Member Exhibit Opportunities
PhotoMidwest Studio Gallery, The Fluno Center and The Lowell Center
The photomidwest studio gallery
The PhotoMidwest Studio Gallery is located at PhotoMidwest at 700 Ray-o-vac-Drive. This space is for member exhibits in month long slots. For more information on this space, click here. To schedule an exhibit, please contact Mark Golbach or Mike Anderson.
PhotoMidwest Studio Gallery Exhibits Schedule
June: Mark Golbach & Daly Ely
July: New Members’ Show. Note: reception is on TUESDAY July 2, not the usual Thursday.
October: Human Interest Group/Street Photography Interest Group
Currently at the Studio Gallery: “HIll State Farms Transportation Building Demolition” by Mark Golbach & Daniel Alan Ely
Mark Golbach and Daniel Alan Ely will be exhibiting photographs documenting the demolition of the Hill Farms State Transportation Building formerly located on Sheboygan Avenue in Madison. Along with thrity-five black and white prints, a slide show of one hundred additional images will be running during the opening Thursday, June 6 from 7 P.M. until 9 P.M. In addition, three print-on-demand books about the demolition, produced by Golbach, will be available to view.
The Fluno Center
The Fluno Center is located on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus at 601 University Avenue 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, click here. If you want more information, email Wayne Brabender, firstname.lastname@example.org, Volunteer Exhibit Space Coordinator, or call 608-577-3300.
Fluno Center Exhibits Schedule
May-Jun: Tim and Ann Connor
Jul-Aug: Jennifer Peters
Sep-Oct: Leonard Black
Nov-Dec: Michael R. Anderson
Jan-Feb: Skot Weideman
July Aug: Open
Sep-Oct: Carolyn Knorr and Amy Stocklein
Nov-Dec: Edie Swift and Robin Downs
Currently at the Fluno Center: “WilD, Wild west”
“Last summer, we were privileged to travel to DuBois (pronounced doo-boys), Wyoming, to participate in a photo workshop with Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Jay Dickman. We had studied with Jay in the past, but this intensive workshop was a different animal altogether. Up before dawn and shooting well past dusk, with hours of editing and classroom time in between, we experienced 10 days that stretched our endurance and pushed our photographic skills in a way that no other workshop had.
“DuBois is home to CM Ranch, a working dude ranch where horses, cattle and, yes, the occasional mountain lion and grizzly roam free. While we (thankfully) didn’t encounter the latter, we did spend hours with the horses and cowboys that worked with them. The ranch managers and cowboys gave us unprecedented access to the roundups, back alleys, and more in DuBois.
“We worked tirelessly with high shutter speeds, panning (freezing one element of the photo but blurring the rest), creating portraits, doing slow shutter work, and more. Our final night was spent at the DuBois Rodeo, where we used all the skills we had worked on the previous week and a half.
“The experience left such an impression on us that we decided to create a ‘Wild, Wild West’ exhibit for the Fluno Center. We hope you enjoy the results of this experience!” – Anne and Tim Connor
Anne and Tim’s Fluno Center exhibit runs from May through June 2019.
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 click here. If you want more information, email Wayne Brabender, email@example.com, Volunteer Exhibit Space Coordinator, or call 608-577-3300.
Lowell Center Exhibits Schedule
May-Jun: Skot Weidemann
Jul-Aug: Michele Gast and Byron Glick
Sep-Oct: Katie Markson
Nov-Dec: Tim Mulcahy
July Aug: Open
Sep-Oct: Hans Adler
Currently at the Lowell Center: “Seasonal Viewpoints” by Skot Weidemann
“This display is a series of views I have saved in my daily travels throughout Wisconsin, mostly southern Wisconsin, featuring viewpoints I want to share with others. I am grateful I have the time and resources to do a fair amount of driving in the area in my car, and flying over the interesting countrysides in my small airplane, and in the process see many little framed views go by on each trip.
“As a standard operating practice, I take my full frame Canon with me attached to a mechanical gyro stabilizer and GPS receiver to mark the location of each site, so I can share my experiences with others. I usually take more than one view on each trip, and on good days do many views.
“I hope you all enjoy and please tell your friends about what you see, especially if you like them.” – Skot Weidemann