Your continued generosity helps us convey our vision—that wildlife art encourages conservation of the natural world.
Our accomplishments included:
- Our Bisoncast episode Beyond Beauty was named as an official selection in the Venice Shorts Film Festival and the Toronto International Women Film Festival.
- We installed automatic opening entrance doors, offered colorblind glasses, a gender-neutral restroom, and bi-lingual translations of most exhibit labels and mobile app tours.
- Local students and young visitors created nearly 750 spiders for the exhibition, Woven Together: Art and Arachnids, which decorated a remarkable community web in our Wapiti Galley.
In 2022 we will celebrate the Museum’s 35th anniversary and several important exhibits will open next summer including Scenes of Transcendent Beauty: Thomas Moran’s Yellowstone, celebrating the park’s 150th anniversary, and works from women wildlife artists with a special focus on French painter and sculptor Rosa Bonheur.
Your generous support makes all of what we do possible. As you contemplate your year-end-giving, we hope you will consider contributing to our general operating fund that supports all of our work.
For questions or more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (307) 732-5414.
Header Image: Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822–1899), Chamois Mother and Baby, 1888. Oil on Canvas. 10 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches. Gift of the 2003 Collectors Circle, National Museum of Wildlife Art.