Roberta J. Hill (Oneida) is a poet, fiction writer and scholar. Her most recent poetry publication is Cicadas: New and Selected Poetry (Holy Cow! Press, 2013). Her short story, "Reading the Streets," was published in 2016 in the International Writing Program's online journal, Narrative Witness #2, "Indigenous Peoples: Australia-United States" online: https://iwpcollections.squarespace.com/nw2-roberta-hill. She edited the July 2014 issue of the Black Earth Institute's journal, About Place, "Enlightened Visions," available online: http://aboutplacejournal.org/enlightened-visions/. She is a Professor of English and American Indian Studies and is affiliated with The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Arts + Literature Laboratory is located in Madison’s Schenk-Atwood neighborhood at 2021 Winnebago Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53704.
Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11am-3pm during exhibitions or by appointment. Please check the exhibitions calendar before planning your visit, as the gallery is closed between exhibitions and other schedule changes are posted here.