Call of the Wild magazine is an annual, award-winning, full-color publication of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, reaching more than 6,000 high net-worth art and nature enthusiasts.
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Call of the Wild is distributed to 6,000+ readers including 3,000 member households. It is distributed at museums around the nation with our traveling exhibitions and is available to 70,000 National Museum of Wildlife Art visitors throughout the year.
Support art, culture, and the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
Call of the Wild magazine is an annual, award-winning, full-color publication of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, reaching more than 15,000 readers.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s summer shows include Andy Warhol: Endangered Species, Photo Ark: Photographs by Joel Sartore and Exploring Wildlife Art, all of which celebrate humanity’s relationship with nature and will be featured in the magazine.
Call of the Wild will also celebrate the Museum’s major milestones in Turning 30—with information on special events such as the May 16 Anniversary Party and the Black Bear Ball. There will be discussions with our founders, curators past and present, artists, and celebrity voices that place the museum in national context.
2017 Call of the Wild Articles:
Q&A with Jane Goodall by Irene Rawlings
Flashback: Reminiscence with founders, long-term staffers, community members, and volunteers
Exhibition Highlights with Dr. Adam Harris, Petersen Curator of Art & Research
Palate: Food as Art by Dina Mishev
Behind the Art by Bert Raynes
30 Voices by Jennifer Weydeveld
With Governor Matt Mead; Diane Shober, Wyoming Dept. of Tourism; Michael T. Lange, Wyoming Arts Council; Ewoud de Groot, and more
Why Wildlife Art Matters by Todd Wilkinson
And many beautiful art and wildlife photo spreads.