Thursday, July 21, 2011

Stories - How Nonprofits Shape Madison

Madison WI - Absolutely Art (2322 Atwood Ave.) & Café Zoma are proudto feature “Stories— How Nonprofits Shape Madison” during  the month of August. Please join us for a photographic celebration of Madison’s Nonprofit Organizations, live local music, and catering by Bunky’s Café the night of the reception.

Friday, August 5, 2011
5-9 pm

Both group representation and individual artistic expression, “Stories” is comprised of eight photographers’ work that provides an inspiring showcase of the nonprofit groups in Madison in honor of Madison Nonprofit Day, August 11th. From animals to shelters, /Clint Thayer, Tony Vang, Monique Karlen, Bryan Gladding, Amber Arnold, Brooke Lewis, Caroline Hoffman, and Mary Kay Baum/ have turned their lenses on a variety of local nonprofit organizations.  To learn more about the photographers visit: .

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and these photographers have joined together to tell the story of how nonprofits shape Madison. They capture the many moments of nonprofits providing joy, easing pain, supporting families, and enhancing the experience of living in Madison.

There are more than 20 participating nonprofits, some of which include:  Dream Bikes, Briarpatch, East Madison Community Center, Dane County  Timebank, Porchlight, Middleton Outreach Ministry, Heartland Farm  Sanctuary, Henry Vilas Zoo, and WORT-FM.*//*

The exhibit will run from August 3-31. Please visit Facebook for updates on this show and other events at Absolutely Art. To learn more about Madison Nonprofit Day visit:

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