Laurie Rossbach, an artist at the Madison Children's Museum, has launched many new art projects during the COVID-19 pandemic, including adding more artworks around her house and courtyard.
Laurie Rossbach steps up her front door, adding another element to what the neighbor calls the "House of Art."
Gone are the days of "no time" to pick up new hobbies.
The pandemic has given us the gift of time, so that they can not only spend time, but also get rid of the turbulent reality.
These hobbies come in many forms, and some have many quirks. From woodworking to learning, to DJ vinyl records, to long virtual walks in the city 5,500 miles away, all can be comfortable and fascinating, despite the endless uncertainty of the epidemic.
The gift from my friend's grandmother's basement taught me how to sew. Sitting on a brand new sewing machine from 1941, using a pedal to sew masks, handbags and other clothes together, you can be quiet for minutes or hours.
Not to mention trying to figure out the chart by sewing patterns.
Many amateurs in Madison are cherishing some new activities during the COVID-19 isolation period, and they appreciate it.
Graphic designer Daniel Goscha found stability through a recognized and distinctive hobby. Inspired by the documentary Kedi, about stray cats in Istanbul, Goscha turned to virtual roaming the city streets and took screenshots of the cats he saw.
He posts posts on his Instagram @streetcats_istanbul every day.
Goscha said: "In the winter when everything else is bad, maintaining this predictable routine is a good part of keeping my sanity."
Graphic designer Daniel Goscha used Google Street View to travel through Istanbul and posted pictures of the cats he found to his Instagram account.
Gesha said he has more than 250 followers, many of whom are from Istanbul. He said that he made some new friends, and although he has never visited in person, he has "fallen in love" with the city.
Goscha said: "I just established such an amazing connection through Instagram and Facebook with people in Istanbul who knew about the project." "I have established good relationships with people I have never met or met."
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The hobby caused Stacy Harbaugh, who is engaged in advertising, and Duane McElvain, an information technology manager, to temporarily leave the computer and screen.
He said that for many years, McElvin had been thinking about becoming a handyman by learning woodworking. Time, space, and money prevented him from starting serious work, but the "boringness" of isolation made him start looking for ways to learn more about woodworking.
About a month after Governor Tony Evers placed an order at his home in March, McElvain signed a membership to the Bodery Maker Space, which provides public space and tools, and even includes experience Some suggestions from rich woodworking.
"I am an IT person, so I don't often build things or use tools. I'm clicking the mouse and running the cable," McElvin said. "For me, this is a fun way to increase my tactile hobby."
Harbaugh's hobby of DJ polka music seems to be mainly related to the auditory factor of listening to music, but for her, picking up records from her collection and putting them on the turntable will also bring more tactile benefits.
Stacy Harbaugh traveled to Champaign, Illinois, picked up her two turntables, and used them to learn DJ polka music by herself.
"It's a very hands-on experience," Huber said. "This is a great way to stay away from the screen and enjoy music deeply."
Laurie Rossbach, an artist at the Madison Children's Museum, reduced his working hours to part-time hours because the museum had to be reorganized when it closed during the pandemic. She found some ways to control her anxiety and take advantage of the spring and summer weather.
Rothbach said: "After the museum closed, I was a little crazy." "The weather is really beautiful, I took advantage of this. I did a large-scale beautification project in the backyard and built a terrace."
Rossbach added more artworks to what her neighbors in the East Side call "art galleries." There are other concrete sculptures in the courtyard, and the porch is decorated with new mosaic details.
Few people can say that they had an easy year. For those who can follow public health guidelines, most social interactions are reduced to outside teleconferences (at least in warm weather), or to reduce personal video calls.
UW Health psychologist Shilagh Mirgain said these changes in social interaction have a real impact on our mental health.
Mirgain said: "When we cannot be together for a long time, it affects our emotions, motivation and perceptions, and makes it easier for us to develop bad health habits."
Mirgain said that some people can and should try their best to maintain social relationships, albeit far away, to eliminate some of the loneliness that may infiltrate. A meaningful conversation via phone or video call is as important as a face-to-face meeting.
People can also use other methods to improve mood.
Mirgain said: "When you are at home alone, we will lose this interaction, and when we are bound by more families for months, the cumulative impact will be huge." "However, during this time, We can achieve the same effect by engaging in a hobby and using our creativity or learning some new knowledge."
Heather Tubwon is a freelance illustrator and designer, as well as a hobby weaver. She got acquainted with a new hobby idea from her friends. She often met and got acquainted with each other. The group now meets regularly via video calls, and some of them mentioned trying to make yarn dye from black walnuts from the trees in her yard.
