Exhibit

Loud 'n Unchained Black QTDisabled Showcase + Mini Artists Market

Loud 'N Unchained Celebrates Black History Month with and all Black QTDisabled Showcase + Mini Black Artists Market

Featuring LGBTQ and /or Disabled Artists. The stage will also feature DJ Femme Noir and performers: Shasparay Irvin, Basal Jones, Sunshine Raynebow, Warrior Priestess Alikz, MiMi Sanchez, Amethyst Von Trolleberg, R. B. Simon, Lexy Linez, Rain Cooper, Sarah B., and T. S. Banks

Artists represent a wide range of genres and artistic mediums including Poets, Drag, Lyricists, and Musicians!!

Zoozort

A wildly unique opportunity to learn about animals in a fun and exciting way! We truly believe it is important not only to inform and educate people about animals and the world around us, but it also helps teach empathy and respect. We feel that if one can learn to love, care and respect animals, it is the first step in learning to love, care and respect the people with whom we share our earth.

 

Twice in a Lifetime: experience with an exhibition on the Pandemic of 1918 & how it resonates in 2020

In 2018 Micaela Sullivan-Fowler installed an exhibition called "Staggering Losses: WW1 and the Influenza Pandemic of 1918." Little did she know that the exhibition would be shuttered by another Pandemic, the one we are experiencing in 2020. She will give a short background on the exhibition itself, how the "Spanish Flu" affected our local populations and how the exhibition resonated for those who visited. Micaela will also touch on the similarities and differences between the two Pandemics.

Alexander Hamilton: Immigrant, Patriot, Visionary - Traveling Exhibition

Alexander Hamilton was one of the leading Americans who recognized the need for a strong centralized government and understood the structures that were needed to support the new Republic and allow it to grow and flourish. Hamilton's vision, probably more than that of any other Founder, is reflected in the modern America in which we now live.

Green Card Voices Madison Exhibit

Madison Public Library joins local partners in celebrating the diversity of Madison with a series of programs and displays highlighting the experiences of students from Madison and Milwaukee, featured in the forthcoming book Green Card Voices: Immigration Stories from Madison and Milwaukee High Schools

This book and traveling exhibit features 13 first-person narratives from students at James Madison Memorial High School, all of whom arrived in the United States as immigrants or refugees.

Green Card Voices Madison Exhibit

Madison Public Library joins local partners in celebrating the diversity of Madison with a series of programs and displays highlighting the experiences of students from Madison and Milwaukee, featured in the forthcoming book Green Card Voices: Immigration Stories from Madison and Milwaukee High Schools

This book and traveling exhibit features 13 first-person narratives from students at James Madison Memorial High School, all of whom arrived in the United States as immigrants or refugees.

Green Card Voices Madison Exhibit

Madison Public Library joins local partners in celebrating the diversity of Madison with a series of programs and displays highlighting the experiences of students from Madison and Milwaukee, featured in the forthcoming book Green Card Voices: Immigration Stories from Madison and Milwaukee High Schools

This book and traveling exhibit features 13 first-person narratives from students at James Madison Memorial High School, all of whom arrived in the United States as immigrants or refugees.

A Packer Century: 100 Years of Packer History

Jim Rice, will be bringing photos of an extensive memorabilia collection that traces the 100-year history of the Packers from Lambeau to McCarthy at a fairly brisk pace.

Jim has been writing and speaking about Packer history in Wisconsin since 2011. 

As a former history teacher, coach, and school superintendent, sports history has been a lifelong interest of Jim's. He attended Marquette University in the 1970's and has remained in Wisconsin ever since.

LIONHEART Photo Exhibit

In recognition of LGBT Pride Month in June, Madison Public Library will celebrate with thoughtful discussion, inclusive events, and expanded sessions of last year’s popular Drag Queen Storytime.

Local artist Charles Wetzel displays his five-photo portrait series of LGBTQ+ leaders from around the state.