Saturday & Sunday, September 7-8, 2013 WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: This year’s 24th-annual Wausau’s Artrageous Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, September 7-8, offers fun for all ages during north central Wisconsin’s biggest three-venue art extravaganza, spanning both sides of the Wisconsin River. This early fall weekend favorite overflows with art.
Tuesday, August 13 through Tuesday, August 20, 2013 WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: The third-annual Family Fest, a weeklong art-making festival at the Woodson Art Museum, features different mediums each day beginning Tuesday, August 13 and culminating with an expanded Toddler Tuesday offering art projects, family yoga, and music-making on Tuesday, August 20.
WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: Artists who set up easels to capture two downtown Wausau scenes during an opening-day Paint Out kick off an array of plein-air painting programs during “Celebrating Summer: Plein-Air Painters of America,” on view at the Woodson Art Museum June 22 through August 25, 2013.
WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: Paintings of seaside vistas, wildflowers in bloom, and warm-weather excursions comprise “Celebrating Summer: Plein-Air Painters of America,” on view at the Woodson Art Museum, June 22 through August, 25, 2013.
WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: Delightful designs – from the undulating lines of bentwood furniture and sculpture to Charley Harper’s playful, stylized images of animals – abound throughout three exhibitions on view April 13 through June 16 at the Woodson Art Museum.
WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: Paper artistry comes to life at the Woodson Art Museum through snow sculpture, hands-on origami and paper sculpture programs, and a community art project, Flock to Fold, a mobile featuring paper cranes folded by visitors.
WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: Handcrafted Shaker furniture and objects that reveal the values of a distinct, historic culture fill Woodson Art Museum galleries, November 17, 2012 through January 20, 2013.
WAUSAU, WISCONSIN: Elegant origami artworks and intricately cut paper sculptures are featured in two exhibitions on view January 26 through April 7 at the Woodson Art Museum.