If you could re-imagine the city you live in, what would it look, feel and be like?
The Dialogue Lab: Impossible Madison was a collaboration with the students of the Madison Art Academy, the Hanover College Greiner Art Gallery, the Madison Area Arts Alliance, and the West Street Art Center. Impossible Madison created a responsive exhibition investigating the reimagining of the city of Madison, Indiana. Through various design challenges, public engagement tactics, and interactive installations, Impossible Madison aimed to cultivate a space to make the improbable, probable.
This exhibition featured projects made by high school students from the Madison Art Academy during a four day design workshop with the visiting artist.
This event was made possible, in part, with support from the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
Special thanks to Leticia Bajuyo, Peter Ellis, Emeran Irby, Nancy Epling, Kala Farineau, Cheyenne Meiring, Paul Kelsey, Beverly Gaffney, Melanie Torline, Hong Kong Kitchen, and the 200 + students of Madison Art Academy.
Images of courtesy of Bernie Kasper of Madison, IN.
- Date February 15, 2014
- Tags Art, Programs