As a center for extraordinary glass experiences, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass offers unique discoveries to ignite creativity, spark fun, and cultivate learning for all. We are pleased to exhibit glass art made by area high school students in the 2022 Fox Valley Area High School Glass Exhibition. After creating glass art in
the Glass Studio, classroom, and at home this school year, students have the opportunity to share their work in this public setting.
This year we are grateful to all the student artists and teachers for their creativity, dedication, and assistance in making our exhibition exciting and successful.
The Fox Valley Area High School Glass Exhibition is a beloved tradition at the Museum and in the community. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass strives to
expose the community to the versatility of glass while encouraging the creativity of talented young artists in the area with this annual exhibit. Each year we are privileged to work with young artists across the Fox Valley Region. We see their creativity, talent, and skills in the artwork they’ve worked diligently to create.
Every piece of artwork shines and displays the students’ individuality. We are happy to present their work in a way that gives it the attention it deserves.
The students and art teachers that contributed to this exhibit have made the most of their time to create a wonderful experience. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
of Glass would like to thank teachers Jane Schmitz from Chilton High School, Jennifer Kosloski from Valley New School, Lori Rose from Mishicot High School, Melissa Sirstin from St. Mary Catholic High School, Margaret Nelson from New London High School, Emma Santiago & Amy Rieder from Neenah High School, Melanie Balthazor from Xavier High School, Jessica Zitzelsberger from Appleton North High School, Jessica Johnson from Wrightstown High School, and
Lori Rademann from Berlin High School for their hard work and support in making this event a success.
We thank our award sponsors for this year’s exhibition:
Lilian Noble Memorial Fund, Jack Richeson & Co., Inc, The Art Haus, The Hang Up, and Oshkosh Fine Arts Association.