Courage personified

Courage personified

Artists portray what courage means to them in Madison Community Discourse exhibit

Rushing into the burning building. Speaking in front of a crowd. Standing your ground. Going to war. Having children. For many people, any of those things—or all of them—take a measure of courage.

But what is courage? What does it look like?

In Madison Community Discourse’s Second Annual Art Exhibition, over 30 artists will portray their take on courage in mediums including sculpture, mixed media, drawing, photography, painting, illustration, sound explorations and printmaking. The opening reception, on Friday June 5, features fine art, a live string quartet, and fresh treats from a local bakery.  The show runs through June 13 with a variety of events and programming for children and adults each day.

Art In, 1444 E. Washington Ave., Madison.

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