What does it mean when a museum has a "Recent Acquisition" label next to an object? Do museums keep all of their objects in perpetuity? Learn about accessioning and deaccessioning in this post!
This week #fwmoa educators were inspired by abstract art, in particular, the collages of Carlos Mare, now on display. See how they reused old artworks to create something new, just like Mare!
The staff at #fwmoa has spent their summer reading, so we've got some recommendations. First up: Grayson Perry's "Playing to the Gallery" which helps us look at contemporary art--a genre of art that often leaves us asking: what am I looking at?!
It's #arttermtuesday! With how fast July moved into August, we decided to look at movement in art! How does an artist convey movement in a 2D work, and why do they use it?
If you took a stroll down Main Street last week, Elephant Ear and Lemon Shake-Up in hand, you probably saw the #fwmoa annual Chalk Walk. Let's explore chalk as an artistic medium, in all its forms, in this #arttermtuesday.
Today in the #studio we're inspired by the beautiful blooms of summer inside the museum, so, we’ll explore another way to bring the outdoors in: flower pounding! Learn how in this #saturdaystudio!
Where is your eye drawn...and why? In this #arttermtuesday we explore the artists use of emphasis (or lack thereof) to tell their story and get their message across to the viewer.
It may be hot now but it won't be for long! With June already flying by we're thinking of long summer days and cooler nights that require a blanket, or quilt. Learn to make a tie quilt in this #saturdaystudio!
We're celebrating Fort Wayne designer Bill Blass' 100th birthday at #fwmoa for the next 100 days. To kick-off, we're taking a look at what the word designer means, with an emphasis on those in fashion.
The #fwmoa is hosting a garden party and the studio has moved outdoors to join! Today, we'll look to Dorothy Gillespie and her 3D, outdoor sculptures for inspiration to make our own wavy, curly paper works.