This week on the WORT Weekly Wrap-Up: the nonprofit organization Arts and Literature Laboratory gets help from the City for a big transition, more on proposed F-35A jets on Madison’s east side, and check out our stage at the Willy Street Fair this Sunday from noon-7 pm.
Chicago’s Media Burn collective is dedicated to the preservation of and distribution of guerilla television documentaries made in the 1970s and 1980s outside the television industry. Their archives number over 8,000 films. Media Burn asked two American filmmakers: Lori Felker, from Chicago, and Dmitri Devyatkin, from New York and two Russian filmmakers, Dmitri Kalashnikov and […]
Camp – Mindful Making: Artist Journals + Mixed Media August 5- August 9, 1:00-4:00pm each day at Arts + Literature Laboratory (2021 Winnebago St) Fee: $175 Ages: 10-14 years Register in advance: https://artlitlab.org/education/summer-19-youth-camps/camps-for-10-14-year-olds-1-4pm Visit artlitlab.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information Camp description: Join artist Kenzie Engel for a week of intuitive artmaking! Each day, […]
Imagine opening up a box from your favorite CSA farm, only instead of finding a head of lettuce, tomatoes or kohlrabi inside, you find a lithograph, a photograph made with a nineteenth century camera, or an original oil painting. Now imagine that you get a similar box every month. That’s the idea behind the Arts […]