Conduit: A livestream series on arts, culture, and community in Madison

Conduit is a live-streamed series that keeps people talking about arts, culture, and community in Madison. Join us for interviews and panels while you’re social-distancing, and learn about how creative people in Madison can support each other during the pandemic and well into the future. Conduit is a collaborative project of Communication, UnderBelly, and Tone Madison.

To join our next conversation, fill out the Google Form below. We’ll send you the Zoom link, and all the funds we raise from donations during the episode (we kindly ask that you kick in at least $1 for each session you join) will be used to support artists and local arts organizations.

Keep up on the Facebook event page and feel welcome to email us with your feedback and ideas.

Coming up:

September 12: Grace Olson and Araceli Zuniga of Justice Club, streaming as part of Communication’s two-year anniversary fundraiser!

Past Conduit conversations:

March 19: Kickoff session with Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon, UnderBelly’s Olivia Wisden, and Communication’s Jennifer Bastian. Join via Zoom

March 26: City of Madison Arts Administrator Karin Wolf joins us to discuss public arts funding in Madison and how the Madison Arts Commission is adjusting to the pandemic.

April 2: Morris Ramen co-owner Francesca Hong on the #savewisconsinhospitality campaign and what the restaurant business and the arts community can learn from each other.

April 9: Lance Owens and Laura Falkenberg of ArtWorking on how the pandemic impacts artists with disabilities.

April 16: Musician Luke Bassuener on the latest release from his project Asumaya.

April 23: Dan Shafer of The Recombobulation Area on independent media and covering Wisconsin politics.

April 30: Carlee Latimer of the Madison Public Library’s Bubbler program on how libraries are adapting to the pandemic.

May 14: Artist Nibiiwakamigkwe.

May 28: Equity for Artists members Jamie Ho, Jenie Gao, and Jennifer Bastian on advocating for better compensation for local artists.

June 25: Hot Summer Gays organizer Sarah Akawa on how event organizers are adapting to the pandemic.

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