Tubwon accepted this idea and put it into practice, and now uses natural materials such as avocado skin and black beans to dye wool yarn.
Tubwon said: "It's really interesting to see what I can use to produce dyes. It can reuse what I should have used." "Like black beans-you can eat black beans later."
Heather Tubwon started dyeing her yarn into a hobby during the quarantine period. She also embroiders.
Tubwon said that trying to use new dyes can also "escape." She said that there is nothing to keep her busy and she can easily become depressed.
Mirgain said that during this time, hobbies can provide additional help for maintaining mental health.
Mirgain said: "When we are learning new things, we feel more lively, more motivated, and more purposeful." "This frees us from daily work and grows as we face the challenge of learning new things, and We feel a special sense of accomplishment that can arouse our emotions."
Emotional benefits can grow from small to large.
For McElvain, he is happy with his new function (making useful items for others).
McElvain said: "The biggest benefit I get from this is that I can mix my day together, learn new skills, and be able to practice these skills while providing value to my family, friends and family."
McElvain also uses his new skills to help his dog Lucy, who is old and has difficulty jumping up and down from the sofa or bed. Now, Lucy has a short flight of stairs to help her up and down through her hobby.
Laurie Rossbach, who created new concrete and mosaic sculptures during the quarantine, said: “It really saved me from despair.”
For Rothbach, being busy in creative ways can help her avoid the deterioration of depression and anxiety.
"I think it really saved me from despair," Rothbach said of creating more artworks. "I think that injecting all my anxieties and fears into it, and then turning them into art, definitely makes me have a completely different attitude and view on everything."
On Thursday, January 2, 2020, Ryan Schmudlack took a one-month-old Inga, dragged 2-year-old Norah and 1-year-old Finn through Tenney Park (Tenney Park) to reach the Yahara River, and spent the afternoon in Madison, Wisconsin. Canoe trip. . State AMBER ARNOLD
Camille Conway and his 2-year-old daughter Iris enjoyed a swing on the shore of Lake Monona when snow fell on Olbrich Park in Madison, Wisconsin Event, Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
Dancer Kimi Evelyn (Kimi Evelyn), who studied in the Dance Department of Western Michigan University-Madison, and the artist Kara Elizabeth Walker at the Chazen Museum of Art’s etching "The Means of the End... Five Rehearsal performance near the "Shadow Play". On Thursday, January 16, 2020, on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wisconsin, dancers from the school will be part of the performance of the museum’s upcoming 2020 Academy Exhibition.
On Thursday, January 16, in La Follette (La Follette) 71-61 big eight final defeat opponent Madison East (Madison East) match, Madison La Follette men's basketball fans and defender David Gray ( 3) React. , 2020. "John Hart", State Magazine
Pediatric neurologist Jennifer Kwon tests the power of a 7-week-old Piper Droessler at the University of Wisconsin (UW Hospital) in Madison, Wisconsin on Friday, January 17, 2020 . The Prattville baby born between Caiti and Ben Droessler (background) was the first child in Wisconsin to be diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy through newborn screening, which is a potential Fatal muscle wasting disease. She is also the first baby in the state to be cured by gene therapy. State News AMBER ARNOLD
Alyse Bartol and Sara Park studied at the UW-Madison Memorial Union at the University of Wisconsin and wandered around on the frozen ice of Lake Mendota Take a break. Sophomores said that they think the weather is perfect for taking pictures on ice. On Thursday, January 23, 2020, a snowfall overnight left a basket of white on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. STEVE APPS, American National Journal
Wisconsin State ger dunked Nate Reuvers (35) in the second half. The University of Wisconsin hosted Michigan State University in the Big Ten basketball game at the Cole Center in Madison on Saturday, February 1, 2020. Wisconsin won 64-63. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Madison's Doug Endres and his 2-year-old golden retriever Bosco (Bosco), on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020, at Madison, Wisconsin's favorite place, overlooking the Yahara Estuary Monona Lake nearby. State News AMBER ARNOLD
The picture on the left is Courtney Byelich, the middle is Jeff White, and Mills Botham has established the head of the Statue of Liberty. On Thursday, February 6, 2020, employees and other volunteers from the Memorial Union of the University of Wisconsin-Madison prepare for the Statue of Liberty on the ice of Lake Mendota at the weekend winter carnival. STEVE APPS, State Journal
In front of the University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team, law enforcement officers and emergency responders from the Madison area at the awards ceremony. Will O'Rourke, now 12, and his father Steve Chavala (Steve Chvala) at the rear right to help lift the American flag onto the ice at the Cole Center. On Sunday, February 16, 2020, the Ohio State University was investigated at the Cole Center in Madison, Wisconsin. Chvala is a member of the Madison Police Department. The team’s annual "Fill the Bowl" promotion attracted 14,361 fans, the second largest ever to watch a US women's hockey game. The Ger team won 2-1 overtime. John Hart, State Magazine
Wisconsin defender Grace Bobby (13) and Ohio State forward Liz Sheppers (21) in the second stage of two overtime victories in Wisconsin 2-1 at Cole in Madison, Wisconsin The center gets entangled. Sunday, February 16, 2020. Hart, National Journal
Wisconsin Bad Team guard Brad Davidson (34) was called for a foul while defending Rutgers Scarlet Cavaliers guard Jacob Young (42) in the second half. The University of Wisconsin hosted Rutgers University at the Cole Center in Madison on Sunday, February 23, 2020. Wisconsin won 79-71. STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Monday, February 24, 2020, during the afternoon training in Madison, Wisconsin, members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison cross-country team were reflected in the melting snow of Vilas Park.
