Join us on Tuesday, January 12 from 12:00 p.m. to 1 p.m. as Isthmus Arts and Culture Editor Catherine Capellaro discusses the financial impact of the pandemic on artists and the local arts scene. Optional networking time will take place from 11:30 a.m. to Noon. This event will be a moderated conversation between Catherine and retired Wisconsin Public Radio talk show host Joy Cardin. Your questions and experiences working in the arts or as a patron of the arts will be included. Catherine will describe how COVID-19 has impacted the arts and artists, how the creative community is responding, and what we can do to help. Catherine says she has made it her mission to try to elevate the voices of artists, and especially artists of color, in these challenging times. As a performing artist herself, she is also in touch with the emotional toll of not performing or having outlets for connecting with audiences.
About Catherine Capellaro: Catherine Capellaro is the Arts and Culture Editor at Isthmus, an independent newspaper in Madison. She reviews theater, books, film and television for Isthmus, and has written for The Progressive, Madison Magazine, the Capital Times and other publications. She is the co-author of the musical comedies Walmartopia (Off Broadway), Temps! and In the Beginning. She also sings and plays trumpet with the bands Loving Cup and VO5. She is a graduate of UW-Madison with a B.A. in History.
Regular Members & WRA Gift Certificates: Regular TEMPO Madison Members who register for the virtual luncheon have the option to receive a $20 gift card from the Wisconsin Restaurant Association (WRA). Please check if you would like to receive a gift certificate selection when completing the registration form.
No Cost for Retiree and Sabbatical members to attend, WRA gift cards not included with registration.
Guests are welcome, cost is $10 per person.
Online registration will close at 5:00 pm on Monday, January 11.
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