This adorable little tableau was spotted and submitted by JS on the Capitol City bike path behind Regent Street. I'm not sure everyone would agree with the sentiment represented, but this is very Wisconsin.
It's almost like the green Zoidberg face thing is trying to mock the red face stencil, but we all know that just comes from being insecure. East side of Madison, on the bike path near intersection of E. Wilson and Dickinson Streets.
This press release just arrived in my inbox. I'm super stoked to see projects like this taking off in Madison, and especially being utilized by traditionally under-served neighborhoods and communities. Check it, and help out if you can:
Sustain Dane Paints a Sustainable Future with Darbo-Worthington Neighbors
September 9, Madison, WI – Community Paint Days for smART [sustainability + Madison + art] in Darbo-Worthington.
Friday September 12th 4-7PM
Friday September 26th 4-7PM
Weekly paint days on Tuesdays and Thursdays 3-6PM; Starting 9/16
Salvation Army, 3030 Darbo Dr (Meeting at front of Salvation Army or in Annex)
Neighbors of Darbo-Worthington present Sustain Dane’s smART [sustainability + madison + art]: in partnership with the Madison Mural Program. smART is a major community-based art initiative designed to engage Madison neighborhoods in envisioning a sustainable, just, and healthy future for their own communities.
On July 29th, Sustain Dane, along with neighborhood organizations, brought residents of Madison's Darbo-Worthington neighborhood together around a simple question: what does a healthy, happy neighborhood look like?
We couldn't have anticipated the response. Dozens of community members of all ages, ethnicities, genders and socio-economic backgrounds came out to work together to envision a sustainable neighborhood.
Led by lead artist Sharon Kilfoy of the Madison Mural Program, the neighborhood design team has created a visual representation of the neighborhood's ideas from July 29th.
This week - we're starting to paint this design on panels for a larger-than-life mural. Let's paint our vision of a sustainable future. We invite you to join us and grab a paint brush, cover this important event, or call us to learn more.
Contact: Lauren Beriont, Sustain Dane
Communtiy Liasons for this important project include but are not limited to: The Salvation Army, Mentoring Positives, WOW (Women of Worthington), The Worthington Park Neighborhood Association and Edgewood College Sustainability Leadership Program.
Thank you to Dane Arts, The Madison Arts Commission, and the WI Arts Board for supporting this project in 2014.
About Sustain Dane: Sustain Dane believes that the Greater Madison Region can become national model for sustainability and sustainability innovation. Sustain Dane works towards this vision by fostering and supporting a rich and diverse community of sustainability champions across many sectors of society. To learn more about our current programs and initiatives, please visit www.sustaindane.org. Sustain Dane is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Welcome to Madison Street Art - a collection of photos and musings about the various pieces of stencil, tag, paste, chalk, and every other kind of public/street art we stumble onto in Madison, Wisconsin (and the surrounding communities).
Feel free to send your own submissions in, too. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're here simply to appreciate and/or study the various forms of street art that are out there, not to bust the artists or to condone vandalism.