20-year-old Isabel Cwik took advantage of the region's late winter climate tending to ease, and enjoyed a swing ride at Orton Park in Madison, Wisconsin on Friday, March 6, 2020.
Middleton moved to Sitori Tanin on the left, while Karina Bursac (25) defeated Madison Memorial in the 61-58 WIAA Division 1 semifinals at Monona Grove High School in Monona, Wisconsin on Saturday, March 7, 2020. After reacting. Memorial guard Brooke Peters (3). John Hart, State Magazine
Members of the Middleton Women's Basketball Team celebrated their 61-58 WIAA Divisional Semifinal defeat to the Madison Memorial at Monona Grove High School in Monona, Wisconsin on Saturday, March 7, 2020.
India (right) Anderson-Carter (India Anderson-Carter) announced that she will become a resident of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Western Australia at Madison on a virtual game day organized by the University of Western Australia School of Medicine and School of Public Health. Sister Lexus, on Friday, March 20, 2020, reacted to the news in the basement of her parents' residence in Madison, Wisconsin.
Hanah Jon Taylor plays saxophone outside Cafe Coda, Williamson Street Jazz Club. Due to the spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, the bars, bars and restaurants closed statewide earlier this week, March 21, 2020. Arbor Arnold
Sign the Orpheum Theater on State Street. The scenery around Dafu Street in Madison, Monday, March 23, 2020.
According to the governor’s "Save at Home" order, traffic on West Washington Avenue will decrease by Wednesday, March 25, 2020.
Jeff Reimann and his 7-year-old daughter Silvia, 4-year-old Mira and their Pumi dog breed Remy take full advantage of the temperature trend in the area In the spring trend, enjoy a cargo bike tour at Vilas Park in Madison, Wisconsin. Friday, March 27, 2020. John Hart (State)
The windows decorated by 10-year-old Amina Diallo in her home in Deforest, Wisconsin, provide support for important workers who continue to work during the coronavirus pandemic. Part of the nationwide effort to express appreciation for people who need to pursue careers during the global health crisis, each color represents a different field of work. Among them are medical staff, including her mother, BethAnn Soiliman-Abdalla (left), who is a nurse. On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, she took a group photo at her home. John Hart, National Gazette
Madison’s newlyweds, Andrew and Emilee West, took a camera mounted on a tripod and used a selfie camera to walk around Capitol Square on the wedding day and in Madison, Wisconsin, 2020 Saturday, April 4th. Their wedding on April 4 last fall included family and friends, but they had to change their plans since the spread of COVID-19. They got married in a park in the town of Burke, surrounded by a group of friends who were practicing social distancing. State News AMBER ARNOLD
Robert Wilson, a resident of Town, Wisconsin, commented on his ballot when he voted at the town’s highway garage building on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.
Doug Milks cleaned up polling stations after the spring elections at East High School in Madison, Wisconsin on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Wednesday, April 15, 2020, in the rotunda of the Capitol, monitors and chairs six feet apart are available for the public to watch a virtual meeting to discuss legislation to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. They remain empty during the meeting. STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Tuesday, April 21, 2020, the medical team communicated with nurses at the patient’s hospital at the University of Wisconsin American Family Children’s Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin via video conference.
Approximately 1,300 battery-powered candles were placed outside the Wisconsin State Capitol to identify Wisconsin people who were hospitalized with COVID-19 in Madison, Wisconsin on Thursday, April 23, 2020.
