Member Exhibit Opportunities

(Updated 11/04/2018)

See the calendar here.
 

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 or Mark Golbach .

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 (Reception 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

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: Leonard Black

Nov - Dec: Michael R. Anderson

2020

Jan-Feb: Open

Mar-Apr: Open

May-Jun: Open

July Aug: Open

Sep-Oct: Open

Nov-Dec: Open

Currently at the Fluno Center:  “Unusual Viewpoints” by Skot Weidemann

“My display includes a collection of viewpoints I have recorded along my recent travels. The aerial views are especially important to me because my camera on board allows me to capture photographics that are so unique and generally not presenting themselves to me or others, because we human animals spend most of our lives on the ground.

“All views in this display are composed, recorded, saved, and chosen to be presented in the form of prints for others to see. My personal artistic photographics are what I consider a rebirth of my way of looking at things, which was interrupted by many years of producing interpretive commercial photography for others.  Carry on.” – Skot Weidemann

Weidemann’s exhibit will run through December.

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                                                                     

Sep-Oct: Annette & Michael Knapstein      

Nov-Dec: Mike Anderson    

2019

Jan-Feb: Katharina Marchant                                        

Mar-Apr: Marcia Getto                                           

May-Jun: April Albaugh                                                 

Jul-Aug:  Michele Gast and Byron Glick               

Sep-Oct: Katie Markson                                       

Nov-Dec: Tim Mulcahy  

2020

Jan-Feb: Open

Mar-Apr: Open

May-Jun: Open

July Aug: Open

Sep-Oct: Carolyn Knorr and Amy Stocklein

Nov-Dec: Open

Currently at the Lowell Center: “North of the Tension Line” by Mike Anderson

“Most of us like to travel. Maybe we’ve visited the Eiffel Tower in France or walked on the Great Wall of China. Marvelous places indeed! Some of us also have favorite places that have more generic names. The beach. The cabin. The lake. Places that were planted in our hearts when we were young. Places that evoke memories of family and friends and wrap us in the warmth of happy memories.

“One of my favorite places is ‘The island.’ Friends and family never ask what island; it’s one of their favorite places as well. It lies just off the tip of the Door County Peninsula in Wisconsin – Washington Island. During the year we often talk about having ‘island fever’ or about looking forward to ‘another day in paradise.’ And when we finally drive off the ferry that delivers us to the island, we always know that we are ‘North of the Tension Line.’ I hope these images give you a sense of this special place.” – Mike Anderson

Anderson’s exhibit will run through December. An opening reception is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 4, 1-3 p.m. in the Lowell Center lobby.