Join us for a talk as special guest Karin Wolf weaves together her personal experiences and history as she speaks on the necessity of cycles, momentous revolutions, and the horrors and blessings of it all.

About the speaker

Karin Wolf has years of experience in arts project management, research, writing, and educational programs. She is the Arts Program Administrator for the City of Madison Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development and the Madison Arts Commission. Karin manages the City’s arts grants, runs gallery spaces, handles new public art projects, and managed the creation of the City’s first cultural arts plan. She is also overseeing a performing arts facility study currently underway. Previously, she has served as the Special Programs Coordinator in the Community Outreach Department at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (MIAD), where she created award-winning programs for educators and K-16 students in art, design and technology. At the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Karin has worked as an educational assistant while teaching, docenting, and assisting the Curator of Education. She has a M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and undergraduate degrees in History, History of Cultures, and Afro-American History. She is a long-time supporter of the arts and arts education, and is involved with many community organizations in establishing exhibitions, film programs, temporary art, and permanent public sculpture projects.

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