Events



Current Schedule of events


Stitch@the Museum

It’s time to get together with some like minded, friendly folks to knit, crochet, bead or embroider.  Come have a cup of tea or glass of wine and learn a skill, teach a skill or just bring a project you are working on.  It’s a good time to work on those WIP’s & UFO’s.
3rd Tuesday of the Month
7 - 8:30 p.m.


Conversations - Stories from Creative Lives
What does it mean to be creative and how does one turn a creative vision into art.  Or for that matter, into making our lives meaningful and interesting.  From October through April, on the 3rd Thursday of the month we will explore this idea through the eyes of local artists.  Our space is charming and intimate making for the ideal spot for artists and non-artists alike to gather over a bowl of home made soup and a beverage.  Space is limited so register early.  
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

$15/person or $100/for the series

February 20th:  Susan Falkman, Sculptor
www.susanfalkman.com
March 20th:  Tom Kubala, Principal Architect/
Co-founder The Kubala Washatko Architects, Inc.
 April 17th : TBD

Exhibit Opening

Coming Exhibits:  The Allure of Cedarburg:  Edmund Schildknecht & Chris Olson
& Illuminations: Paintings of Landscape, Light and Likeness

January 29, 2014 through April 27th, 2014
Opening Reception:  January 31st 7 - 9 p.m. (wine and desserts served)


Both Edmund Schildknecht and Chris Olson made their way to Cedarburg during the 1920's.  Undoubtly drawn by the allure of Cedar Creek and the surrounding countryside.  The eleven Schildknecht paintings are part of the permanent collection donated by Ozaukee Bank.  Schildknecht made his way to Maine and Cedarburg philanthropist and art collector Carl Edquist brought them back to Cedarburg in the 1990s.  Chris Olson's works are on loan from a private collector.
 
Our Illuminations exhibit features the work of James Hempel.  An oil painter, his works are richly layered canvases which play out the subtle drama of light, air, and color evoked within the changing seasons of the rural Midwest and Western landscape.  He won the Cedarburg Artist Guild Plein Air Event in 2002 & 2004.  His works will be on display in the Cedarburg Gallery and some will be available for purchase.



FOURTH TUESDAY OF THE MONTH:  Cedarburg Art Museum Book Club
Doesn’t the museum seem like just the perfect place to talk about a good book?
7 p.m.

Contact:  info@cedarburgartmuseum.org or 262-377-6123




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