Michael Seman, director of creative industries, research and policy at the University of Colorado Denver College of Arts and Media, was the keynote speaker for Visit Eau Claire’s Music City Summit on October 7. Volume One asked him to identify a way for Eau Claire can help grow its music scene.
Perhaps you've felt the exciting new energy in Eau Claire recently. Well, hot tip – here's what's really going on. This recent explosion in development? All the new ideas, events, and businesses? Underneath all of it you’ll find what we call a “feedback loop.”
Enjoy a driving tour of the "Wagner's Shortcut" – a street-like path in Eau Claire, Wis. running behind the Wagner's Lanes bowling alley, connecting Brackett Avenue to Fairfax Street. Used by locals for decades, the popular shortcut was finally closed on August 12, 2015 ...
A quick montage of frosty fun at Winter After Hours – Volume One and the City of Eau Claire's weekly winter social in Boyd Park, overlooking the Eau Claire River. A contributed video shot and edited by Walter Mueller, in conjunction with Volume One.
Last week the Volume One staff – about 14 of us in all – held a daylong hangout in our gallery to look back at what we accomplished in 2012, and to look ahead to our thoughts and visions for 2013. It was a fun day. While we crunched some data ...
Volume One editors Tyler and Thom camp out in the V1 van in an effort to be in the first vehicle to travel down the new two-way Barstow Street on September 20, 2012. Will they crash? Will they mow down a pedestrian? Will they hit a delivery truck? Wa
The Volume One Action Force Squad: Parade Infiltration Division makes their way (at 10x speed) through the International Fall Festival's "Parade of Nations" in downtown Eau Claire on Saturday, September 15, 2012.
The Volume One gang jumps in their vintage 1967 cargo van to pull a trailer with two urban commandos using an air cannon to launch mini teddy bears (and t-shirts) into the crowd during the 2010 International Fall Festival parade.