September 17 – November 17
A Gift to the Future: The Ozaukee Bank Collection ~ Fall & Winter
Cedarburg En Plein Air: Featuring Shelby Keefe
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
October 17th: Charley Radtke, Furniture Maker
November 21st: Nancy Camden, Journalist, Historian & Storyteller
December 19th: Joe Mendla, Sculptor and Founding Father of MIAD
January 16th: Vicky Reed, Photographer
February 20th: TBD
March 20th: Tom Kubala, Principal Architect/
Co-founder The Kubala Washatko Architects, Inc.
April 17th : TBD
November 22nd (exhibit will be hung on November 18 & 19)
A Cedarburg Christmas
Christmas has always been an important part of small town America and Cedarburg is no exception. Filled with Christmas traditions and celebration, the artists of Cedarburg have created a variety of Christmas cards. Cedarburg Art Museum is excited to be highlighting Christmas holiday card art of several local artists both past and present. Block, prints, wood cuts, graphic representations, line drawings, as well as a few other surprises will be on display. The show will revolve around ten artists with a particular focus on the over three decades of cards designed by graphic artist Victor Di Cristo. Other artists in the exhibit include Stephen Fischer, Mary Ellen Mueller, Nancy Messinger, Susan Hale, Ruth Cook, Leslie Ammons, Mary
Mayhew, Violette Jahnke, and Rita Edquist.
Children’s Christmas Activities
December 7, 10 – 11:30 & 2 – 3:30 and December 13, 2 – 3:30
T’was in the days before Christmas that the children were invited to enjoy a program at the Cedarburg Art Museum. We begin with and old fashioned story and then engage the children in an art project and cookie making. Make this event a part of your child’s Christmas traditions.
$5 per child, $20 maximum per family
recommended for children 3 – 8
On- going: Holiday Scavenger Hunt throughout the museum.
New Years Eve Party!
Elegant, intimate and Fun….and close to home. You won’t want to miss the party of the year at the loveliest building in Cedarburg. We’ll be decked out for the holidays and serving up an evening to remember. Gourmet appetizers are on the menu with plenty of activities and conversation to entertain and engage you. The evening begins at 7 p.m. with a dessert “toast” at 10 for those who head home early and champagne toast for those who like to ring in the new year at midnight.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-377-6123
MURDER IN THE MUSEUM
A night of intrigue and mayhem
Written and Facilitated by Jack Pachuta of Mysteries on the Net
And Expertly Enacted by The Cedarburg Players
Saturday, January 18th
(strictly limited to 40 people – reservations required)
Join other Cedarburg art aficionados of as impressionist Pete Casso unveils his new masterpiece, “Black Cat at Midnight.” Be prepared to mix and mingle with a menagerie of mysterious characters as you coordinate clues that will corral a killer.
One of six suspects committed the crime. Can you figure out who did it?
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?