"Arcatao Through My Eyes" showcases photographs taken by Roland Torres while he was a delegate from Madison to the sister city of Arcatao, El Salvador in August 2006.
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Roland Torres Displays Photographs of "Arcatao Through My Eyes"posted
Karen Reppen Displays "Visual Voracity: Photography, Collage, and Assemblage"posted
In an arresting array of photography, collage, and assemblage, Karen Reppen presents "Visual Voracity," an art exhibit running November 1 through December 30 at the Alicia Ashman Branch of Madison Public Library
Kathleen Baird Receives Inaugural Elizabeth Moon Proctor Scholarshipposted
Kathleen Elizabeth Baird received the inaugural Elizabeth Moon Proctor Scholarship on October 6, 2007, at the Lakeview Branch of Madison Public Library.
Local artist Tamlyn Akins Displays "In Grandpa's Woods"posted
Tamlyn Akins displays original watercolor illustrations for the children's book, In Grandpa's Woods.
S.V. Medaris exhibit features "The Whole Hog"posted
Popular artist S.V. Medaris returns to Madison Public Library's Second Floor Gallery on Madison Museum of Contemporary Art's Gallery Night, Oct.
Pinney Branch of Madison Public Library Closed August 20-24posted
The Pinney Branch (204 Cottage Grove Road) of Madison Public Library will be closed for remodeling from Monday, August 20 through Friday, August 24.
Discover Your Roots: Researching Your Family Treeposted
Celebrate your family tree! The staff of Madison Public Library is proud to announce a new web page featuring local genealogical resources available in print and via the internet.
Online survey tool helps Madison Public Library better serve community needsposted
Libraries have long been at the forefront when it comes to responding to the information needs of the communities they serve, but keeping pace with rapidly changing library-user needs is a challenge.