Artist Talks and Curator Talks 

Join curators and artists for an inspiring forum of conversation as they discuss their work and their journey of experiences.
Curator Talk | Wisconsin Women—Rebels, Movers, and Shakers
Saturday, September 18 | 2:00 • MOWA Atrium

Director of Exhibitions Graeme Reid examines four of Wisconsin’s historical artists who changed our art community by challenging expectations: Lydia Ely, Elsa Ulbricht, Charlotte Partridge, and Miriam Frink. Free for members. Walk-ins welcome.

Missed the in-person talk? Catch a pre-recorded version of the talk on Facebook and YouTube. The video will premiere on Saturday, October 18 at 3:00 and be available for on demand viewing after that.

   

Image for Curator Talk | Wisconsin Women—Rebels, Movers, and ShakersLydia Ely, courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society
Virtual Talk | Desconstructing Narratives
Watch the replay on YouTube

Claiming Space exhibiting artists Niki Johnson and Valaria Tatera discuss the use of nontraditional media in their work to draw attention to political and personal themes. Moderated by Curator of Public Programs Ally Wilber. Streamed live on Facebook and YouTube.

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Image for Virtual Talk | Desconstructing NarrativesArtwork: Niki Johnson, "Fitting in with the Squares (Self-Portrait)," 2019. Photo by Jim Escalante

Artist Talks and Curator Talks are free with membership. Become a member today!

Questions? Contact Ally Wilber at 262-247-2270 or awilber@wisconsinart.org