In a time of divisive public discourse and social polarization, this series of exhibitions highlights the roles cultural organizations and artists perform as citizen, custodian, neighbor, and friend.
The first of three films in the 2020 projector room series, Bill Daniel's experimental and pioneering Who is Bozo Texino? was shot over a period of sixteen years on a combination of 8- and 16-mm film and explores the underground art of boxcar graffiti.Explore this Exhibition
Good Road to Follow examines the work of two artists, separated by decades and experiences, whose work contributes to the lore surrounding the American hobo and their lives on the road.Explore this Exhibition
Tokens of Appreciation will feature works from Bob Halfmann’s personal collection of hundreds of objects created by residents.Explore this Exhibition
Between You and Me assembles a group of contemporary artists whose work engages in acts of connection and care. The exhibition considers varying proximities for care, both intimate and mediated.Explore this Exhibition
This exhibition series is supported by the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education, Kohler Foundation, Inc., the Frederic Cornell Kohler Charitable Trust, and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.