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Andy Adams offers a glimpse inside Flak Photo

Flak Photo is a Madison-based online magazine devoted to the distinctive work of photobloggers from around the world. In an effort to convey the thematic and geographical breadth and depth of images featured on the award-winning Web site, editor-publisher Andy Adams shares a selection of photographs by ten Flak Photo contributors. >More
 Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School teaches Madison a lesson

When Angela Richardson and Glenn Watson conducted the first session of Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School in Madison on a Sunday in late April, they weren't certain what kind of turnout to expect. >More
 Presenting Lewis Koch's 'Garageography Version 3.0.7'

Those of you misfortunate enough to have missed the visionary Madison-based artist Lewis Koch's most recent garage installation last year -- and those of you who saw it and were sufficiently blown away to now be tumbled by waves of nostalgia at the mere mention of it -- can now enjoy a second look. >More
 Anywhere, U.S.A.

With the summer travel season under way, many of us will be spending time on the highways or in natural places like lakes and forests. Two new side-by-side exhibitions at the Wisconsin Academy's James Watrous Gallery explore these sorts of American places in ways that are fresh and surprisingly complementary despite their different approaches. >More
 We the jury

The Triennial is the result of an extensive jurying process that involves MMoCA curator of exhibitions Jane Simon, curator of education Sheri Castelnuovo and museum director Stephen Fleischman. >More
 Stephen Milanowski

Photographer Stephen Milanowski's work in the Triennial is a departure from what most local viewers have seen. Known for his frank, unguarded portraits of people in public settings like fairs and parades, Milanowski is represented here by photographs of the built environment, such as factory interiors and business exteriors. >More
 Jennifer Angus

Madison art enthusiasts currently have a chance to get a double dose of Jennifer Angus' remarkable work. In addition to her prominently sited work in the Wisconsin Triennial, Angus' installation "Silver Wings and Golden Scales" is on view at the Chazen Museum of Art through June 24. >More
 Rooms with a view

The 2007 Triennial makes the most of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art's expansive new space in the Overture Center, using not only the State Street, main and new media galleries, but also the lobby, a corridor and the rooftop sculpture garden. MMoCA finally has the kind of space it needs to display its signature showcase of contemporary Wisconsin art to full effect. >More
 Dr. Sketchy's debut in Madison was divine!

Sunday was hot, and not just due to pressure systems and jet streams. The temperature was on-the-rizzah at the High Noon Saloon, where the darlings of Cherry Pop Burlesque hosted Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School, a sketch-a-hot-scantily-clad-mom who-could-kick-your-ass event. >More
 The lost world

A traveling exhibition now on view at the Chazen Museum explores ancient Stabiae, as well as current plans for an archeological park at the site, in the modern-day southern Italian city of Castellammare di Stabia. 'In Stabiano: Exploring the Ancient Seaside Villas of the Roman Elite' is a fascinating document of a vanished world. >More
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