SPECIAL COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS: All onsite group events have been suspended until further notice.
Keeping guests, staff, and volunteers safe is the priority for the museum. Some of the group events listed below have been suspended and are not available in-person at this time. The museum will resume these services when conditions allow us to safely do so. Some events have been reformatted via video and online Zoom events. See details below and watch our social media channels or e-newsletter for future announcements.
The museum is open for individual visitors. Admissions will be limited to 10 persons at a time in the galleries, 4 people at a time in the Museum Shop. Masks are required in both the museum and shop. Our staff will provide one if you’ve forgotten yours. We ask that you maintain social distance while visiting the museum and shop.
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. Due to Covid-19 conditions, classes currently have a limited capacity and require mask-wearing. More information on The Glass Studio classes
Art Activity Days
Due to Covid-19 conditions, monthly Art Activity Days are being conducted online and at home! We will have project kits available for pick up or shipped to your home to create your own glass projects. The project kits include detailed instructions and we will be hosting live, online Zoom meetings with participants so we can get the real Art Activity Day experience. More information on Art Activity Days
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. We’re excited (and hopeful) to announce that Art After Dark is scheduled to resume on a quarterly basis beginning September 2021 dependent on Covid-19 conditions in our area. Watch our social media channels or our e-newsletter for future announcements.
The health, safety, and enjoyment of our guests, artists, volunteers, and staff is our primary concern. With the continued public health threat of the Covid-19 virus, we have decided to cancel the 2021, 47th Annual Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass Arts Festival in Riverside Park. Watch our social media channels or our e-newsletter for future announcements.
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. We’re excited (and hopeful) to announce that the Holiday Open House is scheduled to resume December 2021 dependent on Covid-19 conditions in our area. Watch our social media channels or our e-newsletter for future announcements.
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