For the past couple years, anyone even remotely engaged with the art world in Madison was bound to bump into artist, educator and activist Carlos Eduardo Gacharná [BFA ’16] at some point or another. Gacharná’s work harnesses techniques from glassblowing, neon, and ceramics with a beautiful fluidity and an uncanny grasp of texture. But he’s made just as big a mark here through workshops, activism, and nightlife events, from the Sway music and performance series to art programs for marginalized youth.
- Visions for Madison, circa 2093 by Gayle Worland
- On View: ‘Art Works — Visual Perception as a Tool’ by Robyn Norton
- R E A C H: Points of Impact / Invisible Mountains, MA Exhibitions by Carissa Heinrichs and Anders Zanichkowsky
- Obama portraits break new ground artistically and culturally, UW expert says by Käri Knutson
- Across many disciplines, artists at UW learn their craft, hone intents, form communities by Henry Solotaroff-Webber