Andreas Koefoed’s documentary “The Lost Leonardo” digs into the intersection between art and commerce, between aesthetic value and monetary value, in telling the story of the “Salvator Mundi," the most expensive painting in the world.
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Bravebird, an Indigenous and woman-owned video production company, hosted a panel about the intersection of arts, activism, and social inequity.
"This isn’t just a case of a senator spouting nonsense. This is a matter of health and safety."
Dear Editor: I am sharing this video, writing, and art with you from a place of deep concern for the existential and species-level threat that…
The competition will award the top three 90-second-or-less public service announcement creators a cash prize.
Roots reggae band Natty Nation plays the High Noon Saloon in Madison for the inaugural session of Cap Times Live, including interview questions from features editor Rob Thomas.
“‘Monona: If there’s a bright center of the Universe, we’re the town just adjacent to it,’” reads one post on the Facebook page for the city’s new tourism division.
As your final year of high school nears its end, the Cap Times wants to highlight the voices of Madison-area seniors who are graduating this year. We are asking seniors to submit a video between 30 and 60 seconds answering the question: “What did you learn this year?”
“There's a lot of people who were thinking that racism is over now just because we got a guilty verdict, but, truthfully what a guilty verdict is, is just holding somebody accountable for what they did,” Samuel Fiifi Cann said.