Five Must-See Exhibits
Storytellers: Wisconsin First Nations Portraits
Thru December 16
This exhibit features photographs of tribal leaders who were featured in Wisconsin Public Television’s Tribal Histories project. These leaders were recorded in the regions that native people have called home for centuries, the programs feature rich retellings of the challenges, triumphs and time-honored traditions that have shaped their vibrant communities across generations. The Trout Museum of the Art, Appleton. 733-4089.
Cardboard: Outside the Box
Thru December 28
In this “Cardboard Kingdom,” visitors can explore a variety of activities centered around cardboard. Use specially-designed tools to create art and 3D items that will be put on display for all to see. Paper Discovery Center, Appleton. 380-7491.
Blue Jays Art Exhibit
The students of the Menasha High School art program will share their views and favorite pieces in a show with multiple techniques and themes. Menasha Public Library. 967-3690.
Gods & Monsters
December 4–January 30
This exhibit features comic book inspired artwork by Fox Valley artists. Opening reception on December 7 from 5-8pm. The artists will be present to discuss their work. Free admission. The Hang Up Gallery of Fine Art, Neenah. 722-0481.
Delay of Game: Experience of African American Football Players in Titletown
Thru March 10
It has been 100 years since the Green Bay Packers were formed, but African American players have only been part of the story since 1950. In this exhibit, discover how the challenges and contributions of African American players have changed our community. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-4460.
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