Save the Date for August 17th & 18th, 2024 10am to 5pm - Rain or Shine
Save the Date for August 17th & 18th, 2024 10am to 5pm - Rain or Shine

2024 Artists

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2024 Judges

Karin Wolf

Karin Wolf has experience in arts project management, research, writing, and educational programs. She is the Arts & Culture Administrator for the City of Madison in the Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development and staff to the Madison Arts Commission. She manages the City’s arts grants, runs the gallery spaces, handles new public art projects, and managed the creation of the City’s first cultural arts plan and performing arts facility study.

Previously, she served as the Special Programs Coordinator in the Community Outreach Department at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, where she created award-winning programs for educators and K-16 students in art, design and technology. She has worked as an educational assistant at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and an assistant to 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.

Sarah Stolte

Sarah Stolte completed her PhD in Art History with the UW-Madison, 2019. In addition to Art History, Sarah’s
interests include curatorial practices and museum studies.

She has worked as a curator with the Dallas Museum of Art, the Milwaukee Art Museum, Edgewood College, and Madison College. In 2013, she co-curated an exhibition of Contemporary Native American Art that opened with the vernissage of the Venice Biennale.

Her most recent publications are “Hustling and Hoaxing: Institutions, Modern Styles, and Yeffe Kimball’s “Native” Art.” American Indian Culture and Research Journal (2019) 43 (4): 77–92 and “Introduction.” Wyckoff,
Elizabeth ed. Wisconsin in Watercolor. Madison, WI: Wisconsin Historical Society Press (2018).


To be announced 

Ceramics – To be announced 
Drawing/Pastels/Printmaking – To be announced 
Fiber/Leather – To be announced 
Glass – To be announced 
Jewelry – To be announced 
Mixed Media 2D – To be announced 
Mixed Media 3D – To be announced 
Painting – To be announced 
Photography – To be announced 
Sculpture – To be announced 
Wood – To be announced