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Mae Saul

Two weeks ago I saw what 30,000+ picnicking Madisonians look like. 30,000 people in downtown Madison is a lot of people, but the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra (WCO) regularly attracts that many concert... Read More

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Nicole Kite

Twice a week my summer commute takes me up the interstate, past classic old red barns, silos, pastures, and – if I’m lucky – horses, to downtown Reedsburg, where I join a small... Read More

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Jessie Wright
A Summer in Artist-Led Community Revitalization
by: Jessie WrightMonday, June 13, 2016

A few weekends ago, I spent the afternoon walking around Art-A-Whirl, the largest open studio event in the country. For three days in the Arts District of Northeast Minneapolis, artists fling open... Read More

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Jun Hwa Jeong
Say Thanks to Philanthropy: Leaving Wisconsin
by: Jun Hwa JeongTuesday, May 17, 2016

I knew it. Time flies fast like a spring in Madison. While having been a student for the last two years, now I am about to be back to my original role, an arts administrator in a government agency,... Read More

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