Covid-19 Response: Caring for Our Visitors and the Museum
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Caring for Our Visitors and the Museum

The Woodson Art Museum updated its Covid-19 response.
Striving to help slow the spread of Covid-19:
The Woodson Art Museum is closed until further notice.
All Woodson Art Museum tours and programs are also suspended until further notice.

Please continue to check the Museum website homepage at www.lywam.org, where updates will first be posted when appropriate.

The well-being of Woodson Art Museum visitors, volunteers, and employees is paramount and this guides our course as we navigate the days ahead.

We’ve included additional information about what we’re doing and what to do here: https://www.lywam.org/caring-for-our-visitors-and-the-museum

For virtual sources of diversion and inspiration, consider exploring the Museum’s website for online options and activities for all ages – via the Museum’s Activity Guides, Collection search, Audio Tours page, YouTube channel, education resources, pre-visit materials for the French posters and Melissa Sweet exhibitions, and the current exhibitions and past exhibitions webpages. Follow the Museum on social media – Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter – for art-filled moments and options.

Updates, when appropriate, will first be posted on the Museum’s website homepage at www.lywam.org as well as shared with local and regional media outlets.

Birds in Art 2020

See this list of 2020 Birds in Art artists’ names whose artwork will comprise the 2020 Birds in Art exhibition this fall; congratulations to all! Although we expect the 2020 exhibition to open on Saturday, September 12, should your fall plans include a visit to Birds in Art, please check the Museum’s website, social media channels, or call 715-845-7010 to ensure the exhibition will be available and to learn if extra visitor precautions will be necessary.

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Thought this was the best "Birds in Art" ever. We think that every year, because they manage to curate amazing shows every year. Art is for the masses; it feeds a part of the heart, mind, and soul that cannot be fed in any other way.

Facebook, 2019

Must Visit – We love this museum! It has something for everyone. Kid friendly and really neat stuff outside too. Changes often so you rarely see the same things twice.

TripAdvisor, 2019

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