Where's Art: severe weather, dangerous intersections, permanent impermanence and chocolate

Aug 5, 2019

Despite a few interruptions for severe weather announcments from the National Weather Service, Annie Dugan was still able to crowd a lot of art into this morning's report.

Credit Hillside Creative Crosswalks/Facebook

The severe thunderstorms should be long gone by the time tomorrow's Hillside Creative Crosswalks project gets back to work making intersections in the neighborhood safer by giving folks something to slow down and take a good look at.

Credit Lizzard's Gallery/Facebook

Natalie Salminen Rude opens a show at Lizzard's Gallery on Thursday taking an incaustic (not caustic, INcaustic) view of the permanence of impermanence ... and Ursa Minor Brewing is combining art and chocolate in a pop up shop that afternoon.

Work by artists Huuc Co (Christopher Sweet) and Wakatatlihuni (Scott Hill)

Friday, Wisconsin artists Huuc Co (Christopher Sweet) and Wakatatlihuni (Scott Hill) open a show at AICHO called The Art of Huuc Co & Wakatatlihuni.  Christopher Sweet’s Ho-Chunk name is Huuc Co pronounced (Hoonch-Cho) meaning "Blue Bear". Scott Hill (Wakatatlihuni) is an Oneida artist given the name Wakatatlihuni, which translates to “he teaches himself”.