Click HERE to explore the fun activities and content from the 2020 Wisconsin Science Festival. The dots on the map include links from the recordings of our live events as well as great videos and at-home activities you can enjoy any time you’d like! Mark your calendars for next year’s Wisconsin Science Festival, October 21-24, … Continued
** NOTE: THIS IS A SAMPLE EVENT FROM 2020** Join the Wisconsin Science Festival and Wisconsin Institute for Discovery for drive-in movie events at the Madison Mallards Duck Pond! • Friday night (10/16) will be out of this world with a space-themed double feature showcasing the blockbuster films Hidden Figures (5:30 p.m.) and Apollo 13 … Continued
Join Catherine McClung for a two-day, mixed-media workshop exploring the use of gold and silver leaf in watercolor paintings. Teen and adult participants will learn how to work with metal leaf and gain hands-on experience incorporating the material into original artworks. Total fee: $120 for Woodson Art Museum members; $150 for non-members; includes all materials … Continued
Drop in and observe “Birds in Art” 2019 artist Catherine McClung at work and learn more about how she combines watercolor and metal leaf in her paintings. McClung’s watercolor paintings take inspiration from the woods, waters and meadows near her Michigan home. She often incorporates gold and silver leaf into her artwork, finding a balance … Continued
Explore A Photographer’s Journey and view Dennis Trecek’s images from Kenya at the Portage Center for the Arts.
New avian-themed artworks by 114 worldwide artists comprise the 44th annual “Birds in Art” exhibition, on view Saturday, September 7, through Sunday, December 1, at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau. This year’s exhibition includes artwork by 2019 Master Artist Alan Woollett, 22 who were named Master Artists during previous “Birds in Art” … Continued