Unable to enter his residence due to ongoing coronavirus precautions, Donald Harrop’s family and friends celebrated their 103rd birthday at the Milestone Senior Living Center in Cross Plains, Wisconsin through a closed doorway. Friday, April 24, 2020. Harrop was born in 1917 and has now experienced two pandemics, namely the Spanish flu in 1918 and the current COVID-19 crisis. His granddaughter Tina Klimke (Tina Klimke) and great-granddaughter Taylor Ziegler (Taylor Ziegler) talked to him on mobile phones. John Hart, State Magazine
Old friends from left, Mary Power from Fitchburg, Karen Kilroy from Stoughton, Jane Morgan from Oregon, and Pattie Sartori from Stoughton, from right, they practiced social distancing during overdue gatherings, including sharing books and food recipes. Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at Waterman Triangle Park in downtown Oregon, Oregon. Arbor Arnold
The statue of Abraham Lincoln is a traditional photo gathering place for graduates of the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison, Wisconsin. The statue has been rejected by tourists due to measures taken by the university to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Madison, Wisconsin. , May 7, 2020. John Hart, State Magazine
The graduates of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, from left to right, are Jacob Tottleburn of St. Louis, Lindsay Fischer of La Crosse, and Olivia Gonzalez of Milwaukee. They are in the state. A bottle of champagne was opened on Park Avenue and the crosswalk. After watching the virtual spring opening ceremony, we celebrated on Saturday, May 9, 2020, on the roof of the Fischer apartment on the campus in Madison, Wisconsin.
When Danielle Toney Munz was cleaning the floor of her salon (The Edge Edge Hair and Wellness Salon), she was preparing to reopen on Friday at the Richland Center in Wisconsin. May 14, 2020.
On May 5th, Leo Jones (Leo Jones) watched the movie "Aladdin" from the car window on the night of the premiere of the outdoor film series of the Duck Pond Team at the home of the Madison Mallards in Warner Park, Madison, Wisconsin . 20th 20th, 2020. John Hart, State Magazine
On Friday, May 22, 2020, twin sisters Mia (left) and Audrey Walz (14 years old) explore the spring blossoms of crabapple trees during their visit to the UW Botanical Garden at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Jack Sosnowski, owner of Buck & Badger Northwoods Lodge on State Street, uses a tape measure to ensure that the tables are 6 feet apart. According to the county's "Forward Dane" reopening plan, enterprises in Dane County began to increase their production capacity by 25%. By Tuesday, May 26, 2020, the business on State Street will be open.
After peaceful protests on Saturday, May 30, police wearing riot uniforms stopped a group of people on State Street, which evolved into acts of vandalism and looting of State Street. STEVE APPS, State Journal
By Saturday, May 30, 2020, the protests had finally undergone destructive changes in State Street and the Capitol Plaza in Madison.
After the peaceful protest on Saturday, May 30, turned into vandalism and a robbery on State Road, police in riot suits used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse the crowd. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Anders Martin, co-owner of Sunshine Daydream in Madison, Wisconsin, investigated his business following an overnight robbery and riot on State Street in the city’s downtown on Sunday, May 31, 2020 The damage caused. Volunteers cleaned up broken glass, scrubbed graffiti and provided help. Madison police said that during the riots, about 75 businesses were looted or destroyed, and police cars were burned down. (AP Photo/John Hart, Wisconsin State Journal)
Niya McBride, 32, responded to Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway's comments at a press conference. The news The press conference was aimed at a one-night robbery and rioting on State Street in Madison, Wisconsin on Sunday, May 31, 2020. She said she suffered medical injuries after being involved in riots in close combat in the city. John Hart, State Magazine
Silvestre Mendez is reflected in the front window glass of the Rising Son deli on State Street. Until Monday, June 1, 2020, continue to clean up the State Street companies that were destroyed on the second night of the protests in downtown Madison. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Protesters circled around other protesters on the closed John Nolan Drive. Hundreds of protesters marched on the streets of Madison, Wisconsin, blocking all six lanes of Dr. John Nolan on Monday, June 1, 2020, as they said they would take a week of action against police brutality Behavior and "white supremacy". STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Tuesday, June 2, 2020, paint covered the "forward" statue outside the Wisconsin State Capitol after the riots in Madison, Wisconsin. Arbor Arnold
(From left) 19-year-old Sapphina Roller, her mother Emida and 17-year-old sister Zaria cleaned up the artwork after painting a mural on a wealthy wooden board in Madison, Wisconsin on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. Amber Arnold State Journal
On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at a gathering held at the Boys and Girls Club of the Dane County United Family Center in Madison, Wisconsin, district law enforcement officers kneeled with residents and community leaders in a moment of silence to commemorate the George Floyd, who died Zhou, was under the custody of the Minneapolis police. The picture on the left is Armani Bey, all of us or unorganized, Lieutenant Reggie Patterson in the West End of the Madison Police Department, community member Alton Cunningham and Madison Police Justin Creech, an official in the central city of the bureau. John Hart, State Magazine
On Saturday, June 6, 2020, the delivery order was executed at the opening in the plywood-covered facade of Himal Chuli on State Street in Madison, Wisconsin.
