Podcast: The art catch-up, August 2016

Two Tone Madison writers discuss the art shows that stand out in Madison this month. | By Sarah Witman, Scott Gordon


Wong Ping's short film

Wong Ping’s short film “An Emo Nose” is showing at MMOCA through August 28.

On this week’s podcast, Tone Madison writers Sarah Witman and Scott Gordon trade notes on a few of the art events worth catching around Madison in August, from video art to hauntingly modified photographs.


Valerie Mangion’s Night Vision, at the Watrous Gallery through August 28. Read Sarah’s interview with Mangion.

All-Licensed Fool, comprising the short films Eager (by Allison Schulnik) and An Emo Nose (by Wong Ping), at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art through August 28.

Claire Stiglian’s Half-Sick of Shadows, at MMOCA through September 4.

The multi-artist Our Good Earth, at MMOCA through August 21.

Alex Connelly’s Spoonfuls Of Those Golden Raisins, at Drunk Lunch through August 20.

Mackenzie Reynolds’ For What It’s Worth, at the Central Library through August 31.

Stuff we’re looking forward to: Installations at Eaux Claires, and the August 9 installment of the Off The Wall video-art series at Arts + Literature Lab.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and catch WORT-FM’s weeknight local news show, which partners with us to produce these. Thanks to Dylan Brogan for producing this interview.

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