Arts/Culture

Arts/Culture

Visions and Voices - Ep. 296

Roberta Hill, Associate Professor, English and American Indian Studies, UW-Madison
Aaron Birdbear, Graduate Student and Graduate Research Scholar, UW-Madison School of Education
Janice Rice, Outreach Coordinator, College Library, UW-Madison
Lanny Nesoer

The history and stories passed down by Roberta Hill as she tells of her grandparents, Charles Abram Hill and Dr. Lillie Rosa Minoka-Hill.

Arts and Entrepreneurialism - Ep. 295

Megan Blake-Horst, Gallery Manager, Absolutely Art

Meghan Blake-Horst is the gallery manager for a community-based art gallery on the east side of Madison called Absolutely Art. Her gallery showcases affordable art and stresses the importance and impact of buying locally.

Frank Lloyd Wright: Translating a Uniquely American Home...

Virginia Boyd, Professor, School of Human Ecology, UW-Madison

Frank Lloyd Wright was committed to designing a house that reflected a uniquely American way of life. Professor Virginia Boyd identifies several ways he translated his abstract ideas about an appropriate American house form into actual design.

The Arts and Entrepreneurialism - Ep. 247

Toni Sikes, Founder, The Guild

Founder and artistic advisor of The Guild Inc., Toni Sykes talks about how she started her business and where she is today.

The Arts and Entrepreneurialism - Ep. 248

Founder of Oompa Toys, Milanie Cleere tells the story of how she got her business started. They specialize in non-branded, specialty toys, gear and furniture.

Media Ethics Beyond Borders? Journalism Ethics in the...

Stephen Ward, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, UW-Madison

Stephen Ward gives a talk about journalism ethics. He talks about himself, his occupation, and the bigger picture.

For a Limited Time Only and Home - Ep. 223

Ron Wallace, Professor of English, Co-Director Program in Creative Writing, UW-Madison. Marilynne Robinson, Author Two of the Midwest's most beloved writers present their work. Ron Wallace reads from "For a Limited Time Only," his most recent collection of poems. Maryilynne Robinson presents excerpts from her latest novel "Home," a companion piece to her Pulitzer Prize-winning 2006 work,...

Picturing Indians: Photographic Encounters and Tourist...

Janice Rice, Outreach Coordinator, College Library, UW-Madison. Tom Jones, Assistant Professor, Department of Photography, UW-Madison

Janice Rice and Tom Jones offer a Ho-Chunk perspective on Steven Hoelscher's "Picturing Indians: Photographic Encounters and Tourist Fantasies." The book examines H. H. Bennett's work and the Ho-Chunk people he photographed in the Wisconsin Dells area.

Young and Muslim: How Does It Feel to be a Problem? - Ep....

Amitava Kumar, Writer and Journalist, Department of English, Vassar College
Moustafa Vavoumi, Associate Professor, Department of English, CUNY

Moustafa Bavoumi and Amitava Kumar share the stage. Bavoumi wrote a book which tells the stories of seven young Arab and Muslim American. Kumar's book addresses the global war on terror.

Aldo Leopold Foundation Presents: Earth Lessons - Ep. 215

David Orr, Professor, Department of Environmental Studies and Politics, Oberlin Colleger
Andrew Revkin, The New York TInnovations in Medical Education (IME)s Environmental Reporter

Authors David Orr and Andrew Revkin both speak about their books.

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