Art in the Twain and Atrium Galleries – Lawrence Rudolech
Plein Air or Not
Well-known Madison painter Lawrence Rudolech presents works
rendered in oil on canvas. Half of the pieces were created en plein air (“in the open air”); the rest are studio works. The
viewer is challenged to distinguish which are which.
Thursday, July 3, 6:30 –
8:00 p.m. M.A.I.N. Program Lecture - Public Art & Community Development
Lights is pleased to host the first installment in the River Valley Financial
Bank Lecture Series, presented by the Madison Advanced Internship Network
(M.A.I.N.) program, sponsored by the Trilogy Foundation. The M.A.I.N. interns
have paired up and prepared four lectures on different preservation topics. The
event is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted.
Saturday, July 12, 1:00
– 3:00 p.m. Live Music – John Sheckler
your granny’s dulcimer.” Local folk musician John Sheckler plays original and traditional songs on a mountain
lap dulcimer crafted with his own hands. Sing-alongs for the kids.*
Friday, July 18, 6:00
– 8:00 p.m. Freethinkers Book Club Freethinkers
from the region plan to discuss A Manual
for Creating Atheists, by Peter Boghossian.
Tuesday,July 22, 11:15 a.m. – 12:12 p.m.
Kriss Luckett Ziesemerwill read to your young bibliophiles. Selections tailored to the ages of the
audience. Requests taken! Coffee and tea available for grown-ups.
Friday, July 25, 5:00
– 9:00 p.m.(Fourth Friday Downtown) Art Opening Reception – Lou Knoble My Home Town Legendary Madison painter Lou Knoble presents abstract works,
rendered in oil on canvas. Lou, since turning the age of eighty-three, takes
daily morning walks through his beloved hometown and along the Ohio River. On
each walk he sees something he never knew existed, which he then abstracts in
his paintings. Saturday, July 26, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Live Music in the Twain Room – Tom Schneider Cincinnati’s Tom Schneider serves up hismesmerizing mélange of American
Songbook standards, Broadway show tunes, bossa-nova/Latin, blues, and jazz on
our Steinway grand.*
Saturday, July 26, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Live Music in the Twain Room – Jimmy Storms
90-year-old Jimmy Storms, former member of the Red
Skelton Orchestra and backup pianist for Pat Boone, Connie Francis, and Fred
Astaire, plays a wide selection of old standards on the Steinway grand.*
* All music routinely performed at Village Lights Bookstore is original, in the public domain, or licensed through the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). Yvonne Davis appears during the Madison Main Street Program Fourth Friday Art Jams under licenses held by the City of Madison with ASCAP, BMI, and SEASAC.