Virtual Exhibits

Virtual Exhibits
An Artistic Discovery 2022

An Artistic Discovery features 49 works of art from 12 schools produced by high school students in Wisconsin's 8th Congressional District, currently represented by Congressman Mike Gallagher.

107th Green Bay Art Colony Exhibition

For more than a century, hundreds of women artists have been part of the Green Bay Art Colony. These women continue to inspire each other, educate the public, encourage new artists and give scholarships to art students.  Styles and club rules may have changed, but the dream to keep art and culture part of the community remains the same.

76th Art Annual

The 76th Art Annual exhibit is an all-media, juried exhibition of current artworks produced by artists living in the counties of Northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This juried art exhibition began in 1942 during the height of World War II. For three-quarters of a century, many of this region’s most celebrated and talented artists have exhibited their work as part of this Green Bay tradition.

Reviving Traditional Arts of the Oneida

Reviving Traditional Arts of the Oneida is a partnership with the Oneida Nation Arts Program and the Oneida Nation Museum. The exhibit highlights the cultural legacy of basketry, pottery, and silverwork among the Oneida people. 

NWTC Artisan and Business Center: Milestones

This is a collaboration with the Museum and the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Artisan and Business Center. The exhibit will include works in all mediums and will be created by students and faculty.

106th Green Bay Art Colony Exhibition: Art Gone Viral

Due to a challenging year with the COVID-19 pandemic, the theme for this year’s exhibition is Art Gone Viral. These works are reflective of the personal expressions of overcoming difficulty, while remaining optimistic for a post-pandemic world.


Guns & Gowns
(Virtual Exhibit Coming Soon)

Over the past 200 years, the fashion and firearms industries have transformed. What sparked these changes? Technology, Politics, and Society. From the American Revolution to the Vietnam War, explore two centuries of fashion and firearms and the trends that defined each era.

75th Art Annual

The 75th Art Annual exhibit is an all-media, juried exhibition of current artworks produced by artists living in the counties of Northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. A total of 54 artworks by 50 artists were chosen by juror Annemarie Sawkins.
An Artistic Discovery

An Artistic Discovery is an annual exhibition of high school art sponsored by the United States Congress in each congressional district in the nation. Featured at the Neville are artworks from students in Wisconsin’s Eighth Congressional District. This is a juried exhibition of artworks based on guidelines developed by the US Congress. The first-prize winning artist has his or her artwork displayed in the US Capitol for one year alongside winners from around the country

Unlock the secret lives of bees and how these tiny insects have a big impact on your life. Bees are more than buzzing bugs that sting; they play a dynamic role in the environment and our agriculture. Adventure into the hive to discover how bees live and work and why threats to them impact you.

From helping engineer our forests to being one of the biggest trends in fashion, birds have had an impact on our lives. Birds explores our relationship with these feathered creatures through the Neville’s collection of taxidermy and art. 
Hindsight is 2020: NWTC Artisan & Business Center Art Exhibit

Hindsight is 20/20: A Retrospective is a juried exhibition hosted at the Neville Public Museum that will feature the artwork of Artisan and Business Center students and instructors. Over the past eight years the Artisan Center has been operating, we have had the opportunity to witness the artistic growth of several artists. This inspired us to reflect on our mission at the Artisan and Business Center and use what we have learned to continue to create an inspiring and inclusive space for all artists.
The Green Bay Art Colony: The Legacy Continues

In 1915, nine women created the Green Bay Art Club to assure that art and culture would be part of the local community.  That same year, they organized a one-week exhibit of historically significant objects in the basement of the original library at the northeast corner of Jefferson and Doty streets.  Every year since 1927 an exhibit of the Colony members’ current artwork has been exhibited at the Neville Public Museum. 
The Otto Stiller Collection

In 1971, the Museum displayed an exhibit called “Recollections of a Younger Green Bay: The Otto Stiller Photography Collection.” The exhibit featured over 200 photographic enlargements from his family business demonstrating the changes of Green Bay from the late 1800s through 1942 including captions written by Stiller himself.