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Список Музеев и Картинных галерей: Висконсин

Висконсин - Музеи и художественные галереи в Висконсин, включая некоммерческие центры и галереи, государственные учреждения и частные предприятия.

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Anderson Arts Center 6603 3rd Ave, Kenosha, WI 53143 Telephone: 262-653-0481
Since its opening in April, 1992, the Anderson Arts Center has welcomed thousands of visitors. In its history, the Anderson Arts Center has evolved into a full-service, multifunctional arts center, showcasing the work of a variety of local, regional and national artists. The center offers over 25 different art exhibitions a year.
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass 165 N Park Ave, Neenah, WI 54956 Telephone: 920-751-4658
Regional art museum with collection of paperweights and glass art, contemporary glass collection
Center for Visual Arts 427 S 4th St, Wausau, WI 54403 Telephone: 715-842-4545
The Center for the Visual Arts is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit visual arts organization working to engage people in the visual arts and add to the livability of the Wausau regional community. We do this through our free exhibits in three professional gallery spaces, offering art classes for children and adults through the CVA School of Art, selling original artist work in our gift shop, and collaborating with other local organizations and businesses to enrich the community.
Charles Allis Art Museum 1801 N Prospect Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202 Telephone: 414-278-8295
The Museum contains a collection of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics and art objects collected by the Allis family and now known collectively as the Charles Allis Collection. 19th-century mansion with 19th-century French and American paintings, furnishings and decorative arts, and changing exhibits.
Chazen Museum of Art 750 University Ave, Madison, WI 53706 Telephone: 608-263-2246
The Chazen is home to the second-largest collection of art in Wisconsin: more than 20,000 works include paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photographs, and decorative arts. The permanent collection covers diverse historical periods, cultures, and geographic locations, from ancient Greece, Western Europe, and the Soviet Empire, to Moghul India, eighteenth-century Japan, and modern Africa. The collection continues to grow thanks to artwork donations and purchases.
Gallery 450 2000 W 5th St, Marshfield, WI 54449 Telephone: 715-389-6534
The Visual Arts Series, an ongoing program of the Art Department since 1986, brings recognized artists to the campus for exhibitions in the Fine Arts Gallery (Gallery 450), public lectures, demonstrations and workshops. These visiting artists offer our students and the community insights into new ideas in contemporary art.
Grohmann Museum 1000 N Broadway, Milwaukee, WI 53202 Telephone: 414-277-2300
With more than 1,000 paintings and sculptures representing the evolution of human work, you’re sure to identify with several pieces in the collection. Here is a sample of some of the works you will see when you visit.
Haas Fine Arts Center 105 Garfield Avenue, P.O. Box 4004, Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004 Telephone: 715-836-4636
Part of University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, features the Foster Gallery with exhibits works by faculty, BFA degree candidates and internationally known artists
Haggerty Museum of Art 530 N 13th St, Milwaukee, WI 53233 Telephone: 414-288-1669
Part of Marquette University, European and American visual art
Hardy Gallery 3038 Anderson Ln, Ephraim, WI 54211 Telephone: 920-854-2210
The gallery is situated directly on the shore of Eagle Harbor and has been a pillar of the Door County art community since the mid-1900s, providing visibility in a non-commercial venue to new and established artists who may or may not have outside gallery representation.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center 608 New York Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081 Telephone: 920-458-6144
Includes ten galleries, a theater, performance and meeting spaces, studio classrooms
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum 700 N 12th St, Wausau, WI 54403 Telephone: 715-845-7010
Today, more than 5,000 works of art, including paintings, drawings and field sketches, graphics, photographs, and sculpture, celebrate the essence and spirit of birds from around the world. The collection also includes decorative arts: more than 125 Victorian glass baskets, early twentieth-century utilitarian and decorative glassware and porcelains, nearly 100 Royal Worcester porcelain bird figurines designed by Dorothy Doughty, and a survey collection of historic and contemporary glass vessel forms and sculptural objects.
Lynden Sculpture Garden 2145 W Brown Deer Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53217 Telephone: 414-446-8794
The Lynden Sculpture Garden offers a unique experience of art in nature through its collection of more than 50 monumental sculptures sited across 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art 227 State St, Madison, WI 53703 Telephone: 608-257-0158
The collection includes works by some of the most significant American artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. A portion of works in the collection reflect significant exhibitions presented by the museum; Wisconsin-based artists are also well represented.
Miller Art Museum 107 S 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 Telephone: 920-746-0707
Founded in 1975 through the generosity of Gerhard and Ruth Miller, the Museum is a non-profit cultural arts institution, open all year, to provide a variety of arts opportunities to thousands of children and adults from near and far. The beautiful galleries feature changing exhibits with a rich diversity of expression fostering the creative life of the community.
Milwaukee Art Museum 700 N Art Museum Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53202 Telephone: 414-224-3200
The Milwaukee Art Museum’s Collection includes nearly 25,000 works from antiquity to the present, encompassing painting, drawing, sculpture, decorative arts, prints, video art and installations, and textiles. The Museum’s collections of American decorative arts, German Expressionist prints and paintings, folk and Haitian art, and American art after 1960 are among the nation’s finest.
