During days before & after upcoming holidays, bring friends & family for Woodson Art Museum visits, always admission free. Museum open: Tuesday — Friday, 9am-4pm; Saturday — Sunday, Noon-5pm Museum closed Mondays and holidays, including: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day Happy Holidays!
Wausau, Wisconsin: The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum received a grant from the Green Bay Packers Foundation to support a future tactile exhibition, inviting all visitors to experience a new way to “see” by touching a selection of artwork from the Museum’s collection.
See a recently completed mural by California-based artist and science illustrator Jane Kim during her artist residency, November 9-18, at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. Kim designed her painting RGB(ird), now on view near the west gallery, to illustrate how bird feathers get their color.
Woodson Art Museum members and friends will be on the road later this fall and you’re invited to join us for three exciting, art-filled days in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, November 14, 15, and 16.
September 8 – November 25, 2018 Birds enthrall us with their stunning plumage, amusing antics, and lilting song. Avian art inspires in endlessly novel ways, too, evoking the freedom of flight and the fragility of their earthbound existence.
Wausau, Wisconsin: This summer’s immersive installation of colorful, assembled-object sculptures by Miami-based artist Federico Uribe opened June 2 at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.
Drawing inspiration from Federico Uribe, explore and create sculpture from everyday objects for engaging fun in the Museum’s interactive family gallery, temporarily relocated to the west gallery this summer during Art Park renovations. Discover a transformed Art Park in September!
Discover a transformed, “re-landscaped” Art Park, the Museum’s interactive family gallery in the lower level, debuting in tandem with the opening of Birds in Art 2018 on Saturday, September 8. Art Park is open during Museum hours: Tuesday–Friday, 9am–4pm; First Thursday of each month, 9am–7:30pm; Thursdays during Birds in Art, 9am–7:30pm; Saturday–Sunday, Noon–5pm.