Terrill Knaack, current Trout Lake Artist in Residence, has a new show opening called "Art, Science and Ecological Conscience" on April 22nd at the Holy Wisdom Monastery in Middleton, WI. What a great way to celebrate Earth Day!
Check out Drawing Water artist Alice Hargrave's exhibition coming up this spring!
Trout Lake Station has received a grant from the Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment to develop college student, scientist, and artist partnerships. The teams will work to create art and interpretive material around local water science happening at Trout Lake Station, Lac du Flambeau Tribal Natural Resources Department, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Northern Highland Fishery Research Area. The project will continue for three years. Each summer students will lead a middle school education program with North Lakeland Discovery Center and create an exhibit which will travel to venues through the region.
The article Art + Science at Trout Lake Station, Wisconsin By Aubrey Vaughn showcases the natural connections between art and science as well as the collaborations that have allowed new ways for science to be communicated and appreciated through art.
Check out the following article by Anna Maria Hansen of the Price County Review about our Artist in Residence Program and Kim Gordon's recent visit to the station.
Learn more about artist Mary Burn's new exhibit "Ancestral Women: Elders from Wisconsin's 12 Tribes", now open at the Center for Visual Arts in Wausau, WI. Using jacquard weaving techniques, fiber artist Mary Burns has woven a portrait of each of the elders along with a series of clan symbols and cultural scenes.