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‘Fun Home’ communicates powerful tale of inner conflict through dark comedy

Tony winner Karen Olivo took Playhouse stage at Overture Center for stage adaptation of memoir

Art

What everyone can learn from stories of Infamous Mothers

New meaning behind infamous leaves audience members in awe about deeper understanding of Black womanhood, feminism, humanism

Art

Los Angeles trash becomes Madison treasure

Textile artist Christy Matson explains how Jacquard loom is incorporated to her contribution to campus exhibition

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‘The Simon and Garfunkel Story’ incorporates video to depict living legends’ tale

Taylor Bloom, Benjamin Cooley showcase talent as Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel at Overture Center

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WUD film festival delves into malleable definition of family

'What is Family? Film Festival' showed 10 films to collectively define family in today's modern context

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Art used as form of feminist activism at Memorial Union gallery

WUD collaborations sponsor 'The Everyday Feminist' to encourage engagement with the topic

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‘Displaced Horizons’ presents water scarcity through multimedia project

Third event funded by the The Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies gives rare look into inequality of resource

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Chazen has renaissance affair with Italian art exhibition

Culture celebrated through masquerade Halloween celebration

Theater

‘Something Rotten’ sizzles with satire, renaissance-pop fusion

Young cast delivers solid, funny performance with renaissance-punk fusion

Art

Illuminated art more powerful than words on a page

Word arrangement emphasizes how language reinforces separation, division