Gallery Night Participants – Fall 2021

PLEASE NOTE: Due to current conditions related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, some venues have opted to participate in a virtual capacity, some have set their own hours within the official Gallery Night time, and some may have specific requests for visitors. Please follow all recommended and requested safety guidelines for this event.

R=Refreshments
A=Artist Talk or Demonstration
M=Live Music or Performance

Download a PDF List of all Participating Venues

DOWNTOWN

1 100state

17 S Fairchild Street • 7th floor • 608.628.0422 • 100state.com/100arts@100state

100arts represents the creative branch of 100state. As part of an organization that champions the intersection between art, education and entrepreneurship, we push to create space for artists in the professional world.

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2 Anthology

230 State Street • 608.204.2644 • anthologymadison.com@Anthology230

Featuring gifts and paper goods by local and regional artists

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3 Artist & Craftsman Supply

203 W Gorham Street • 608.251.2977 • artistcraftsman.com@artistcraftsman_madison

Please join us for our Customer Appreciation Group Show! Reception 5pm – 7pm. Art-themed goody bags given to the first 30 attendees.

 

4 Garver Gallery

18 S Bedford Street • 608.256.6755 • garvergallery.com@garvergallery

Featuring artist extraordinare Roberta Condon. Agriculture All Around, Agriculture Run Aground. Ms. Condon captures the family farm with these powerful paintings.

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5 James Watrous Gallery, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters

Overture Center for the Arts • 201 State St., 3rd floor • 608.733.6633 • wisconsinacademy.org/gallery@watrousgallery

Paired shows by the painter Matthew Warren Lee and The Last Glacier collective: printmakers Bruce Crownover and Todd Anderson and photographer Ian van Coller.

 

6 Madison Children’s Museum

100 N Hamilton Street •  608.256.6445 • madisonchildrensmuseum.org@playatmcm

Madison’s new outdoor Wonderground exhibit features the work of more than a dozen local artists. Enjoy free Gallery Night museum admission for kids and adults.

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7 Madison Concourse

1 W Dayton Street • 608.886.6390 • shevanthi.etsy.com@shevanthi_gallery

Come see a few artists together this evening at the Madison Concourse Hotel. Light refreshments will be served. Original Watercolors by Shannon Gardner.

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8 Madison Museum of Contemporary Art

227 State Street • 608.257.0158 • mmoca.org@mmocamadison

Main galleries: Caja de visiones. Henry Street Gallery: Between. Imprint Gallery: Kenneth Tam: Silent Spikes. The Shop: Art & Gift Fair: Weekends at MMoCA

 

9 Madison Senior Center

330 W Mifflin Street • 608.266.6581 • cityofmadison.com/senior-center

A dual exhibit featuring Our Story Photo Event and Life During a Pandemic: A Photographic Expose. Both photography projects feature work done by adults 55 and older.

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10 Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center

One John Nolen Drive • 608.261.4000 • mononaterrace.com@mononaterrace

See the work of Frank Lloyd Wright’s photographer Pedro Guerrero, an exhibit about our history, and panoramic photomurals of Madison landmarks by Zane Williams. The Gift Shop will be open until 8pm.

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11 Overture Galleries

201 State Street • 608.258.4169 • overture.org/galleries/overture-galleries@overturegalleries

GALLERY I–UW Cartography Lab; GALLERY II–Fragility–Shelby Gahm, Stephenie Hamen & Eric Hazeltine; Gallery III–Landes Sullivan & William Del Moral; PLAYHOUSE GALLERY–Everything COVID; ROTUNDA GALLERY–Dia de los Muertos Community Altar

 

12 Sprinkman Real Estate

622 W Washington Avenue • Suite 100 • 608.354.4000 • SprinkmanRealEstate.com@SprinkmanRealEstate

You’re invited to our boutique real estate brokerage for an evening filled with amazing art, delectable delights, and captivating conversations!

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13 Wisconsin Veterans Museum

30 W Mifflin Street • 608.267.1799 • wisvetsmuseum.com@wisvetsmuseum

See our new exhibit Souvenirs of Service: The Things They Kept. Discover the unusual and mundane items service members collected from around the world.

WILLY STREET/EAST WASHINGTON

1 A Place to Be

911 Williamson Street • 608.630.2508 • aplacetobewillystreet.com

Carolyn Harvey: A socially compassionate teacher specializing in nature-inspired ceramics, jewelry, and decoupage. Kathleen Jahn: An established artist in watercolor and watercolor with pastel on sanded paper. Sukhmani Cheema: A designer and artist inspired by fabrics and traveling around the world.

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2 American Feral

2150 E Washington Avenue • @americanferal_gallery

Paintings, sculpture, drawings and prints by local artists.

