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Last Glacier Page Turning Video Image

The Last Glacier collective has created two monumental artists’ books  that feature their original woodcut prints and photographs.

Emily Arthur Webslide

Join the Wisconsin Academy at our James Watrous Gallery to celebrate the closing of Emily Arthur’s paired exhibits, “Re-membering” and

ROMO Page Turning Video Image

The Last Glacier collective has created two monumental artists’ books that feature their original woodcut prints and photographs.

Emily Arthur, Remember, Owl, 2021. Lithograph, 18 x 20 in. Editioned by Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts.

A solo exhibit of work by Emily Arthur, whose art practice is informed by a concern for the environment, displacement, exile, and return. Paired with an exhibit of prints by Indigenous artists from local collections.

Crop of Todd Anderson's Tyndall Glacier, ROMO–The Last Glacier

Three artists collaborate to capture the majesty of Earth's remaining glaciers.

Matthew Warren Lee, The Diligent Truth.

Meet the artists, mingle with friends, and celebrate these two exciting exhibitions!

Bruce Crownover, Taylor Glacier (ROMO)

Deeply concerned about our global future, these artists make exquisite work that considers our fragile present from the perspective of deep time.

Jack Damer will share insights and answer questions about his work, his techniques, and his career as a professor at UW.

Wisconsin printmaker William Weege’s legacy lies with the artists he worked with and the land he restored, as well as in his own groundbreaking creations. Photo copyright © 2021 by Richard Graves. Used by permission.

Wisconsin printmaker William Weege’s legacy lies with the artists he worked with and the land he restored, as well as in his own groundbreaking creations.

SV Medaris, G.O.S. Sow (detail). Hand-colored and reduction linocut, 8 x 10 inches.

When people think of Wisconsin, they think of farms. While farms both large and small dot our pastoral lanscapes, images of cows, barns, and cornfields are almost as ubiquitous.

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