@ the Watrous Gallery
While scientists are tracking how Wisconsin’s plant communities are affected by climate change, artists, too, are observing and recording these changes.
Leap. It’s a word that artist and amateur naturalist Gaylord Schanilec uses frequently. In fact, Schanilec lives by the leap, often choosing artistic projects that require him to leap, both technically and conceptually.
It’s taken me a while to realize it, but I’ve come to see that the Midwest is actually a perfect place to make a creative life.
Contemporary artists Helen Lee and Anne Kingsbury share an exploration of language as a central theme in their work.
Instead of creating monuments for death and war, artist Terese Agnew makes monuments to transformative ideas and events from Wisconsin’s past.
Gerit Grimm and Gina Litherland are contemporary Wisconsin artists inspired by the imaginations of long ago.
Making marks—scratching in the sand, carving into a branch, or marking stone with a charred stick—is a primal human activity.
The collaboration behind Leslie Iwai's Daughter Cells: Inheritance, Separation & Survival.
Raised beadwork has powerful cultural and historic meanings for the Oneida Nation.
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Wisconsin Academy Administrative Offices and Steenbock Gallery
1922 University Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53726
James Watrous Gallery of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters
3rd Floor, Overture Center for the Arts
201 State Street
Madison, WI 53703