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201 W. Mifflin Street
Madison, WI

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016

DIANE ENDRES BALLWEG GALLERY (3RD FLOOR)

LUCK OF THE DRAW

LUCK OF THE DRAW (VOL. 1) IS A SURVEY SHOW OF 75 CONTEMPORARY DRAWING BY ARTISTS FROM ACROSS THE UNITED STATESAT THE END OF THE SHOW RUN INSTEAD OF RECEIVING THEIR OWN WORK BACK, ARTISTS WILL RECEIVE A RANDOMLY SELECTED DRAWING BY ANOTHER ARTIST FROM THE SHOW. 

 

SECOND FLOOR

BETWEEN TWO LAKES - BRAD BARANOWSKI

A NATIVE OF RURAL NORTHEAST OHIO, BRAD BARANOWSKI LIVES IN MADISON, WI, HE IS SHOOTING MORE AND MORE WITH FILM THESE DAYS, AND WATCHES FAR FEWER NOVA SPECIALS. WHEN NOT BEING A PHOTOGRAPHER, HE MOONLIGHTS AS A DOCTORAL STUDENT IN HISTORY.

BARANOWSKI INTERVIEW ON WORT 89.9 FM MADISON

FIRST FLOOR

BUBBLER MADE

BUBBLER MADE is an annual show of work made in The Bubbler.  The drawings on display come from Drink and Draw, Everybody Drawing Everything All at Once and Night Light Luck of the Draw events and from drop-in drawing at The Bubbler during January. Exercise your creativity and drop-in anytime at the Bubbler Room on the ground floor of the Central Library where there are drawing supplies on hand.

Check out future drawing events for January and February at http://madisonbubbler.org/artist-in-residence/

RACIAL JUSTICE MAPS OF MADISON

ANDERS ZANICHKOWSKY AND ELSA NOTERMAN

Effigy Mound Map of Colonized Isthmus (Feb 1 – 7): A mixed-media piece illustrating the relation between effigy mounds and current road system.

Tree Map of Ho-Chunk and Colonized Isthmus (Feb 8 – 14): A glimpse through current tree cover to the historic bur oak savanna landscape.

“Free The 350” Decarceration Map of Madison (Feb 15 – 20): This gigantic woodcut map was printed in a public performance about eliminating racism in our criminal justice system.

“Day in the Life” Homeless Map of Madison (Feb 21 – 29): Come see Madison mapped out in the daily paths of people experiencing homelessness as they work, live, and move through the city.

This project was funded by a BLINK! grant with fiscal sponsorship by the Social Justice Center.

THROUGHOUT THE CENTRAL LIBRARY

CREAM WORLD - ERIC GERMAN



Eric German is an artist creating drawings, installations, sculptures and 3D prints out of his Midwest studio The Rainbow Factory. His work is about world creation and form invention, drawing inspiration from video game culture, industrial design and architecture, and the history of drawing and spatial projection/representation. Exhibition up through March.