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3 Arts + Literature Laboratory

111 S Livingston Street, Suite 100 • 608.556.7415 • artlitlab.org@artlitlab

ALL’s Open House Weekend begins with the reception for Jason S. Yi’s exhibition Dissimulations; open studios by Adriana Barrios, Hannah O’Hare Bennett, Richie Morales, Emma Pryde.

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4 Creative Energy Designs, Inc.

125 Dickinson Street • 608.256.7696 • CreativeEnergyDesignsInc.com

Featured artist Tanya Esnault – photography. Along with Paul Mason – watercolors. Modern Metal Creations and various other artists. Live Music by Red Door Duo. Refreshments & Snacks.

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5 Giant Jones Brewing

931 E Main Street • Entrance on Brearly • 608.620.7182 • giantjones.com@giantjonesbrewing

View works from the 2021 Forward Art Prize, an annual award recognizing and honoring exceptional women visual artists and addressing gender disparities in the arts.

 

6 Hatch Art House

1248 Williamson Street • 608.237.2775 • hatcharthouse.com@hatcharthouse

Showcasing a special exhibition of artist Clark Rendall’s nature inspired, minimalist screen-prints and paintings. Hatch is an eco-friendly art gallery and gift shop celebrating our local creative makers and artists.

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7 Imaginary Factory

1401 Northern Court • 608.421.4639 • imaginary-factory.com@imaginaryfactory

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8 M&C U Frame It

857 E Johnson Street • 608.833.7713 • annstretton.com@atbkart

Enjoy viewing artwork from multiple local artists and live music preformed by Madison’s own, The Lower 5th Duo. Refreshments will be provided.

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9 Megan’s Custom Framing

2350 East Washington Avenue • 608.709.1322 • megansframing.com@megansframing

Explore our full gallery of local art, and shop at a new gift shop “urchin” attached in the little space connected to our gallery!

 

10 Pieces Unimagined

1310 Williamson Street • 608.280.1155 • pieces.unimagined.com

Industrial Modern to Mid Century Modern furniture, accents and art pieces along with some unusual vintage from the mechanical age through the funky seventies! Analog Music will play!

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11 State Line Distillery

1413 Northern Court • 608.268.6201 • statelinedistillery.com@statelinedistillery

A local grain-to-glass distillery in the heart of Madison. Our spirits run the gamut! We also offer the Bar Series, an eclectic array of specialty spirits that’ll enhance your collection and expand your palette.

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12 The Marquette Hotel

414 S Baldwin Street • 608.239.2928 • madisonmarquettehotel.com@madisonmarquettehotel

The Marquette Hotel, located in the heart of the Williamson-Marquette neighborhood. Featuring a self check-in system and large open windows that create an indoor-outdoor feel at all times of the year. The cafe is a great place to spend time with friends and family.

 

13 Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired

754 Williamson Street • 608.255.1166 • wcblind.org/events/gallery-night@wcblind

This online-only, virtual event features work by artists who are blind or visually impaired. It will be recorded and made available via our website for those unable to attend.

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ATWOOD

 

1 Atwood Studio

2716 Atwood Avenue • 608.217.4133 • marymadeitstudio.commadisonjewelryrepair.comthechrisproject.com

Atwood Studio is home to painter Mary Gill, jeweler Tim Hunkins, mixed media artist Eric Hagstrom, and photographer Chris Norris.

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2 Communication

2645 Milwaukee Street •  608.467.2618 • communicationmadison.com@communicationmadison

Visit DIY nonprofit arts, music and publishing space Communication to see the Symbiosis exhibition, watch photographer Margaret Muza create tintypes live, and shop local art.

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3 Exquisite Corpse Taxidermy at Ohio Tavern

224 Ohio Avenue • 608.213.6183 • exquisitecorpsetaxidermy.com

Delight in our modest, yet highly obscure gallery of surreal, avant-garde, and bizarre taxidermy, including anthropomorphic mouse tableaux and taxidermy related jewelry of extreme elegance.

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4 Gallery Aventine

1958 Atwood Avenue • 608.233.6000 • primeurbanproperties.com/property/aventine@prime.urban.properties

Gallery Aventine will feature a solo show of Timestacked photography by Wisconsin Artist, Mark Weller.

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5 Garver Canvas

Garver Feed Mill • 3241 Garver Green • 901.264.0228 • garverevents.com/canvas@garverevents

Exhibition of new work from Bernie & Zuzu by Bernadette Witzack in Garver Feed Mill’s first floor gallery space.

