If it’s hard to find an affordable apartment in Madison, imagine trying to find a place where you can paint an enormous canvas in oil paints, or to weld a 12-foot tall sculpture, or practice with your large drum corps. Back in 2011, the Madison Cultural Plan concluded that “Madison is a community rich with […]
Printmaker Lesley Ann Numbers has a busy spring ahead of her. She’ll be participating in this Saturday’s Print and Resist Zine Fest. As April’s Artist in Residence at the Madison Central Library, she’ll be inhabiting the library’s Bubbler Room for the month and organizing and presenting a half dozen workshops. She’ll also be presenting a […]
The Madison College Board unanimously voted to increase the college’s programming and presence in South Madison and to lease the current downtown campus. Today Carousel talks with Madison College Board Chair Frances Huntley-Cooper and Vice Chair Shawn W. Pfaff about this monumental decision and the vision they see for Madison College.
Last night, the Madison College District Board voted unanimously to expand their campus in south Madison. They plan to give up their downtown campus and lease out their building in order to pay for it. There was high interest among Madison’s communities of color and a packed turnout at the meeting. Molly Stentz was there […]
(WORT) — This week we cover protests on campus over the arrest of a student graffiti artist, a proposal to expand Madison College on the city’s south side and Tone Madison editor Scott Gordon remembers local country singer Owen Mays.
The Madison College class of Dr. Dee Soles presents their research findings in response to the Race to Equity Report…This fall’s class is the second class who are eager to share their work with WORT listeners. There are about 25-30 of them!