Issue #404 Feb. 19, 2020

Queering the Conversation

Foster Gallery exhibit examines queer identities in the Midwest

Catey Leonardson

UW-Eau Claire is illuminating often-silenced voices with a new exhibition in the Ruth Foster Gallery. “Midwest Queeritivities” gives a platform to queer artists throughout the region and beautifully showcases a ...

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Issue #400 Dec. 25, 2019

Bones for Homes

‘doodling’ project grows into art fundraiser

Rachel Johnson, photos by Andrea Paulseth

By creating art and using the proceeds from the sales to aid the homeless, Jennifer Hazen is fusing the best of humanity. A mental health counselor by ...

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Issue #398 Nov. 27, 2019

Trolling for Whimsey

Altoona’s River Prairie to get interactive sculptures of mythical monsters

Tom Giffey

As early as next spring, visitors may stumble across a trio of trolls in Altoona’s River Prairie Park. These won’t be adorable, brightly colored cartoon trolls or their fuzzy-headed doll counterparts, nor the ...

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Issue #396 Oct. 30, 2019

Artists Come Home

annual juried show draws more than 200 works by regional artists

Barbara Arnold

A broad expanse of artistic genres is shared in HOMECOMING: The Confluence of Art Annual Exhibition at the Pablo Center’s James W. Hansen Galley now through Nov. 3. Fifty-three of the ...

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Issue #394 Oct. 2, 2019

Check Out the Glass-O-Lanterns

Glass Orchard offers hand-blown glass pumpkins for the season

Caitlin Boyle

October is officially here, which means it’s time to head on out to the pumpkin patch and stock up for the upcoming holiday season. The Glass Orchard in Eau Claire is gearing up for its third annual pumpkin sale, but the pumpkins ...

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