The ArtWrite Collective is a Dane County based art education organization that works with LGBTQ youth, people of color and young women to cultivate a culture of resilience. Among its objectives, ArtWrite aims to “foster economically viable professional opportunities for artists engaged in anti-oppression work.” Our own Harry Gilbert spoke with Alaura Seidl, Molly Leimontas, […]
In 2012, composer Ryan Scott Oliver debuted his musical 35mm, inspired by, and featuring his partner Matthew Murphy’s photography. Music Theatre of Madison’s current production of 35mm goes a step yet further. The company has invited 11 local photographers to create new photos based on songs in the musical, which will be projected during the […]
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.
The Madison Police Department’s new mental health unit is up and running. The Monday Buzz talks to mental health Officer Carlin Becker about how things are going.
Frankie Flood from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s Digital Craft Lab is making low-cost, functional prosthetic hands, on the cheap, with 3D printer technology.
Steve Tomasko reads his poem “Knock on Wood.”