ArtWrite Artists Serve as Bubbler Artists-in-Residence

Artists Rhea Ewing, Jay Ludden, and Alaura Seidl of the ArtWrite Collective are the artists-in-residence at the Bubbler of Madison Public Library this April and May 2016!

Through our Imagining Worlds residency, we’ll dream up and visualize healthy and just futures alongside library patrons. Through giant books, talking paintings, expressive food, and other experiments, we’ll overtake the Bubbler with visions for what a thriving world might look, smell, taste, sound, and feel like. We’ll need your help building our otherwordly installations!

Find our schedule of workshops and open studio hours here or drop in to the Bubbler at Madison’s central library to contribute to ongoing projects.

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^Youth and adults from Teen Pride Arts (cohosted by GSAFE and ArtWrite Collective), local gender & sexuality alliance clubs, and open studio hours at the Bubbler have been contributing to a wall of mirror self portraits. We imagine a world where everyone is seen and safe.

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^Artist Jay Ludden set up an interactive display on the TV at the Bubbler room. Go walk in front of it and join our playful world!

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^Folks from all over town are writing and drawing about their ideas for the perfect world. Add your ideas to the wall!

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^We imagine a world where everyone is allowed to take up space. Drop in and get your self portrait up on the Bubbler window (through friendship and magic)!

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^A Bubbler visitor helped us install art pieces in the hall across from the Bubbler for the youth homelessness campaign project that we’ve been working on. These small art pieces were made by teens all over town to share messages of hope and compassion for folks experiencing housing insecurity. Some folks shared their personal experiences of camping out, staying with strangers, couch surfing. Drop in to the Bubbler room to see the companion piece, a traveling mural, in progress. Keep an eye out for the campaign to officially launch!

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