The Many Faces of Jayna

By: Kathy Kelsey Foley, director on April 15th, 2015

Woodson Art Museum program participants and blog readers know the many faces – and undertakings – of educator Jayna Hintz. From Art Babies to Art Park’s learning-infused play and from hands-on art making to SPARK! shared stories, Jayna’s fine hand and commitment to object-based learning and engagement have been experienced by visitors of all ages, backgrounds, and interests.


Jayna is leaving her Woodson position after a decade and a half to take on new challenges as a program outreach specialist at UW-Milwaukee’s School of Continuing Education’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

Jayna’s coworkers, community partners, and colleagues – along with countless volunteers and hundreds of program participants – wish her well. We’ve been inspired by her passion for art and her dedication to not only the Woodson Art Museum, but also to making the visual arts accessible to all.



These photos are a tribute to Jayna’s enduring imprint on the Woodson Art Museum.


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