Leslie Iwai’s installation for the James Watrous Gallery, Daughter Cells: Inheritance, Separation and Survival, is an investigation of family relationships at both the cellular and emotional level: what we inherit, how we separate, and what we choose to retain and pass on.
A conversation with Allison Welch about her art practice and the inspiration for her current project, Meet Allison: an American Girl.
The Archive as a River will be on view at the Foster Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, from November 4-23, 2016.
In late August of 1906, Mrs. Anna Carlton announced her intention to drown herself in the Chippewa River. Her disappearance soon after led many to believe she had followed through on her promise.
Wide Eyed is intended to be a breathing body of images, a space to bounce and veer and double back while maintaining the sensation of being in a place of familiarity without specificity.
A stellar group of historians, artists, and poets offered insights into Vanderbilt's pioneering work with visual materials this fall
A James Watrous Gallery-hosted discussion of the life and work of photographer, archivist, visual thinker, and bricoleur Paul Vanderbilt.
Over a two-year period, I walked the 480-mile Yellowstone Trail through Wisconsin in an effort to understand the state of the State—and the Union.
Curator, photographer, librarian, archivist, Monuments Man, teacher, philosopher, flaneur, iconographer—Paul Vanderbilt was all these things
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