Stream of Consciousness: Recent Work by Bob Cross

On view through February 24!
 
Bob Cross is a painter, printmaker, and sculptor. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree at the Atlanta College of Art in 1981, and a Master of Fine Art Degree at Ohio University in 1990.

Stone Truths: Lithographs from the Collection

January 19 - April 14
 
Stone Truths: Lithographs from the Permanent Collection displays the wide range of styles possible within the realm of lithography. Contemporary artists are continually pushing the boundaries of the medium, adding their own flair and interpretation to its elements, and at times even combining it with other printing applications. Through each artist’s interpretation we’re given a glimpse into the versatility of lithography, and while each work of art has been crafted with the same basic technique, no work resembles another.

American Brilliant Cut Glass

New World Innovation from 1876-1917
 
This collection captures the unique beauty of American Brilliant Cut Glass, which first broke free from the dominant European glass market in 1876. For centuries, American glass makers fell short of the European standard, but with increased immigration to America in the 19th century, European artisans brought their expertise to the U.S., and American glassmaking began to thrive.

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The FWMoA Blog
 
Have you ever wondered what it actually means to run a museum? How does Charles select work to buy for the collection? Who decides what makes it into an exhibition? What do artists really think about when they're creating? What are the funny, bizarre, exhilarating, and heartbreaking things that happen when a dynamic staff of 30 is trying to reach thousands of people through the one thing they all love? Find the answers and much more on our new blog!

2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

February 9 - April 6
 
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards features the Gold and Silver Key winning art and writing by students in grades 7-12 from Northern Indiana and Northwest Ohio. It has grown into what is now a model program for the rest of the country, exhibiting the best student artwork and writing of the region in the FWMoA galleries. The exhibition features hundreds of paintings, drawings, sculptures, graphics, photographs, mixed-media projects, and all genre of written pieces, each expressing topics that inspire creative teens today.

FWMoA Calendar
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Curator's Tour: Stone Truths: Lithographs from the Collection thursday | 12:15 pm

Curators will take you on a new gallery tour each month. From specialized and personal points of view, curators offer unique perspectives on all FWMoA exhibits. Tours are free with gallery admission.

MAR
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Opening Party for Joel Daniel Phillips and Leni Sinclair friday | 6:00 pm

With both artists in attendance, celebrate opening night of Phillips’ Charcoal Testament and Sinclair’s retrospective of rock photography, capturing the likes of Iggy Pop, BB King, and John Lennon. Free with museum admission.

MAR
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2nd Thursday in Paradigm: Slate Mosaic Demo with Peggy Schuning thursday | 5:44 pm

Join us for 2nd Thursday in the Paradigm Gallery, your opportunity to experience the fine art and craft from over 65 local and regional Paradigm artists in deeper ways. Each second Thursday of the month will feature artist demonstrations, trunk shows, tastings, and performances. Enjoy free admission, edibles and a cash bar with friends. March: Slate Mosaic Demonstration with Peggy Schuning From slate, to stained glass, to found objects, Peggy Schuning uses a variety of materials to create her innovative mosaics. This month, she’ll show us how she creates work with a live demonstration and showcase.

MAR
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Yoga @ FWMoA thursday | 6:00 pm

Experience the beauty of art and the tranquility of yoga at FWMoA! Classes will be on the 2nd Thursday of each month in the FWMoA Auditorium. Classes are $8 each for FWMoA Members / $20 each for non-members.

Upcoming Events
Opening Party for Joel Daniel Phillips and Leni Sinclair
March 08

With both artists in attendance, celebrate opening night of Phillips’ Charcoal Testament and Sinclair’s retrospective of rock photography, capturing the likes of Iggy Pop, BB King, and John Lennon. Free with museum admission.

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Meet Me @ FWMoA
March 19

This monthly tour program is specially designed for individuals with an early-stage diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or other form of dementia. Tours are led by docents trained to effectively communicate with individuals with an early-stage diagnosis of dementia and are designed to be engaging for the individual and their care partners.

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Print Room Talks: Lithography
March 20

During Print Room Talks, we will examine examples of printmaking techniques up close and learn about the artists in the collection who chose to explore these techniques. This month, we will talk about lithographic processes and artists such as Honoré Daumier and Alphonse Mucha.

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Art Club
March 28

The FWMoA Art Club is a group of teens who want to think bigger and bolder through their ideas about art and creativity by being part of a community of highly talented and motivated teens from across our region. The Art Club uses Group Dynamics, which allows the students to share their deep interest for the arts with like minds, use each other as a resource for brainstorming ways to improve their work, and it also raises the expectation of every student's capabilities. The Fort Wayne Museum of Art leads the group by exposing students to contemporary art, presenting sketchbook assignments, and giving students feedback on their work, all of which has greatly increased Art Club members' success with not only the National Scholastic program, but also in garnering college scholarships. The Art Club is open to any teen Middle or High School student interested in the visual arts. The Club meets monthly while school is in session. This is a free resource for students to enjoy.

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