The Madison Municipal Building reopened to the public on Saturday and featured work by more than a dozen artists, including painters Pranav Sood and Katherine Rosing, photographers Tom Jones, Craig Wilson and Zane Williams, muralist Pete Hodapp and sculptor Aris Georgiades.

Most of the work at the Madison Municipal Building is on long-term loan from the artists instead of part of the city’s collection. Loan terms will vary, but this means the city isn’t responsible for storage and long-term maintenance. Also it pushes city arts administrator Karin Wolf to keep the art fresh.


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