The work of UW–Madison’s Lianne Milton — a documentary photographer and second-year master of fine arts student with the School of Education’s Art Department — is currently being showcased in the School of Education Gallery.
The exhibition is titled, “Between Dark and Dawn: A Personal Exploration of the Maternal Spirit.” It runs through June 20 in the gallery, which is located on the first floor of the Education Building.
Milton says her work is about “matrescence,” and describes the exhibit as, “a personal photographic exploration of an altered temporality and generational linearity of the maternal spirit.”
“I draw on the strength of my ancestors, like mother trees who nurture and protect their young,” she says. “The wild and wise of nature’s fertile landscape reminds me how motherhood is complex, diverse, and extraordinary.”
The School of Education Gallery is open between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Per UW–Madison’s pandemic policy, visitors are asked to complete this form prior to visiting the gallery.
Learn more about “Between Dark and Dawn,” here.