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Madtown Crier

Madtown Crier: Week of April 3

Start off your month off right with voting, free bagels, concerts


UW Hillel hosts traveling Holocaust remembrance photo exhibit

The exhibit, intended as an archival legacy of the Holocaust, will be hosted until late March


‘Portrayals of Primal Forces’ displays beautiful, naturalistic work at Union South

Artist's skill in pottery, metal casting painting showcased throughout exhibit


What’s new in November: Your guide to free events this weekend

WUD Film festival, art galleries, music concerts gallore are all within reach on campus


Illuminated art more powerful than words on a page

Word arrangement emphasizes how language reinforces separation, division


Print in Protest: Glimpse into Madison’s Student Activist History

History is captured in pictures from 1960s, 70s, featuring displays from Vietnam War, civil rights movement


‘Vicissitude’ exhibit explores themes of uncertainty at Art Lofts Gallery

A contemplation of unwelcome change and its effects


Frank Horlbeck focuses on history, religion in recent photography exhibit at Chazen

Artist captures a glimpse into the past, life in monasteries through contrasting dark, light


Eccles, Karetz bring deeply personal sister exhibitions to UW gallery

Student exhibitions both send political messages


MMoCA brings Do Ho Suh’s works to life

An interactive exhibit running from Feb. 11 to May 14

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