Sarah Krajewski: Empowering Expression


“My brain just sees things in a way that’s artful and creative,” says Krajewski, an elementary school art teacher, keynote speaker, author and social media influencer. “And I get an immense amount of joy in seeing others get excited about getting to create.”

Angela Johnson: Finding Meaning in Memory


Angela Johnson grew up in Madison, leaving the city to attend Coe College and work as an art teacher in Houston, before returning to earn a master’s degree in art education and an MFA with a focus on photography at UW–Madison.

Photography by Wisconsin State Journal, courtesy Chazen Museum of Art

Making the Most of Missteps


Power matters: who has it and who doesn’t, how those who have it choose to use it and how those who lack it can get their fair share. These are some of the issues explored in “Sifting & Reckoning: UW-Madison’s History of Exclusion and Resistance” (Sept. 12-Dec. 30).