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6 Goodman Community Center Ironworks Building

149 Waubesa Street • 608.241.1574 • goodmancenter.org

25+ artists including fabric arts, photography, printmaking, jewelry and crafts. Cash bar, snacks and music by local musicians.

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7 Marzen/Integrated Art Group

2345 Atwood Avenue • 608.709.1453 • integratedartllc.com@iartgroup

Marzen, Fine Art Showroom of Integrated Art Group, will feature a solo show of works by Madison-based Artist Thomas Ferrella.

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8 Midwest Clay Project & Studios

78 N Bryan Street • 608.255.9240 • midwestclayproject.com@midwestclayproject

Come see our new and improved location while enjoying our bi-annual art exhibition of current member pottery and sculpture. All items are made locally and sales benefit local artists.

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9 Plymouth Congregational UCC

2401 Atwood Avenue • 608.249.1537 • pcucc.org

An exhibit of art created by the students of Lowell Elementary School. Artwork by over 300 children, kindergarten through 5th grade, is included.

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10 Richard Jones

2051 Winnebago Street • 608.242.1111 • studioparan.com@studioparan

(Goodbye:Hello) a goodbye celebration sale of 30+ years of blown glass : a hello to new work; drawings on paper and glass

 

11 Sector67

56 Corry Street • 608.241.4605 • sector67.org@Sector67Madison

Projects and activities built by Sector67 members

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12 Talbot Gallery 2118

2118 Atwood Avenue • 608.241.4082 • talbotstudioandgallery.com@terrytalbot007

Meet the artists – Terry Talbot, Skinny Gaviar, Andy Ewen, Sharon Kilfoy, Sandra Klingbeil, Toby Talbot and Bill Krupinski with Faye Kufahl.

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13 Upholstery Arts On Atwood / ExVoto Art & Design

2307 Atwood Avenue • 608.244.8761 • upholsteryartsonatwood.comsandraklingbeil.com

Upholstery as Art – Scott Saunders. Showcasing Designer Pillows. ExVoto Art And Design. Sandra Klingbeil. Ivy Apfel. Emma LaPine. Music – Mark Adkins of subvocal

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14 Weichert-Lakepoint Real Estate Office

2045 Atwood Avenue • Suite 105 • 608.721.8002

Our Weichert-Lakepoint Real Estate office will feature a variety of artist in a variety of artistic mediums. Snacks & beverages too!

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MONROE/REGENT

1 Alvarado Real Estate Group

1914 Monroe Street • 608.251.6600 • thealvaradogroup.com@thealvaradogroup

Alvarado Real Estate is featuring the talented Jessica M. Gutiérrez Pankratz, a Nicaraguan-American artist, and her enchanting, magical watercolors. Refreshments and snacks.

 

2 Bloom Bake Shop

1851 Monroe Street • 608.628.2249 • bloombakeshop.com@bloombakeshop

Bob Hodgson is a local watercolor artist. The exhibit will consist of recent paintings of landscapes and flowers, some based in reality, some imaginary.

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3 Calabash Gifts

1831 Monroe Street • 608.233.2640 • calabashgiftsmadsion.com

Enjoy the beautiful and unusual eclectic collection in our new open space, which allows for greater appreciation of the various talents of the African artists we support. We will have refreshments.

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4 Crescendo Espresso Bar + Music Cafe

1859 Monroe Street • 608.284.7908 • arteyrie.com@brookeland.arte

Crescendo will be featuring artwork by local artist Brooke Leland. Brooke’s artwork investigates connections between us and our loved ones, the earth, and ourselves.

 

5 Edgewood College Gallery

1000 Edgewood College Drive • The Stream • 608.663.2300 • edgewood.edu/ecgallery

Anwar Floyd-Pruitt: USABLE SCRAPS – solo exhibition exploring the flexibility of identity in two new series ; woodblock prints and “quilts” of scrap paper.

 

6 Good Day Shop

1925 Monroe Street #120 • 608.720.1116 • gooddayshop.net@gooddayshop__

Good Day Shop celebrates Madison’s Meghan Mehan’s dreamy nature photography with an artist highlight and in-store appearance.

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7 Higher Fire

2132 Regent Street • 608.233.3050 • higherfireclaystudio.com

UPDATE as of 11/5: Higher Fire will not be open during Gallery Night. Please visit us Tuesdays through Fridays from 11:00 to 5:00, with longer hours in December.

 

8 Hive of Madison

1904 Monroe Street • 608.467.2410 • hiveofmadison.com@hiveofmadison

Join us for a night of art and happy hour at Hive of Madison. A locally owned outdoor lifestyle boutique on Monroe Street.

