Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee Art Museum, located on Lake Michigan is an icon of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The impressive Quadracci Pavilion and Reiman Bridge are designed by world renowned architect Santiago Calatrava. The Quadracci Pavilion contains a movable, wing-like brise soleil that opens up for a wingspan of 217 feet (66 m) during the day, folding over the tall, arched structure at night. The feature makes for beautiful time-lapse photography as in the below example. The Milwaukee Art Museum also includes buildings by Kahler and a more recent expansion by Shields.
Film location permits are issued on a case by case basis and costs are negotiable depending on the specifics of the shoot. For more on filming at the Milwaukee Art Museum, see here.
When To Shoot?
June to September are the best months to film with long, sunny, summer shoot days.
Below is an example of a Lexus TV commercial shoot filmed at Milwaukee Art Museum.
Crew and Equipment
Film crew and equipment are available in Milwaukee and the Chicago area. If you’re looking for a Milwaukee based fixer or production service company, or require shooting crew from the Lake Michigan area, such as a director, DoP, videographer, or stills photographer, contact us for recommendations.