The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) will present the Wisconsin Triennial this fall. The Wisconsin Triennial is an exploration of contemporary Wisconsin art. The 2016 Triennial will be a juried exhibition selected and organized by the museum’s curatorial staff. The Triennial reflects current directions in visual arts, as explored by Wisconsin artists. This exhibition has provided a stage for emerging artists and an opportunity for established artists to develop in new ways. This creation has been seen as one of the most significant exhibitions in the state.
The 2016 Triennial will be installed in the museum's State Street Gallery and Imprint Gallery. Other spaces such as the lobby and Rooftop Sculpture Garden may be utilized as well. MMoCA will also produce an illustrated publication to accompany the exhibition.
Artists from across the state are invited to apply to this exhibition. Click on the Visit Website tab for more information on this exciting MMoCA exhibit.
- Times: 12PM to 5PM Tuesday thru Thursday, Saturday 10AM to 8PM, Sunday 12PM to 5PM
- Admission: Free