Do our rural communities have a say in the decisions that affect them?
From a clammy basement office in the Academy’s Steenbock Center, Marieli Rowe ran a nonprofit called the National Telemedia Council.
At just over $10 billion, or 3.1% of Wisconsin’s GDP, you might think that the arts and culture sector is doing pretty darn well. It's not.
My wife once asked me why we print photo essays in the magazine. “Photos are everywhere online and everyone has a camera these days,” she said. “So, why bother?”
That feeling you get when the taste of something brings back memories of a more carefree time in your life.
A passion for wild foods can grow in unexpected places.
Our connections to the places we call home transcend easy categorization and are often wrought with contradiction.
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James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters
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Madison, WI 53703
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