Woodson Art Museum members are on the road again – this time, bound for Baltimore and beyond. When traveling with the Woodson Art Museum, participants don’t worry about the details; they just enjoy the benefits of an all-inclusive experience.
A guaranteed way to increase my blood pressure and heart rate is to ask me to take a moment to be in the moment. Be mindful. Clear the mind of clutter and focus on sensory stimuli. Concentrate on breath.
Fall tends to be a bittersweet time for birdwatchers. Sadly, many summer avian visitors are moving out of the area, heading south for the winter. Yet, on the bright side, autumn does feature new Woodson Art Museum avian-themed exhibitions.
“Family” is a Birds in Art opening weekend touchstone.
This observation is more accurately a statement of fact.
From the seventy artists who traveled from around the world, to opening-day visitors, many of whom traveled equally great distances, the spirit that envelopes both returning and first-time artists, guests, and visitors is akin to a family reunion.
Woodson Art Museum staff members are working tirelessly preparing for the Birds in Art opening weekend – from gallery and Art Park installations to program preparations and event logistics – our to-do lists are long, but thankfully, our energy levels are high. One of my favorite exhibition preparations is editing videos for the Museum’s audio tour app.
As I write this, Art Park is completely transformed. If you were a fan of the Art Park of yore, don’t fret.
Read TripAdvisor reviews & visitors’ effusive comments, telling others to seize & savor a last look at The World According to Federico Uribe, on view through Sun., Aug. 26. Experience a delightful menagerie made from everyday objects. Visit the Woodson Art Museum – always admission free – today-Friday, 9 am-4 pm; Saturday & Sunday, Noon-5pm. See what others are saying via this week’s blog post.
I liked school. I anticipated August as it signaled new notebooks, folders, and a few clothes for the September kickoff of the newest school year.