Tis the season for feeling grateful and to celebrate at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass. I am grateful to our wonderful community for supporting the museum with their time, advocacy, and generosity. We launched our year-end appeal with great response and are on our way to make our gift match challenge by long-time museum supporters Roger […]
On behalf of the Board of Directors and the staff of Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass, I profoundly thank you for your past support. YOUR museum is open and accessible for all due in great part to your efforts and philanthropic spirit. The pandemic has given us a great opportunity to reboot the many ways in […]
Museums are centers of creative ideas and exploration. I like to think of Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass as a creative village where there are always fun, welcoming things to do and see… most of which are admission free. We have so many innovative activities and exhibitions all created with you in mind. Please come and be […]
We’re back! Stronger than ever for YOU! Bergstrom Mahler Museum of Glass offers engaging discoveries to ignite creativity, spark fun and cultivate learning for all. With your help, we have overcome the challenges of the past year and are re-energized with new and exciting programs, events, classes and exhibitions. It’s a full summer and fall […]
Pat Rosenak is excited to have co-curated Docents Know Glass, selecting works that speak to her experiences as a teacher, wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Pat takes us on a virtual tour of her selections and discusses the reasons behind her choices in this month’s virtual tour. (video below) With combined docent experience totaling more […]
The AACG Wisconsin Artists Series continued on November 12 at 6:00 p.m. with a Zoom presentation by artist Jeffrey Stenbom. Stenbom sat down with Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Casey Eichhorn to discuss his current work, as well as how this work has evolved and been shaped by his military experiences.
Beth Lipman’s sculptural practice explores aspects of material culture and deep time through still lives, site-specific installations and photographs. Ephemeral and intricate, her work addresses mortality, materiality and temporality, critical issues since the inception of the still life tradition in the 17th Century, that continue to be relevant today. Recorded September 17, 2020.
Sturgeon Bay, WI artist Stephanie Trenchard sits down with Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Casey Eichhorn to talk about her work in figurative glass and enamels. Her cast glass pieces often depict motifs of motherhood and partnership and how these themes affect the creative process as well as the careers of women. Recorded August 27, […]
Stephanie Trenchard 6:00 p.m. CST on 8/27/2020 Live on Zoom Sturgeon Bay, WI artist Stephanie Trenchard will join Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Casey Eichhorn to talk about her work in figurative glass and enamels. Her cast glass pieces often depict motifs of motherhood and partnership and how these themes affect the creative process as […]
Artists Lisa Beth Robinson and Kristin Thielking sit down with Curator of Collections and Exhibitions Casey Eichhorn to discuss their ongoing work with the Catching a Wave Collective, a collaborative partnership between universities, organizations and scholars based in the United States, United Kingdom and Ireland. Partnering with John McCord and the Coastal Studies Institute at […]