MOWA Masters 

Adults are invited to learn new art techniques in hands-on interactive studios taught by Wisconsin artists.
Wet Felted Birdhouse and Succulent Pods
Saturday, May 4 | 10:00–1:00

Learn the traditional art of wet felting to make a unique and functional wool pod with fiber artist Emily Graf. Your finished product can be used as an outdoor birdhouse or indoor décor for succulents. Graf will teach beginner and intermediate level techniques of wool layout, using a resist pattern, and hand felting.



$75 with Membership | New Time: 10:00–1:00

All supplies are included

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Broom Building with John Holzwart
Saturday, May 18 | 12:00–4:00

Spend an afternoon with “Little John” and learn how to craft your own rustic handmade brooms. John will provide hands-on instruction and tying techniques for each participant to leave with at least one beautiful whisk or hearth broom.



$75 with Membership

All supplies are included

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Chalk and Cheers
Thursday, July 25 | 5:00–8:00

Explore the amazing world of chalk art! Master Street Painter Janet Tombros will demonstrate techniques to make a three-dimensional illusion using chalk. Watch as she creates form and enhances images through color selection. Then construct your own mini chalk work.



$60 with Membership

All supplies are included | Happy hour selection for ages 21+

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For more information contact Jordan Gibbon at 262.247.2277 or jgibbon@wisconsinart.org.