Calling all artists! The Madison Arts Commission and The Bubbler at Madison Public Library are launching a new, 11-month artist residency program based out of a dedicated art studio at Thurber Park. Art makers of all backgrounds and mediums creating durable, timeless art, suitable for outdoor public settings are encouraged to apply. The deadline for applications is Monday, June 24, 2019 by midnight CST. Apply online at: madisonbubbler.org/thurber-application
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Love to read whatever you can get your hands on? Passionate about one book and one book only?
Then you are qualified to pick the best book of the summer!
Visit mplteenschoice.org to learn more about nominating your favorites and casting your vote.
Summer Reading Club registration is open!
Thinking of starting a business? Interested in a business model that uplifts your community?
Worker cooperatives create meaningful change for communities affected by inequality.
Worker co-ops are designed to improve low-wage jobs and build wealth in communities.
Worker co-ops help build skills, earning potential, household income, and assets.
Head over to Goodman South Madison Library ready to learn more!
Light refreshments available and interpretation into Spanish will be provided.
Central, Pinney, and Sequoya Libraries will be closed on Sundays beginning May 26, 2019.
Introducing the latest artists-in-residence Lydia Diemer and Riley Hanick for The Office of Oceanic Feeling.
The library is a perfect place to get started with needlecrafts at any age or experience level - plus meet other folks who enjoy similar fiber crafts!
Madison Public Library offers many cooking classes for all ages and skill levels. Join us at any of our events with Kids Chef Lily Kilfoy, Chef Paul Tseng, Chef Krista Hefty and more!
Make Music Madison is part of Make Music Day - The Global Music Celebration. All throughout the day on Friday, June 21, 2019 there will be hundreds of free outdoor concerts. Many branches of Madison Public Library will be venues for some of the concerts! Registration is open for musicians and venues until May 7th.
Who Matters? Women's History Edition is a story gathering + photography project intended to create a space, physical and online, where women can talk to and listen to other women.