* Exhibits are subject to change.
YOUTH ART SERIES
The Youth Art Series may have some unforeseen changes to dates and content due to the impact of COVID-19 on the local school districts.
Eastern Wisconsin Conference
April 22-May 2, 2021
The Eastern Wisconsin Conference Youth Art Series features artwork created by high school students from Brillion, Chilton, Kiel, Two Rivers, Sheboygan Falls, New Holstein, Roncalli and Valders.
LONG TIME PASSING
April 18-August 1, 2021
Midwest farming changes constantly. In our lifetimes, there has been a shift from small acreage family farms to two extremes: to both very large and very small farms. The state of Wisconsin alone is losing more than two family farms per day. These changes in the Midwest landscape - physically and economically - moved artists Roberta Condon and Lorraine Ortner-Blake to present together two series of paintings to focus on the struggles, joys, and challenges of Midwest farm life. This exhibit, titled "Long Time Passing", is a phrase from a Pete Seeger song.
ANN BARBEAU PHOTOGRAPHY
May 9-July 3, 2021
The work of local photographer, Ann Barbeau, features landscapes of Manitowoc, including the lakeshore, parks, and forests.
THE MANITOWOC/MOWA CABINET: THE WORK OF PATRICK BURKE, DAVID CARPENTER, AND RANDY SAHLI
July 11-September 5, 2021
This exhibit revolves around a very special cabinet that was commissioned by the Museum of Wisconsin Art. Featuring the carpentry of Randy Sahli, the carvings of Patrick Burke, and the painting of David Carpenter, this work has deep ties to the community. A selection of work by each artist will be on exhibit.
REALLY BIG PRINTS
July 30-September 12, 2021
Features large scale prints made during the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus' Really Big Prints event.
ART SLAM EXHIBIT
THE ART OF TABLESETTING
CHRISTMAS IN THE MANSION
LADIES OF THE LAKE QUILT EXHIBIT
MARC CHAGALL: LE CIRQUE
December 5, 2021-February 13, 2022
Le Cirque is a print portfolio of 38 prints completed by Marc Chagall in 1968. For Marc Chagall, the circus stage was the ideal setting for the dreamlike, extraordinary acts ever-present in his art. In Le Cirque, he summoned the spectacle of the circus experience in all its colorful variety - clowns, acrobats and women riding bareback, stands brimming with onlookers - as a vivid metaphor for the sometimes precarious artist-lifestyle he had decided to lead. With time, the circus came to lie at the very heart of his personal mythology and became symbolic of the human condition.