 18th to share their plans for the project.
Is Governor Walker’s get-tough approach with Food Stamp recipients rooting out fraud, or just scapegoating the poor? And what’s with those half a cow sculptures touring the state? The Center for Investigative Journalism’s Bill Lueders and Kate Golden joined the Monday Buzz on May 4th to share their newest stories.
“Arizona’s premier Hip Hop duo Shining Soul, show that the element of rap still is a conduit for revolutionary change. Shining Soul brings to light the social injustices that attack their daily lives, such as the criminalization and militarization of indigenous and immigrant communities… “
More from Madison’s Blink Grant program. Anders Zanichkowsky, Elsa Noterman, Karin Wolf are going to help us”Map Madison’s Racial Geographies.”