Travelling Museum

The Northwest Art Project brings arts learning directly to the classroom through traveling art exhibits. The program brings beautiful original works of art from local Pacific Northwest artists right to our school to be displayed for all to see! Through informal and intimate discussions of these original works of art, students learn critical thinking and communication skills. This unique and innovative program enables students and teachers to experience an art museum in their own school setting.

We are very excited to welcome this beautiful exhibit at Wilder from January 15, 2019 through February 7, 2019. Each classroom will have the opportunity to visit the museum and families are welcome to visit anytime as well! Check out the information below on each of the exciting pieces that will be on display at Wilder.

 

To Alaska

Black and White Photograph

2006

by Spike Mafford

 

Two People Waiting

Oil Stick and Acrylic on Paper

1988

by Joe Max Emminger

 

Dreamer and White Horse

Oil and Collage on paper

1988

by Elizabeth Sandvig

 

Broken Landscape

Egg Tempera on Paper

1990

by Barbara Earl Thomas

 

Crystalline World

Oil on Canvas

1960

by Kenneth Callahan

 

Out of Chaos

Lithograph

1991

by Norie Sato

 

House of Pigs

Bronze

1993

by Penny Mulligan

 

Dowry/Glut

Acrylic on Paper

1994

by Fay Jones