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Many Visions, Many Versions: Art from Indigenous Communities in India, the Museum’s summer exhibition, utilizes additional gallery space to aid in social distancing. An array of other safety measures are in place, too.

  • All programs in June and July are suspended; August programs are curtailed, too.
  • The first day to view Birds in Art 2020 is Saturday, September 12, as scheduled. There will be no Master Artist Talk on Saturday morning, September 12, and no Artists in Action. The Birds in Art 2020 exhibition is scheduled to be on view Saturday, September 12 through November 29.

Before visiting this summer and fall, please check the Museum’s website at www.lywam.org where updates will first be posted.

Planning to Visit? Terrific! Check here for what to expect, as we strive to help slow the spread of Covid-19, be considerate of others, and keep all safe.

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! The first day to view Birds in Art 2020 will be Saturday, September 12, as scheduled. There will be no Master Artist Talk on Saturday morning, September 12, and no Artists in Action. The safety and well-being of all – Museum visitors, artists, volunteers, and staff – amid the Covid-19 pandemic are paramount. The Birds in Art 2020 exhibition is scheduled to be on view Saturday, September 12 through November 29. Before visiting during Birds in Art this fall, please check the Museum’s website or call 715-845-7010 for the latest updates 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.

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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.

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