Upcoming events

    • Sunday, February 25, 2024
    • Sunday, March 03, 2024
    • Gallery 7, 7th Floor, Humanities Building, 455 N Park St., Madison

    "The Distance to Kababayan" is an art exhibit by Mariah Moneda, an MFA student in UW-Madison. It runs from February 25 to March 3 (Gallery 7, 7th Floor, Humanities Building, 455 N Park St.).

    The exhibit will have its closing reception and performance on March 1, Friday, at 4 pm.

    About the artist:

    Mariah Moneda (b.1997) is an interdisciplinary artist whose work ruminates on the lasting impressions of memory over time. As a First Generation, Filipino-American, she layers visual imagery with textiles and sculpture as a tender, introspective, ritual. Moneda is currently an EDGRS Fellow and MFA Candidate within the photography program at UW–Madison. She received her BFA in Photography from Arizona State University where she was nominated as Outstanding Undergraduate through The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. She has taught visual literacy at the Museum of Photographic Arts, was a printing apprentice at East County Print Shop, and Photographer, Registrar, and Artist Liaison at Sparks Gallery in San Diego, CA. She is currently teaching photographic workshops at Wheelhouse Studios and Instructor on Record for beginning digital photography at UW-Madison.

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