Three distinct exhibitions featuring iconic photographs from National Geographic magazine, etchings by American artist James McNeill Whistler, and masks donned by Wausau-area ballet dancers remain on view through February 22, 2015, at the Woodson Art Museum.More »
A Woodson Art Museum exhibition highlights lessons that can be learned from the passenger pigeon’s extinction 100 years ago.
Project Passenger Pigeon, a nationwide educational initiative marking the centennial of the species’ extinction was the impetus for the Woodson Art Museum exhibition Legacy Lost & Saved: Extinct and Endangered Birds of North America, on view through July 2015.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. No surprise. What’s not to like about a family-and-friends-based celebration focused on food and predicated on acknowledging all that we have to be thankful for?
If you’re out and about post-Thanksgiving and looking for a special way to entertain visiting family and friends, the Woodson Art Museum is open Friday, November 28, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, November 29 and 30, Noon – 5:00 p.m. Among the exhibitions on view, 50 Greatest National Geographic Photographs offers as much diversity as coast-to-coast Thanksgiving menus!
Think for a moment like a 10-year-old. At a time when our minds are malleable and craving adventure, we’re confined to homework and childhood chores. Escape comes through daydreams of new experiences, places, and people. As a self-assured and animated 10-year-old, I easily envisioned that my life’s work would cleverly combine marine biology, anthropology, and becoming the next Jane Goodall.More »
Who doesn’t love a good story? Would you rather listen to a story that illustrates a point or be pummeled with piles of statistics?
Stories stir, numbers numb, and jargon jars.
That’s the pithy point, the gold-nugget takeaway unearthed by author Andy Goodman during a recent “Power of Storytelling” workshop in Milwaukee for dozens of non-profit organization representatives.