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Current Exhibitions

Diverse exhibitions change more often than the seasons as do themes of programs and events developed to enhance visitors’ experiences.

In addition to the flagship exhibition, Birds in Art, and new exhibitions drawn from its collection, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum brings diverse artwork from all over the world in temporary exhibitions, enlivened by visiting artists during artist residencies and programs for all ages.

Also, drop in to experience the sculpture garden, and Art Park – the Museum’s interactive family gallery in the lower level.

Visit often to experience what’s new to see and do.

On View in Temporary Exhibitions

Soñadora: Yuyi Morales

December 2, 2023 – February 25, 2024
Soñadora: Yuyi Morales features 60 mixed-media artworks from award-winning children’s book illustrator and author Yuyi Morales. Her stories are inspired by her Mexican heritage and give powerful insights from an immigrant’s perspective.

Now on View from the Museum’s Collection

A Civic Wilderness

January 27 – June 16, 2024
Explore the profound relationship between nature and the city through the lens of art, revealing how artists have captured, reimagined, and celebrated this dynamic interplay.

From Concept to Canvas

December 9, 2023 – June 2, 2024
With artworks displayed next to their archival studies, discover how artists channel their observations into their work, continuously tweaking ideas as they move from sketch to canvas to arrive at a final composition. Join us in exploring the inner workings of the artistic mind and experience the magic of art’s evolution.

The Real Decoy

September 9 – February 25, 2024
This exhibition not only celebrates the artistry of duck decoys but also honors the cultural significance they hold for hunting communities worldwide, while offering insight into the various decoy styles and regional variations, reflecting the diverse landscapes and traditions of their creators.

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