Since its phased re-opening in mid-June, the Woodson Art Museum is welcoming visitors back to the galleries and sculpture garden. Visitors will find Many Visions, Many Versions: Art from Indigenous Communities in India, the Museum’s summer exhibition, utilizing additional gallery space to aid in social distancing.
See this list of 2020 Birds in Art artists’ names whose artwork will comprise the 2020 Birds in Art exhibition this fall; congratulations to all! The first day to view Birds in Art 2020 will be Saturday, September 12, as scheduled.
Visit Saturday & Sunday, March 7-8, for the opening weekend of the French Posters and Melissa Sweet children’s book illustrations exhibitions. Until then, experience Museum collection artwork during this installation week for the upcoming exhibitions.
Only a few days remain, so visit this week to experience three origami exhibitions, on view through March 1. See the Museum’s collections exhibitions & celebrate the creative efforts of north-central Wisconsin students in grades 9-12 in Student Art Exhibition 2020, on view through March 29.
The 43rd Student Art Exhibition, featuring artwork of north central Wisconsin students in grades 9-12, opens at Noon on Saturday, February 22, and remains on view through March 29. The 2020 exhibition comprises the work of eighty-three students from seventeen schools and entered by twenty-two teachers.
On Saturday, February 29, 2020, 10:30 am-Noon, individuals with low vision and blindness join Museum educators for a multisensory visit to the galleries followed by hands-on art making inspired by origami artwork on view. Call the Museum at 715-845-7010 to register.
This weekend, Jan. 18-19, origami artist Jiangmei Wu and snow sculptors work wonders with paper and snow. During Jiangmei’s presentation, Sat., Jan. 18, 1-2 pm, learn about her origami-inspired pendant lights, public art installations, and architectural structures.
Visit Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 7-8, for the opening weekend of origami exhibitions. Until then, experience Museum collection artwork during this installation week for the upcoming origami exhibitions. Art Park, the Museum’s interactive gallery, remains open while origami themes are being infused into this space, too.