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WMA releases its Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report

The Wiregrass Museum of Art (WMA) has published its Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report, marking its impact, achievements, and funding support over the last year.

WMA’s Annual Report communicates the museum’s work and high level of collaboration within the Wiregrass community, including work with 18 community partners for outreach and art education programming. Significant outcomes for the last fiscal year include high engagement in K-12 programs like Youth Art Month, the inaugural WMA Teen Night, and over 12,000 users of free, online educator resources, like lesson plans and instructional blogs.

WMA’s work in the past year also includes creative and financial support of 63 artists through 15 exhibitions and special projects , expansion of the museum’s community outreach with partners like Rose Hill Senior Center and Hawk Houston Youth Enrichment Center, and the release of a new Strategic Plan which will guide the museum’s work over the next three years.

“We had a really great year and are looking forward – as we head into WMA’s 35th year anniversary – to building on current momentum. It’s important that we continue to respond to community needs as they arise and I’m especially proud of the partnerships we’ve been able to grow over the past year as we work to make art and art education more accessible for our region ,” said Dana-Marie Lemmer, WMA’s executive director.

Download the full Annual Report by clicking the title below.

Wiregrass Museum of Art FY2022 Annual Report

Paper copies can also be requested in person at WMA at 126 Museum Avenue in downtown Dothan.

For more information about WMA’s annual arts programming, call 334-794-3871 or visit wiregrassmuseum.org.

About the Wiregrass Museum of Art

Wiregrass Museum of Art inspires a lifelong appreciation for the visual arts by providing innovative educational programs that engage diverse audiences through the collection and exhibition of quality works. Since its inception in 1987, WMA has offered educational programs, nationally-acclaimed art exhibitions and community events throughout the year. Its Board of Trustees guides the long-term vision and strategic goals, while its membership, City and County support, and grant funding provide the resources needed to fulfill its mission.

WMA’s galleries are open to the public every Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. General admission is always free.

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