Weisman Art Museum

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Rates

  • Free admission.

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Located on a Lake or River

  • MISSISSIPPI

Directions

  • Located on the East bank of the U of M-Minneapolis campus.

Other Date Information

  • Open Year Round: Closed Monday: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10am – 5pm, Wed 10am-8pm, SA SU 11am-5pm.

Attraction Attributes

  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. IMAGE/Transition

    333 East River Road
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: 612-625-9494

    IMAGE/Transition is a collaboration between the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration and the Art Department at the University of Minnesota. The photographs on display are from the Beijing Collaborative Exchange from the last three years. The program enabled Chinese and Minnesota students to share experiences while capturing images that speak to the concept of change.

  2. Trains that Passed in the Night: The Photographs of O. Winston Link

    333 East River Road
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: 612-625-9494

    Trains that Passed in the Night: The Photographs of O. Winston Link showcases the final years of steam railroading on the Norfolk & Western Railway, the last major railroad in America to operate exclusively with steam power. The broad appeal of Link’s photographs is derived not only from the images of the steam locomotives themselves, but also from the way in which they express the photographer’s deep respect for the quality of life the steam railroad reflected and supported for so many years in the United States.

  3. WAM Chatter: Why Not Travel?

    333 East River Road
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-9494

    6:30 p.m. Program
    7:30 p.m. Social Hour
    This edition of WAM Chatter asks “Why not travel?” The evening’s lightning fast presentations made in the provocative and popular “pecha kucha” style will feature presenters whose writings and artistic work focus on sustainability and travel. Presenters include author Jack El-Hai and artist Katherine Turczan.

  4. Wanderlust

    333 East River Road
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-9494

    7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

    Celebrate WAM’s fall exhibitions with a special performance of Existentia, a philosophical travel agency, Cycle Saints, an homage to the spirit animals of cycling, and a lego train display collaboration between Greater Midwest Lego Train Club and Twin Cities Lego Train Club. Ride your bike and bring in your helmet (or light-rail or bus ticket) for $1 off a specialty drink. Enjoy bike blended concoctions, music by DJ Ackerman, and seasonal bites.

    RSVP not required, but appreciated; wamrsvp@umn.edu.

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