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Interview

The James Watrous Gallery's Randall Berndt and Martha Glowacki.

There was no way of knowing what a great success the James Watrous Gallery in Overture Center for the Arts would be when its doors opened on Sunday, September 19, in 2004.

My love of drawing and illustration is what got me into graphic design in the first place, and comics were a big part of that.

First off, congratulations on your collection The Sleeve Waves winning the Felix Pollak poetry prize.

Systems for Abstraction is an exhibition at the James Watrous Gallery featuring three Wisconsin artists who use abstraction as a way to organize and present their views of the world.

Systems for Abstraction is an exhibition at the James Watrous Gallery featuring three Wisconsin artists who use abstraction as a way to organize and present their views of the world.

Systems for Abstraction is an exhibition at the James Watrous Gallery featuring three Wisconsin artists who use abstraction as a way to organize and present their views of the world.

Your newest collection of prose poems references the classics—classic video games, that is.

In addition to being a poet and a playwright, you are also a Civil Rights activist. How do your ideas from one realm influence another?

Editor and publisher of the critically acclaimed Graphic Classics®, a series of illustrated comic adaptations of classic literature, Tom Pomplun was born and raised in Whitewater, Wisconsin.

For years Jim Stevens and Kimberly Blaeser have promoted the exploration of poetry and creative writing among Native American peoples, fostering expression and examination of Native culture through the written word in formal and informal c

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