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9 Mad City Dream Homes

1619 Monroe Street, Suite 1 • 608.852.7071 •  lilada.orgmadcitydreamhomes.com@liladagee • @madcitydreamhomes

Defending Black Girlhood founder Lilada Gee will be present to showcase her inspiring artwork at Mad City Dream Homes.

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10 Monroe Street Arts Center

1732 West Lawn Avenue • 608.232.1510 • monroestreetarts.org@monroestreetartscenter

Monroe Street Arts Center will be hosting a showcase featuring student artwork. We will also offer an art making experience in which participants of all ages can contribute to a Mixed Media Installation Project.

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11 Monroe Street Family Dental

2702 Monroe Street • Suite 101 • 608.204.0222 • monroestreetfamilydental.com@monroestreetfamilydental

Serving refreshments and light snacks. View quilts from Rebecca Anderson-Brown and illustrated drawings by Poornima Moorthy.

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12 Monroe Street Framing

1901 Monroe Street • 608.255.7330 • monroestreetframing.com@monroestreetframing

We’re thrilled to be hosting and displaying pieces by local artist, Liubov Szwako “Triangulador”. Join us between 5-7:30pm.

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13 Orange Tree Imports

1721 Monroe Street • 608.255.8211 • orangetreeimports.com@orangetreeimports

Orange Tree Imports will host a trunk show of watercolor prints by Anna Christenson featuring inspirational quotes by remarkable women.

 

14 Restaino & Associates Monroe Street

2945 Monroe Street • 608.232.7777 • @camilledavisart@karolinasculpture @photochemist_wi@americanferal_gallery

Please join us in or support of local artists curated in partnership with American Feral Gallery.

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15 Zander’s Interiors

2501 Monroe Street • 608.231.1983 • channel3000.com/man-builds-lego-versions-of-monroe-street-businesses-he-misses/@aw_landscapearchitecture

Aaron Williams will provide a series of #LoMo Monroe Street LEGO images. Each building to be color corrected and displayed with lustre finish on a 10”x10” single weight matboard. Twenty-eight buildings have been created to date and exist as stand alone images.

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WEST SIDE

1 Gallery 800 UBD

800 University Bay Drive • 608.238.0623

Paul Douglas, an abstract artist, reveals in “River of Dreams” the underlying organization and beauty behind the chaos of moving water and the passage of time and space.

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2 Grape Water Wine Bar

7466 Hubbard Avenue • 608.692.6778 • grapewater.winebobbetterose.com@grapewaterwinebar

A self-serve wine bar in downtown Middleton. Three artists will be featured: Betsy Delzer, Cynthia Reynolds and Bobbette Rose are mixed media artists bringing together the mystery of nature and the stories they tell.

 

3 H Beam

6525 Grand Teton Plaza • 608.695.6617 • douglashyslop.com

Acrylic figural paintings. An attempt is made to provide an appropriate emotional space for figures with the aid of transparency and mirror-like reflections.

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4 Pop Up Art Gallery

5606 Schroeder Road

This is the fifth exhibition in this new Pop Up Art gallery space. Geri Schrab says of her work for Ancient Teachings/Global Message, “Watercolor paintings inspired by worldwide rock art sites, each piece chosen to reflect an ancient universal language our minds don’t understand but our souls do.”

NORTH SIDE

1 ARTS for ALL Wisconsin

1709 Aberg Avenue • Suite #1 • 608.241.2131 • artsforallwi.org@artsforallwi

Cattle Call: Artists with disabilities show off their Wisconsin Pride in a variety of media in the ARTS for ALL Wisconsin Gallery through January 2022

 

2 Shad Wenzlaff Music Studio

615 N Sherman Avenue Suite 21 • 608.695.4005 • shadspiano.net/openhouse

Open House opens 7-9 pm – Performances – Art Installation – Prizes. Due to COVID: 5 persons at a time enforced. No food or drinks.

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3 Tandem Press

1743 Commercial Avenue • 608.263.3437 • tandempress.wisc.edu@uwtandempress

Tandem Press is pleased to host an exhibition by Derek Hibbs. Open 5-8pm.

GREATER MADISON AREA

1 ArtWorking

1966 S Stoughton Road • 608.442.5294 • artworking.org@artworkingmadison

Original artwork and handmade goods from over 40 artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

 

2 CIVA Gallery

6400 Gisholt • Ste 209 • 608.433.9339 • civa.org

INK – Beauty in the Light and Dark – A group exhibition of contemporary printmakers celebrating the dynamic intersection of visual art and Christian faith.

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3 River Arts on Water Gallery

590 Water Street • 608.643.5215 • riverartsinc.org@riverartsinc

River Arts on Water Gallery is a beautiful art space on the banks of the Wisconsin River in Prairie du Sac, representing 35+ local artists