Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Sue Slick takes us back to our first exhibit celebrating our centennial birthday to remind you to come see "A Century of Making Meaning" before it closes on March 13!
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! Docent Volunteers are integral members of our team; and, even constantly surrounded by the art, Jennifer Vaughn had an easy time picking her favorite! See what stops her on every visit to #fwmoa in this #staffpick.
At #fwmoa, staff are playing favorites and picking a work they love currently on display. Even before the work arrived at the museum, Katy knew these glass finger puppets by Caterina Urrata-Weintraub would be her next #staffpick.
Could I find a Picasso painting at Goodwill? A recent TikTok had many believing someone did, and it's definitely within the realm of possibility. Lost artworks exist, and we explore their story in this #IntheNews.
Staff at #fwmoa are playing favorites! A curator who works primarily with the permanent collection, Lauren Wolfer has many favorites (we won't tell the other works!). Her current pick? A new glass work by artists Tim Tate & Michael Janis.
As the light fades from summer, October is a time for people to reflect on the unsettling subject of life and death which artists are uniquely placed to explore. Amanda Shepard reflects on these ideas through Martina Lopez’s art on view at #fwmoa.
What's in an artist name? Recently, #fwmoa staff held a lively discussion on the proper way to refer to an artist: whole name, first name only, or last name only. See how they defended their stance in this #perspectives.
The first day of September means one thing around here: the launch of the new Scholastic Art & Writing Awards season! We caught up with multiple award recipient Alyvia Luong to inspire those submitting this year!
NFT. You've seen the acronym in headlines and taglines and heard it spoken on air and in your local coffee shops, but what does it mean? Today, we crack the code behind non-fungible tokens.
It's time to go behind-the-scenes and into the vault! Just like all those movies that take place in museums, we have our own exciting tales at FWMoA. Sue Slick takes us on a journey behind the doors of FWMoA and into the historic storage spaces for art.