(Updated 09/29/2019)

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


 
2019                                                                        

Oct:   Human Interest Group/Street Photography Group                              

Nov: Robin Downs and Edie Swift Nepal

Dec:   Directors Cut. Photographs by the PhotoMidwest Board & Officers

2020

Jan: National Parks by the Travel Interest Group

Currently at the Studio Gallery: Human Interest/street Photography Group show

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, wayne.brabender@gmail.com, Volunteer Exhibit Space Coordinator, or call 608-577-3300.

Fluno Center Exhibits Schedule
 
2019                                                                                                                

Sep-Oct:       Leonard Black                              

Nov-Dec:   Michael R. Anderson

2020

Jan-Feb: Skot Weideman

Mar-Apr: Mike Engelberger

May-Jun: Open

July Aug: Jennifer Peters

Sep-Oct: Carolyn Knorr and Amy Stocklein

Nov-Dec: Edie Swift and Robin Downs

Currently at the Fluno Center: “Venice to Tòrshavn: Travels in Europe, 2011-2019” by Leonard Black

“I’ve been fortunate enough to have traveled overseas several times during the past few years. This exhibit is a record of those trips. I enjoy photography because the results are often unpredictable.”

The exhibit runs for all of September and October, 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, wayne.brabender@gmail.com, Volunteer Exhibit Space Coordinator, or call 608-577-3300.
 

Lowell Center Exhibits Schedule
 
2019                                                                                                                         

Sep-Oct: Michele Gast and Byron Glick                                      

Nov-Dec: Tim Mulcahy  

2020

Jan-Feb: Open

Mar-Apr: Jennifer Peters

May-Jun: Open

July Aug: Open

Sep-Oct: Hans Adler

Nov-Dec: Mike Engelberger

Currently at the Lowell Center: Trees” by Michele Gast & Byron Glick

In the course of our travels we have repeatedly found ourselves drawn to trees, both individual specimens and their grand gatherings into woods and forest.  In this exhibit we've brought together some of the images when these quite giants have drawn us in, revealing both detail and grandeur.

I

Notes

The Smallest Root Tip

Fingered Deep in the Dark Earth

Humming Silently

And the Highest Leaf

Responds, Lifting a Rustling

To the Listening Sky

These Are a Tree’s Notes

Root and Leaf, Limb and Bark, In

Gentle Harmony

II

Melody

All the Songs of Trees, 

A Souza March of Pines up

The Tall Mountain Side

Delicate Cantos

Of A Japanese Maple 

In Filtered Sunlight

Towering Front Yard

Oaks Crooning Lullabies of

Shade Across our Homes

III

Symphony

An Autumn Aria 

Of Maples, Oaks and Walnuts

Splashed Across Valleys

The Booming Echoes 

Of Cathedral Organs Sprung 

To Sequoia Life

Flora and Fauna,

Color and Light, the Forest 

Is God’s Orchestra