Angela M Johnson, a current MFA student in the Art Department at UW-Madison shared a video about her recent Master of Fine Arts Exhibition at the Central Library Branch of the Madison Public Library. Her installation is a combination of photography, book arts and personal history. Click on the video to listen to her description of her show.
Archived entries for Exhibitions
The second of three “Little Galleries” slated to be open in Madison, Wisconsin had a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, July 12, 2013 at 5:00 PM on its site at Monroe Street Framing. Rachel Bruya and her collaborator Jeremy Wineberg have plans to open a third “Little Gallery” on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus soon. Artist Scott Espeseth is the featured artist in this exhibition. More photos of the ribbon cutting can be seen at Little Monore Gallery ribbon cutting. You can read more about the event on the Ithmus | Daily Page.
Faculty Associate and UW-Madison alumni Michael Velliquette’s exhibition at Edgewood College Art Gallery literally jumps off the wall. His cut paper assemblages are paired with text by Quan Barry. If you were unable to visit the exhibit when it was installed, take a moment to see photos of the Loose Strife exhibition at this link.
Katie Garth and three of her fellow students installed Marvel House, a week-long exhibition too explore the brilliance, allure, and ethical complexities of the circus world and imagines the gallery as spectacle.
Four local artists and the Project Lodge present: Marvel House. This week-long exhibition explores the brilliance, allure, and ethical complexities of the circus world and imagines the gallery as spectacle.The artist show works of a variety of media, including drawings, paintings, prints, and installations. The exhibition will run from September 22-29.
Saturday was a beautiful sun filed day. When my colleague Gail Simpson called to ask advice on taking a photograph of Vanishing Point, Actual Size Artworks piece in the 2010 Wisconsin Triennial at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, I jumped at the change to go outside and stroll along State Street. Vanishing Point stands 20 feet high and is on display inside the corner window area of the museum. Make sure to see the exhibition. More photographs of Vanishing Point can be seen by visiting the Actual Size Artwork photos at my site, or by going to Gail Simpson and Aris Georgiades’s Actual Size Artworks site.