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 Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction, Vermont. April 23 - May 17, 2015

 
April 16, 2015 
The Milwaukee Art Museum Garden Club (MAMGC)
Photographer Call for Entry
and a presentation:
"Elizabeth Murray, Life in Full Bloom"

"Welcoming Spring 2015" Submissions are closed!
NAMES OF CoPA MEMBERS EXHIBITING IN THE "CoPA/FBBG GIFT SHOP GALLERY" WILL BE POSTED HERE.  COME BACK TO SEE IF YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER FRIENDS WILL EXHIBIT THEIR WORK.
Venue: Boerner Botanical Gardens, Gift Shop, 9400 Boerner Drive, Hales Corners, WI 53130            www.boernerbotanicalgardens.org

Photobook,  "Vantage Point: Photographs of Milwaukee from On High." CoPA Member Brian Jacobson is campaigning on Kickstarter until the end of January to get his first official art photobook financed.

Read more about it in "LATEST NEWS!"

 

 

Beginning with our January meeting we will be switching back to meeting on the second Tuesday of each month and we will be at our new location:
 
Louise's (Downtown Milwaukee location)
801 N. Jefferson St.
Milwaukee, WI  53202
( NW corner of Jefferson & Wells Sts., across from Cathedral Square)
Please click HERE for complete details.

January 9 - March 14, 2015
The Center for the Visual Arts - Wausau hosts its signature juried exhibition Midwest Seasons for the 25th year! A highly-anticipated exhibition each year, artists from across the country submit artwork in all mediums and styles, describing the seasons of the Midwest. This year's juror is Helen R. Klebesadel (MFA UW-Madison). CoPA members Martha Coaty and Colleen Gunderson have work in this exhibition.

November 16, 2014 – January 18, 2015
The juried exhibition Take Me With You: An Exhibition Without Bordersasks artists to "pick a special place and take us there with you. Embody that place and its significance to your life in a work of visual or literary art. How would you depict your favorite childhood hiding place or a solitary walk on the beach such that it resonates and expresses its influence in your life? A front stoop drenched in sunlight, the neighborhood skate park at dusk, an empty downtown street." CoPA members Martha Coaty, Michael Havice and Dale Van Minsel have work in this exhibition.

November 21, 2014–January 11, 2015
The Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) in West Bend is pleased to bring you MOWA CON—the place where members, art and fantasy collide! This year’s MOWA Members’ show features 250 artists from all areas of the state, of varying ages and working in a myriad of media. CoPA members Colleen Gunderson, Gail Marquardt, Paul Matzner and Jerry Styberg have work in this show.

November 1, 2014 - January 10, 2015
Opening Reception:  Thursday, November 6, 4-8:30 pm
Androgyny explores the power and complexity of gender identity. The exhibition presents all new works by CoPA member Lois Bielefeld including portraits, video pieces and an installation with audio.

August 20 – December 23, 2014
Over a period of three years, Nadav Kander photographed scenes he encountered on the banks of China’s Yangtze River. More people live along the Yangtze, the third longest river in the world, than in the United States. As he traveled upstream and more than 4,100 miles from the river’s mouth to its source, Kander was struck by the transformation he witnessed.

July 10 - October 19, 2014
The Milwaukee Art Museum is proud to present Postcards from America: Milwaukee, the first museum exhibition of photographs from the Postcards from America project, initiated by a group of photographers to foster artistic and intellectual collaboration. The exhibition, which features pictures of Milwaukee and surrounding communities, from State Fair to women laborers, opened July 10 in the Museum’s Contemporary Galleries.

June 20 - September 25, 2014
The Coalition of Photographic Arts and The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are pleased to present Visitors to the Garden. Photographs depicting Visitors to the Garden have been selected for exhibit and sale in the Boerner Botanical Gardens Gift Shop. The Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens are dedicated to preserving and promoting Boerner Botanical Gardens and Arboretum as an outstanding regional resource and vital regional asset.

