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LunART Festival 2023



Panel Discussion "Art & Heritage"

Wednesday, May 31

7 PM | Arts + Lit Lab

We will delve into the topic of how heritage influences artistic expression with three vibrant women: June Millington (musician), Dorothy Chang (composer), and Rachel Werner (author). This discussion promises to engage the audience in a relevant and timely exploration of how personal and cultural heritage informs our artistic endeavors.

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A Day with Rock Legend June Millington

Thursday, June 1

Goodman Community Center

June Millington is "one of the hottest female guitarists in the industry!"

~ Guitar Player Magazine 

Learn from this rock-legend, hear her live in a short solo performance, and enjoy screening of a brand new movie FANNY - The Right to Rock!

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June Millington, rock legend
LunmART Chamber Music Collective

Gala Chamber Music Concert

Friday, June 2

7:30 PM | Hamel Music Center

True to LunART form, this thrilling program will showcase a tapestry of diverse chamber works for winds, strings, piano, voice and percussion, including world and US premieres. This one-of-a-kind performance will feature music never before heard in Madison. From the atmospheric and meditative to the expressive and percolating, this program is sure to spark your imagination.

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An Exploration of the Life of Nadia Boulanger

Saturday, June 3

7:30 PM | Hamel Music Center

In a mesmerizing one woman tour-de-force marrying chamber music with theater, actress/singer Adriana Zabala explores the memories and secrets behind the legendary and charismatic music teacher, Nadia Boulanger.

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Adriana Zabala sa Nadia Boulanger
LunART Composers Hub Cohort 2023

Composers Hub Spotlight

Sunday, June 4

2:30 PM | Arts + Lit Lab

Seven composers from far and wide come together for a performance of fresh, new chamber works at the 2023 LunART Festival. Enjoy a beautiful spectrum of musical styles, embracing influences of American folk music, Chinese traditional, European classical and jazz. 


We are extremely excited to feature works by our 2023 Composers Hub fellows: Alison Ogden, Claire Cope, Inna Onofrei, Lauren Conklin, Magdalena Gorwa & Taylor Zickefoose.

Reception to follow!

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by Amira Caire

This digital artwork has been commissioned by LunART for the Festival 2023 "REIMAGINE."

Seal in the beauty of REIMAGINE with a stunning 8 x 10 print of Amira Caire's commemorative artwork. Keep it for yourself, or make it a gift for a fellow art-lover, and help us share the mission of LunART!

Order REIMAGINE commemorative artwork today. The print can be picked up at the Festival events or delivered to your home address. 


Price: $55

For this piece, I wanted to compliment and capture the essence of LunArt. Being an organization that honors and promotes women in the arts, as well as having the Moon as its symbol, it was the best plan I had for the artwork. I chose to have the woman lack a skin color to represent the diversity of women LunArt takes into account. It was also crucial to me to incorporate the Moon being centered and held by her, since I see us women being the Moon’s mirror. Throughout history we have had challenges being seen and considered, but our unwavering resilience granted us the ability to be a light, shining bright regardless of the unfair or dark experiences we were dealt. We are necessary in this world, and as creators and artists, we are destined to show that we and our work matter. ~ Amira Caire, artist


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This project is supported by Dane County Arts with additional funds from the Endres Mfg. Company Foundation; The Evjue Foundation, Inc., charitable arm of The Capital Times; the W. Jerome Frautschi Foundation; and the Pleasant T. Rowland Foundation.

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