As many around the world are under orders to stay close to home, with in-person events and gatherings curtailed for the time being, Weisman Art Museum is joining Independent Curators International (ICI) and over 30 art spaces around the world in sharing DO IT (HOME), with artist-designed prompts and instructions for creations that can easily be realized in one’s own home.
Local artists, curators, and creative entrepreneurs lend personal insight into how they're switching gears to cope during the closures of COVID-19, with tips on how to keep those creative juices flowing and stay connected to community.
Are you familiar with the Weisman's impressive public art collection? Check out Public Art 25, and take a virtual tour of WAM’s public art collection located on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.
Looking for something creative to do with the kids from home? Check out our education team’s Artful Writing kit, filled with prompts and creative activities geared toward helping learners of all ages perceive, analyze, and write about art. It’s all free and ready for you to explore.
O’Brien Curatorial Fellow Ashley Cope contemplates the meaning of Frankenthaler's "Cravat", on view in the galleries.