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Summer Highlights

Abundant Future: Cultivating Diversity in Garden, Farm, and Field and Art Park, the Museum’s interactive gallery, highlights plant life grown for food. Ginny Ruffner: Reforestation of the Imagination, a mixed-media art installation, features hand-blown glass sculptures initially conveying a barren landscape of tree stumps until a complex and colorful alternative environment is revealed through an augmented-reality lens. Venture into the Rooftop Sculpture Garden, featuring three new sculptures. Check out upcoming workshops with visiting artists and additional summer highlights and programs summer programs via the press release and online events calendar. Glass from the Museum’s collection continues to shine this summer! Molten: 30 Years of American Glass and Luster & Light: Art Nouveau Glass, coincide with and celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement and the United Nations International Year of Glass 2022.

Birds in Art 2022

Artwork created by 118 artists from throughout the world comprises the 47th annual 2022 Birds in Art exhibition. Congratulations to all on the 2022 Birds in Art artist list and thank you to all avian artists who submitted artwork by the April 15 deadline for jurors’ consideration; entry details are here: https://www.lywam.org/birds-in-art/prospectus/

Current Exhibitions

A woman leans over a young child as they hold an iPad and look at the screen that shows a daisy-like flower with blue petals that seems to sprout from glass tree-stump sculptures in a museum gallery.

Woodson Wanderings: Weekly Blog

Cultivating Creativity All Summer

This summer, Woodson Art Museum galleries highlight a bountiful harvest. Throughout two exhibitions, visitors point out favorites and marvel at detailed, realistic depictions and figments of artistic imaginings, too. No matter how your garden grows, nourish your creativity with visits soon and often while botanical art remains on view through Sunday, August 28.

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What Our Visitors Say

What a beautiful museum and community space. The exhibitions here are displayed with care in a bright and open area with a good flow allowing for visitors to spend time looking and understanding each piece. There are sculptures outside along with a garden walk surrounding the museum, and indoors multiple levels of exhibitions and a playful art space for children. Plan more time than you think you’ll need! This is a Wausau gem.

Google review, 2022

This is such a treasure for our community. Great exhibitions. Staff is very kind and helpful. Thank you!

Facebook recommendation, 2022

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