Kids in the Rotunda Presents The Physics Experience

Physics is the study of how things move, how they push and pull on each other, and how they exchange energy. The Physics Experience is a fast-paced, engaging and educational physics program, filled with demonstrations that help people better understand the physics in the world around them while having fun! Mike Randall is the former … Continued

Phoenix from the Ashes Exhibition

The Phoenix from the Ashes exhibit highlights creative projects made from Madison ash trees destined to die due to the emerald ash borer infestation. Phoenix from the Ashes is a unique partnership between Madison Parks, Madison Arts Commission and Wisconsin Urban Wood. The trees, once felled, were milled by The Wood Cycle of Wisconsin, an … Continued

Chazen Museum of Art

The Chazen Museum of Art is hosting two temporary exhibitions with strong science themes. Plastic Entanglements: Ecology, Aesthetics, Materials is on view in the Rowland gallery. The exhibition argues that plastic globally entangles categories of the aesthetic, the ethical, the material, the technological and the critical. Fabrice Monteiro: The Prophecy is on view in the … Continued

Madison Central Library STEM Themed Book Display

In honor of the Wisconsin Book Festival and Wisconsin Science Festival, come to the Madison Central Library to check out the display of children’s books related to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Friendly staff will assist you if you are interested in learning more about a certain topic such as robots, fossils or outer … Continued

Swept Away – Overture Galleries Exhibition

Using the circle as a symbol of earth and eternity, Swept Away weaves a narrative of climate change. A rich tapestry of natural materials and impressions of ephemeral objects explore the effects of human disruptions to the equilibrium of the biosphere. Swept Away by artists Aaron Laux & Katherine Steichen Rosing is on view in … Continued

UW Geology Museum

Explore the Geology Museum and take a peek into Wisconsin’s deep history! On your visit you can touch rocks from a time when there were volcanoes in Wisconsin; see corals, jellyfish and other sea creatures that used to live and swim where we now walk; and stand under the tusks of a mastodon while imagining … Continued

“The Fragile Bee” WUD Art Exhibit

The Wisconsin Union Directorate Art Committee presents “The Fragile Bee,” an art exhibit by Nancy Macko. The Fragile Bee examines the growing plight of the decreasing bee population. With her art, Nancy Macko has created thought-provoking reminders of just how pivotal our precious honeybees are to our natural food supply. View her art at Memorial … Continued

Wisconsin Book Festival: Doing Harm (Maya Dusenbery)

Editor of the award-winning site, Maya Dusenbery brings together scientific and sociological research, interviews with doctors and researchers, and personal stories from women across the country to provide the first comprehensive, accessible look at how sexism in medicine harms women today. In Doing Harm, Dusenbery explores the deep, systemic problems that underlie women’s experiences … Continued

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