Noelle Hetzel, a body paint artist from Hartford, is assisting artist Dawn Marie Svanoe to complete the project. Right, he is working on Deondra Brown in Madison, Wisconsin on Sunday, June 7, 2020. Svanoe is a mural activist for the painting. The "Black Life Is Essential" movement will sell photos and posters of her work to raise funds for Madison's Urban Triage. State News AMBER ARNOLD
On Sunday, June 7, 2020, a group of people marched from Park Street to State Street in the "Black Life Is Essential Solidarity March" organized by the African American Church Council in Madison, Wisconsin.
Mankah Mitchell (Mankah Mitchell) of Madison and her son Brilon (age 7) organized by the Association of African American Churches in State Street, Madison, Wisconsin on Sunday, June 7, 2020. A solidarity parade that is vital to black life stopped to commemorate George Floyd (George Floyd). State News AMBER ARNOLD
On Sunday, June 7, 2020, people marched along the State Capitol to the State Capitol in the "Black Life Issues Solidarity March" organized by the African American Church Council in Madison, Wisconsin. Ahmed Arnold
On Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison in Madison, Wisconsin, due to COVID-19, Madison’s former Lynn DuPree and forward John Burgar both used slot machines with protective dividers. AMBERARNOLD, State Journal
Susan Stern, pictured on the right, puts a tassel on the graduation cap of her son Jericho, on Saturday, June 13, on Chadbourne Avenue in Madison, Wisconsin ( After the parade on Chadbourne Avenue, a group of 2020 graduates from Madison West High School and their families gathered outside the high school. , 2020. This student-organized event is mainly for graduates who live near the University Heights. State News AMBER ARNOLD
On Saturday, June 16th, Layla Beier danced with Mel Mel Boudreau on the left and Hannah Decker on the right. The staff of the evening party visited Beier at her home to participate in the "Remembrance Day" event 2020 hosted by the Heartland Church in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin April 14. Due to COVID-19, the church was unable to hold the annual "Night to Remember" event at Monona Terrace, which is a dance-like experience for people with special needs, so they brought a small dance party for the guests. State News AMBER ARNOLD
12-year-old Augie Wagner is preparing to place an order on the back of a customer’s truck as he is picking up food at the Dain County Farmers’ Market on Alliant Energy Center’s Illow Island , Working with Kay Jensen of Sun Prairie Yen Farms on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 in Madison, Wisconsin.
The chairman of the union, Lily Miller, cleans the spaced tables and chairs. The chairs and tables will be brought to UW-Madison Memorial Union Terrace on Thursday, June 18, 2020 before the opening on June 22. The venue will maintain approximately 17% of its capacity and can only be reserved. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Dan Tortorice of the center sat down with his 9-year-old grandson Aria Oettiker and his 6-year-old brother Anthony Anthony. They visited the Henry Vilas Zoo on the first day of opening hours. During the period, due to their COVID-19 While closed, they eat ice cream here on the 19th, on Thursday, June 18, 2020, in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dwyquan Morris of Madison shared time with his 6-year-old daughter Naomi Lawrence at the 16th event held at Olin Park in Madison, Wisconsin on Friday, June 19, 2020.
The empty pedestal where the advancing statue once stood. Scenes around the State Capitol on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. The protesters removed the Statue of Forward and a statue of a Colonel from the Civil War League. After arresting black activists earlier in the day, protesters also attacked state senators and damaged the Capitol. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Herman Kaldenberg, 97 years old, is a frequent visitor to Piccadilly Lilly Diner in Lone Rock, Wisconsin. He was on his website on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Share the laughter with tourists in the daily parking near the restaurant. John Hart
On Wednesday, July 1, 2020, Pat Dye worked at the empty Mackesey Irish Pub on State Street. The bar owner operated under the new restrictions and basically shut it down. They can only open for takeaway. STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, during an outing with her mother in Wisconsin, 8-year-old Lucy Bobzien and her Madison’s sister Nora (6-year-old Nora) were on the riverfront near the Splashing with each other while swimming on the Yahala River. State News AMBER ARNOLD
(From left to right) Boscobel's Bailie Wellner and Muscoda's Bryce Clark wait for the screening time of the featured movie "Fast & Furious" at the Starlite 14 open-air cinema in Richland Center, Wisconsin, on Friday, July 5. October 10, 2020.
