Five Must-See Exhibits
Limited time shows to add to your calendar
Hmong Heritage & Culture Exhibition
December 8-January 12
Artwork and artifacts celebrate the unique artisanship and culture of the Hmong people and illustrate their American experience. Tu-F, 10am-4pm. Sa-Su, 11am-4pm. Rahr-West Art Museum, Manitowoc. 686-3090.
Deck the Halls
Thru January 5
Each room in the beautiful Sawyer home is traditionally decorated in holiday décor. Peruse each room and see something unique and different than you saw last year! The gorgeous Tiffany-designed interiors are the perfect backdrop for the warm and cozy feeling of the holidays. Tu-Sa, 10am-4:30pm. Su, 1-4:30pm. Oshkosh Public Museum. 236-5799.
This is Christmas: Original Concept Art of Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas
Thru February 4
Step into a world of ghouls, goblins and Christmas cheer! See original concept art, sketches and Tim Burton original works from Disney’s Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas. Tu-W & F-Sa, 10am–4pm. Th, 10am–8pm. Su, 12pm–4pm. The Trout Museum of Art, Appleton. 733-4089.
Wisconsin Ideas, Global Influences
Thru February 22
This exhibition focuses on the wide-reaching impact Wisconsin glass artists have had on shaping the global landscape of contemporary studio glass during the past 70 years. Tu, W, F & Sa, 10am–4:30pm. Th, 10am-8pm. Su, 1-4:30pm. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass, Neenah. 751-4658.
Guns & Gowns
Thru January 2, 2021
From the American Revolution to the Vietnam War, explore two centuries of fashion and firearms and the trends that defined each era. Tu, 12-8pm. W-Sa, 9am-5pm. Su, 12-5pm. Neville Public Museum, Green Bay. 448-4460.
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