Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum 

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The Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum is an art museum located at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The museum was founded in 1934 and is named in honor of art collector Frederick R. Weisman. He was a Minneapolis native who was well known as an art collector in Los Angeles.

The current museum building was designed by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry with MSR Design as architect of record and completed in November 1993.

CLOUDGUIDE AUDIO TOUR

While in-person public tours are suspended, the Weisman is thrilled to announce that our free audio tour is now available on the Cloud Guide app! Download the app on the Apple or Google Play app store for access to the tour, short videos, and more.

VIRTUAL VISITS

Embark on a self-guided virtual visit to the Weisman’s galleries in our interactive virtual visits. Explore highlights of the permanent collection in our permanent collection virtual visit.

Looking for a guided virtual visit experience? Schedule a guided virtual visit with a Weisguide over Zoom by contacting wamtour@umn.edu.

 

ONLINE PROGRAMS

Connect with WAM anytime with WAM on Demand video content on our social channels. Take a deep dive into the collection with our video series “FIVE MINUTES WITH A WEISGUIDE” or check out a bevy of recorded artist talks, engaging conversations, special performances, and more.

Hope you found this blog on The Weisman Art Museum helpful.

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Next week we will talk about another aspect of what is great in Minnesota.

Honestly if you cannot find something fun to do in the State of Minnesota all year long…then you are not looking!

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We have so many fun things to do in Minnesota! If you need some ideas for fun things to do, just give me a call or email me.

 

Jeff Anderson

The Anderson Team

RE/MAX Results

612-386-8600

jeff@mnrealestate.com

www.mnrealestate.com

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