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The Library works to improve efficiency and make environmentally-conscious decisions.
Madison Public Library partners to bring exhibit to Madison parents, educators, and advocates
Media Academy at Capital High School
Zines take over the library!
I Am Jazz community readings help provide kids & families a safe space to be themselves.
Friends of Madison Public Library & Central Library volunteers place books in Little Free Libraries
Bubbler team hosts Making Spaces workshops for MMSD teacher and librarian partners
Reflecting on the importance of providing tax help to our community
Black Arts Matter festival organizers partnered with the Bubbler to provide space for their events
Kid Chef Lily Kilfoy brings all-ages cooking classes to Lakeview & Meadowridge
A Bubbler partnership with Akira Toki Middle School
Partnering with Reach Out and Read to bring early literacy experiences to children in Madison hospitals
Local artist goes from Bubbler intern to artist-in-residence
Catching up with past artists-in-residence
Local kombucha kit company used Madison Public Library resources in startup phase
Hawthorne resident brings textile art workshops to her community library.
The Bubbler is supporting our schools in innovative ways.
40 friends, families, and neighbors in 1 beautiful project.
5 young men in 16 weeks of Immersive Art Creation
Resources help educators & parents bring maker education to young folks in Madison & beyond.
Encouraging parents to step back and kids to take risks.
Supporting creative making & learning in traditional school settings.
A powerhouse of the Madison arts world all in one room.
"Every idea is a good idea."
Hearing an author speak can be a transformative experience.
The library collaborates with Public Health on early literacy
Alicia Ashman Library becomes an island of refuge.
First they get welcomed and then get all the help they need.
Making Justice hosts five young adults from five African nations.
Summer reading ain't like it used to be.