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Odd Couple July 30, 2014  |  By Admin

At the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Odd Couple exhibit encourages visitors to arrange magnetic words in an exploration of two very different pieces of art. How would you describe the relationship between these two artworks? John James Audubon, Fish Hawk, or Osprey, 1830. Hand-Colored Engraving. 38 x 24 1/4 inches. Gift of the 2004 Collectors Circle, National Museum of…

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Art in Action: Kathryn Turner July 24, 2014  |  By Carter Cox

Join artist Kathryn Mapes Turner at the National Museum of Wildlife Art on July 29 and 30 from 10:00AM – 2:00PM to learn about her art-making process and techniques. Kathryn will be joining us as at Art in Action on the heels of her recent exhibit, thin place, at Trio Fine Art. 

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2014 Volunteer of the Year July 22, 2014  |  By Admin

Congratulations to our 2014 Volunteer of the Year, Marsha Wackerly! Between spearheading the production of the monthly Volunteer Newsletter, creating and managing the Volunteer Calendar and Directory, helping to maintain the Volunteer Website, and creating an extremely detailed and efficient database to record and analyze the Museum’s volunteer hours, Marsha really does it all! In addition to providing such…

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Art in Action with Amy Ringholz July 16, 2014  |  By Admin

Join us for the chance to learn from local artist, Amy Ringholz through our Art in Action program. In conjunction with her Rise of the Fenix exhibit, Amy will be demonstrating her painting processes and engaging visitors as they sketch alongside Amy. Amy will be on-site July 14–18 and 21–25 from 10:00AM–2:00PM. This program is free to all guests. Art in Action is generously sponsored by Cynthia…

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July 10, 2014  |  By Jane Lavino

  Mary Jane Bradbury performing as Nancy Russell at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. This week Mary Jane Bradbury, talented speaker, educator and actress treated Museum audiences to some first person interpretation in the persona of Nancy Cooper Russell, wife of famed “Cowboy Artist” Charles M. Russell (1864 –1926.) This well studied, intuitive actress provided tremendous interpretation to…

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