Thom Jones will be interviewing Megan Slankard, a San Francisco based singer songwriter who usually spends a lot of touring time in Wisconsin each year. That was, obviously, thwarted this year much to the disappointment of fans and musicians. Megan’s voice is powerful as are her songwriting skills; her lyrics have lifted many a sagging spirit. […]
People are talented in more than one thing, artists included, and these talents are too interesting not to share. Hear answers to the question, What is your hidden talent? Featuring: Candie Waterloo and Jamie Prey from the Chazen Museum of Art Kirk Stantis from the Bartell Community Theater Foundation Gary Nauman and Nathan Peterson, creators […]
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 […]
While many offers from the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art have gone digital, one thing has not has not: Rooftop Cinema. In this installment of Staying Artful, features contributor KT Howard checks in with program coordinator Jim Kruel about how the pandemic’s effect on Rooftop Cinema. Click here to see what else MMoCA is doing […]
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.
Everyone had to take an art class in school, right? Oftentimes, these classes served as a stepping stone for today’s artists, allowing them to develop the skills they need to do what they love doing today. So I asked everyone I interviewed so far: What was your favorite art project in school? Learn more about […]