Madison families and young professionals aren’t mincing words. They say the city’s rental market is “a nightmare,” “verging on highly unaffordable” and turning into “an absolute [expletive] housing crisis.”
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(Image credit: Madison Magazine)
If Madison wants a thriving art scene, advocates see a need for a larger city investment in public art.
As it turns out, that’s about to happen.
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(Above image credit: artist Panmela Castro with photo by Anarkia Boladona)
This was a large package of stories for Madison Magazine on the city’s public art scene, including information about new funding, new projects, the efforts of local non-profits and what’s going on in neighboring cities’ art scenes.
Other articles include:
Attention-grabbing installations can be found throughout the city (link)
Other area cities add to constellation of public art (link)
Dane Arts Mural Arts brings artists and buildings together (link)
Ray Chi’s ‘The People’s Pronouns’ (link)