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Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art

The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art ( MOWNA), a newly opened one of a kind online museum born out of the pandemic and specifically designed for the digital age, will launch their first online Biennial show on Friday, April 30, 2021 and will run until September 22, 2021.

Drawing from an international pool of artists selected from 44 countries, the opening show features a variety of wild and newfangled art including a mini zoom Opera, Jazz Bass Quartet, VR Dolphin Dance, Interactive Multimedia, a variety of Dance Films, an Interactive Poetry Generator, Experimental Photographs, Video Art, Gifs, Computer Generated Artwork, and Animated 360 video.

To kick off the Biennial with opening night festivities on April 30th, MOWNA will host a special screening of Annie Berman’s The Faithful: The King, The Pope, and The Princess. The film covers a period of 20 years where Berman explores fandom in the circle of three pop icons, Pope John Paul ll, Elvis Presley, Princess Diana. The screening will be followed by a Q&A, the MOWNA party room and a first look entrance to the Biennial.

“There’s nowhere else that you can see this collection of art, in this way. There are hours of artwork to explore, play with, and listen to, twenty-four hours a day. It is an intimate experience, that you can have alone or with someone, with no crowds to navigate, no distractions, nothing in the way of you and the art” says wild artist cary ann shim sham who co-founded the museum along with artist Joey Zaza.

For a complete schedule of events, and tickets please visit:


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