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The Archive as a River: Paul Vanderbilt and Photography

Paul Vanderbilt. Courtesy of Wisconsin Historical Society.
September 12, 2014 to November 2, 2014
James Watrous Gallery • 201 State St., 3rd floor • Madison

Contributors

Jody Clowes is the director of the Wisconsin Academy's James Watrous Gallery. With years of experience developing and curating exhibitions, running gallery programs, and writing about art, her background includes senior positions at Milwaukee Art Museum, Detroit's Pewabic Pottery, and the UW-Madison's Design Gallery.

A sculptor trained as a metalsmith, Glowacki learned to make patterns for metal casting during an Arts and Industry residency at Kohler Co. In the 1990s, she and fellow artist Mary Dickey produced garden furniture together as Sylva Designs, including the cast bronze bench made from these patterns.

Andy Kraushaar has held the position of Visual Materials Curator at the Wisconsin Historical Society since 2001. Prior to this he worked as a freelance photographer before entering library school and receiving a library degree with an emphasis in archives administration.

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