Videos

We have assembled videos from some of our most successful projects – our mural residencies in Mexico, our “Madison’s 150th Anniversary Fabrications” project and our “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” oral interviews.

  • 2012 Katharine Drexel School Mural Project

    Our first artist-in-residency in Mexico is at the Katharine Drexel Bi-lingual Elementary School in Guadalajara. Video by Wendy Schneider

    Our first artist-in-residency in Mexico is at the Katharine Drexel Bi-lingual Elementary School in Guadalajara. Video by Wendy Schneider
  • 2012 Kickstarter “Go Big Art – From Madison to Mexico Mural Project”

    Our Kickstarter campaign financed the residencies in Guadalajara and San Pancho. Check out the video by Terry Talbot.

    Our Kickstarter campaign financed the residencies in Guadalajara and San Pancho. Check out the video by Terry Talbot.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – INTRO

    Nine quilt size panels were created in honor of Madison’s 150th birthday from fabric items contributed by 130 individuals, groups and families.

    Nine quilt size panels were created in honor of Madison’s 150th birthday from fabric items contributed by 130 individuals, groups and families.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – GENEROSITY

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – ENGAGEMENT

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – TRANQUILITY

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – GROWTH

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – TRANSCENDANCE

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – GRATITUDE

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – ENDEAVOR

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – INTEGRITY

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.
  • 2009 Sharon Kilfoy Sesquicentennial Project – ABUNDANCE

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.

     

    You can view this fabrication at Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Avenue, Madison, WI.  
  • 2006 Cate Loughran Interview – Part Three

    2006 “History of the Arts On Willy St in the 70’s”

    “I came away from that period with incredible friends.”

    2006 “History of the Arts On Willy St in the 70’s” “I came away from that period with incredible friends.”
  • 2006 Cate Loughran Interview – Part Two

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Art came out of a person’s heart and soul.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Art came out of a person’s heart and soul.”
  • 2006 Cate Loughran Interview – Part One

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “It all started with acid in the punch.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “It all started with acid in the punch.”
  • 2006 Lou Berryman Interview – Part Two

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “The Corn Belt Review was our beginning as musicians.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “The Corn Belt Review was our beginning as musicians.”
  • 2006 Lou Berryman Interview – Part One

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Gallery 853 got artists together.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Gallery 853 got artists together.”
  • 2006 Cele Wolf Interview – Part Three

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Blasted genes and who will love me?”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Blasted genes and who will love me?”
  • 2006 Cele Wolf Interview – Part Two

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “For a long time I felt like we were actors pretending to be musicians.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “For a long time I felt like we were actors pretending to be musicians.”
  • 2006 Cele Wolf Interview – Part One

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “The Eastside Amazement Company theater group”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “The Eastside Amazement Company theater group”
  • 2006 Doc Vandervelden Interview

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “1970’s Love Poem”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “1970’s Love Poem”
  • 2006 Dan Yopack Interview – Part Four

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “The significance of the 70s was the creation of community.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “The significance of the 70s was the creation of community.”
  • 2006 Dan Yopack Interview – Part Three

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Creating the Willy Street Fair.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Creating the Willy Street Fair.”
  • 2006 Dan Yopack Interview – Part Two

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Gallery 853 was about creating freedom.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Gallery 853 was about creating freedom.”
  • 2006 Dan Yopack Interview – Part One

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    ” The Saint Vincent de Paul fashion show was about art as part of life.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” ” The Saint Vincent de Paul fashion show was about art as part of life.”
  • 2006 John Martens Interview – Part Four

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “The story of the WORT ‘Dry Dock Cruise.’ “

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “The story of the WORT ‘Dry Dock Cruise.’ “
  • 2006 John Martens Interview – Part Three

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Hosting a UFO radio show on WORT.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Hosting a UFO radio show on WORT.”
  • 2006 John Martens Interview – Part Two

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Working as a graphic artist and playing the musical saw.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Working as a graphic artist and playing the musical saw.”
  • 2006 John Martens Interview – Part One

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “As carpenters, we provided what people needed.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “As carpenters, we provided what people needed.”
  • 2006 Michael Martens Interview – Part Three

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “We pissed off the left and the right.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “We pissed off the left and the right.”
  • 2006 Michael Martens Interview – Part Two

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “We discovered that we have a culture here.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “We discovered that we have a culture here.”
  • 2006 Michael Martens Interview – Part One

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Cabaret and performance art”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Cabaret and performance art”
  • 2006 Michael Bonesteel Interview – Part Three

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “The Artists Research Workshop and the Willy Street Fair.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “The Artists Research Workshop and the Willy Street Fair.”
  • 2006 Michael Bonesteel Interview – Part Two

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “The beginning of my career as an art critic was at Gallery 853.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “The beginning of my career as an art critic was at Gallery 853.”
  • 2006 Michael Bonesteel Interview – Part One

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “The Death of Dada and Birth of Mama.”

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “The Death of Dada and Birth of Mama.”
  • 2006 Suni Caylor Interview – Part Four

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s”

    “Art on Willy St changed the perception of daily life.”

    Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. Here she discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate.

    2006 “History of the Arts on Willy St in the 70’s” “Art on Willy St changed the perception of daily life.” Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. Here she discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate.
  • 2006 Suni Caylor Interview – Part Three

    “All the artists I knew were driven to make their art.”

    Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. She discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate in this “History of the Arts on Willy Street in the 70’s” interview.

    “All the artists I knew were driven to make their art.” Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. She discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate in this “History of the Arts on Willy Street in the 70’s” interview.
  • 2006 Suni Caylor Interview – Part Two

    “We practiced giving up fear.”

    Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. She discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate in this “History of the Arts on Willy Street in the 70’s” interview.

    “We practiced giving up fear.” Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. She discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate in this “History of the Arts on Willy Street in the 70’s” interview.
  • 2006 Suni Caylor Interview – Part One

    “He had the most beautiful butt I had ever seen.”

    Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. She discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate in this “History of the Arts on Willy Street in the 70’s” interview.

    “He had the most beautiful butt I had ever seen.” Suni is a poet living in Madison, WI. She discusses John Tuschen, Madison’s first poet laureate in this “History of the Arts on Willy Street in the 70’s” interview.