Spring 2018 Exhibition Cycle
TUE, MAR 13 – SUN, JUN 3
Reception: FRI, MAY 4, 6 PM – 8 PM | Promenade Lounge
Artist talk and community conversation begins at 6:15 PM
Gallery I – Water is Life
Water. It sustains us, cleanses us and quenches our thirst. In the not-too-distant past, clean water was considered an endless resource. Recent developments from the Flint water crisis to pipeline protests are raising concerns about access to and quality of water, for current and future generations.
Co-curators: Anne M. Connor & Carolyn S. Knorr
Artists: Jennifer Bucheit, Anne Connor, Tim Connor, Marcia Getto, Mary Gordon, Matt Hayner, Carolyn Knorr, Diane Kravetz, Becky McKenzie, Rebecca Powers, Howard Schwartz, Lisa Seidman, Don Sylvester, Paul Thoresen, Mariah Wooster-Lehman & John Wright
Gallery I sponsored by the Arts Access Fund, a component fund of the Madison Community Foundation, Webcrafters-Frautschi Foundation and by contributions to Overture Center for the Arts.
Gallery II – Redefining Narratives – Erika Herrera, Dakota Mace & David Dexheimer
This exhibition explores cultural dualities and divides through a contemporary lens. Herrera’s ethereal black and white photographs express her duality as a Mexican American. The intricate weavings of Mace re-contextualize traditional Diné (Navajo) practices, while creating a dialogue on cultural appropriation. Dexheimer’s expressive paintings chronicle recent conflicts between police & the public.
Cultural Dualities Through a Contemporary Lens
WED, APR 4, 6 PM | Promenade Hall | FREE
Artists’ talk and community conversation with Erika Herrera, Dakota Mace and David Dexheimer.
Gallery II sponsored by the Arts Access Fund, a component fund of the Madison Community Foundation and by contributions to Overture Center for the Arts.
Gallery III – Season of Shadows – Alaura Borealis and Community Participants
In this social project, Borealis interviews trans and nonbinary peers about gender and creates performances, installations and events around pressing themes. The exhibited collection of transcripts, photographs and other artifacts represents collaborating artists’ metaphors for being queer today.
Artmaking with Borealis
SAT, MAY 12, 12-4 PM | Wisconsin Studio | FREE
Join Alaura Borealis & friends in an open studio for an afternoon of art making! We’ll be building metaphors and cultivating feelings with shadows and talk gender, play with light and make messes in this drop-in studio open to all ages.
Gallery III sponsored by the Arts Access Fund, a component fund of the Madison Community Foundation and by contributions to Overture Center for the Arts.
Monday – Thursday, 9 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday, 9 AM – 9 PM
Saturday, 10:30 AM – 9 PM
Sunday, 12 PM – 5 PM
For more information about exhibits, please contact our Community and Education Program Manager, Beth Racette at email@example.com / 608.258.4169