Right now in Wisconsin, much of the meaningful work in energy planning and climate change mitigation is happening through local government and the businesses and organizations that support their efforts.
Sculptor Gerit Grimm mines a remarkable range of sources for her sculpture.
Despite proposed federal withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, the U.S. is home to multiple actors working to address climate change locally and as part of the international effort.
UW-Madison student Kendl Kobbervig created a story map as a way visually present highlights from the Shifting Currents report.
When you turn on the lights or turn up the air conditioner, do you ever wonder what powers up the energy on the other side of the switch?
Karen Ann Hoffman and Melanie Tallmadge Sainz share their perspective on supporting and promoting Native art and artists.
While there is room for growth, local governments are leading the expansion renewable energy and efficiency in communities across Wisconsin.
I spend a lot of time thinking about how climate change impacts Wisconsin. And that’s not just because it’s part of my job directing the Climate & Energy program at the Academy.
If a tree falls in the Northwoods, does anyone hear it? I’ve often thought of how this philosophical question applies to a visual art practice, and it often makes me wonder what kind of artwork occurs in the Northwoods of Wisconsin.
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Wisconsin Academy Administrative Offices and Steenbock Gallery
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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