You settle into the couch with a cup of hot tea. In a beam of light at just the right angle, you stroke the cover of your book club’s latest selection, crack the spine, take a long, deep inhale of new-book smell, and start to read.
At nine a.m. on a perfect late summer day in a series of perfect late summer days, the temperature is starting to climb from a 65-degree low, the dew point is low, and the sky is merry with clouds.
Within days of the prescribed burn in April, the forbs and grasses of the Marlin Johnson Prairie emerged and began hardening, greening.
Three public health experts in Wisconsin provide invigorating insights as they share their experiences working on Covid-related research.
I’ve accepted the idea that art and architecture are one and the same… anything you call separately as art, whether it be sculpture, or painting, or mosaic, or any other form of expression, it must be an integrated part of the whole.
Although this year is off to an unusually dry start, it is likely to stand out as an anomaly among the wetter and warmer years that are forecast to come.
The creative sector of Northern Wisconsin, prior to the pandemic, was supported primarily by visitors searching for escape and enchantment.
A good death means finding peace at the end of one’s life, and it is part of the beauty of the full cycle of life, something to strive for, for ourselves and for those we love.
In much of the state, these rocks are hidden from view, covered by a deposit called “drift.” Understanding the nature and source of drift was one of the first strands of our landscape web that nineteenth century geologists needed to untangle.
Milwaukee muralist Aisha Valentín vividly remembers the first time she picked up a can of spray paint.
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1922 University Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
James Watrous Gallery
3rd Floor, Overture Center for the Arts
201 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: 608.733.6633 x25