The Woodson Art Museum again invites two- and three-dimensional artists working in all mediums other than crafts and photography to submit original artworks for jury consideration for Birds in Art 2014.More »
Take part in the Woodson Art Museum’s upcoming Recycled Runway fashion show — Saturday, May 3 — presented in conjunction with ReDress: Upcycled Style, an exhibition of elegant couture fashion sculptures created from trash by internationally recognized artist and environmental advocate Nancy Judd.More »
Three RePurposed and ReImagined exhibitions at the Woodson Art Museum – featuring cast-off items upcycled into couture garments, discarded materials woven into fiber-arts textiles, and pinned insects arrayed in delicate patterns – encourage visitors to view everyday items in fresh, new ways.More »
Woodson Art Museum director Kathy Kelsey Foley is one of seven 2014 Fellows selected by the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters to receive its highest level of recognition, the Academy recently announced.More »
I tend to be boring. I prefer Bert over Ernie, my favorite color is beige, and my idea of spontaneity is asking for butter flavoring on popcorn at a movie theater. As a child, my favorite night of television was Sunday on CBS, because you could watch 60 Minutes then Murder She Wrote.
Needless to say, I was taken aback when the Woodson Art Museum undertook plans to host a site-specific installation by artist and UW-Madison professor Jennifer Angus, who creates elaborate Victorian patterns with deceased insects.More »
Throughout the past year, I’ve developed more than a passing interest in birds and bird watching. My interest was piqued last spring when poor weather stalled a variety of migrating birds that happened to end up in my mother-in-law’s backyard, right here in Wausau.More »