All Madison Public Libraries are open regular hours on Wednesday, February 13.
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T(w)eens ages 10-13 are welcome to join their peers for Panels + Pizza, a monthly meet-up to read and discuss graphic novels.
Derek Hobbs current art series Endangered highlights vulnerable to critically endangered animal species across the globe. The Chinese symbol shown in red essentially means go, move or displacement intended to bring our awareness to the fact that we are encroaching on their natural habitats.
All are welcome to enjoy his work on display now through February at Alicia Ashman Library.
Introducing Rodney Lambright II as he begins his artist residency with the Bubbler at Central Library! Rodney is an illustrator, animator, and writer who uses animation and cartoons as a vehicle to tell honest narratives. His work explores the depths of individual's perceptions, questioning binary thinking and investigating gray areas of life.
Learn more about his residency and upcoming workshops with the Bubbler!
Pinney Library to open at 9am on Monday, January 7 in year-long interim space at 211 Cottage Grove Road
Beginning January 2, 2019, only certain SCLS libraries will continue subscribing to Flipster. But don't worry, Madison Public Library is one of them!
In order to access your favorite magazines, you'll need to log in with Madison Public Library's user ID and password.
Contact your nearest Madison library and ask for credentials!
The Pinney Public Art application deadline has been extended! The Bubbler at Madison Public Library is currently accepting proposals for two public art installations. Application is open until February 18, 2019. Learn more and apply!
Madison Public Library received a 4-star rating for third consecutive year in Library Journal’s Index of Public Library Service for 2018. An enormous "thank you" to all of our library staff, customers, partners, and supporters for helping to make this happen!
Cinesthesia is an adventurous, eclectic series of classic and contemporary art-house films culled from the margins of cinema.
Don't miss these alternative cinematic experiences at Central Library - all events are free to attend, no tickets or registration required. Take a look at the 2019 film line-up!