Posts by Emily Volland

Meet Brittany!

Hi everyone! My name is Brittany Sager and I am from Hortonville, Wisconsin (it is right by Appleton for reference).  One of the only cool things about Hortonville is that our mascot is a polar bear;  the only other school in the US to have that as their mascot.  I will be going into my…

Exciting Changes at 100state

Since its founding in 2013, 100state’s mission to create a community and home for problem-solvers, creatives, and entrepreneurs, has been driven by innovation and collaboration. We are an organization dedicated to providing education resources, events, mentorship, and more to the Madison area business and arts communities. Over the years, 100state has evolved to become a…

Featured Artist Friday: Roberto Torres Mata

Featured Artist: Roberto Torres Mata Mata’s work is part of the exhibition  “Movement” on display in 100state through April 3rd. On his work, Mata states “I used past events and topics throughout this series of prints, much of my process involved collages of newspaper reports involving protests against the treatment of undocumented people, as well…

If you’re reading this right now, it’s hopefully from the comfort of your own home. Self-quarantines and social isolation may be necessary on a public health level, but they definitely allow for more (almost too much) free time. If you’re considering rewatching your favorite show for the third time, why not explore some other activities…

Feature Artist Friday: John Hitchcock

Featured Artist: John Hitchcock Hitchcock’s work is part of the exhibition  “Movement” on display in 100state through April 3rd. John Hitchcock is an Artist, Professor of Art and Associate Dean of Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Professor Hitchcock has served as Faculty Director of The Studio Learning Community and Art Department Graduate Chair. He…

100state & COVID-19: A Letter to our Members & Guests

We at 100state have been diligently monitoring the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, and routinely reassessing how to best proceed for the welfare of both our members and guests.  While we currently have no reason for concern within our space, we are taking every precaution to ensure that remains the case.  The safety and wellbeing of our…

February Member of the Month: Lou Reed

Our February Member of the Month is Lou Reed! This soon to be Dad, kickass real estate broker, and avid skier, is a long-time supporter of 100state. He also has the best wedding photo around. Trust us – just ask him. Read more about Lou below! Occupation: President and Commercial Real Estate Broker at Lou…
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Featured Artist Friday

Featured Artist: Maria Amalia Amalia’s work is part of the exhibition « Movement » on display in 100state through April 3rd. On her work, Amalia states « Working intuitively, I draw upon material culture and the natural environment to create beautiful marks that refer to specific memories of lived experiences. » Maria Amalia holds a bachelor’s degree in General…
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100Reasons to Host Your Event at a Coworking Space

Whether you’re holding a networking event, office party, or board meeting, you need one thing: a venue. Yet the traditional venues – hotels, classrooms, and offices – can feel unproductive, uncreative, and unwelcoming. So, what do you do? A coworking space can offer the solution you need. Keep reading to find out why you should…

January Member of the Month: Toni Tiemann

Our January Member of the Month is Toni Tiemann!  Toni has been a member since 2019 and is 100state’s top music critic.  We can confirm that she has excellent taste (in music, fashion,  and of course co-working spaces), and always helps keep the work day flowing with the most “jangly” of tracks.  Learn more about…
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