Madison College Gallery at Truax highlights a summer of art


Madison College Gallery at Truax features a summer full of art to delight the community.

Artist Jane Braatz’s Zebras in Vivid Color is the highlight of exhibit filled with painting, drawings, ceramics, jewelry, art metals, collage and more. 

The exhibition represents the range of media, techniques and interests explored in Madison College’s continuing education classes, where lifelong learners, from beginner to advanced, have the opportunity to learn from local teaching artists. 

Continuing education courses are open to the community and are offered throughout the year, catering to a wide range of interests beyond art such as music, language, cooking and more. 

Upcoming art classes include a watercolor lab, screen printing, VR art, art welding, fabric arts, ceramics, and more. Find more information and register on

A watercolor of zebras from artist Jane Braatz.
Artist Jane Braatz’s Zebras in Vivid Color.

The Madison College Continuing Education Student Art Show is on display until Sept. 20. A closing ceremony is set for Sept. 20 from 4-6 p.m.
The Gallery at Truax is located on the mezzanine in the entrance of the Truax Building Room A1005, 1701 Wright St., Madison. Gallery hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 1-5 p.m. Guests may park in the visitor or student lots.

Madison College Gallery at Truax features innovative artist exhibits throughout the year, with free access to the public. For more information, visit the Gallery at Truax website.