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Downtown Madison Fall 19 Wine Walk

Brix & Mortar Coworking was gracious to accept my request to show my photography downtown during the fall wine walk yesterday. They even let me loop my drone clips onto their 3 large TVs!

They will be hanging my print of the Wisconsin State Capitol building, as well as a canvas print of the Wisconsin River at their downtown Madison location!

Towards the end of the event, I was greeted by a lovely couple whom were both very interested in art. The gentlemen was sharing his imagination in marrying his partner at the scene of the print they were purchasing and spoke some poetry on the spot which entertained me and the Brix co-workers. We loved it.

Downtown Madison Fall 19 Wine Walk
Brix & Mortar Coworking – Madison, Wisconsin

Brix has both event hosting for up to 150 attendees and has two different floors dedicated to co-working. They have many amenities including complimentary coffee, tea, bottled water, high-speed WiFi (of course!), conference rooms, phone booths (extra privacy) and many other perks.

They have an offering going on where you can try out the space for a full week for free. Fill out the contact form on their website, call, or drop in during their regular business hours and talk to Jocelyn or Matt about your free week!

Brix – 6th Floor

There is EV charging nearby within easy walking distance:

  • Overture Center Garage (Overture Center for the Arts)
    ChargePoint ($2/per hour (1/2 price with MGE signup)
    + $1/ per hour parking
    300 W Dayton St, Madison, WI 53703
    Two J1772|7.2 kW chargers are located on the 2nd level of the ramp.
  • Ovation
    2 Tesla Connectors, up to 16kW (around 30-37/miles per hour for X/S/3 with 48 amp on-board charger, otherwise limited to 32 amps on Standard Range Plus)
    Listed as a public Tesla charger plus $3/per hour for ramp parking.
    309 W Johnson St, Madison, WI 53703
    Located at the entrance doors on the right side.

    Prices are always subject to changes or special event pricing. So do your own research if you’re considering parking downtown Madison.

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