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Local designer and printmaker, Craig Grabhorn, did a series of pop-in screen printing classes at all the neighborhood libraries. 

Local designer and printmaker, Craig Grabhorn, did a series of pop-in screen printing classes at all the neighborhood libraries. 

The Bubbler hosts a series called Night Light on the first Friday of every month. Events vary and have featured groups such as Give & Take, Madison Storytellers, Sign Painter's Movie. The above photograph is from MadRunway  in May 2014- where local fashion designers showed their recent creations. 

The Bubbler hosts a series called Night Light on the first Friday of every month. Events vary and have featured groups such as Give & Take, Madison Storytellers, Sign Painter's Movie. The above photograph is from MadRunway  in May 2014- where local fashion designers showed their recent creations. 

The Bubbler brought The Sketchbook Project to town in August. The event brought big crowds- who stopped by and looked at sketchbooks submitted from people all over the country. 

The Bubbler brought The Sketchbook Project to town in August. The event brought big crowds- who stopped by and looked at sketchbooks submitted from people all over the country. 

As part of the art exhibition series, The Bubbler selected a variety of video artist to display their works at the library. This above photo features Katie Schaag's work. 

As part of the art exhibition series, The Bubbler selected a variety of video artist to display their works at the library. This above photo features Katie Schaag's work. 

The Bubbler featured a variety of Artist-in-Residence who transformed the space with their artwork and creative stations for patrons to make their own art. The above photograph is from Anthology's Sachi and Laura Komai stint.

The Bubbler featured a variety of Artist-in-Residence who transformed the space with their artwork and creative stations for patrons to make their own art. The above photograph is from Anthology's Sachi and Laura Komai stint.

The Media Lab provides a variety of workshops includes stop motion animation.

The Media Lab provides a variety of workshops includes stop motion animation.

Artist-in-Residence Victor Castro ( of USgathering) demonstrating his use of recyclable materials in his art. 

Artist-in-Residence Victor Castro ( of USgathering) demonstrating his use of recyclable materials in his art. 

The Bubbler's Art Exbition Series kicked off this year and has been very well received. This photo was from the FlakPhoto Midwest Print Show.

The Bubbler's Art Exbition Series kicked off this year and has been very well received. This photo was from the FlakPhoto Midwest Print Show.

The Bubbler dedicated three days to The Big Draw - where Madisonians could participate in a variety of drawing events. 

The Bubbler dedicated three days to The Big Draw - where Madisonians could participate in a variety of drawing events. 

A popular series for The Bubbler has been Meet Your Maker - held on Saturdays at the Bubbler. Various makers not only showed their works, but held workshops to demonstrated how they make their art. This photo was from Tanya Cunningham's Machine Knitting session. 

A popular series for The Bubbler has been Meet Your Maker - held on Saturdays at the Bubbler. Various makers not only showed their works, but held workshops to demonstrated how they make their art. This photo was from Tanya Cunningham's Machine Knitting session. 

During a yarn knitting / bombing session at the Bubbler various object were covered in yarn - from book carts to this bike. 

During a yarn knitting / bombing session at the Bubbler various object were covered in yarn - from book carts to this bike. 

Through Art Inside teens worked to transform the empty spaces of the county's detention center, creating a site specific art installation that was developed by the group and that used their inorganic debris generated every day.

Through Art Inside teens worked to transform the empty spaces of the county's detention center, creating a site specific art installation that was developed by the group and that used their inorganic debris generated every day.