From: Jim Eddy
Volunteer, Minnesota Marine Art Museum
A very warm welcome is yours at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona, Minnesota.
The Minnesota Marine Art Museum has a dynamic staff and over 80 volunteers to provide you with an exceptional experience. This experience will include the fine art of the Burrichter-Kierlin collection focusing on the Museum’s theme of great art inspired by water. Currently the Museum also includes a display of Leo and Marilyn Smith’s remarkable regional art, Minnesota-Wisconsin native Edward Curtis’s native waters collection, and Minnesota-born National Geographic photographer Annie Griffith’s photographs of water images throughout the world.
In addition to the fine art and photography, the Museum offers family programs, including Toddler Tuesday the second Tuesday of every month, school programs and tours for preschool through graduate school students and the well-attended Spark cultural program of enrichment for those suffering memory loss.
Yes, there is so much to see and participate in at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum. We would be most honored to have you as a guest, participant in the many programs at the Museum and a member of this Museum. For further information about this remarkable resource call (507) 474-6626. Additional information can be obtained by signing up for the MMAM E-News by e-mailing email@example.com with “E-News Sign Up” in the subject line.
As a volunteer at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum I look forward to seeing you at this special Museum dedicated to “great art inspired by water.”