IMPORTANT HEALTH NOTE: Due to current COVID-19 guidelines from the CDC and Winnebago County Health Department, face masks are OPTIONAL inside Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass. Thank you for your support.
With each temporary exhibition at the museum, our staff thoughtfully arranges programming to complement the artwork and deepen viewers’ understanding and appreciation of it.
Join our Curator, Casey Eichhorn for special, behind-the-scenes perspectives on our current exhibitions. Events are held monthly, however, Due to Covid-19 conditions, these events are being conducted online via Zoom! More information on Curator Tours & Events
The Glass Studio at the museum offers classes and camps throughout the year for both youth and adults using glass as the primary medium. More information on The Glass Studio classes
Art Activity Days
Have fun with the whole family designing one-of-a-kind glass art projects. Art Activity Days are held the first Saturday of each month, with some holiday exceptions. The Glass Studio will fire your glass art creation and you can pick it up one week later at the museum.
All ages welcome. Children under 12 require adult supervision and assistance.
Art After Dark
Make a unique memory with friends as you experience Art After Dark at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass in Neenah. Experience the current exhibition and museum collections in a more relaxed and open environment, including our wonderful outdoor property. Watch our social media channels or our e-newsletter for future event announcements.
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass announces the launch of the new, mission-based GLASS Arts Festival on Saturday, August 13, 2022.
“GLASS” which stands for Glass Lakefront Show and Sale is an inaugural event, to be held on the museum grounds at 165 N. Park Ave, Neenah, WI 54956. It replaces the former museum-sponsored arts festival which took place in Riverside Park for 45 years. The festival now centers on the museum’s mission: glass art and glass art experiences. Providing distinction from other art festivals in the area, this fun-filled, admission-free community event will support glass artists, collectors, and enthusiasts, as well as our vendor partners and greater community with a new experience celebrating everything glass.
Holiday Open House
Each December, the museum holds an open house to celebrate the season. All are welcome to create a fee-based project in The Glass Studio and create free make-and-take projects throughout the museum. Watch our social media channels or our e-newsletter for future announcements.
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