The Wisconsin Forest Productivity Council, a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization, is a public/private coalition of organizations from industry, public land managing agencies, professional resource managers, loggers, conservation education organizations and others interested in sound management on Wisconsin’s woodlands. Founded in 1985, the Wisconsin Forest Productivity Council is dedicated to creating better public understanding of good forest management practices and encouraging family-owned forest owners to begin applying management principles to their forested properties. Continue reading “Wisconsin Forest Productivity Council”
Saturday, December 14th, 2016
DSU Trojan Underground, 1-3pm
Join Dakota State University, President Borofsky, and the Madison community as we welcome the Dakota 38+2 riders and guests for a community dinner and program on the campus of Dakota State University. Continue reading “‘Dakota 38’ Community Dinner in Madison”
Join us as we screen the documentary film ‘Dakota 38’ this December in the Mundt Foundation on the campus of Dakota State University.
Special guests Perry Little, Dakota 38 Eagle Staff Carrier, and John Beheler, the Executive Director of Dakota Indian Foundation, will be on hand to answer questions and provide their insights on the history of the ride itself and the history of the Dakota 38. Continue reading “Film Screening for ‘Dakota 38’ tomorrow in Madison”
We were glad to help sponsor artist Jerry Fogg’s recent showing at First Bank & Trust Gallery at Dakota State University. Part of that agreement included our purchase of an original piece from Jerry, which will be placed on loan to the Madison Public Library in the coming weeks ahead, yet another way we’re celebrating our 50th Anniversary. Continue reading “Jerry Fogg Piece Acquired”
Join the Dakota State University College of Arts & Sciences and the Madison Area Arts Council as we welcome the Americana sounds of ‘Baby Mountain’, featuring acoustic musicians Tim Lowly and Karima Walker from Chicago, along with special guest, Madison’s own Nathan Edwards.
A suggested ticket donation of $5 will directly benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, as we honor Veterans Day. Continue reading “‘Baby Mountain’ to Perform in Madison”
A note from Angela Behrends on Wednesday night’s Bat House Party at The BrickHouse:
I’d like to extend special appreciation and thanks to Nathan Edwards and KDSU’s “The Wolf” for fantastic music and mad, mad DJ skills, to our costume judges Susan Conover, Susan Langner, and Jeff Howard, to Chris Francis and Emmeline Elliott of the Madison Area Arts Council, to Eric Stykel, Chris Francis, John Nelson, and Cassie Marie Edwards for donating artwork, and to all of the ART121 students at DSU that contributed their time and design talents! Now THAT’s a community effort!
Together, we raised well over $400, which will go directly to the construction of bat habitats on the campus of Dakota State. Angela will be continuing to work on the project in the coming months, we’ll be sure to share the latest as this project continues forward.
It’s the Flintstones meets the Jetsons. That’s one way Steve Bormes describes his sculptures.
Bormes Studio in Sioux Falls
German desserts and gelato to be served
The Madison Area Arts Council went to Europe this year.
When MAAC volunteer Angela Behrends took an 11 day trip to France and Italy in May, she brought the MAAC logo with her – a red square and a blue square – and photographed the symbols throughout the visit. Continue reading “Photographs, artwork of European travels at art show”