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Birds in Art 2021, Wire-Bird Flock Installation, & Bronze-Pour and Sculpting Demonstrations

Visit to experience the Birds in Art 2021 exhibition and the wire-bird “murmuration” flock created collaboratively during San Francisco-based sculptor Tom Hill’s residency, September 28 through October 10, and installed as a single sculptural work at the Museum. Visit for pop-up programs with Birds in Art artist Paul Rhymer, Thursday-Saturday, October 21-23, including an artist talk and bronze-pour and sculpting demonstrations. Get details about these projects and programs via the online events calendar.
Birds in Art 2021, on view September 11 through November 28, offers exceptional inspiration via artwork from 113 artists from throughout the world. The 46th annual exhibition includes artwork by 92 artists whose work was selected by the jury and 21 who were named Master Artists during previous Birds in Art exhibitions; get details via the 2021 press release, artist list, and exhibition webpage.
The 120-page “Birds in Art” catalogue features every artwork along with artists’ statements; get purchasing details here.

September 2021 Update

We continue to ask visitors to mask while indoors, for the safety of all. For additional information, check here.

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What Our Visitors Say

Wonderful place. Two of my favorites, art and nature. We enjoyed the sculpture garden and each of the exhibitions.

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I love the entire experience. I consider this museum to be the best we have in Wisconsin.

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The Museum reopened in early February 2021, after a proactive closure.

Before visiting, check www.lywam.org for any updates and what to expect.