While upcoming exhibitions are being installed, November 18-21, the north galleries will be closed. During these transition days, visitors can experience artwork from the Museum’s collection, on view in the Museum’s west and south galleries and in the sculpture garden, and Art Park – the Museum’s interactive family gallery in the lower level. Connect with us at 715.845.7010 or email@example.com for details.More »
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 open Saturday, November 22, at the Woodson Art Museum. All three exhibitions remain on view through February 22, 2015.More »
A Woodson Art Museum exhibition and fall programs led by an artist in residence and a guest author highlight 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.
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.