Museum of Wisconsin Art Presents Site-Specific Installation by Jenie Gao  

Exhibition is the first solo museum show for the Madison artist and printmaker

March 13, 2018
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What:  In this site-specific installation, Madison artist and printmaker Jenie Gao focuses on two main subjects: the gundog and the bulldog. One represents war and violence, the other protest and speech. Both subjects are fighting for their right to live. Gao believes creativity is about connecting different ideas, people, and perspectives to find shared purpose and solve problems. 



On View: April 14–July 29, 2018 | Horicon Bank Gallery | Museum of Wisconsin Art
Opening Party: Saturday, April 14, 2018


2:005:00: Meet Jenie Gao and the artists from three spring exhibitions. Enjoy printmaking with bike tires, live music by The Latchkeys, light bites, and a cash bar.


Where: Museum of Wisconsin Art, 205 Veterans Avenue, West Bend, Wisconsin 53095 | wisconsinart.org

Cost: Free event for MOWA members. Annual memberships start at $12 and can be purchased upon arrival.

Media Contact:  
Jessica Wildes, Director of Communications | Marketing
Phone: 262-247-2266 | Email: jwildes@wisconsinart.org

About the Museum of Wisconsin Art 
The Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) explores the art and culture of Wisconsin. Founded in 1961, MOWA is one of the top museums of regional art in the United States, with over 5,000 works of contemporary and historic art by more than 350 artists. Through rotating exhibitions and educational programs, MOWA provides an innovative forum for the culturally engaged.
Jessica Wildes, Director of Communications and Marketing
jwildes@wisconsinart.org, 262.247.2266