Today the #shop looks a little different: we're looking at an artist collaboration! Helen Frost (poet) and Rick Lieder (artist) work together to create children's books about insects. Read on to see how their two separate creative pursuits come together.
The Fort Wayne Artist Guild's Paint Out, held August 11 at the #fwmoa, attracted various regional artists to create outside their studio. We celebrate two of the awarded works in this post: John Kelty and Heidi Malott.
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.
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.
Calling all photographers! We're in the (digital) shop with Fort Wayne-based photographer John Gevers as he walks us through his post-production, or editing, routine on his work "Goat Island Light, Cape Porpoise, Maine".
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!
Celebrating a centennial is a big milestone that calls for some bold changes, like a new logo! For this "In the News", #fwmoa VP & COO Amanda Shepard describes the process of designing a bold new logo to lead the Museum into the next 100 years.
Looking to fill her unexpected free time during the pandemic, Natasha Mistak and her daughters took up macramé. Created through various knotting techniques, the artistic trio, known as OZ art, weave stories of family and nature into their unique designs.
Take a look at Joseph Pelka's individually hand-crafted ceramic vessels. Here, we share the process behind his decorative pieces, ones which he hopes will be passed down from family member to family member.
William Merritt Chase. Robert Henri. James Abbott McNeill Whistler. What do they all have in common? Norah Hamilton studied art under them all! Learn more about this indomitable woman in this "Treasures from the Vault".