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Kledage (meaning clothing in German) is a collection of sculptural objects from Gerit Grimm including both her highly-acclaimed, wheel-thrown ceramic figures and her recent fabric sculpture. Grimm’s ceramic works pair an often-whimsical subject matter steeped in folklore, referencing fairytales, fables, and princesses with impressive feats of technical virtuosity and physical scale. The surface of her work is austere and stone-like; feeling monumental and permanent. Five handmade fabric dresses, which reference the same folk traditions and fairytales of her clay sculptures, are…Find out more »
Beginnings: three early career Wisconsin artists Alyssa Krause, Daniel McCullough, and LaNia Sproles
LaNia Sproles is exhibiting large cutout mixed media figurative collages. The philosophies of self-perception, queer and feminist theories, and inherent racial dogmas are essential to her work. Alyssa Krause’s paintings question the parameters of perception. Her work focuses on the nuances in how an image is recognized. Rules are set up before painting as a way to create a border between herself and the work, making each painting surprising and fresh. Daniel McCullough investigates the atmosphere of place through chance-based…Find out more »
March 26 and April 26 from 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CST This training is designed for any community member who wants to understand what human trafficking is and how to become an informed, action-based ally in the fight to end human trafficking. Participants will have the opportunity to: Gain an understanding of what human trafficking looks like locally and nationallyGain an understanding of appropriate victim-centered language to use when discussing human traffickingGain an understanding of the process of human…Find out more »
The Racine Women for Racial Injustice presents the Microaggression Game Training. The Microaggression Game Training provides people with power privilege and marginalized identities with tools to intervene in racist interactions. Training sessions will take place on Saturdays in April. Further, April 10, 17, and 24 from 10 a.m. to noon. This team-based experience builds an understanding of the powerful impact microaggressions have on marginalized people. Through scenario-based learning, participants develop an understanding of how marginalized people might interpret, internalize, and…Find out more »
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