During this fast-paced period of political change it can feel difficult to find a space for reflection, especially around conversations about the environment. But for Anna Lehner, a glass artist and M.F.A. student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the need for reflection on loss and the environment has become only more urgent. I sat down with Anna to discuss extinct languages, ice cores and ancient air, and her reintroduction of Morse code through tap dance.
- Ed Ruscha’s Nine Pools and a Broken Glass by Amy Park, BFA ’99 & MFA ’03
- Jeremy Nuttall and Elizabeth Thorp, MFA ’17, honored for Outstanding Student Sculptures by ISC
- The final Summer Session begins July 10
- ‘Forge’ art exhibit takes over Brass Works building by Joel Patenaude
- On View | ‘Uniquely and Wonderfully Made’ by Robyn Norton