14-year-old Ethan Brown-Scott (Ethan Brown-Scott) and 13-year-old sister Maya (Mya) dressed in Kati Stone (Kati Stone) in the background, when they participated in the state of Madison, Wisconsin Spray colored water into the crowd at the intersection of the Interchange and Goham Street, July 12, 2020, Sunday.
(From left) Chief of Staff Mitchel Pronga on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, at Lussier East East YMCA in Madison, Wisconsin, with 9-year-old summer camper Kayla Castill, 12-year-old Ava Guimond, and 10-year-old Lila Arkin. board game. AMBER ARNOLD State Magazine
Social distance marking from stairs to water slide. Madison’s Goodman Pool has finally opened this season, with new capacity restrictions, mask authorization and reduced working hours. The swimming pool was shot on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
Participants marched on Williamson Street in Madison, Wisconsin on Monday, July 20, 2020, in a rally held in conjunction with the national "Strike for Black Life" gathering. Rachel Chisman (Rachel Chisman) and her daughter Eden (Eden) participated in the demonstration. John Hart, State Magazine
HaakHagen goats grazing. This is a Poynette farm run by friends Greg Haak and Brooke Hushagen. It was taken on July 22, 2020 (Wednesday), with the goal of grazing in Olin Park in Madison. STEVE APPS, State Journal
9-year-old Ma'isha Suwareh and 8-year-old Slimatou Barry, members of the Goodman Community Center Summer Camp, ran on the center breakwater. They took full advantage of the sunny days in Madison, Wisconsin, July Friday, February 24, 2020. John Hart, State Magazine
On Tuesday, July 28, 2020, participants in the St. Ambrose College Summer Skills Workshop will be bird watching at Irvine Nature Reserve in Madison, Wisconsin.
On Wednesday, July 29, when business owners on Avenue Street in Madison, Wisconsin considered pandemic issues and racial justice protests, the best way to move forward after challenging their business, Michelangelo’s cafe owner Sam Chehade watched The front window of his store in Madison, Wisconsin. , 2020. "John Hart", State Magazine
Ari Viscarra and Sean Kim of Madison, both waiting with other vehicles on the circuit of Wisconsin State Fair Park, and then on Thursday, July 30, 2020 in West Wisconsin The "Daily Food Pass" event held in Ellis City opens daily. State journal
The Wisconsin State Football Team will practice on Monday, August 10, 2020. The Big Ten team will announce on Tuesday that it will cancel the fall football season. STEVE APPS, State Journal
The mourners gathered at Brittingham Park in Madison, Wisconsin on Thursday, August 13, 2020, and released the balloon at 11:11 a.m., when the family of Anna Scott was evacuating the 11-year-old Life support for shooting victims. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Sue Leute of East Dubuque, Illinois, and her husband Kevin went to Wisconsin on August Wednesday during a paddle board outing with her long-haired Chihuahua dog Peanut (Peanut) The waters of Lake Wingela in Madison 19 19, 2020, John Hart, State Magazine
The family and friends of Anisa Scott, an 11-year-old girl from Wisconsin, were shot while riding in a car. The pigeons were collected before the start of the memorial and commemoration celebrating her life in the city. Commemorate her. February 22, 2020.
Liam McCarthy, who works for Teddywedgers, waits for workers to come and board the broken windows of State Street Business. Taken on Tuesday, August 25, 2020, the vandalism on State Street and Capital S in the early morning was cleaned up. STEVE APPS, "State Gazette"
On August 25, 2020, one of the protests held in Madison, Wisconsin, was a candlelight vigil in the Capital Plaza. STEVE APPS, State Journal
In order to comply with the agreement established by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison band performed limited-ability practice on a campus in Madison, Wisconsin, wearing masks and playing instruments with bell covers. 8 Thursday, 27th, 2020. "John Hart", State Magazine
On Tuesday, September 1, Harry Brighouse, a professor of philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, had a discussion with students in the lecture room of Ingraham Hall on the campus of Madison, Wisconsin. Due to the continuing troubles of COVID-19 , The students are sitting far away from each other. 2020. "John Hart", State Magazine
On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, pedestrians crossed Dao Fu Street in rainy and cold weather.
