Mike Anderson's latest exhibit, a photographic celebration of the UW-Madison School of Music, has moved from the Lowell Center to the Fluno Center for the months of May and June.
In 2013 and 2014 Mike assisted the UW-Madison School of Music in a project to update their photo library. Many of these images were used to revise the School of Music website. During this time Mike was invited to attend classes, rehearsals, and concerts where he photographed students in vocal ensembles, chamber and symphony orchestras, concert bands and wind ensembles, small and large jazz ensembles, percussion ensembles, and operas. Mike's exhibit uses a selection of these photographs to illustrate the depth and diversity of musical talent that is being developed in the heart of Madison.
Mike was born and raised in Wisconsin and is a UW-Madison graduate. Although post-graduate studies and employment took Mike and his family to the Pacific Northwest for 25 years, he returned to Wisconsin after retirement and has been rekindling his love of the Midwest through his photography.
The Fluno Center, 601 University Ave., on the UW-Madison campus (http://www.fluno.com) is the newest exhibit space for local photographic artists. The Fluno Center is home to the Wisconsin 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 generally8pm to 5pm each day. Public parking is available in the Lake St., Frances St., and Lot 46 parking ramps.
Two-month exhibit time slots have now been filled for 2015 and most of 2016. 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 if you just want more information, contact the Exhibits Coordinator, Wayne Brabender at firstname.lastname@example.org.