PhotoMidwest turns 20 in 2018. A few of the officers and educators at PhotoMidwest talk about the organization and about photography in general, including discussion of the history of photography and photojournalism, tips and techniques, tools, appreciation and maybe answer a few questions from listeners. The biennial PhotoMidwest Festival will be held in September and […]
The sunflowers are back at the top of the hill at Pope Farm Conservancy! Come see this visual phenomenon…a 9-acre sunflower field with over a half million sunflowers in bloom! It truly is a magical experience. Sunflower Days at Pope Farm Conservancy will be held August 12-20, 2017 to coincide with the peak sunflower bloom. […]
Jennifer Bastian calls herself a photographer and an emotional archivist. She has committed to taking photographs every day to make contact with people she knows and people she’s meant to meet. She’ll be occupying the Madison Bubbler Room this month as the Madison Public Library’s Artist in Residence for the month of August, 2017. Jennifer […]
Jazz by Jane Reynolds (piano) and Cliff Fredericksen (guitar) for a gallery opening, 5:30-8:30pm “Entering Old Growth“–photography by John Riggs. Free
Photographer Brad Baranowski says that lately he prefers mysteries to explanations, film to digital, watches fewer Nova specials than he used to and moonlights as a doctoral student in history. His newest exhibit, “Between Two Lakes, Presented Between Two Colors” opened on January 8th on the second floor of the Madison Central Library, and runs through February 27th.
Brad joined Brian Standing on the Monday 8 O’Clock Buzz for a conversation about his work.
In 2012, composer Ryan Scott Oliver debuted his musical 35mm, inspired by, and featuring his partner Matthew Murphy’s photography. Music Theatre of Madison’s current production of 35mm goes a step yet further. The company has invited 11 local photographers to create new photos based on songs in the musical, which will be projected during the […]