PAST EXHIBITIONS TO BE SAVED
December 2017 - January 2018
Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery (3rd Floor)
Kim CHARLES KAY
SOMEONE TO SOMEBODY SOMEWHERE
Family is a Form: Made & Remade - a collaboration between artist-in-residence, Kim Charles Kay and families from the Post Adoption Resource Center (PARC). Using direct drawing materials, participants created family pictures for current and imagined experiences. Come participate by adding your own take on making and remaking family.
Drawing Utility - a collaboration between artist-in-residence, Kim Charles Kay and youth at a variety of Madison Community Centers. Using direct drawing materials, participants created multiple drawings that will be scanned, reworked, collaged, and printed onto a vinyl wraps that will cover various utility boxes throughout the city of Madison.
Community Art Box Program is sponsored by Madison Arts Commission.
second floor Gallery
Curious by Lindsay Marx: Marx's paintings look at curiosity and daydreaming through a child's world. They also tap into how adults relate to their own curiosities.
First floor Gallery
J. Leigh Garcia & Maria Amalia Wood
JENNIE BASTIAN & Pam Phillips Olson
WHO MATTERS: Intergenerational Photo & Story Project
In August and September of 2017, Madison Senior Center and Madison Public Library teamed up with local photographer Jennifer Bastian and local author Pam Phillips Olson to capture pictures and stories of multigenerational relationships. Families, friends, co-workers, and neighbors participated with only one rule: at least one person in the photo had to be 55 years of age or older. The photos and accompanying stories that came out of these sessions will be on display for the month of December at Madison Public Library and Madison Senior Center.
On Ouisconsin: An Illustrated Historical Catalogue uses a repurposed 15-drawer library card catalogue to describe a fictitious yet familiar land. Each drawer’s contents highlight a different aspect of life in Ouisconsin, “the land of mumbled apologies”. Text and representative artifacts, assembled by author-illustrator Philip Heckman, showcase what defines Ouisconsinites--from their beer to their inventions to their baseball opera. The result is a unique picture of neighbors who sometimes look a lot like us. From October 2017 through January 2018, the "fake history" catalogue will be on display on the second floor landing of Madison's Central Library.
Call for Artists:
The Bubbler at Madison Public Library is currently accepting applications for 2018-2019 exhibitions.