Art Links Sheboygan




Art Links Sheboygan: Seasons of Growth

October 24, 2020 — January 10, 2021

View stained glass, fiber arts, and mosaic pieces created by artists age 55 and better who participated in the Art Links Sheboygan program for creative aging. Combined with artifacts from the Sheboygan County Historical Society and Museum, these works tell stories that intertwine the artists' personal histories and Sheboygan’s history. Discover "Chair City" and the talented people who call it home. In the Art Links Sheboygan program, learning is a lifelong endeavor.

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Upcoming opportunities with Art Links Sheboygan

Wonderful World of Woodworking
November 9, 11, 16, 18 

10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. CST  

Sharpen your woodcarving skills in this four-part virtual workshop taught by artist Taylor Wright Rushing via Zoom.

Age 55+


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Coming in 2021 

A new series of eight-week workshops will be announced early next year. For the 55 and better crowd, these April through August classes are not to be missed. Learn more and express your interest by emailing  

About Art Links

Explore the rich visual and oral history of Sheboygan County while having fun learning new ways to create art.

Art Links Sheboygan is a series of free workshops for individuals age 55+. Each of the three Art Links Sheboygan series offers eight classes filled with making art, sharing stories, and creating connections. Explore your creativity through art making opportunities that connect to the Art Center’s collection, Sheboygan history, and your own interests and experiences.  

We are in the planning stages of our 2020/2021 workshop offerings. For more information and to share your information to be contacted when we are beginning registration, call 920-694-4717 or email

Each workshop series will be offered by the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Workshops are supported by Aroha Philanthropies' Seeding Vitality Arts in Museums initiative. Art Links Sheboygan is a collaboration of the Arts Center, the Senior Activity Center of Sheboygan, and the Sheboygan County Historical Museum.

JMKAC is one of twenty grant recipients for Aroha Philanthropies' Seeding Vitality Arts in Museums initiative.