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Holiday Season Hours

Plan visits with friends & family, always admission free, this holiday season. Please note: Museum closed on Mondays and Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Warm wishes! We continue to ask visitors to mask while indoors, for the safety of all. For additional information, check here.

Christian Robinson Illustrations & Relief Prints Exhibitions on View

Visit to experience the Birds in Art 2021 exhibition and the wire-bird “murmuration” flock created collaboratively during San Francisco-based sculptor Tom Hill’s residency, September 28 through October 10, and installed as a single sculptural work at the Museum.

Precautions Continue in January 2022

We continue to ask visitors to mask while indoors, for the safety of all. For additional information, check here.

Summer Highlights

Opening Saturday, June 12, is the summer exhibition: Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts.

Birds in Art 2021 Due Date

Artists, the Birds in Art 2021 deadline for submitting artwork for jury consideration was April 22, 2021. Get details via the prospectus.

Museum Reopened

Welcome back! The Museum has reopened after a proactive closure during the region’s coronavirus surge. Birds in Art and From My Space to Yours are extended through February 21.  Learn more about visiting here and what’s on view here.

Exhibition Dates Change

Please note the following changes to the Museum’s exhibition schedule: The Birds in Art 2020 exhibition is extended through February 21, 2021. The From My Space to Yours exhibition of photographs of 2020 Birds in Art artists’ studios is extended through February 21, 2021.

Online Options

As part of the Woodson Art Museum’s ongoing mission to enhance lives through art, consider the Museum’s online options.

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The Museum reopened in early February 2021, after a proactive closure.

Before visiting, check www.lywam.org for any updates and what to expect.