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A Tone Madison audio extra: The road ahead for public art in Madison

We’re trying out new audio extras, which will soon become a benefit for Tone Madison Sustainers.

We’re trying out new audio extras, which will soon become a benefit for Tone Madison Sustainers.

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Photo by Molly Wallace.

Photo by Molly Wallace.

In our latest audio edition of a Tone Madison story, Chris Lay reads aloud Reid Kurkerewicz’s recent reflection on the state of public art in Madison, which also featured a bunch of great photos by Molly Wallace.

After a few weeks of more current articles being added to the feed, we’re going to transition the feature to being a bonus for anyone who supports the site at the $3 a month level, so please consider joining up and helping fund our work and we’ll reward you with some fresh local content for your earbuds.

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At a time when Madison is going through a lot of change, we want Tone Madison to be something you can count on. You can rely on us to spotlight the artists, musicians, and ideas that make up the fabric of our city. You can rely on us to challenge the status quo with inventive, adversarial journalism, including our coverage of abortion rights, housing, and labor. 

 

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