Ouisconsin — spelled with an francophone O-U-I instead of a W — is, according to pseudo-historian and artist Philip Heckman, “the land of mumbled apologies.” From now until July 31, if you wander through the Sequoya branch of the Madison Public Library, you will find Heckman’s curious anachronism an actual card catalog, filled with typed […]
Hosted by Ex-Fabula and First Unitarian Society of Madison, this community StorySlam theme is “Living Your Truth: Stories of Social Justice, Inclusion, & Saving the Planet”
Join us for a free workshop led by Ex-Fabula. Learn how to craft your story and tell it to an audience. No experience with StorySlams or storytelling needed.
In celebration of Black History Month, today’s episode is about creating new Black history. Guest host Harry Hawkins is joined in the studio by local filmmakers and entrepreneurs Johnny and Marie Justice to discuss the challenges and opportunities of being artists and business-owners as people of color.
Walking the line between fiction and reality, cartoons have the power to convey seemingly complex messages through subtle, and often creative, ways. As a cartoonist, Rodney Lambright Jr. makes use of the surreal imagery to disarm readers with a friendly atmosphere on the surface, but then dives into psychological trauma and the unconscious mind through […]
In this episode, Patty explores the intersection between environmental justice and public health. She is joined in the studio by Monica Vohmann, a practicing family medicine physician and member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, and Jimmy Para, staff attorney at Midwest Environmental Advocates. They discuss the importance of storytelling in helping people to see and […]