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 […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon discusses the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s exhibit Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective, with painters and UW-Madison art professors Leslie Smith III and Derrick Buisch. The show runs through May 22, and Buisch will be talking about it at MMOCA on May 12 as part of the ticketed Under The Influence series. […]
In this episode, reporter Matthew Zmudka spoke to, and made a cyanotype with, local artist Anders Zanichkowsky. Preparing for a three-week expedition to the Arctic, Zanichkowsky takes a research approach to his art and studies concepts of space and light in his work. You’ll hear ice, snow, and water as we make a cyanotype on […]
Emily and fellow Polka! Press member Lesley Numbers joined the Monday Buzz to share what makes printmaking so unique and to give us the lowdown on their upcoming fundraiser, set for Sunday, July 12th at 1019 Williamson Street.
What is printmaking? Learn more about printmaking on this edition of APA!
Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. joined the 8 O’Clock Buzz on Friday, April 12, 2013. Kennedy is a printer, well known for his social commentary in his posters. He is a rarity, working as a Letter Press Printer in an age of digital media. He sat down with Norman Stockwell to talk about the craft of letter […]