Monroe Arts Center 1315 11th St, Monroe, WI 53566 Telephone: 608-325-5700
The mission of the Monroe Arts Center is threefold: to nurture an appreciation for the arts, to aid individual creative development, and to ensure the preservation and integrity of our historic facility.
Museum of Wisconsin Art 205 Veterans Ave, West Bend, WI 53095 Telephone: 262-334-9638
The Museum of Wisconsin Art owns two principal collections: the Carl von Marr collection and the Early Wisconsin Regional Art collection. The former was the collection upon which the museum was founded in 1961 and features the work of Milwaukee-born, German-educated artist Carl von Marr; the Early Wisconsin collection was unveiled in 1998 upon Wisconsin’s sesquicentennial.
Museum of Woodcarving 539 Highway 63 North, Shell Lake, WI 54871 Telephone:
The Museum of Woodcarving displays 100 life-sized carvings and 400 miniatures. Mr. Barta spent 15 years crafting his series of religious scenes in ponderosa and sugar pine 2x4s laminated together.
New Visions Gallery Marshfield Clinic, 1000 N Oak Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449 Telephone: 715-387-5562
Non-profit community museum/gallery located in the lobby of Marshfield Clinic
Overture Center for the Arts 201 State St, Madison, WI 53703 Telephone: 608-258-4141
We exist to engage the community with innovative programming and performing arts. In addition to housing ten resident companies, seven performance spaces play host to national and international touring artists and Broadway performers. More than a dozen community engagement and educational programs provide over 200,000 extraordinary artistic experiences every year.
Portage Center for the Arts 301 E Cook St, Portage, WI 53901 Telephone: 608-742-5655
Performing and community arts center with Drury Gallery
Prairie Moon Museum and Sculpture Garden Kohler Foundation, Inc. 725 X Woodlake Road Kohler, WI 53044 Telephone: 920-458-1972
Folk art sculpture garden, museum open by appointment, owned by the Kohler Foundation[
Racine Art Museum 441 Main Street, Racine, WI 53403 Telephone: 262-638-8300
The Racine Art Museum, located at 441 Main Street, Racine, Wisconsin, holds the largest and most significant contemporary craft collection in North America, with more than 8,000 objects from nationally and internationally recognized artists
Rahr West Art Museum 610 N 8th St, Manitowoc, WI 54220 Telephone: 920-686-3090
The Rahr-West Art Museum permanent collection belongs to the people of the City of Manitowoc. It represents people of all ages and backgrounds to a wide-ranging assortment of important artists, genres and movements in art history. Our breadth and depth is not limited to eras, it also extends into the movements, genres and mediums that epitomize American art history. These include such pivotal artists as: Georgia O’Keeffe, Alex Katz, Mark Rothko, Stuart Davis, Andrew Wyeth, and Andy Warhol, among others. These works run the gamut from oil to watercolor to prints.
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts 51 Sheboygan St, Fond du Lac, WI 54935 Telephone: 920-921-5410
Located in a former Masonic temple, regional arts center with exhibits gallery, performing arts, also houses the Children's Museum of Fond du Lac
Trout Museum of Art 111 W College Ave, Appleton, WI 54911 Telephone: 920-733-4089
The Trout Collection is an eclectic mix of over 150 museum-quality works of art, including American, European, Asian and African paintings, sculptures and other decorative objects, representing over 400 years of art history. Each work of art in the collection is an eyewitness to a time and place — near, far, past, or present.
Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum 2220 N Terrace Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202 Telephone: 414-271-3656
Overlooking Lake Michigan, the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum was designed and built in the style of an Italian Renaissance villa by architect David Adler in 1923. The building was originally the residence of former A.O. Smith president, Lloyd Smith, and his family. The museum features fine and decorative arts dating from the 15th through the 18th centuries, wrought-iron masterpieces by Cyril Colnik, the Renaissance Garden, and changing exhibitions.
Wisconsin Concrete Park N8236 State Hwy 13, Phillips, WI 54555 Telephone: 715-339-7282
The Wisconsin Concrete Park is an outdoor museum with 237 embellished concrete and mixed media sculptures built between 1948 and 1964 by Fred Smith, a retired lumberjack and self-taught artist and musician. Installed throughout Smith’s northwoods property in Phillips, WI, the site is a historical panorama of life-size and larger-than-life sculptures depicting people, animals, and events from local, regional and national history, from local lore, and from Smith’s expansive imagination.
Wustum Museum 2519 Northwestern Avenue, Racine, WI 53403 Telephone: 262-636-9177
Also known as Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, branch of the Racine Art Museum, exhibits of fine art and craft media, also 13 acres of park, a one-acre formal garden
Wright Museum of Art 700 College St, Beloit, WI 53511 Telephone: 608-363-2072
Teaching museum of Beloit College, collections include American Impressionism, Modernist paintings, 19th century plaster casts, German Expressionism, and Japanese Modern prints
Wriston Art Center 711 E. Boldt Way Appleton, WI 54911 Telephone: 920-832-6621
Lawrence University’s Permanent Art Collection contains almost 4,000 items — prints, drawings, paintings, sculpture as well as coins, textiles, posters, and ritual and vernacular objects — which span historical periods from antiquity to the present and come from all over the world. Our holdings include important collections of German Expressionism, Japanese woodblock prints, linocut prints from Mexico’s Taller de Gráfica Popular, contemporary American prints, and ancient Greek and Roman and Byzantine coins.