Member Exhibit Opportunities

(Updated 08/12/2018)
 

The PhotoMidwest Studio Gallery

PhotoMidwest has a gallery (The PhotoMidwest Studio Gallery) located in our space at 700 Rayovac Dr. in Madison, WI.  Exhibits change monthly. They are referred to as "Featured Photographer at the PhotoMidwest Studio." The contacts for this space are Michael R. Anderson <manderson1948@att.net> or Mark Golbach <mgolbach@gmail.com>.

The gallery is open to the public on Saturday afternoons from noon - 4:00 pm.  The exhibit can be seen at other times by all visitors to our premises at Rayovac Dr. including interest groups, classes and by special arrangements for the darkroom and the printers.

Click here for more information about having an exhibit in this space, including the layout of the gallery, the amount of wall space, details about the opening reception you can host and much more.

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PhotoMidwest Studio Gallery Exhibit Schedule

2018

Aug –  20th Anniversary of PhotoMidwest

September – 20th Anniversary of PhotoMidwest
October – Myanmar Travel Group
Nov – Artist Within Salon Group Show (rec’p 11/1

Dec – Photos of Japan - George Roesch Johnson

 
The Fluno Center


The Fluno Center, 601 University Ave. on the UW-Madison campus, is home to the UW-Madison School of Business Center for Professional and Executive Development. Its gallery space is located near the first floor auditorium and the front desk. Open hours are generally 8 pm to 5 pm each day. Public parking is available in the Lake St., Frances St. and Lot 46 parking ramps.   Two-month exhibit time slots.  The exhibit space has room for 30-35 images and features the Walker hanging system with rods for easy exhibit installation. If you or your photographic arts group would like to exhibit at Fluno, or more information, contact Volunteer Exhibits Coordinator, Wayne Brabender, wayne.brabender@gmail.com or call 608-577-3300.

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The Fluno Center Exhibit Schedule
 
2018

July - Aug: Edie Swift

Sept - Oct: Carolyn Knorr

Nov - Dec: Skot Weidemann


2019

Jan - Feb: Jessica Kuenzi

Mar - Apr: Tim Mulcahy

May - Jun: Anne and Tim Connor

July - Aug: Jennifer Peters

Sept - Oct: Open

Nov - Dec: Michael R. Anderson

Currently at the Fluno Center:  Edie Swift: Bhutan: Prayer Flags Everywhere

"Bhutan is an amazing place of color and motion. It is a small nation bordering India, to which it is very close, and China, which it fears. There is a reason it is often called the lost country. It had no national currency, telephones, schools or hospitals before the 1960s. They have been very careful about tourism in a conscious effort to maintain their identity. The 4th king, whose birthday was celebrated while I was there, is moving the country away from absolute power toward democracy. They really do have a "Gross National Happiness” survery. The British were unaware of the country until 1772 when the throne of what is now W. Bengal appealed to the East India Company to get the Bhutanese out of their kingdom. Which brings up Myanmar.

 

"Myanmar: This will be my 4th annual visit and there are some images from there as well. I watch the ethnic battles from a distance and with Incredible sadness. Everyone was so optimistic after the recent election, but it may be years until the military actually stops running the country. There is a long history of these ethnic conflicts that will have to be overcome. I keep reminding myself that democracies don’t happen quickly. I love the people and moments I have found there. Myanmar, too, has only been open to the world for a short time and I am grateful to have visited." -- Edie Swift

The Lowell Center

The Lowell Center is located on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus at 610 Langdon Street. and operated by the UW-Extension Conference Centers. The lobby is set aside to showcase the creativity and talent of photographic artists in the Madison area and throughout southern Wisconsin.    Two-month long exhibit slots. If you are interested in exhibiting at the Lowell Center, or want more information, email Wayne Brabender, wayne.brabender@gmail.com, Volunteer Exhibit Space Coordinator, or call 608-577-3300.
 

Lowell Center Exhibits Schedule
 
2018                                                               

May-August: Tim Mulcahy            

Sep-Oct: Annette & Michael Knapstein      

Nov-Dec: Mike Anderson    

2019

Jan-Feb: Katharina Marchant                                        

Mar-Apr: Marcia Getto                                           

May-Jun: April Albaugh                                                 

Jul-Aug:  Open                 

Sep-Oct: Katie Markson                                       

Nov-Dec: Tim Mulcahy  

Currently at the Lowell Center: Tim Mulcahy "Haunted Waters"

HAUNTED BY WATERS

"Like Norman Maclean, author of A River Runs Through It, 'I am haunted by waters.'

"I am not haunted in the sense of ghosts or evil spirits, but rather haunted in the sense of a mysterious, yet undeniable ‘inter-connectedness’ that manifests itself through one of life’s most vital substances -- water.  This sense of ‘haunting’ is perhaps most akin to one of the tenets of the Unitarian Universalists’ living tradition; a 'direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life.' For me, water evokes just such a peaceful sense of connection to all peoples, places and things.

"This exhibit features my humble attempts to capture and share the transcending mystery, wonder and renewing power of water. 

"I am haunted by waters and these are some of my favorite 'haunts.’" -- Tim Mulcahy