A student window in the seller’s lobby displayed a message that many people in the quarantine dormitory may be considering Thursday, September 10, 2020, as the university has taken measures to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak on campus. STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Thursday, September 10, 2020, unload food in Sellery Hall. This is the first day of the 14-day quarantine work in the Witte and Sellery Halls quarantine areas on Thursday, September 10, 2020.
Karllas Brown prays during outdoor service in the parking lot of the AME Church in the SS Morris Community on Milwaukee Street, Madison, Wisconsin on Sunday, September 13, 2020.
Madison (Madison) 10-year-old Adrian Purnae leads a group of people from McPike Park to Orton in the "Children's Parade" held in Madison, Wisconsin on Sunday, September 13, 2020 park.
People are preparing to absent ballots. Starting today, clerk in Wisconsin will issue thousands of absentee ballots. On Tuesday, September 15, 2020, the preparation of the ballot papers to be mailed to the Madison City and County Building has been completed. STEVE APPS, State Journal
The Green Bay Packers ran to an empty Lambeau venue on Sunday, September 20, 2020. Due to the outbreak of COVID in Wisconsin, the Packers participated in the game with empty seats. STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Tuesday, September 22, 2020, creative learning preschool student Zachary Braun reacted with a series of falling leaves on the ground of the Wisconsin State Capitol with teachers and classmates during the first day of the fall visit. John Hart (State)
Stephanie Rytilahti (Stephanie Rytilahti) and her children 7-year-old Cecil (Cecil), 4-year-old Sorrel (Sorrel) and 2-year-old Orion (Orion) dog, pineapple, boots and Ji Gigi walks along an outing in the fall, passing Ohio Street in Madison, Wisconsin, September 30, 2020 John Hart (State)
Homeless people sprang up in the tent camp near Madison. Photos of the homeless in McPike Park and Reindahl Park were taken on Thursday, October 1, 2020.
After the morning showers, 12-year-old Joaquin Perez enjoys afternoon sun and inline skating during a trip to the Irving A. Robert Goodman Skate Park in Madison McPike Park in Madison, Wisconsin . December 12, 2020.
In April, Prussia kneeled down on a group of piglets that came out of the fenced area on her farm Dorothy Ranch, where she raised the Gloucestershire Old Spot in Blanchardville, Wisconsin Pig, Thursday, October 15, 2020. Log
Cycling through the autumn colors of the 2020 UW Botanical Garden and enjoying the cool, dry and calm environment of the day during an outing on Arboretum Drive in Madison, Wisconsin. Monday, October 19, 2020.
Evelio Mancera, a resident of Madison, Wisconsin, and his daughter Jennifer Mancera filled out the ballots on the first day of the absentee voting on the November 3 general election held outside the New York City County House on Tuesday, October 20. 2020. "John Hart", State Magazine
In the Gibraltar Rock State Reserve near Lodi, Wisconsin, the red cypress trees that rise above the Wisconsin River Valley share a bluff on the cliff. On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, Christine Marsh of Glenbira, Wisconsin visited the area.
The Wisconsin ger team hosted the Big Ten Football Championship on Friday, October 23, 2020 at Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Chief inspector Pat Butler is checking absentee ballots. Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Mendota Elementary School in Madison, Wisconsin. (AP Photo/Journal of Wisconsin State University, Steve Aps)
On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Michelle Masterson took a photo in front of the "I Vote Today" sign outside the Oregon Village Auditorium, Oregon, Oregon.
Polling station worker Joyce Kaping cleared the protective barrier during the downtime between voters at the polling station of the First Lutheran Church in Stoughton, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
On Thursday, November 5, 2020, among UW Health medical staff in Madison, Wisconsin, patients infected with COVID-19 wear protective equipment to treat the new coronavirus.
Trump held a pro-Trump "Stop Theft" rally at the Madison, Wisconsin State Capitol on Friday, November 6, 2020. STEVE APPS, State Journal
At the Trump "stop theft" rally on Friday, November 6, 2020, at the State Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin, black life issue protesters joined Trump protesters. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Angela Maloney (Angela Maloney) on the left of Madison and Eva Szocik (Milwaukee) celebrated Biden's victory. Supporters of former Vice President Biden will celebrate at the State Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, November 7, 2020. They are celebrating his prediction that he will become the next president of the United States. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Supporters of former Vice President Joe Biden celebrate at the State Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, November 7, 2020. They are celebrating the prediction that Biden will become the next president of the United States. STEVE APPS, State Journal
On Wednesday, November 11, 2020, Mike Nelson, the son of the American Revolution, held the American flag in the Union Rest area at Forest Hill Cemetery in Madison, Wisconsin to commemorate Veterans Day. The gathering at Camp #2 is to commemorate today's veterans by commemorating the historical military heroes who have connections with the local area. John Hart, State Magazine
The Green Bay Packers hosted the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lambeau Field on November 15, 2020 (Sunday).
