Spackle Madison

Filling the art-shaped hole in your heart

“Shaping of a Lake” and the History, Evolution and Modern State of Melanie Kehoss

Jeremy Wineberg interviews Melanie Kehoss via email on her Little Gallery Installation “Shaping of a Lake”, on view until the end of October at Little Monroe Gallery, located in front of 1901 Monroe Street.  More […]

Oct, 23 · in interview,shows

Dancers will be climbing the walls!

If you missed the Li Chiao-Ping’s Rise Over Run last spring you have another chance to see this amazing work!  Chiao-Ping is known for her  interesting, evocative, exploding-with-energy performances and this is no exceptions.  The […]

Oct, 13 · in shows

Guide to Fall Gallery Night 2014, with Arts Extract!

Spackle Madison has teamed up again with Scott Gordon from Arts Extract to help you pick through the listings, avoid the knick-knacks and set yourself up for a evening of stimulating art on this year’s Fall Gallery […]

Oct, 06

Interview with MykMak Works

From April 20 – May 11, 2014, an audio installation/sound sculpture could be experienced while traveling through the tunnel under Johnson Street at Tenney Park, on Madison’s isthmus. This public artwork (titled Asylum), supported by a […]

May, 25

11 Picks for Spring Gallery Night

This Friday is Spring Gallery Night, and we’ve gotten together with Scott Gordon, editor of Arts Extract, to go through the voluminous list and pick out what look to be the most interesting ways to […]

Apr, 29


This is a fantastic pop-up group show of local artists, in a building that once served as Madison’s train station.  Fittingly, part of the show is housed in two train cars sitting on the tracks.  […]

Apr, 07

Reoriented View / Eddie Villanueva at Edgewood College Gallery

Reoriented View Eddie Villanueva Edgewood College Gallery January 30–March 8, 2014 Lecture: Wednesday, February 26 @ 4:15pm

Feb, 26