April 25 - July 27, 2014
Today in America, many of us are more familiar with our online world than our actual neighborhood. We spend endless hours on social media and interact with hundreds of people on virtual forums. We think of these as intimate relationships, but often they are separated by vast expanses of physical space. In The People in Your Neighborhood, MOWA celebrates the uniqueness of place with photographs from members of CoPA.

Menomonee Valley Partners, Inc. and Zimmerman Architectural Studios announce the launch of a newly created Menomonee Valley Artist in Residency Pilot Program for 2014. The residency will focus attention on interconnections between culture, community and ecology in the Valley. As the inaugural Artist in Residence, photographer Eddee Daniel brings to the role a vision of the Menomonee Valley as a dynamic and vital part of the fabric of Milwaukee, where economic and community development is integrated with parks and natural areas.

CoPA member Gail Marquardt is exhibiting two photographs: farm implements. and sleep on it. at the Freeport Art Museum's (FAM) Tenth Annual Regional Juried Exhibition. The annual Regional Juried Exhibition offers an opportunity for artists to debut their latest work.  FAM has a distinguished reputation of exhibiting a wide range of contemporary art and each year the museum welcomes new names to the list of featured emerging and established artists from the tri-state region of Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa.

The Coalition of Photographic Arts - Milwaukee and Walker’s Point Center for the Arts are pleased to present CoPA’s 7th Annual Midwest Juried Photo Exhibition, an annual opportunity for emerging and established artists from Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota to exhibit their contemporary photography.  This year’s juror is Karen Irvine, Curator and Associate Director of the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago.

Spend two full days with master printer and photographer Carl Corey while he develops a custom workflow from your raw file. This is a one-on-one workshop designed around your working preferences. Using Adobe Lightroom®, Capture One®, Adobe Photoshop® and Canon printers Carl will take you from raw file development through the file tweaking process to finished file and print. You will learn how to have complete control over your camera files, proper archiving and resource management and most importantly the ability to repeatedly create the very best archive files and archival prints in both color and B&W.

Harley Davidson is celebrating its 110th anniversary this year. In honor of this, The Coalition of Photographic Arts presents a collection of fine art photographs portraying Harley Davidson’s motorcycles and the related lifestyle of its faithful riders. This collection of photographs will be on display in “The Gallery by KASANA” from Friday July 26 through Sunday September 1.

Gallery 224 is pleased to present their "Photography" exhibition, to be held at the gallery from July 12 though September 1, 2013. Sixteen artists were selected to exhibit a series of their photographs investigating the theme of their choice. The exhibition opens with a reception on Friday July 12, from 5-7 pm. Beginning July 13, gallery hours are Saturdays 9-3 and Sundays 1-3, or by appointment. Docent-led tours are available upon request.

Are you a fan of auto racing?  Learn how to get the shots you see in the magazines. CoPA member Roy Schmidt will be teaching an "Auto Racing Photography" class on Thursday, July 11 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Art's Cameras Plus in Greenfield, WI. Roy has photographed Indy cars, NASCAR and short-tracks around the Midwest. In this two hour class, you’ll learn the best setting to stop action or get the feeling of motion in your picture.  Roy will help you choose the best vantage points, and how to anticipate what’s going to happen before it actually does.  You’ll even be prepared for the all-important post-race events.

The Coalition of Photographic Arts and the Art*Bar are pleased to present the Super-"Calatrava"-Listic Exhibition, to be held at the Art*Bar from July 19 though August 22, 2013. The juror is Don Krause, owner of the Art*Bar.

The Quadracci Pavilion, affectionately called the "Calatrava" after its architect, Santiago Calatrava, is probably the most photographed building in the city. The idea behind this show is to compare how different artists/photographers "see" the building. It is an iconic structure, but every photographer has a unique "eye," and this promises to be a fascinating look into all the different kinds of ways artists are able to portray the same, highly recognizable subject.

CoPA member Paul Matzner's photograph “Subway Smile" was chosen for the "City Streets | Country Roads" exhibition at the PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT. Jurors Rebecca Norris Webb and Alex Webb chose forty photographs for the gallery exhibition, from nearly 1500 photographs submitted. An artist reception (timed to coincide with the Town of Middlebury ArtsWalk) will be held on Friday August 9 from 5-7 pm.