The Green Bay Packers' defense celebrated the second quarter interception by Adrian Amos (31). The Green Bay Packers hosted the Jacksonville Jaguars at Lambeau Field on November 15, 2020 (Sunday).
The afternoon sun makes tourists appear silhouetted on the shoreline of Lake Wingala in Vilas Park, Madison, Wisconsin, Tuesday, November 17, 2020.
Election officials around Dane County voted at Monona Terrace in Madison, Wisconsin on Thursday, November 19, 2020, with a view to counting votes from Friday. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Kate Dale and her sister Meg Prestigiacomo kept a photo of their mother Anne Heine, and Anne Heine in She died of COVID-19 on her 73rd birthday in July, and on Thursday, November 19, outside her home in Presti Giacomo, Wisconsin, 2020. Arbor Arnold
On Monday, November 23, 2020, Jason Dhooghe (23) of Wisconsin collided with Oskar Autio (35) of Penn State University at the La Bahn Arena in Madison, Wisconsin. .
The first measurable snowfall of the season allowed the dog owner and her pet to explore the morning snow while walking through Harvey E. Schmidt Park in Madison, Wisconsin, making the surrounding area seem indifferent. Tuesday, November 24, 2020. Log
On Friday, November 27, 2020, in the men’s basketball game in Madison, Wisconsin, the Wisconsin State Bad team succeeded the Arkansas Golden Lions at Sun Bluff, with an empty seat in the Cole Center. Amber Arnold
Taking full advantage of the fading days of autumn, a group of frisbee enthusiasts enjoy the ultimate game while watching the sunset of the day and the evening moon rising on the shore of Lake Michigan in Milwaukee, Michigan. Saturday, November 28, 2020. Hart, National Journal
On Saturday, November 28, 2020, behind a pair of tourists on Lake Michigan in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an almost full moon rose.
On Tuesday, December 1, 2020, at the Cole Center in Madison, Wisconsin, at the end of the second half of the game against Green Bay Phoenix, Wisconsin Bad team basketball players cheered for the team on the bench.
On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, Joshua Jaeschke, a high school student at Middleton High School, played the tenor outside the home of a family member on a farm in Oregon, Wisconsin. Amber Arnold
Willie Lyons used nails at the entrance of a new small house in Madison’s small residential village in the former Wig Bar on the north side of Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, December 5th. Nails, used as clothes hooks. , 2020. State AMBER ARNOLD
The inside Green Bay Packers of guard Christian Coxie (58) tried to counter Boston Scott (35) with the Philadelphia Eagles in the first quarter. The Green Bay Packers hosted the Philadelphia Eagles at Lambeau Field in Green Bay on Sunday, December 6, 2020. STEVE APPS, State Journal
The Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams (17) handed the ball to quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12), who scored a 9-yard touchdown in the third quarter. This is Rogers' 400 career touchdown passes. The Green Bay Packers hosted the Philadelphia Eagles at Lambeau Field in Green Bay on Sunday, December 6, 2020. STEVE APPS, State Journal
Laura Nickel (32) of Marshall hopes to play the first half of the basketball game at New Glarus High School in New Glarus, Wisconsin on Tuesday, December 8. In, Alexandra Atwell (15) and Grace Nommensen (20) bypassing New Glarus. , 2020. State AMBER ARNOLD
On Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 8-year-old Ebba Patterson and her brother Owen went through an unusually mild afternoon to participate in the Vilas in Madison, Wisconsin. The "Battle of Cattails" in the Park (Vilas Park). State Journal
Wisconsin Bad team forward Micah Potter reacted after dunking the ball against the Rhode Island Rams at the Cole Center in Madison, Wisconsin on Wednesday, December 9, 2020.
On Friday, December 11, 2020, Lodi basketball players cheered for the players from the stands in the first half of the basketball game against New Glarus at Lodi High School in Lodi, Wisconsin.
Brittany Pahnke of Madison presents "An Ode to Cars" by the Wisconsin Chamber Choir on the roof of the American Home Insurance Company's parking lot in Madison, Wisconsin, Saturday, December 12, 2020 Sing as the concert warms up. Amber Arnold State Journal
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