Although admission is always FREE, inviting out-of-town friends and family to join you for a visit to the museum helps the local economy. How?
In 2019, the estimated economic impact of non-local visitors to the Woodson Art Museum was $1,138,496 from day-trip visitors and $1,799,712 from overnight visitors, according to the Wisconsin Department of Tourism’s economic-impact values. So, why not give Marathon County the gift of an economic infusion this holiday season by inviting friends and family to Wausau to visit the Woodson Art Museum with you to view their origami exhibitions?
(Click the title to see some of the works on display at the museum . . .)
Interact with more than 70 Birds in Art artists who flock to the museum from throughout the world for the exhibition’s debut. Experience 114 all-new artworks in Birds in Art — the museum’s flagship, internationally renowned exhibition.
Plus, be sure to visit the museum’s sculpture garden for the 2019 Master Artist presentation and Artists in Action demonstrations. Read the full article for details on Wausau’s Artgageous Weekend (Sept. 7 & 8), and get a sneak peek at the museum’s fall artist residency programs. (Click the title to read more…)
Two summer exhibitions now open at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum celebrate the ephemeral beauty and diversity of plant life via botanical art.
Botanical Art Worldwide: America’s Flora and Flora, Fauna, Font: Illustrating the Alphabet, on view through August 25, 2019, highlight the delicate intricacy of trees, plants, and flowers. (Click the title to read more…)