When our team met recently to discuss ideas for 2016, one of our goals was to find new ways to provide our visitors with unique, one-of-a-kind experiences. In response, we developed a new program series called “Exhibits Exposed,” which will take place the third Wednesday evening of each month, starting at 6:00. In this program you’ll join one of our experts on staff for a tour of a featured exhibit, and learn some of the facts and stories that didn’t make it onto the labels. Then, you’ll have a chance to view some iconic artifacts pulled from our collection that are usually not available to the public.
My colleagues and I are very excited for the chance to share these rarely-heard stories, and even more rarely-seen artifacts from the Neville’s amazing collection. We hope you’ll be able to join us for these intimate and lively discussions.
Exhibits Exposed Schedule
January 20: Iroquois Beadwork and Sisters in Spirit
February 17: The Fur Trade in Green Bay
March 16: Feline Fine and the Art of Cats
April 20: Stories of Life and Death at Fort Howard
May 18: Art and Artists of Green Bay
June 15: The Ice Age is Coming
July 20: Interstellar Overdrive – Eyes on the Sky
August 17: More of Life and Death at Fort Howard
September 21: Frozen Green Bay
October 19: Haunted Wisconsin
November 16: Holiday Memories
All programs take place the third Wednesday evening of each month at 6:00 and are free with regular museum admission. Sessions will be capped to ensure a personalized experience; additional sessions will start on the half hour as needed.