Escape with a road trip to the wonderful world of artists’ studios and personal galleries by visiting the 2021 Spring Art Tour stops, Friday through Sunday June 4, 5 and 6. Explore unique artist locations while you journey along the hills and valleys of Black Earth, Blanchardville, Blue Mounds, Mazomanie, Mount Horeb, New Glarus, and […]
Calling both Guatemala City and Madison home, artist Hellen Ascoli uses traditional Guatemalan weaving techniques to make politically pointed art and to develop education curricula that reach across cultures. Ascoli is currently an artist in residence at the Madison Public Library’s Bubbler program.
A fund supporting local women artists is now in its second year, and has announced the selection of two Madison Latina artists as the recipients of grants to help further their work. The Women Artists Forward Fund aims to help combat inequities in the art community and push for gender parity in the arts. […]
After two weeks of being closed, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is re-opening its physical doors to the public on September 25. Features contributor KT Howard checks in with Marni McEntee, director of communications at MMoCA, about current and upcoming fall exhibitions. Updated information about museum hours and exhibits can be found on its […]
Since March, theaters across Madison have turned on the ghost light, a single light to keep the stage lit between performances. Features contributor Katie Howard learned what the Bartell Community Theater Foundation is doing to power its ghost light. Click here for more information about Bartell Theater.
Boombox the Lockdown was a virtual “simultaneous listening” event hosted by WORT that took place on Sunday, May 3 noon-5 pm. This was the 3rd Community Boombox event hosted by WORT, following Boombox the Wasteland in June 2011 and BBTW 2 in September 2013 which were co-produced and organized by musician, producer and community activist Wendy […]